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.
Are you ready for some football? Here in Las Vegas, we’re super pumped for the big bowl game in San Francisco that will see either Denver or Carolina walk away with the 2016 NFL championship. There are so many bars, restaurants and sports books in Las Vegas offering specials during the Big Game on Feb…..
Talk about a golden anniversary kick-off! Just in time for its 50th anniversary, Caesars Palace has unveiled chic, new hotel rooms at the 587-room Julius Tower, a splashy $75 million renovation of the former Roman Tower. Like a sleek aesthetic? The design-minded, modern rooms and suites are classically inspired, but awash with contemporary touches. Bursts of freesia….
Chow, darling! The Las Vegas restaurant scene has been salivating for years at the hope of a MR CHOW location, and as of Dec. 15, Sin City finally got its wish. Caesars Palace scored the legendarily trendy hot spot, upping its restaurant game another notch. (As if it needed it—with Flay, Nobu, Ramsay and Savoy….
No more missing out!
Your friends have been there, done that. They brought you back a t-shirt. They’ve flooded your Facebook stream with Las Vegas vacation posts. An agonizing pang of envy may have caused you to report a few as spam. Hey, it happens! But you have to let that swell of FOMO angst go. Shake it off. As they say, don’t be bitter. Be better.
Gordon Ramsay has really given new meaning to the phrase “British invasion.” The famously fiery celebrity chef is celebrating the three-year anniversaries of his landmark Las Vegas restaurants Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace and Gordon Ramsay BurGR at Planet Hollywood. They both opened in December 2012, a few months after his inaugural….
Forget jingling bells and Starbucks red cups—we know the holiday season is really here when we hear the clinking of spurred boots walking through the casino. The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is making another return visit to Las Vegas Dec. 3-12, and up and down the Strip, Vegas resorts are getting into the bull-riding spirit….
New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas: It’s all about the nightclubs and fireworks, right? Well, sure, everyone loves a good party, but maybe you’d prefer a fancy meal and a simple Champagne toast to ring in 2016. Or maybe you just want to fuel up before hitting OMNIA or Drai’s. Whatever your motivation, New Year’s Eve dinners….
LOUIS XIII is one of the most top-shelf cognacs in the world, renowned for its meticulous craftsmanship, lengthy creation process and smooth taste. But you don’t have to be a cognac enthusiast to appreciate the latest spectacle at Caesars Palace: an ultra-rare, 100-year-old tierçon used to make LOUIS XIII. Now on display through December 15….
The long-awaited Las Vegas location of famed Beijing hot spot MR CHOW is nearing completion in its stunning poolside perch at Caesars Palace. Located in the former Empress Court space, the restaurant is set to debut mid-December, just in time for the holidays. A few members of the media and I were lucky enough to….
And then a booming voice was heard… Longtime Sin City bartender—let’s call him Moises—had just given his final last call when what started as a murmur rose steadily above the fever pitch of rowdy patrons tossing their drinks back. Having one too many himself that night, the chosen one couldn’t believe he was being summoned to….
We’re unabashed brunch fans here at the Las Vegas Blog. Then again, what’s not to love about brunch? It combines our favorite meal, breakfast, with totally acceptable day-drinking, usually of the bottomless variety. So when we heard GIADA at The Cromwell was launching a new weekend brunch menu, you know we were first in line….
Gobble, gobble! Spending Thanksgiving in Las Vegas may be a lot different than your traditional family gatherings, but let’s be honest – who wants to worry about cooking for hours, anyway? Thankfully, you can still experience turkey, stuffing and all the fixings this Thanksgiving without having to keep checking on the food or entertaining guests…..
What better place to sin than Sin City! Get gluttonous. Own your greed. Take pleasure in your sloth. Make them feel your wrath. Delight in their envy. Preen with pride. And luxuriate in lust. Just go ahead and raise hell when you unleash these seven capital vices in Las Vegas—the worldwide destination for debauchery and….
While this might mean some bad decisions in retrospect, the (lack of) memory is worth going all out and sampling the extensive margarita and tequila selections offered at the best Mexican restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip. Arrrrriba! Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar The prime selection at the saucy LINQ Promenade spot Chayo includes more than 50 tequilas, rare finds and….
Sure, choosing the best buffets in Las Vegas isn’t easy, but no Viva Las Vegas vacation would be complete without a self-serve visit. After, this is one of the throwback staples that made Sin City famous. But modern Las Vegas buffets consist of much more than $9.99 all-you-can-eat prime rib. These buffet deals range from a seafood lover’s….