Dash the winter blues and celebrate Hanukkah with the Eight Crazy Nights cocktail at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas. A blend of Blue Curacao, Licor 43, creme de menthe and egg whites, it’s $16 and will be available through Dec. 20.
Local experts offer tips, tricks for making holiday dishes delicious for friends and family eating plant-based diets.
RJ readers also seeking local places to find tiny carrot cakes, chocolate halvah and cherry preserves.
Vietnamese restaurant team led by Charles Phan in San Francisco preparing for winter opening at Forum Shops at Caesars.
The peppermint-tiled, gum drop-topped, sugar bear-laden gingerbread house that children dream of living inside exists. And at 15 feet tall, it’s one of the sweetest lodgings on the Las Vegas Strip.
Chick-fil-A will no longer donate to the Salvation Army and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
An estimated 1,500 people gathered Saturday afternoon at the Industrial Event Space for the first Las Vegas Pizza Festival, sampling the wares of about 20 pizza makers.
Virtually all of the restaurants in Las Vegas’ tourism corridor plan special menus for Thanksgiving, but you don’t have to venture far from home to enjoy one.
Sunday is National Baklava Day, and you can get a free piece if you dine in or get takeout that day from any of Bok Bok Chicken’s five Southern Nevada locations.
Freed’s Bakery, which has two dessert shops and a flagship bakery in the Las Vegas valley, will celebrate with a cupcake happy hour featuring three signature treats.