The company, which has transitioned cafes at Red Rock Resort and Green Valley Ranch Resort into Lucky Penny, is introducing Brass Fork at three other properties.
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.
Black Tap’s engagement package comes with a bottle of Champagne and the Wedding Cake Shake, which is as awesome as it sounds.
The “Mindfreak” star has bought a restaurant and land in Moapa Valley as a country escape for his family.
The Las Vegas Ballpark, home to the Las Vegas Aviators, is operating at 50 percent capacity with COVID-19 protocols, but mostly, it’s baseball as usual.
Former Strip casino’s drinks star in a vintage happy hour; ‘War of the Rosés’ tasters to choose a featured wine.
Zuma introduces sushi roll to honor Golden Knights, while Scotch company offers free drams, bourbon is paired with barbecue, foodie tours offered in afternoon.
From small plates to elegant entrees, restaurants across the valley celebrate Mom with creative food and drink options.
Brezza, which will open with Resorts World on June 24, brings longtime local chef Nicole Brisson back to the Strip.
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.
The new season of “Bar Rescue,” which begins Sunday on the Paramount Network, is set entirely in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas-area owners and industry experts say some changes prompted by the pandemic are here to say, while others will be jettisoned.
Pop-up dinners in two locations, take-home taco kits, a mezcal and tequila festival and bargain beverages will be part of Las Vegas’ Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Two more restaurants on the Strip have reopened; District One Kitchen and Bar to reopen just in time for Mother’s Day weekend.
Restaurant operators and industry experts say a combination of factors has led to an acute shortage of employees as they approach 100 percent capacity on June 1.