It may be easier to represent the scope of the eclecticism at Veloce Cibo in the M Resort by describing the cuisines it doesn’t serve. Hungarian, for instance.
NEW YORK — “Billy Elliot,” the tale of a British coal miner’s son who dreams of becoming a dancer, has the potential of winning a record number of 2009 Tony Awards, honoring the best of a star-driven Broadway season.
The silver screen will fade to black at downtown’s Fremont Street Experience, when Galaxy Theatres closes its Neonopolis multiplex following Thursday’s shows.
El Patio Mexico bakery, 4550 S. Maryland Parkway, received 15 demerits April 20. Violations included expired desserts in display case. GRADE: B
Bajio Mexican Grill, 4235 S. Fort Apache Road, received 13 demerits April 13. Violations included chemicals not stored properly. GRADE: B
When Michael Jordan was a student at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., he spent a couple of weeks learning about the pairing of food and wine. Beer, on the other hand, was “spoken about, but I wouldn’t say it was focused on.” During the next 10 years — including seven with celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse, in both New Orleans and Las Vegas — wine pairings were a standard part of business as usual.
Think of Raku’s offerings as a sort of Japanese twist on Spanish tapas.
Thanks to a high-power Canadian radio station, a Michigan restaurant chain’s jingle blew all over the Midwest during the ’60s and ’70s with many memorable lines, but one in particular: “I just go to Elias Brothers for the halibut.” That came to mind when I received K.J. Howe’s request for halibut fish and chips — which, readers say, can be found in Las Vegas.