Four-day, all-civilian mission set for later this year.
Al Mancini is a graduate of Seton Hall University and Brooklyn Law School, who began his career in journalism as a music reporter for ABC News Radio in 1996. He moved to Las Vegas to cover Southern Nevada for the network in 2001, and has covered the local dining scene for numerous publications since 2003.He joined the Review-Journal in 2016.
No exploration of Black history can be complete without a study of Black culinary traditions. In Las Vegas, those traditions originated and still flourish in the Historic Westside.
A planned public hearing on a proposed Arts District Food Truck lot did not take place at Wednesday’s Las Vegas City Council meeting.
Grand Cafes at Red Rock and Green Valley Ranch resorts will be converted to Lucky Penny Cafes.
The developers of a proposed food truck lot in The Arts District have brought in a new team to lead the project, as the debate over its approval has turned ugly, and at times, personal
Other Mama’s Dan Krohmer, who was on the verge of selling the award-winning restaurant to Tony Hsieh at the time of Hsieh’s death in November, is headed back to Las Vegas to retake the reins.
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s announcement loosening restrictions on certain businesses next week provides some relief to local bars and restaurants, although not as much as many were anticipating.
Grim Reaver imperial stout is fifth beer from Golden Knights forward
The Red Rock Bake Shop offers chocolate Heartbreaker Boxes that you can personalize with a message.
As as the area struggles to bounce back from another economic crisis, the chef believes people will be looking for value.
Stadia, set to open this spring, will have 16 large HDTV and LED screens for watching games.
The new restaurant, set to open in mid-February, promises “a personalized interpretation of Italian cuisine that balances tradition and innovation.