Chef Hubert Keller of Fleur and Burger Bar shows off his backyard kitchen in Las Vegas. (Al Mancini/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Lazy Dog, among Las Vegas restaurants that allow dogs, is probably the most accommodating, with free bowls of water and a doggy menu. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Marc Vetri will launch a new collaborative chef series June 18, with a little help from Sparrow + Wolf’s Brian Howard. (Al Mancini/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Cinebarre is the new dine-in multiplex movie theater at Palace Station. Food and drink can be delivered to you in the theater. And there is a bar, restaurant and lounge. (Christopher Lawrence/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Donald Contursi talks about Lip Smacking Foodie Tours, which offers walking tours of restaurants on and off Las Vegas Boulevard with food samples and tidbits of history about the places they visit.
Dan Coughlin gets asked a lot why he owns a Thai restaurant.
He says because he’s Thai, but noone believes him. His half-Irish half-Thai ancestry fools his restaurant’s crowd.
But noone can doubt his skills with the cuisine. Coughlin’s greatest goal with opening Le Thai was to throw out the sometimes awkward, stuffy feeling felt at most Thai restaurants and instead have a chill, simple Thai food on-the-street vibe.
After celebrating their four year anniversary this past Nov. 1, Le Thai has proved itself a gem in the downtown dining scene in Las Vegas.
John Kujundzich Assistant Executive Chef at Red Rock Resort and Casino gives a step by step demonstration of how to carve a turkey.