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Find all the comforts of home while dining in Vegas

Traveling is an exploration of places, food, beverages and people. But sometimes you want familiar flavors that make you feel at home. Luckily for weekend warriors from Southern California, Las Vegas has become more palate friendly with the addition of bites from across the state line. If you’ve...

  • Sporty venues offer comfy locations to catch the game

    With endless venues screening the action and throngs of fellow football fans creating signature Sin City atmosphere, Las Vegas is the place to watch that big game. Here’s where to touch down for some beer-ing and cheering.     Beer Park For a stadium-like atmosphere at the heart of the Strip,...

  • Morimoto opens first Vegas venture, located at MGM Grand

    In October, fans of Chef Masaharu Morimoto had the opportunity to experience his newest restaurant concept Morimoto in Las Vegas. Morimoto's MGM Grand Location includes a diverse set of experiences from fine dining teppan to sushi and more. The restaurant even boasts a glass encaced Kobe Room. ...

  • From ice cream to chocolate, there’s no shortage of dessert on the Strip

    From ice cream to chocolate, there’s no shortage of dessert on the Strip

    Do you have a craving for chocolate, ice cream, cake or all of the above? Whether you’re on vacation, celebrating a special occasion or just need to satisfy your sweet tooth, two great places to try on the Strip are Hexx at Paris Las Vegas and Serendipity 3 at Caesars Palace. The interior of Serendipity...

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  • Brunch, anyone? Enjoy a traditional Easter meal in Las Vegas

    Brunch, anyone? Enjoy a traditional Easter meal in Las Vegas

    Whether you’re looking for an intimate affair to share with close family or a sumptuous culinary feast, chances are Easter brunch in Vegas won’t disappoint — or leave you hungry. A tradition for locals and tourists alike, consider the Stratosphere’s Top of the World. One hundred and six floors...

  • Chef Roy Ellamar adds his signature to Bellagio's Harvest restaurant

    Chef Roy Ellamar adds his signature to Bellagio's Harvest restaurant

    It’s rare that a Las Vegas executive chef puts his name on a Strip restaurant, and all the more so at the famously luxurious Bellagio resort. Yet Roy Ellamar, who proved himself at the property’s Asian-influenced Sensi eatery, has been given free rein to express his farm-to-table signature at the...

  • Uncork'd returns to Vegas for 10th year

    Uncork'd returns to Vegas for 10th year

    In its 10th year, Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appetit has planned a culinary and wine festival that is incomparable in scale.  Ambitious and finely tuned, Vegas Uncork’d offers one-of-a-kind experiences over four days that capture the spirit of the city and satisfy the cravings of any foodie.   From...

  • Warm Up Your Palate This Winter: Dishes and drinks that bring the heat

    Warm Up Your Palate This Winter: Dishes and drinks that bring the heat

    When it starts getting chilly, how do you warm up in Vegas? Sin City has its many ways, of course, but we suggest turning up the heat with some eye-watering, sweat-on-the-forehead spicy food. Here is some of the city’s fieriest fare. Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich’s ampersand-laden B&B Burger...

  • Three Las Vegas sports bars that always score high on game day

    Three Las Vegas sports bars that always score high on game day

    When it comes time to cheer on your favorite team, next to being at the game, there’s no better place to be than Las Vegas. Not only can fans put their money where their mouth is by betting on their team at one of the city’s many sports books, they can also catch all of the action at one of several...

  • Farm-to-Fremont Street: Hip restaurant offerings ante up the flavor

    Farm-to-Fremont Street: Hip restaurant offerings ante up the flavor

    Not too long ago, downtown vegas was down and out — a destination to no one. As urban revitalization has charged through, however, hip eateries are popping up in once-derelict buildings, and downtown is becoming a hot spot for artisan fare and cutting-edge cooking. From ugly stepsister to culinary...

  • Spend less, savor more with Vegas' high-end lunches

    Spend less, savor more with Vegas' high-end lunches

    Don’t want to spend big bucks on dinner at a fancy-schmancy Vegas establishment? Try lunch instead. Many high-end Vegas joints offer midday menus featuring the same fabulous fare but at a lower cost and in a more laid-back atmosphere. Here is just a sample. For a casual lunch that’s tre¿s chic,...

  • Ditch the kitchen and spend Turkey Day on the Strip

    Ditch the kitchen and spend Turkey Day on the Strip

    This Turkey Day, ditch the family drama, the stress and hours spent cooking and cleaning up, and take your most beloved loved ones to Sin City. Plenty of restaurants serve up Thanksgiving-esque meals with all the trimmings, and you’ll even have time to catch a show or win back the cost of your...

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  • Homesick? Get a taste of where you're from in Vegas

    Homesick? Get a taste of where you're from in Vegas

    Vegas: It's filled with people from someplace else. And while Sin City has enough original restaurants to satisfy tourists and transplants alike, sometimes you just want a taste of home. Here are a few Vegas outposts of favorite far-away restaurant chains.Opening earlier this year with the kind...

  • Take a fountain-side seat at Julian Serrano's newest Vegas venture

    Take a fountain-side seat at Julian Serrano's newest Vegas venture

    The most anticipated Vegas restaurant opening of 2015 has happened: Lago by legendary chef Julian Serrano is now open at Bellagio. Lago is an Italian eatery from the award-winning, Michelin-starred Serrano, who already has several highly successful Vegas Strip restaurants. Serrano offers up small,...

  • Cool treats: Vegas' frozen concoctions come in all shapes and sizes (and proofs)

    Cool treats: Vegas' frozen concoctions come in all shapes and sizes (and proofs)

    The Strip's summer sun can have you running from resort to resort searching for air-conditioned comfort. But for extra relief on the hottest days, try any of these ice-cold menu selections, from creamy delights to slushy cocktails.Frozen treatsBLVD Creamery at Monte Carlo has 36 flavors of ice...

  • Tap the keg, savor the flavor with these food/drink festivals

    Tap the keg, savor the flavor with these food/drink festivals

    If there’s one thing Vegas does well — besides gamble — it’s imbibe. This makes it the perfect setting for Motley Brews’ Great Vegas Festival of Beer, returning to downtown April 11. Nevada’s largest craft beer event, the festival brings together beer enthusiasts, brewers and culinary masterminds...

  • Famous feast: Vegas' celeb chef craze and its evolution

    Famous feast: Vegas' celeb chef craze and its evolution

    Twenty-five years ago, no one would have predicted that Vegas, with its decidedly non-gourmet buffets and mediocre steakhouses, would become the celebrity chef capital of the galaxy. Nowadays, if you're a restaurateur and you want to become more famous (or richer, or score a book deal and a TV...

  • Sky-high dining: THEhotel at Mandalay Bay

    Sky-high dining: THEhotel at Mandalay Bay

    Perched atop the 64th floor of THEhotel at Mandalay Bay, the Mix Lounge is chef Alain Ducasse's restaurant. It combines Franco-American fare with to-die-for Strip views showcased by ornate floor-to-ceiling windows -- even in the bathrooms. Indulge in signature dishes such as bison tenderloin with...

  • Don't let the heat sway you from Vegas' outdoor dining options

    Don't let the heat sway you from Vegas' outdoor dining options

    Even during the scorching summer months, you can still find places to eat on a patio in Las Vegas. You just have to do it at night. Not to say there aren't plenty of outdoor options when the sun is up (thank goodness for misters). But at temperatures of more than 100 degrees, you're better off...

  • Take your pick with many dining options in one Las Vegas resort

    Take your pick with many dining options in one Las Vegas resort

    ARIA Resort and Casino's extraordinary collection of dining options, each with its own culinary personality and unique ambience, means that even the most dedicated foodie need never bother venturing off the property for the duration of their stay. Chef Shawn McClain brings his nuanced balance of...

  • Dining: db Brasserie

    Dining: db Brasserie

    After a four-year absence since the celebrated chef shuttered his eponymous Brasserie at the Wynn, D.B. is back with his brand- spanking-new French eatery. The decor is funkily Art Nouveau-brasserie-throwback, with an exterior clad in travertine limestone panels and, inside, an expansive faux-skylight...

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