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.
The LINQ Promenade is cranking up the fun and flavor this fall with delicious new restaurant offerings plus exciting activities covering everything from mid-air chocolate on The High Roller to a zombie escape.
Fall is in the air and Las Vegas no longer feels like it’s located on the surface of the sun. Heck, you might even need to break out a jacket at night. Yes, summer is ending, the pool clubs are closing and you are no longer supposed to wear white, but we’re not complaining. We love the changes that come with autumn. It’s a whole new season full of new things to do.
The Palm Restaurant at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace has been a staple in Las Vegas since 1993 so it was time for a little makeover.
Las Vegas Restaurants, bars and sports books know football is often as much about cheering on your team as it is about the betting and, let’s be real, the snacks. Plan your game watching accordingly with this handy guide to football season specials around town.
Las Vegas is always a good idea if there’s a reason to celebrate. New Year’s Eve? Check. A bachelor party? Check. Mexican Independence Day? Check. Las Vegas is one of the best places to party on Sept. 16, which is the day when Mexicans across the world commemorate their country’s independence from Spanish rule. We always….
Just admit it. You’ve spent the month binge-watching The League, pouring over ranking sites and conducting mock drafts. Football season is almost upon us, which means it’s time for Fantasy Football drafts. Las Vegas is ready to be your draft destination.
We’re definitely not celebrating National Liver and Onions Day in May and we’re not down with Fat Free Living Month in January. One food holiday we can get on board with is National Sandwich Month in August. What’s not to love about cheese and meat piled between two carb-filled pieces of bread? Here’s where you can celebrate the sandwich in Vegas:
Roses and rosé shouldn’t be reserved only for February 14th. Las Vegas is full of opportunities to wow your significant other with a memorable and elegant dinner. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas, with its picturesque views and menu of updated French classics, sets the scene for the ultimate romantic meal.
Get “the things to do in Las Vegas” lowdown from Sin City visitors who have stomped the Strip with the truth and nothing but the truth. There’s no denying these fun facts once you see them in action…
Caesars Palace celebrates its 50th Anniversary in a big way August 5 and 6 and you can join in the fun with anniversary food and beverage specials plus hotel packages.
Dinner and a movie dates are so passé. Crank your next date night up to 11 with an exciting night at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Known mainly for Chippendales and the World Series of Poker, Rio has plenty more to offer, especially for rock stars like you.
Caesars Palace is turning 50 and golden anniversary food and beverage specials let you eat and drink like a Caesar without spending an entire gold bar.
Let the Real Housewives of [Insert City] give you a few pointers on how to do a Vegas girls’ trip if they were to…you know…do it with fellowship, solidarity and camaraderie in mind. Ha!
Grab your aprons! Backyard barbecue season is upon us. If you’re jonesing for a perfectly cooked steak, seafood or veggies and you can’t get your Vegas steakhouse fix until an upcoming vacay, fear not. Help is here as the chefs from your favorite restaurants share their top grilling tips to help you wield those tongs….