Wynn opened in 2005, with Encore following three years later, but the resort has not had a Mexican restaurant.
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Mott 32’s new Bottomless Brunch menu leads this week’s food & drink roundup.
The just-created Women’s Hospitality Initiative is dedicated to achieving gender equality in the restaurant industry. UNLV will show documentary “A Fine Line,” Feb. 18, followed by a panel discussion with local chefs.
What Wes Holton wants to make very clear, is that he and Mayfair executive chef Dai Matsuda have created a menu that’s worthy of top billing.
Truth & Tonic is going all vegan and Mott 32 will debut a Bottomless Brunch on Sunday at Venetian/Palazzo.
They’re not just filled; Hamptons at Tivoli Village overstuffs them, piles them high and tops them with bacon.
At CES, exhibitors showing gadgets with recipe databases and censors that let home cooks order specific amounts of water at specific temperatures.
For the first time since 2017, Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada has added a new cookie to its lineup.
Impossible Foods, makers of the Impossible Burger that has taken the nation by storm, announced at a pre-CES press conference that Impossible Pork is its next product.