If you’ve got a big crowd to feed — or a small crowd, but they’re exceptionally hungry — you might want to consider Virgil’s Pork Belly Hero from Virgil’s Real Barbecue at The Linq Promenade. It’s a nearly 4-foot-long semolina hero piled with marinated smoked pork belly and topped with Dijon honey mustard, baby arugula and fried green tomatoes. With cole slaw and potato salad, it feeds 20 people and is $149.95.
The plight of a fired school cafeteria worker in New Hampshire has caught the attention of award-winning chef José Andrés.
A deconstructed BLT, a tartarre, and a thick slice baked and topped with cheese are among these menu items.
The announcement comes just two months after Scott Conant celebrated the Red Rock Resort restaurant’s one-year anniversary.
Steakhouse shuttered stand-alone location on southern end of the Strip two years ago.
Taco Bell is taking over a hotel in Palm Springs, California, this August.
Here’s some disappointing news for french fry enthusiasts: Checkers has closed all of its stand-alone locations in the Las Vegas Valley.
Miss Jackson’s “Metamorphosis” showcase will commemorate the 30th anniversary of her classic “Rhythm Nation” album as well as chronicle the evolution of this Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.
Chef Paco’s Signature Nieve de Naranja is one of the spring desserts being featured until the end of the month at El Dorado Cantina.
The first Mexican restaurant since Wynn Las Vegas opened in 2005 is due early next year to replace Andrea’s, and the new Smith & Wollensky has opened at The Venetian.