The restaurant offers molcajetes, bowls with grilled chicken and steak and chorizo, along with nopal, a cactus leaf, for $20. Bowls with shrimp, octopus, or a filet of fish and the nopal are $23. Classic Mexican dishes such as burritos and tacos go for $7-$9.
CraftHaus Brewery on Friday launched a beer branded as Silver State in observance of Nevada Day.
“In the beginning it was a little rough because everybody wants the regular chimichangas,” said Manuel Avendano, manager of the restaurant near Eastern Avenue at Silverado Ranch Boulevard. “Which is good, but we try to do a different menu.”
After working for 15 years at his uncle’s Thai restaurant, Komol, in Las Vegas, Dutch Sukaneeyouth opened Thailicious in Henderson.
After a winding road took Paul Lewis from holding executive chef positions at seafood restaurants and steakhouses in Washington, D.C., Virginia, Dallas and Thailand, he moved to Las Vegas this year and opened Tipp’s Cafe in August.
While Henderson has had Thai restaurants, a niche was being missed, said Jason Sugai, manager at Tom Yum Thai Kitchen.
It’s a fairly safe bet to say no one went home hungry after attending the Great American Foodie Fest.
The purple potato, a popular crop in the Philippines, is a favorite, healthy snack of manager Ramir DeCastro, and is the influence behind the Purple Potato restaurant, he said.
The restaurant, in a shopping center near West Horizon Ridge Parkway and South Stephanie Street, serves traditional Peruvian fare. Owner and chef Raymi Mosca, a native of Peru, previously had a restaurant in the capital of Lima.
After starting in a parking lot with just a tent and a meat smoker, Derrick and Bernadette Eason were able to buy their ownrestaurant space in late May and expand Boss’s Slow Smoked Barbecue.