Slater’s 50/50, known for its iconic burger with a healthy dose of bacon, has done it again with a sandwich that’s a tribute to Las Vegas. The 24K Burger starts with a brioche bun dusted with 24-karat gold, stacked with three strips of 24K “billionaire’s bacon,” a half-pound of Australian wagyu beef, truffle cheese, baby arugula, bacon jam, roasted garlic aioli and demi-glace, with regular or sweet potato fries on the side. It sells for $24. If that’s not indulgent enough, you could go for the Whale Burger, which doubles the Australian wagyu to a full pound and tops it with 3 ounces of poached lobster in addition to everything else, and serves it with a 375 ml bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut Champagne. And the fries, of course. That’s $100. Slater’s 50/50 is at 467 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd.
Dutch Bros. Coffee announced this week that it is opening four additional locations in the Las Vegas Valley.
The deal will be available Monday nights and will allow guests unlimited portions of six Korean BBQ offerings, as well as the restaurant’s assortment of banchan, or Korean side dishes.
Bring some hungry friends if you’re going to try these super sweet delights.
Here’s another entry in the ever-growing genre of dessert for breakfast: Bread Pudding French Toast at Esther’s Kitchen in the Arts District.
Reynolds Wrap already has a CEO — Lance Mitchell. But now the company is looking for a Chief Grilling Officer.
Risotto, arancini and paella are among some local chefs’ specialties.
An investment firm has purchased a majority stake in Whataburger as the Texas-based fast-food company seeks to expand in an increasingly competitive market.
Le Pho, the Vietnamese restaurant in the Juhl apartment building, has shut down, at least temporarily.
“Jenny From the Block” hits T-Mobile Arena on Saturday with “World of Dance” guest stars The Lab, Swing Latino and Briar Nolet.