Hooray for the red, white and blue! Therapy in downtown Las Vegas has created the Rocket Shot and the Star Spangled Lemonade in honor of Memorial Day. The Rocket Shot, which contains Malibu rum, grenadine and blue Curacao, is made by pouring the first two into the glass carefully and layering on the third with a bar spoon. It’s $5. The Star Spangled Lemonade, which features tequila and blueberry liqueur, is $10, and both will be available from Friday through Monday.
Plenty of distinctive dining options are available to general admission ticket holders at this year’s festival.
Versatile doughy snack can be a simple garnish, a bread, or it can fill the entire plate.
The Michelin-starred Tim Ho Wan, along with its affordable price point, to open at the Palms on Sept. 29.
At Marquee Dayclub, Amenity Angels dressed as nurses travel through the venue with rolling IV stands.
Green Day Returns to the iHeartRadio festival alongside the Backstreet Boys, Cage the Elephant, Heart and many others Friday and Saturday at T-Mobile Arena.
Water Grill’s new sushi menu leads this week’s food & drink roundup.
Brian Lhee to be executive chef at Majordomo Meat & Fish, which will be David Chang’s latest restaurant on the Strip.
The Fashion Show mall outlet will offer free fried rice on Friday and free chicken fried rice to anyone who dines in Thursday or Friday.
Just in time for the opening of the “Downton Abbey” movie, the unofficial cookbook opens a window into how the residents of the great house may have cooked and dined.