Nellie’s Southern Kitchen on the Las Vegas Strip has united Southern standards with twists on tradition.
Spiedini will offer a menu of Italian standards, a list of Italian wines and cocktails made using Italian spirits.
The Sundry includes a restaurant from Dominque Crenn, the only U.S. woman chef to hold three Michelin stars.
Koibito Poké, co-founded by former UNLV and MLB pitcher Todd Stottlemyre, features build-your-own and signature poké bowls.
Mezcla features agave spirits, Latin seafood dishes and a 25-foot mural.
Shaq’s Event and shows by St. Vincent and Roger Waters head this week’s list of things to do in Las Vegas.
Dominique Ansel Las Vegas debuts in October at Caesars Palace with a host of baked goods, including Cronut flavors and lucky items created exclusively for Vegas.
The Summerlin restaurant from James Beard Award-nominated chef Gina Marinelli plans to reopen this week after closing Monday evening because of a small fire.
Hogs & Heifers Saloon Las Vegas celebrates the founding of the original bar 30 years ago in Manhattan.
This pizzazzy rendition of baked Alaska for two features vanilla ice cream, raspberry cake, meringue flambéed tableside with rum, and a garnish of berries glinting with edible silver glitter.
It’s been pretty good to be Bad — especially when Bad Bunny headlines Allegiant Stadium this weekend.
Eyal Shani is bringing fast-casual pita and ingredient-driven tasting menus to the Strip property.
Guitarist Frank Sidoris and Guerrilla Pizza’s Robby Cunningham have taken over the Hard Hat Lounge, founded in 1962.
The M Resort will host the annual event featuring food vendors, arts and crafts, live music, carnival rides and more.
Dig It Coffee Co. will open its first bricks-and-mortar shop this weekend.