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by Jason Orts on September 11, 2020
Three Square food bank celebrates opening of new campus
by Jason Orts on September 11, 2020
Southern Nevada’s only food bank officially opened its east campus September 10 — Hunger Action Day — at the corner of Craig Road and Walnut Street in North Las Vegas to go with its north and south campuses.... Read full article
by Heidi Knapp Rinella on September 11, 2020
In the shadow of Vegas Vickie, Barry’s will blend old and new
by Heidi Knapp Rinella on September 11, 2020
Barry Dakake says he’ll be bringing some top-notch steaks — and seafood, and lots of other delicacies — to Circa when his Barry’s Downtown Prime opens with the hotel-casino late next month, but there will be somewhat of an entertainment aspect, too.... Read full article
by Heidi Knapp Rinella on September 11, 2020
Virgin Hotels’ Instagram darling Casa Calavera will bring the beach
by Heidi Knapp Rinella on September 11, 2020
Lots of Mexican restaurants promise they’ll make you feel you’ve been transported south of the border for your meal. At Casa Calavera from the Hakkasan Group — which will open next year with Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.... Read full article
by Heidi Knapp Rinella and Al Mancini on September 11, 2020
Not so fast: Officials say Las Vegas restaurants can’t reopen bars
by Heidi Knapp Rinella and Al Mancini on September 11, 2020
A recent order by the governor sowed confusion among restaurant owners and officials across the Las Vegas Valley on Wednesday.... Read full article
by Al Mancini on September 11, 2020
Taiwan-based dumpling chain coming to Las Vegas Strip
by Al Mancini on September 11, 2020
The soup dumplings that Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer Jonathan Gold once referred to as “small miracles” will be available at Aria on Oct. 19. ... Read full article
on September 9, 2020
American Original
on September 9, 2020
According to Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D), the hamburger, a ground meat patty between two slices of bread, was first created in America in 1900 by Louis Lassen, a Danish immigrant, owner of Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut.... Read full article
by Heidi Knapp Rinella on September 8, 2020
Las Vegas buffet will survive the COVID pandemic, experts say
by Heidi Knapp Rinella on September 8, 2020
Curtis said he thinks buffets at The Cosmopolitan and the South Point will continue to succeed in their current formats because they deliver what their particular guests are seeking, something that’s echoed by the two resorts’ executives.... Read full article
by Christopher Lawrence on September 4, 2020
As pandemic freezes business, Las Vegas artist turns to selling snow
by Christopher Lawrence on September 4, 2020
The ice sculptor with a rock ’n’ roll flair works in an office that’s a refreshing 18 degrees year-round.... Read full article
by Al Mancini on September 3, 2020
Mexican restaurant opens in El Sombrero space downtown
by Al Mancini on September 3, 2020
Letty’s de Leticia’s Cocina officially opened Tuesday for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at 807 S. Main St., in the same building that housed El Sombrero. Built as a private home in the 1930s, El Sombrero began operating as a restaurant around 1950.... Read full article
by Al Mancini on September 2, 2020
Lagasse’s Stadium chef now overseeing Henderson’s Rainbow Club
by Al Mancini on September 2, 2020
Chef Scott Pajak, who ran the kitchen at Lagasse’s Stadium for nearly 10 years, has taken the executive chef position at the Rainbow Club and Casino on Water Street in downtown Henderson.... Read full article
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