Fast-food chain Checkers is returning to Las Vegas — sort of — roughly six months after abruptly closing all of its locations.
A longtime Hawaiian restaurant has chosen Las Vegas for its first location away from the island.
Cat lovers will be able to sip coffee and adopt furry felines once Meow or Never Cafe opens in April on East California Avenue in downtown Las Vegas.
Giada De Laurentiis is preparing two dinners for more than $200,000 after Saturday’s wild bidding at Nevada Ballet Theatre’s Black and White gala.
Gordon Ramsay, an ex-soccer prospect in Scotland before a knee injury sidelined his athletic career, is still in top shape and fired up about his new restaurant.
Several complaints about fairness were brought before Southern Nevada Health District officials Tuesday during a meeting called by the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce on behalf of members who own restaurants but feared retaliation if they themselves complained.
Famed Thai restaurant Lotus of Siam will likely remain closed for about a week after extensive portions of the ceiling collapsed Friday night.
If you’ve ever stood starving on Main Street in downtown Las Vegas, waiting for a table to open up at Casa Don Juan, you may have better luck in the future.
Wolfgang Puck’s local flagship Spago is moving from The Forum Shops at Caesars to Bellagio, taking over the space currently home to Todd English’s Olives. A Spago grand opening is expected in spring 2018.
Pete Townshend is already talking of The Who extending its stay at Caesars, and the band has played just one show.
When Dan Reynolds bought his bar, The Tavern, late last year, it needed a lot of work.
MonteLago Village’s Proof Tavern, which opened in early April, is the first restaurant at Lake Las Vegas to offer gaming with dining.
Mama Maria Perry moved to Las Vegas in 1943, when 6,000 people lived in the tiny desert town.
Freddie Glusman has thousands of friends. A couple hundred filled Piero’s on Saturday for his 80th birthday.
The invitation to haul their own gear and work in a snug kitchen at the influential Beard House was eagerly accepted. “We want to bring prestige back to the property,” Charles Wilson, Westgate vice president of food and beverage, says