After impaling his hand during the shutdown, the ‘Cake Boss’ is looking ahead.
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.
The company that owns the Enterprise, National and Alamo rental car chains handed out $100 cards from locally-owned eateries to celebrate Employee Appreciation Day.
Kim Canteenwalla, the chef behind Honey Salt, is testing two new concepts at Vegas Test Kitchen.
New decor, echoes of the past, and the best selfie spots Las Vegas’ newest resort has to offer.
Hawker center imports, famed American chefs and a superstar DJ will be featured.
With state-mandated capacity limits increasing to 50 percent and St. Patrick’s Day and March Madness celebrations, more people are returning to local restaurants.
Seven local restaurants are participating in Black Restaurant Week through Sunday, while Bugsy & Meyer’s honors woman bourbon pioneer and Fieri opens ghost kitchens.
Restaurants, stores and casino floors in Las Vegas are bumping up to 50 percent of their fire-code capacities, right around the time stimulus checks arrive.
Even with the deli counter bare and the tables empty, NoButcher feels like the kind of place where customers would want to sit and socialize.
The company was started by Clara Sorensen to assist local artisans whose businesses were devastated by restrictions on in-person events.
The Greek seafood restaurnt will open this month with a raw bar, yogurt room, and more.
The sunny skies and warm weather couldn’t have come at a better time, as pool season heats up at many Las Vegas resorts.