Restaurants also announce pop-ups, food and coffee classes, virtual island getaways, new locations, new vegetarian tacos and special packages.
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Lucky Day from Corner Bar Management has a unique lighting installation on its ceiling with programmable LEDs that can respond to music.
The nine-hole Hole19 Miniature Golf Bar Pop-Up at Tivoli Village also offers beer pong, Jenga, video games and a full bar with craft cocktails.
From recently relocated winemakers who plan to make and sell specialty offerings to aficionados curating small-batch selections imported from around the world, here are some of the latest additions to the wine scene.
Las Vegas Valley restaurants have announced openings, a Sinatra cooking class and a craft brewery anniversary.
Businesses that had to keep bars closed because of COVID-19 are ready to welcome customers, even with requirements on social distancing and masks.
While the shofar, a ram’s horn, traditionally is blown in synagogues in observance of the new year holiday, the practice is being moved outdoors this year.
The two-day celebration of Rosh Hashana, which marks the beginning of the Jewish new year and starts Friday, is a time for sweet foods to anticipate a sweet new year.
The team behind Area15 didn’t plan to open any of the complex’s dining options until later this year, but COVID-19 protocols prompted a Todd English pop-up.
Because of guidelines for fighting the virus that reduce restaurant capacity and require social distancing, designers work to accommodate now — and later.
Valley restaurants highlight new vegan dishes, plan a guest chef’s ayurveda-inspired dinner, plus discounts on sub sandwiches and free food and beverages for kids.
When it opens with Circa late next month, Barry’s Downtown Prime will have elements of Barry Dakake’s 18 years at the Palms, with new twists.
Hakkasan Group’s Mexican restaurant, scheduled to open next year in Las Vegas, will give guests the chance to dine with their feet in the sand.
Owners, managers across the valley say a state task force directive about whether they could or couldn’t reopen bar areas on Wednesday was worded in a confusing manner.
The closing of Wynn Las Vegas’ modified buffet doesn’t sound a death knell for the genre, experts say, but operators have to find the right formula.