Dining

Celebrate National Doughnut Day in Vegas

Celebrate National Doughnut Day in Vegas

Fry anything and it’s pretty good. Fry some dough, add delicious fillings and toppings and it’s even better. We never need any excuses for eating doughnuts (or donuts if your prefer) but hey, it’s National Doughnut Day on June 5 so that just gives us another reason to eat them…
Satisfy your appétit at these 10 French restaurants in Las Vegas

Satisfy your appétit at these 10 French restaurants in Las Vegas

Boeuf Bourguignon. Bouillabaisse. Cassoulet. French food can sound a bit fancy-schmancy and things like frog legs and escargot can definitely be intimidating. But don’t let that keep you from enjoying a great French meal while you’re in Las Vegas. While you might find some very foreign-sounding things on the menus you’ll…
Ten places to dine poolside in Las Vegas

Ten places to dine poolside in Las Vegas

The weather’s warm. The sun is shining. You want to be outside by the pool (especially if you’re visiting from certain other parts of the country). No matter how much you’re enjoying basking in the sun or partying it up at a pool club you still have to take some time…
Ten spots for vegetarian and vegan food in Vegas

Ten spots for vegetarian and vegan food in Vegas

If you think having a vegetarian meal means you have to eat tasteless tofu and gnaw on carrot sticks, think again. These days, more people are adopting healthier diets and eating cleaner foods. That means more restaurants are catering to those people and offering vegan and vegetarian menus — and…
Celebrity chefs shine in Las Vegas

Celebrity chefs shine in Las Vegas

Twenty years ago the Las Vegas dining scene was all about the cheap buffet and 24-hour coffee shops. Lucky for us, the city has evolved into a major culinary destination with some of the top restaurants in the world. It all started when Wolfgang Puck brought Spago to Las Vegas…
What’s new on the Vegas dining scene

What’s new on the Vegas dining scene

If you’re a frequent Las Vegas visitor you’ve probably noticed that every time you come to town there are new places to eat. Keeping up with all the new eateries that crop up in the city can be harder than keeping track of who’s fighting with who on the “Real…
Lago by Julian Serrano serves beautiful food, views

Lago by Julian Serrano serves beautiful food, views

Lago, the first Italian restaurant from James Beard Award-winning chef Julian Serrano, opened last week at Bellagio and we were lucky enough to get a taste of the menu last night. The restaurant serves a small-plate menu with seafood, vegetarian dishes, pastas, pizzas and more. Trust us, you’ll want to…

Celebrate Easter with a special meal in Las Vegas

This Easter, step away from the chocolate bunnies and jellybeans and go out and get a real meal. Lots of restaurants in Las Vegas are ready to help you celebrate the holiday with special brunches and dinners, so let someone else do the cooking and enjoy a great Easter meal…

The best places to dine al fresco in Las Vegas

Spring is in full swing in Las Vegas. Temperatures are mild, the sun is shining, pools are open. You pretty much want to be outside all the time, including mealtime (especially if you’re visiting from one of those places hit by a snowpocalypse this winter). It’s that absolutely perfect time…

Where to find the best bar bites in Vegas

Everyone knows that drinking alcohol and eating food go hand in hand. Sometimes you want a certain food that pairs well with the beer or wine you’re drinking. Sometimes (usually if you’ve had one cocktail too many) you just want to eat a whole bunch of comfort food. When you…

Ten places to find mouthwatering milkshakes in Vegas

Who doesn’t love ice cream? Throw in some cold milk, sweet flavorings and tasty toppings and it’s even better. We’re talking about milkshakes. Some people like to pair theirs with a burger and fries and some like to simply enjoy them as dessert. Milkshakes might conjure up images of kids…

Ten places to find late-night bites in Las Vegas

You’re in Vegas. Chances are pretty good that you’re partying and staying up way later than you normally would at home. You blink and all of a sudden it’s 3 a.m. And you’re hungry. At home you’d just have to go home and heat up some pizza rolls or Hot…

The latest changes on the Las Vegas dining scene

The dining scene in Las Vegas changes about as often as you change your clothes. New restaurants are opening all the time and that usually means there a few closings as well. The beginning of this year has been particularly busy with a flurry of activity on the dining front…

Vegas Uncork’d is a foodie’s fantasy

If you like food, then you need to be in Vegas April 23 – 26. Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit is returning to Aria, Bellagio, Caesars Palace and MGM Grand for its ninth year of wining and dining with celebrity chefs. “This is truly the only weekend each year when…

Where to get the best Big Game grub in Las Vegas

Sunday is really all about two things. Number one, it’s about football. And number two, it’s about food. Whether it’s tailgating parties with barbecues and homemade specialties or the traditional bites you buy at the stadium, football and food just go hand in hand. No Big Game party would be…

Tips for eating your way through a Vegas buffet

The Vegas buffet. It’s an institution. People have been stuffing themselves with all-you-can-eat food since 1941 when the El Rancho hotel opened and offered its “chuck wagon,” an assortment of cold cuts and a few hot dishes, to keep its gamblers happy. Buffets are still around today at almost every…