Black & Blue Diner brings Las Vegas “twisted” flavors of New York and customer favorites from his other restaurants.
Brian Labus of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UNLV said table-to-table transmission isn’t the problem when dining in restaurants.
Two local restaurants slide into the hockey season with Vegas Golden Knights milkshakes.
An Arizona developer has purchased a small plot across from Allegiant Stadium for big bucks, with plans to build an In-N-Out Burger.
Restaurant owners say they can’t figure it out: If they’re such a danger to the public, why aren’t their employees higher in priority in the COVID vaccination plan?
A popup this month may preview a new eatery at Fergusons, Good Pie will start serving indoors, and more restaurant news.
The Venetian Ristorante was for generations a popular dinner hang on the corner of Sahara Avenue and Jones Boulevard. The Venetian resort opened on the Strip in 1999.
Occupancy limits are hardest on businesses, but limits on party size are also problematic, restaurateurs say.
Born in 1973, the venerable restaurant continues to unite Las Vegas’ past with its present.
L2 Texas BBQ opens while the replacement for Andiron Steak & Sea starts hiring, Chikyu and MTO Cafe add menu items and Vegas Test Kitchen begins serving drinks.
Products showcased at this year’s CES include a voice-activated faucet, a lunchbox that heats your food, a food processor that also cooks and Keurig for frozen drinks.
If you’re a pizza lover who’s longed for a way to get a pie on the fly, your patience is about to be rewarded. And that pie will come with an appetizer of entertainment and some community benefits for dessert.
With little fanfare, chef James Trees quietly opened his new Tivoli Village restaurant Al Solito Posto to the public Wednesday night.