The rum-forward drink is one of three cocktails offered on Mott 32’s new Dim Sum & Drink Sum menu.
Janna Karel joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2016 as a web producer, shooting videos and managing social media for Features. In 2018, she became a Features reporter for the RJ. She previously worked as a travel writer for both a local magazine and television show. She studied education at UNLV.
The Blue Angel has since descended from her perch at the Blue Angel Motel. And Stanford is commemorating her in a new mural, “A Phalanx of Angels Ascending.”
The Tony Award-winning production will have eight shows at The Smith Center.
The gin and tonic menu features six takes on the classic, made right at your table on a handsome bar cart.
In “Unraveling Identity,” Denise Duarte explores the language that defines human sexuality and gender identity, using the botanical world as a metaphor.
For over six decades, she watched over downtown from her perch atop the Blue Angel Motel. Now, her image graces a mural on Las Vegas Boulevard North.
Artists in the Contemporary Art Program are creating 10 artworks for Las Vegas neighborhoods this year.
The addition of raspberry liqueur gives this drink a rich color and light taste of berries, perfect for pairing with light summer fare.
She has a collection of water paintings on display at Spring Valley Library through Aug. 6.
The Deer Bobby cocktail is sweetened with banana liqueur, which pairs well with the obligatory side of butter cookies.
Bar arcade concept Emporium will become the third tenant at the Area15 complex, which is under construction just off Interstate 15.
Jaleo’s Alcino cocktail combines the froth with a green cocktail made with gin, basil and celery bitters. Don’t worry, it doesn’t taste like chickpeas.
It will be a little while longer before the towering cairns in the Nevada desert return to their DayGlo hues.
The first of 14 selected artists in residence will explore blackness and LGBTQ in Las Vegas