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.
Today’s random Vegas celebrity encounter features giants of the bass and the bun. Rock royalty Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick dropped in to hang with celebrity chef Kerry Simon at his new restaurant, KGB at Harrah’s Vegas. Tom Petersson and Cheap Trick are currently at Paris Las Vegas in Sgt. Pepper Live. Chef Kerry Simon….
Not every Vegas adventure is found on the Strip, and this one’s a doozy. Cruising down Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas the other night, we were invited to take part in a unique culinary experience at a place called Mermaids. This busy establishments features slot machines, video poker (no table games) and an air….
Congratulations to Bradley Ogden restaurant at Caesars Palace! The acclaimed restaurant has been voted “Best American Restaurant in Las Vegas” by The Southern Nevada Hotel Concierge Association. Also of note: Bradley Ogden was one of just a handful of Vegas restaurants to be given a Forbes Four Star rating in 2010. See the full list.
Whenever Payard Patisserie & Bistro at Caesars Palace unveils a new seasonal prix fixe (French for “Try and beat this price, sucka!”) menu, this Las Vegas blog is so there. The bread isn’t officially on the prix fixe menu, it just magically arrives. And it’s great. We love us some fancy bread. The $21 prix….
The inestimable (yes, we found our thesaurus) Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Vegas has been voted “Best Restaurant” in Southern Nevada by readers of Nevada magazine. Read more. It doesn’t get much better than that. Unless it’s accompanied by one of Mon Ami Gabi’s signature mimosas, of course. Read our prescient and illimitably entertaining 12….
In honor of Father’s Day (Jun. 20), Frank Pellegrino Jr., head honcho and Managing Partner of Vegas’ acclaimed Rao’s restaurant, will appear with his father, Frank Pellegrino Sr., during the fourth hour of NBC’s “Today” show on Jun. 14. The father-son duo will prepare a couple of their favorite dishes, then follow up by showcasing the….
If you haven’t done Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas, you haven’t truly done Vegas! This charming bistro (which, we’re pretty sure, is a fancy word for “restaurant”) is a popular favorite with locals and visitors alike, serving up tempting libations, delicious food and a peerless people-watching view of the Strip. Here are our favorite things….
Hash House a Go Go has been named by Las Vegas Weekly readers as Vegas’ “Best Place to Overeat.” Here, here! Read more about this rotund honor. Hash House a Go Go can be found at two locations in Vegas. On Sahara Ave. at Rainbow, or inside the Imperial Palace on the Strip. Of course, no….
Harrah’s Las Vegas has announced a partnership with bigtime, award-winning chef Kerry Simon to launch a new restaurant, KGB: Kerry’s Gourmet Burgers, in July. Kerry Simon has been called the “Rock-n-Roll Chef” by Rolling Stone magazine. At KGB, Simon will take inspiration from his victory on Food Network’s “Iron Chef America” where he prevailed over….
Margaritaville at Flamingo Las Vegas has long been known as a mecca for “parrotheads” around the world. These die-hard fans of singer Jimmy Buffett gather to enjoy over-sized food portions, frosty beverages (including, oh, margaritas) and ribald tales of the “one that got away.” What would a parrothead paradise be without actual parrots? Vegas has got….
Enjoyed this write-up about Burger Joint at Flamingo. In case you’re not drooling sufficiently yet, “The menu offers almost a dozen varieties of burger, including a Hawaiian burger, a turkey burger, a Philly burger, a salmon burger, a buffalo chicken burger and, even, baskets of sliders.”
Randy Santel, from Overland Park, Kansas, is well on his way to Las Vegas because he won $450 in an eating contest. He devoured a staggering 324 square inches of pizza in an hour to nab the prize, which he plans to use for a trip to Sin City. About 100 people had tried the feat….
This Las Vegas blog is sorry to announce that the widely-beloved Buffet of Buffets is no longer available at its ridiculously-low, former price. As of today (Jul. 17), the price is $39.99 for Total Rewards members (and their companions under 21), and $45.99 for non-members. We know, we know. Slight bummer. However, we are highly-trained….
We enjoyed this glowing review of the ever-romantic Paris Las Vegas and its various entertainment and dining offerings. We especially enjoyed the fact that they used our wildly incredible photo of a steak from Les Artistes restaurant in the article. Objectively speaking, of course. Here’s another look at our thoughts about another of the surprisingly….
What’s not to love about the brand-spanking-new Munchbar restaurant (and bar) at Caesars Palace? First, it’s new (brand-spanking, to be exact). Second, it’s got a fun, colorful, comic book-inspired, Lichtenstein-esque decor. Third, Munchbar serves up major portions of sass. At the time of our visit, the restaurant was just hours old. We got our first….