Fresco Italiano, located in the Westgate Resort & Casino, provides the ideal compromise for those who want the highest quality dishes and drinks without the pretension of some resort restaurants.
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This year you can be blessed with great food and even better company thanks to an abundance of special spots that make Thanksgiving dining in Nevada sweet and simple. So for a heart as full as your plate, be sure to check out these restaurants.
There’s no time to be stressed when you can be blessed with an abundance of unique coffee shops in Nevada at your fingertips. So, for those who are coffee-obsessed, be sure to check out these cafes for a brew-tiful cup of heaven.
Since opening in 2011, Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge has become a Las Vegas favorite for its expansive portfolio of world-class whiskeys, variety of wines and a food menu that will please all palates.
ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas has announced new additions to its culinary offerings with an elevated food hall slated to open this winter. The new gallery, Proper Eats, will feature 12 curated concepts with globally inspired fare and eclectic cocktails.
You know him as the creator of the Cronut, and now James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Dominique Ansel is set to debut Dominique Ansel Las Vegas inside Caesars Palace on Friday, Oct. 21. The first 100 guests will receive a commemorative gift in celebration of the opening.
Dig It! Coffee Co. has just opened in shareDOWNTOWN in Las Vegas, in a space formerly occupied by Golden Fog Coffee. The coffeeshop is a social enterprise company that promotes inclusivity by providing competitive wage job opportunities to help close the unemployment gap for those with disabilities while serving locally roasted coffee.
L2 Texas BBQ specializes in big, bold barbecue with flavors and an atmosphere that puts you “deep in the heart of Texas” while never leaving Las Vegas.
Ada’s Wine Bar, located in Tivoli Village in Summerlin, proves that you can have over-the-top fun while enjoying cuisine worthy of a beloved James Beard finalist.
If you’re looking to get an authentic taste of the city without having to splurge on a hefty drink bill, happy hour is definitely the right place to start. And fortunately, the city is home to a few truly can’t-miss ones. These are the five best happy hours to check out in Las Vegas.