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.
Las Vegas hotels are designed with everything your heart desires in one convenient location. Where else can you sip craft cocktails, dine at the restaurants of celebrity chefs and see shows by world renowned headliners all under one roof? Here’s your itinerary for spending 24 hours at Caesars Palace.
Stumped about what to get your special someone for Valentine’s Day? You can’t go wrong with the sweet stuff. We’re talking chocolate, cookies, candy and every other type of goodness you can imagine.
Foodies, it’s your favorite time of the year! Tickets are now on sale for Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit. The event, which runs April 27 – 30, is the premier culinary and wine event in Las Vegas. Guests have the chance to attend dozens of exclusive, one-of-a-kind experiences at some of the best restaurants around….
Sure, your significant other said she was happy with that stuffed teddy bear and box of chocolates you got her for Valentine’s Day last year, but face it, what she really wants is a romantic dinner and night on the town.
Rao’s restaurant originally opened its doors in New York City in 1896. While it hasn’t been around in Las Vegas quite that long, it is celebrating 10 years of success at Caesars Palace this week.
The buffet. It’s a big part of Vegas culture. We’ve been helping people stuff themselves with all-you-can-eat goodness since the ’40s. It’s practically an unwritten rule that you should visit a buffet at least once while you’re here.
You are truly experiencing the best time of your life right now. You know how to have a good time and certainly aren’t afraid to show it. It’s your year to get groovy in Sin City. Yes, cool cat, we’re talking to you. Here are 10 things to do in Vegas in your 60s.
Las Vegas isn’t really known for having a lot of barbecue options – especially on the Strip. That’s about to change when Virgil’s Real Barbecue opens at The LINQ Promenade today.
Start your New Year’s Eve out right – with an amazing meal in Las Vegas. We’ve got everything from endless buffets to gourmet restaurants to casual pubs with special menus for the holiday.
Brunch has become one of the most popular ways to spend a lazy weekend afternoon and it’s easy to see why. You can sleep late and still get breakfast food. Brunch combines the best of two meals into one. It’ll help cure your hangover. And, most importantly, brunch makes it totally socially acceptable to day drink.
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Stretch out those thighs, hamstrings and calves because the Geico Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon is ready to take over the Las Vegas Strip bringing with it runners, supporters and lots of specials.