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On The Strip: The Dish

In the mood for something tasty? We got dish on the best eats on the Strip:

Chef Bobby Flay. Photo courtesy of Caesars Player.

Flavors Of Flay 

Bobby Flay rolled the dice on Las Vegas long before other prominent chefs. Only Wolfgang Puck fired up a kitchen before Flay opened Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace 15 years ago. Since then, Mesa Grill has served more than 350,000 margaritas and fed nearly 2.5 million guests, many dining on signature dishes such as his tiger shrimp and roasted garlic corn tamale, ancho chile-honey glazed salmon and New Mexican spice rubbed pork tenderloin.

“Mesa Grill has served as a stage for me to showcase my love of Southwest cuisine,” Flay says.

Chef Buddy V. Photo courtesy of Caesars Player.


Las Vegas has its very first cake vending machine. Tucked into Buddy Valastro’s new fast-casual PizzaCake at Harrah’s Las Vegas, the sweets-filled ATM is stocked with giant cake slices including flavors like chocolate, red velvet, rainbow and carrot. Modeled after a New York-style pizzeria the Strip-side restaurant is a combination bakery and pizza joint with a menu packed with pizza (sold as whole pies or by the slice), cakes and sweet dessert pizza.

Bugsy & Meyer’s at Flamingo. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Steakhouse & Speakeasy

The all-new Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse at Flamingo Las Vegas pays homage to the property’s past with a menu full of classics and some surprises you may need to “know a guy” to order. Seafood is also a focus at the raw bar. The new destination steakhouse blends Hollywood glam with unexpected touches, like a hidden speakeasy and patio dining.

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