“I wanted this to be like what Vegas was,” said Leonetti, who owns the restaurant with his wife, Laura Rispoli. “Unfortunately, although there are wonderful restaurants in Las Vegas, they’re just restaurants. I wanted to do something a little different, bring back the way Vegas was, where people can come in and dine and hear phenomenal music.”
Las Vegas police are investigating a Tuesday morning rollover crash in Summerlin.
Book a massage with Ron Seykell at Red Rock Resort and if you’re nice, he’ll launch into a song from “Les Miserables.”
Letecia’s owner/chef Leticia Mitchell credits her mother, Carmella, with teaching her “the love of cooking and making memories with family and friends.”
Think “Jeopardy!,” just without the big money. The National Academic Quiz Tournaments Nevada State Championship is slated for 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 27 at Doral Red Rock High School, 610 Crossbridge Drive. It’s free and open to the public.
Kitchen Table Squared is the second installment in Chef Javier Chavez’s “social eatery” vision, near the 215 Beltway and Russell Road.
Fox Hill Park — Summerlin’s newest park — has been getting plenty of visitors since opening in The Paseos village in mid-December.
You’re westbound in the right lane of Summerlin Parkway on a recent afternoon. Traffic is steady. Then, unexpectedly, an onslaught of leaves flies directly in front of you. They’re landing all over your car, and in a split second they have covered your entire windshield.
Five Las Vegas Valley communities cracked the top 50 nationally for new-home sales last year, a new report shows.
To get a sense of what makes architect Francis Xavier “Frank” Dumont tick, tour his home, which abuts Lake Sahara. View visited him there, just before the holidays.