Dining

Cinco de Mayo in Vegas

While there’s always a party happening in Vegas, Cinco de Mayo is one of those holidays that brings out the best partier in all of us. From a multitude of drink specials to festive music, food and fun—Vegas has you covered for May 5. Here are some of the best…

10 questions with Joël Robuchon

Joël Robuchon is one of the most respected chefs in the world. Entitled “Chef of the Century,” by Gault Millau in 1989, Robuchon has won numerous awards and has achieved world-wide success since. Robuchon’s restaurants are across the globe, including locations such as Hong Kong, London, Macao, Monaco, Paris and…

Italian restaurants for every taste in Vegas

Italian food will forever be a topic for debate. Much like barbecue is to the South, Italian food is subject to many interpretations, tastes and regions. Arguments on topics such as garlic or no garlic, Neopolitan-style crust or Sicilian-style crust and what kind of tomatoes go in your sauce have…

Las Vegas food festival season

While the weather is nice in Vegas, take advantage of some of the city’s finest food festivals. No matter what your taste in cuisine, Vegas has something for everyone—and every budget. Food festivals are a chance to sample bites from your favorite restaurants and also try new ones. Vegas’ culinary…

Your best ally is a sommelier in Las Vegas

Navigating a wine list in Las Vegas restaurants can be challenging. In most restaurants, particularly fine dining restaurants, it’s no longer a question of white or red — now it’s which white and which red and what are you eating and will it pair well. Luckily, there is a select group…

St. Patrick’s Day dining and drinking in Vegas

Corned beef and cabbage, fish ‘n’ chips, bangers and mash — to satisfy your Irish appetite, Las Vegas restaurants have a variety of specials, from a super-sized corned beef sandwich to the crunchiest of fish ‘n’ chips. While we understand St. Patrick’s Day is primarily a beverage-laden holiday (see green…

Try your luck in Vegas this St. Patrick’s Day

Green beer. There, I said it. That’s what most people associate with festivities related to St. Patrick’s Day, or at least the ones that don’t involve St. Patrick directly. In Vegas, however, there’s a lot more going on than green beer when it comes to partying on this Irish holiday…

Our picks for the best Las Vegas steakhouses

From an old-school standard to the noisy new kid on the block, steakhouses are one of the most popular types of restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip. Every major hotel has at least one steakhouse, and some even have two. To help you make your decision, here are a few…

Smith & Wollensky Wine Week in Vegas

Smith & Wollensky What better way to celebrate wine in Vegas than Smith & Wollensky’s 50th anniversary of its National Wine Week. The classic steakhouse celebrates 25 years of their Wine Week, which takes place once twice a year. Each day from March 5 – 9, Smith & Wollensky offers…

Vegas Weekender: Mac King, Restaurant Week and more

There’s a lot happening in Vegas this weekend, from Mac King the magician to Ron White the comedian. Spend a little time at Lagasse’s Stadium, watching the big game while munching on delicious food. Or enjoy a Spring Break bash with Audrina Patridge at Chateau nightclub. Shows Mac King is…

The first spring Las Vegas Restaurant Week

Great cuisine, great price — get it at the first spring Las Vegas Restaurant Week. For the week of Feb. 27- March 4, sample some of Sin City’s most delicious cuisine from top restaurants and chefs including Charlie Palmer, Michael Mina and Jean Joho. During Las Vegas Restaurant Week, more…

Vegas Weekender: Let us entertain you in Vegas

This weekend in Vegas features plenty of entertainment for everyone. If you’re hungry, Vegas is serving up everything from brunch to Brazilian specialties. Nightlife lovers can head to one of Vegas’ bars to celebrate National Margarita Day with a cocktail. Show fans will enjoy a full schedule this weekend including David Gray…

Top ten sweet shops in Vegas

Sweet shops have flourished here in Vegas. From couture candy to an M&M haven, Vegas has you covered when you need to satisfy your sweet tooth. Recently in Vegas, more and more candy shops have been popping up around town. If candy appeals to you, please, read on.“Candy appeals to…

Chinese New Year cuisine in Vegas

Chinese New Year in Vegas has become a major event. After all, a 128-foot dragon (at the Palazzo) isn’t built for just anything. In addition to opulent decorations from hotels like the Palazzo and the Bellagio, the year of the dragon has brought a surge of Chinese New Year menus…

Java Jolt: Coffee in Vegas

Let’s face it, many of us need a little java jolt to get us started in the morning or keep us going at night. After all, it is Vegas, land of sensory overload and home of too much to see and do in a weekend. But not all cups of…

A taste of Italy in Vegas

Onda is a gem, tucked away in the corner of restaurant row in the Mirage. The restaurant offers a few terrific deals, sure to leave your both your stomach and your wallet full. This Italian eatery is featuring a “Discover Italy” series every month from now through June 2012. For…

Vegas food is on a roll

It’s amazing what can roll around Vegas. At any given time, there are bowling balls rolling down your private in-suite bowling alley at the Palms. There are Rolls Royce Phantoms rolling through the Bellagio valet. There are Bloody Mary’s rolling by you table at Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro. .…

Start your 2012 off right in Las Vegas

The holidays have taken a toll on your well being. You danced at company parties. You had all four of your siblings (and their families) over for the holidays. You were 56 stories higher than you were comfortable with for New Year’s Eve. Between the stress of the season and…

Viva Las Vino: Wine in Vegas

Good wine isn’t hard to find in Vegas. Comme Ça at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Comme Ça is a modern French Brasserie from celebrity chef David Myers, located on the third floor of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Comme Ça has an extensive wine list—and the best place to…