If you walk past Bobby Flay’s new Caesars Palace restaurant, Amalfi, you might catch a glimpse of the celebrity chef working in the open kitchen.
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.
Chef’s barbecue blends many styles, refusing to be tied to a single orthodoxy.
Chef Steve Young is exiting Westgate Las Vegas to serve as executive chef at Al Solito Posto in Tivoli Village.
May the 4th will be with those who go to Pinkbox Doughnuts on Tuesday, while Dirt Dogs launches Neonopolis site and the Great Greek goes to the Arts District.
New pop-up experience promises Instagram-worthy photo ops, arena food favorites and hockey-themed drinks.
A new flight simulation attraction in Las Vegas is expected to offer visitors the experience of flying over some of the region’s tourist destinations.
Anthony Fusco, of ‘Vegas Cakes,’ heads team of celebrity chef’s alumni for May opening.
Matt Stonie won a title and Miki Sudo got engaged at the DraftKings Red Carpet Film Feast, which paid tribute to the movies on Oscars night.
The local institution, which has been serving Las Vegas since 1959 and has a starring role in the Food Network series “Vegas Cakes,” will open a dessert shop in the Arts District.
Madi Monroe, Diplo, Loren Gray expected to headline The Official Grad Trip.
Chef La Che again will host home cooks for the second installment in the Review-Journal’s Food & Cocktail Virtual Series.