Whether you’re looking to dine in Michelin-starred resplendence or grub on down-home diner fare, there’s a Las Vegas restaurant to fulfill your craving. Enjoy such celebrity chef hotspots as Brian Malarkey’s Searsucker at Caesars Palace or Giada de Laurentiis’ eponymous restaurant at The Cromwell. Chow down on greasy grub at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar at The LINQ or load up on globally inspired eats at Bacchanal Buffet inside Caesars Palace, where you’ll also find famed French Chef Guy Savoy’s only American restaurant.
Given that Las Vegas attracts more than 40 million visitors each year, the variety of people to see (and be seen) up and down the Strip is endless. It’s no wonder, then, that people watching in Las Vegas is often as entertaining as any show. Often, the ideal spots to enjoy the parade of interesting faces from around….
Eat for a cause: From June 15 – 26, Three Square Food Bank presents its annual Las Vegas Restaurant Week. This popular citywide event allows you to dine at award-winning, celebrity chef-owned restaurants while a portion of your proceeds help families in need. For the past eight years, Las Vegas Restaurant Week supplied almost 3 million meals…..
If there’s one defining meal in Las Vegas, it’s breakfast. Sure, dinner usually gets the attention, especially at all those award-winning restaurants up and down the Strip. But breakfast is the common meal that binds us: It equally fuels business travelers before a long day of meetings and partygoers after a long night in the clubs….
Las Vegas is crawling with celebrities at any given time. Especially in the pre internet paparazzi-era, the rich and famous would escape from nearby LA to enjoy a getaway in luxe suites, party in VIP sections of hot nightclubs and enjoy discreet gambling in high limit rooms. Though the Vegas Strip is a distracting place,….
Ready to hit the Strip? Even if you’re in the center of the Las Vegas vacation action sporadically as a local or fly in every few months as a tourist, there are always new things to do. We’ve come up with a go-to checklist to hit all the coolest offerings, from checking out the High….
Hot chef Brian Malarkey debuted his latest Searsucker location on March 27 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. The former “Top Chef” finalist, winning judge and mentor on ABC’s host of “The Taste” touts a “social dining” menu of shareable new American comfort foods. The mushrooms and burrata, triple brie, tuna albacore, pork butt and brussels….
And the winner is… After intensely competitive voting that ended February 28, the “Las Vegas Review-Journal” announced the big winners of its annual Best of Las Vegas Awards—and plenty of Strip favorites cleaned up. The High Roller dominated its categories, as did “Britney: Piece of Me,” and Caesars Palace won in several areas. Select winners….
Bacon, Caviar, Marbled Pork. Across the country, the creative chefs of Total Rewards are spinning their ingredients into some deliciously unique dishes at the best restaurants in the country. Here are eight to try. The Best Fish in B’more Whole Grilled Fish Chefs: John Besh & Aaron Sanchez Johnny Sanchez | Horseshoe Baltimore These celebrity….
Ah, the power lunch: a favorite pastime for professionals, fast eaters and basically anyone in a time crunch. But a quickie Las Vegas lunch doesn’t mean sacrificing on scenery, fun or indulgence. Case in point? The shareable antipasti menu at Giada and Spago’s green juices and flavored teas. It’s even ideal for vacationers—all the more….
Running for 34 years now, “Las Vegas Review-Journal”‘s Best Of Las Vegas Awards give shows, restaurants, attractions and more a chance to be crowned No. 1. Readers determine the winners, so casting your vote in the polls and rallying others is crucial. Here are the favorites that have our vote: Glitzy, glam showgirl revue “Jubilee”….
One of many things that Vegas is good at? Change. The Las Vegas Strip has a way of consistently changing up restaurants, nightclubs and experiences to keep life fresh for the 40 million visitors who pass through every year. 2015 is no exception. Here’s a look at five new things to do in Vegas. Bally’s….
Ideal for: bargain hunters, deal seekers, those who love all-inclusive packages Hotel and/or show and dinner packages shine on Vegas’ biggest night. Take advantage of deals, discounted prices and hotel packages. These can often include all-you-can-drink or open bar deals. Top Picks: Rao’s at Caesars Palace • 4 Course Pre-fixed Menu: $140 per person (not….
Ideal for: foodies, cocktail lovers, bar flies Vegas may have the best steakhouses and buffets around, but the great thing about holidays is that pre-fixed menus with special dishes are offered. This New Year’s, several top notch restaurants including Mesa Grill, Old Homestead and Guy Savoy are offering set menus loaded with savory options. Top picks: Nobu….
You’re in Vegas for Thanksgiving, so we know you’re here to enjoy a feast, all without the worries of hosting, cooking or cleaning. Great choice. From cost-friendly to more extravagant dishes, we rounded up the best Thanksgiving dishes in town. Come hungry and don’t forget to dress comfy. One-week countdown to Thanksgiving begins now! OH,….
Just when you thought you couldn’t get enough of her antipasti, bucatini and paninis, culinary goddess Giada De Laurentiis reels you in again—this time with morning favorites like eggs and waffles. De Laurentiis’ restaurant, Giada, at The Cromwell has only been open a few months, but dinner and weekend reservations are still booked out for….