Some of this valley’s so-called “hidden gems” truly are hidden, often in plain sight. Some are well-known, even advertised. Others are reserved for those in the know.
Al Mancini is a graduate of Seton Hall University and Brooklyn Law School, who began his career in journalism as a music reporter for ABC News Radio in 1996. He moved to Las Vegas to cover Southern Nevada for the network in 2001, and has covered the local dining scene for numerous publications since 2003.He joined the Review-Journal in 2016.
The Downtown Container Park will host “Summer Sip: A Beer Walk in the Park” on Saturday.
In other restaurant news, Ike’s Love & Sandwiches to open at Fashion Show mall.
Many Las Vegans have heard of Nathan Adelson Hospice. But the end-of-life issues it confronts head-on are not topics many are in a rush to experience.
Restaurant Week has been extended through Friday, and Jolene Mannina, founder of Back of the House Brawl and Secret Burger, plans the all-female Picnic in the Alley.
Pioneering Las Vegas chef Gustav Mauler announced on Sunday that he was retiring, effective that day.
One’s a juice, two are meals and two are more like appetizers.
Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar has announced a temporary closure beginning after dinner service Saturday for renovations.
A Winemaker’s Table Dinner at Estiatorio Milos leads this week’s food & drink roundup.
The Mob Museum, in partnership with The Center, will celebrate the 50th anniversary of New York’s Stonewall uprising at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Chef Steve Young is expanding his duties at Westgate, taking the reins at the resort’s Fresco Italiano.
Other downtown events include Atomic Liquors’ anniversaries, movie showings and a volunteer effort to help the homeless.