The Noodle Den at SAHARA Las Vegas hosts a specialty menu commemorating the Year of the Dragon this Chinese New Year through Saturday, Feb. 17.
Food & Drink
In a city known for its vibrant nightlife and non-stop energy, Las Vegas offers a surprising array of venues for a night out without the need for alcohol.
Whether you want to celebrate over Champagne and caviar, digging into a juicy steak or diving into prix-fixe dinners built for two, we’ve got you covered. Let’s get ready to dine with Cupid this Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas.
As the new year unfolds, many of us embark on a journey toward healthier living. What better way to kick start your wellness goals than by indulging in a nutrient-packed pressed juice?
Among the sea of dining options found in Las Vegas, sushi enthusiasts are in for a treat with the city’s exceptional collection of restaurants that elevate the art of Japanese cuisine.
From truffle-filled bites paired with bubbly to a journey of Italian flavors that combine in merriment to New Year’s Eve dining in Nevada with a view to a celebration with authentic French flavors, we have you covered!
From intimate Hanukkah gatherings to lavish Christmas Eve feasts, the following are some of the top holiday dinners to make you feel merry and bright this season.
Having recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, Buddy V’s Ristorante in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Las Vegas gives guests a delicious taste of what Sunday dinner at the Valastro house is like–seven days a week.
It’s time to deck the halls…with eggnog and hot toddies. Check out these pop-up holiday bars in Las Vegas that will make your season oh-so cheery and bright!
Bourbon Parade, a first-of-its-kind bar destination, has made its debut on the Las Vegas Strip at Grand Bazaar Shops, bringing the rich history, music and spirit of New Orleans to the city with its arrival.