The California-based company, with nine locations in its home state, has opened on Craig Road near Highway 95, serving plant-based versions of many fast foods.
Heidi Knapp Rinella is an award-winning journalist with more than 35 years of experience as a writer and editor at newspapers in Ohio, Florida and Nevada, and is the author of seven books. She’s been with the Review-Journal as a feature writer and food critic since October 1999.
They’ve done everything they could to keep it a secret, but the news is out. La Cocina Exclusiva opened today.
Lettuce Entertain You, which has had Mon Ami Gabi and The Eiffel Tower Restaurant since Paris Las Vegas opened in 1999, plans an Italian spot at the Forum Shops.
Wakuda will be the first restaurant in America from Tetsuya Wakuda, who has spots in Singapore and Australia and has been honored as a Japanese Master of Cuisine.
Vegas Unstripped, which started as a locals-restaurant rival to the now-defunct Vegas Uncork’d, will draw more than 24 chefs to a closed section of Main Street.
Martorano’s, which opened at Paris Las Vegas in 2014 to join a Rio spot dating to 2007, has closed, while Nobu Restaurant & Lounge and Vanderpump a’ Paris are planned.
Via Focaccia, which will open at Ellis Island Oct. 20, will allow Ismaele Romano, formerly of Good Pie and Eataly, to offer the tastes of his childhood in Italy.
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa — will headline “A Taste of Nobu” on Oct. 22 at Nobu Restaurant Lounge at Caesars Palace.
A demolition permit, which states a space is being cleared at a Strip resort to make way for “Martha Stewart Restaurant,” has been filed with Clark County.
Slater’s 50/50, a restaurant at 467 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd. that’s named for the 50/50 balance of bacon and beef in its burgers, will also be at 7511 W. Lake Mead Blvd.
Steven Soderbergh, who directed “Magic Mike” and is part of the creative team behind “Magic Mike Live” at the Sahara Las Vegas, is importing a centuries-old Bolivian spirit.
In what has become a sign of the times, a venerable Las Vegas restaurant has closed, the property reportedly sold to a dispensary.
The Arts District, enjoying an extended spurt of growth that Velveteen Rabbit started in 2013, has been shaped by independent operators with a sense of community.