Las Vegas Restaurants

Dining Do’s and Don’ts

InVegas, it’s perfectly acceptable to go crazy a little. Have fun, stay out late, toast each other one too many times. However, sometimes in the midst of winning at the tables and lounging by the pool, certain manners and acts of common sense seem to slip — especially when dining. Here’s your refresher…

All-Star Cochon: The perfect piece of pork

It starts with 14 pigs, 10 chefs and the heavy scent of bacon in the air. All-Star Cochon brought the goods this past weekend when the national pork-loving tour stopped at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. From bacon cotton candy to an adult Manhattan SnowCone with bacon-infused bourbon, the creativity at Sunday’s main event seemed…

Vegas Weekender: Tons of fun, food and laughs

If you’re looking for a way to tickle your funny bone, cool down from the summer heat and enjoy enough food and drink specials to last you all weekend, then you’ve come to the right place. Vegas has just the remedy to satisfy all of your midsummer needs. Headliners “America’s…

I scream, you scream — something about ice cream

My memory of ice cream starts with the Carvel Flying Saucer. Soft serve ice cream between two chocolatey cookies brings me back, every time.    But ice cream and other frozen treats never get old. According to the International Dairy Foods Association, about 1.52 billion gallons of ice cream were on the market…

Keeping it mini in Sin City

Small serving, big bite By Nikki Neu VEGAS.com  As the saying goes, bigger is better. But if you’re in Las Vegas, sometimes smaller portions do the trick. With such vast dining choices available in Vegas, it would behoove you to save room so you can try more. “People enjoy mini-foods…

Eating smart

Sometimes it’s hard to find a good deal in Vegas. No, not the “sort of” good deals you can find if you eat dinner at 2 a.m., bring a coupon and like your eggs painfully rubbery and overdone. I mean a really good deal. Earlier this year, Zagat released a survey…

Vegas’ best bets for late-night eats

You’re in Vegas and you’ve had a long day and an even longer night. Your stomach is grumbling. You’re starving, but deep down inside you know you want more than the typical fast-food chain eats before you get back to your room. You’re in luck, as Vegas has tons of…

Oodles of noodles

The story goes, before I could walk I could twirl my noodles. By the time elementary school came, I had eaten at almost every reputable (and a few not-so-reputable) noodle shop in New York’s China Town. In search of the perfect noodle, I even ventured into Queens. I would guess any poor…

Celebrate Dad’s Day in Vegas

We think you owe Dad a trip to Vegas. Let’s face it — after picking you up from practice after school, taking you to countless baseball games and buying you the latest video games, he needs to know how much you really appreciate him. With Father’s Day on Sunday, June 19, a…

Food with a flourish

It doesn’t happen often, but occasionally things work out better than expected. You fill up your gas tank while winning at a round of slots. You kill three birds with one stone, not two. Your wait at the DMV is an hour and 20 minutes – and so is the…

Treat mom with the gift of Vegas luxuries

Mother’s Day is just around the corner (Sunday, May 8 to be exact) and instead of showing your appreciation with flowers, jewelry or an elaborate card, why not take her on a weekend trip to Vegas? From complimentary meals for Mom and tempting wine options to luxurious spa treatments all…

Vegas Weekender: Let the good times roll

This weekend, it’s all about a good time. You know that joke where you laugh so hard you start to cry? We’ve got it. That one song from long ago that just brings you back? Check. Of course, we certainly have a bachelorette party or two happening. From a show…

Vegas Weekender: Sunday brunch with style

This Easter weekend in Vegas is filled with inspiring shows, the best brunches and a few late-night performances. See a show where the stage is a 27-foot pool of water. Take a bite out of a brunch featuring twisted food and sip on some bubbly while a singer goes “Bottoms…

Vegas Weekender: It’s heating up in Vegas

Spring has finally sprung in Vegas, so while you’re here, make the most of it! Pool clubs are making a splash this weekend, so grab your beach ball and rubber ducky and head out for a day. Grab a quick cocktail and appetizer while dining on a deal and then…

Pizza, Pizza!

From classic to original and everything in between, everybody has their favorite pizza. Whether you’re down with deep dish or it’s nothing but New York-style for you, Vegas delivers big flavor and exciting environments–direct to you. Nove Italiano at the Palms Hours: Open daily, 6 p.m. – close. Piping-hot pizza: Chef Geno…

Cocktails, Clubs and Cuisine

When you have a night off to celebrate, relax and get together with friends, you want to make the most of it. Finding somewhere convenient is key and time is money. In Vegas, we have you, the hungry, club-going guest, in mind. For a complete night out you used to…

Vegas Weekender: Spring break begins to bloom in Vegas

Spring break is just around the corner, so get ready to warm things up with hot headliners, a new nightclub and restaurant at Paris Las Vegas, spa deals and so much more. Shows See Boston native Vinnie Favorito perform his “equal opportunity comedy” as he pokes fun at all walks…

Vegas Weekender: Fall in love with Las Vegas

Whether you’re staying in Vegas through Valentines Day or you’re simply looking for a romantic weekend getaway before returning to work, there’s plenty to do for you and your sweetheart. For starters, take a romantic gondola cruise though the Venetian’s canals, or on Lake Las Vegas, just 20 minutes from…

Going Greek: Fresh imports, served here

There are few restaurateurs gutsy enough to come to a city dripping with over-the-top ostentation and try to succeed by keeping it simple. But Costas Spiliadis is determined to wade through the sometimes overly-complicated menus of Las Vegas and stick with his Greek roots—a formula that has worked in his other restaurants in Greece,…

50 for $5 at 5: Happy hour math pays off

If you’re looking for a happy hour that’s budget-friendly and packed with flavor, check out Tbones 50 for $5 at 5. Not only is this late afternoon dash great for people who love the number five, but it also boasts 50 menu items, all for just $5 each from 5…