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Momofuku is now open at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Momofuku is now open at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Chef/founder David Chang started the Momofuku empire in 2004 with the opening of Momofuku Noodle Bar in New York and has since expanded to more than a dozen restaurants in New York, Sydney, Toronto and Washington, D.C. Momofuku, 3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-698-7000.
Virgil’s Real Barbecue has opened at The LINQ Promenade. The 14,000-square-foot restaurant seats 300, includes three outdoor spaces and features reclaimed wood sourced from vintage barns across the Southern states. The menu highlights the BBQ tastes of Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas, the Carolinas and Missouri with meats smoked over a mix of hickory, oak and fruit woods. An assortment of traditional sides is offered, such as barbecue beans, coleslaw, cheese grits, banana pudding and Key lime and sweet potato pies. Complementing the fare are fourteen beers on tap, including the exclusive Virgil’s Ale from Magic Hat. Virgil’s is open daily from 11 a.m. Live entertainment performing country, bluegrass and classic rock occurs nightly from 9 p.m. to midnight. Virgil’s Real Barbecue, The LINQ Promenade, 3545 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-389-7400.
Now open at The Venetian is The Dorsey cocktail bar, located off of the casino adjacent to Restaurant Row in the space formerly occupied by The Bourbon Room. The 4,500-square-foot venue features French oak, leather, brass and marble, and a separate library area with a fireplace. The full-service bar has an inventive cocktail menu designed by barman Sam Ross (NYC's Attaboy), with signature creations such as the Penicillin with Scotch, lemon, ginger, honey and an Islay float; and the Creole Punch with rum, pineapple, ginger, citrus, allspice and nutmeg. The Dorsey is open nightly from 2 p.m. until 4 a.m. The Dorsey, The Venetian, 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 866-659-9643.
Crack Pie at Milk Bar, now open at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Milk Bar has opened at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Christina Tosi's bakery started in New York after the success of her sweets for the Momofuku restaurants. Her famous creations include "Cereal Milk" ice cream, "Compost Cookies" and "Crack Pie." Exclusive to the Las Vegas location are alcoholic "Fancy Shakes" and "MilkQuakes," which blend house-made soft-serve ice cream with treats to create flavors like B'Day Cake. Milk Bar, 3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, no phone.
Hawthorn Grill at JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa will open in 2017 and will feature steakhouse fare and American classics as well as an extensive wine program with more than 1,100 wines. The space will include a bar and lounge, large dining room with semi-enclosed booths, private room and an outdoor patio with a waterfall. Chef Joseph Swan (Eiffel Tower) will oversee the kitchen as executive room chef, and pastry chef Jeremy Choo will direct the sweet aspect of the menu. Dishes will include filet mignon with red wine jus, NY striploin with béarnaise and a bone-in rib-eye with black truffle butter. The restaurant will be open daily for breakfast, including a signature breakfast buffet, dinner and bar hours. Once open, Ceres and Carmel Room will be merged with Hawthorn Grill. Hawthorn Grill, JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa, 221 N. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89145, 702-869-7777, 877-869-8777.
Vic “Vegas” Moea, who has appeared on Food Network’s Next Food Network Star, Big Bash Catering Competition and Food Truck Face Off and Spike TV’s Bar Rescue, has opened 7 Sinful Subs across the street from UNLV. Dine-in and take-out options are offered for oddball sandwiches that have entertaining names and unique flavor profiles, such as the Knuckle Sandwich with grilled salami, pepperoni, ham, lettuce, tomato, mayo, Champagne vinaigrette and melted mozzarella; and the Skinny Dip with grilled shaved sirloin, sautéed onions, red roasted peppers, mayo, American and mozzarella cheeses and au jus. 7 Sinful Subs is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 7 Sinful Subs, 4632 Maryland Pkwy., Ste. 12, Las Vegas, NV 89119, 702-998-2555.
Evel Pie, a pizzeria operated in cooperation with Evel Knievel’s son Kelly, has opened downtown on Fremont Street. Décor is a mini-shrine to the legendary daredevil with nearly every inch of the walls covered with Knievel memorabilia, and a hand-painted mural of Snake River Canyon, vintage 1977 Evel Knievel-themed pinball machine, a bronze statue of Evel and an illuminated marquee sign bearing the restaurant’s motto: “Live Hard, Ride Fast, Eat Pizza.” On offer is NY-style pizza that can be customized with 18 different toppings or guests can choose from the specialty menu, featuring pizzas such as “world famous Snake River special” with rattlesnake jalapeño sausage, onions, bell peppers and fresh garlic. Pies are paired with a selection of American beers including several local brews like Crafthaus Saison, Joseph James Weize Guy and Tenaya Creek Bonanza Brown. Evel Pie, 508 E. Fremont St., Las Vegas, NV 89101, 702-840-6460.
Situated at the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino celebrated its grand opening on December 3, 2016, and is the first Vegas casino resort designed from the ground up to debut since 2010. Its restaurant collection includes five concepts. Dragon’s Alley, inspired by Asian night markets, serves fresh seafood, dim sum, barbecue and boba tea. Bao Now offers dim sum, noodles, congee and other items intended for eating on the go. Pearl Ocean features dim sum and a live seafood room. Phoenix is a fine dining venue with a menu of Kurobuta pork, deer tendon, abalone and other rare delicacies. Cha Garden is directed by Las Vegas’ only tea sommelier, and offers a list of more than 50 teas sourced directly from generations-old tea farms in Asia. Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino, 300 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89102, 702-889-8018.
Bailiwick is now open at Orleans Hotel & Casino, occupying the former Brendan’s Irish Pub space. The renovated setting is designed to evoke the look and feel of a repurposed 19th-century industrial building, with steel I-beam detailing, a steel louvered entryway and a curated collection of antiques. The menu lists items such as Japanese miso-grilled tuna tacos topped with toasted sesame slaw and Sriracha cream; classic poutine finished with cheese curds, brown gravy and fried egg; a BLT slider with house-made bacon marmalade, fried green tomatoes and pimento cheese; and toffee cake drenched in a Macallan 12 whisky sauce. The bar offers 38 draft beers with six local brewery taps and more than 20 handcrafted specialty cocktails, including three that are barrel-aged in-house for at least 30 days. Bailiwick, Orleans Hotel & Casino, 4500 W. Tropicana Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89103, 702-365-7111, 800-675-3267.
Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill, a Miami destination since 2010, has opened a Vegas location at The Venetian’s Restaurant Row. The 6,376-square-foot restaurant features a raw bar, robata grill and an open traditional kitchen and is led by executive chef and partner Timon Balloo alongside newly appointed Las Vegas executive chef Ryan Nuqui. Décor is inspired by Cuban and Latin American architecture, with wrought-iron detailing, vintage lighting, inlaid wood flooring and tray ceilings trimmed in rich red hues. A menu of globally-inspired small plates includes sea urchin tostada with oceanic sweet roe, jalapeño and an al pastor jam; shellfish hot pot rice cooked in a broth with clams, cuttlefish and Alaskan king crab; West Coast snapper ceviche with aji amarillo, sweet potato and crispy maiz cancha; and bacon-wrapped dates with linguiça and manchego. A 76-seat bar and lounge area offers a vast rum display, one of the largest collections in Las Vegas. Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill, The Venetian, 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-414-2263, 877-883-6423.
Fast-casual hot dog concept Papaya King has branched out to open its first location beyond NYC, at Harmon Square across from Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The new Vegas spot is nearly three times larger than the three NYC outlets and serves several hot dog variants, such as the Upper East with pastrami, pickle chips and sauerkraut; tropical drinks including banana daiquiri, coconut champagne, papaya and piña colada; and fried pickles, fried Oreos, fried Twinkies, knishes, chicken sandwiches and corn dogs. Like the original 84-year-old restaurant, which began on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, this outpost sports a distinctive easy-to-spot yellow neon sign. Papaya King is open daily from 10 a.m. to 3 a.m. Papaya King, Harmon Square, 4503 Paradise Rd., Ste. 350, Las Vegas, NV 89169, 702-685-8769.
Taco Bell Cantina has debuted at the Harmon Corner on the Vegas Strip across the street from CityCenter. It’s the chain’s 7,000th restaurant. Open 24 hours a day, the two-story booze-serving flagship features an open kitchen; tapas-style appetizers in addition to the regular Taco Bell menu; an outdoor patio; a retail shop selling Taco Bell merchandise and memorabilia; an occasional DJ; and a Freeze Wall with eight different flavors (margarita, cola, pina colada, lemonade, orange, baja blast, cherry and blue raspberry) that can be customized with gin, vodka, rum, tequila and whiskey. Taco Bell Cantina, Harmon Corner, 3717 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Ste. 140-A, Las Vegas, NV 89109, No phone.
Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall has opened its newest dining concept, the Big Mess Bar-BQ. Located in the Mystic Falls Park atrium, the patio seating offers a view of the Park and a serene environment, while the dining room has intimate booths or combinable tables. The genuine smokehouse barbecue restaurant serves meats that are dry-rubbed and smoked in-house in a massive smoker. Platters, which are served with cornbread and two sides, include Texas-style dry-rubbed smoked beef brisket, Bar-BQ-roasted chicken, Carolina pulled pork shoulder, Bar-BQ-smoked pork spare ribs and smoked and grilled sausage. Handcrafted sides range from potato salad to sweet potato and classic French fries, mac and cheese, collard greens and hushpuppies. Among the appetizers and desserts are fried green tomatoes, deviled eggs and three selections of pie: pecan, apple and sweet potato. Big Mess is open Wednesday through Sunday at 4 p.m. for dine-in and carry-out. Big Mess Bar-BQ, Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall, 5111 Boulder Hwy., Las Vegas, NV 89122, 702-456-7777, 800-634-6371.
Sin City Brewing Co. has once again expanded, and has opened its fourth location on the Vegas Strip at the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s. The new branch has a convenient walk-up bar and is the first to offer outdoor seating. “There’s nothing better than drinking a beer outside with your friends on a sunny day,” said Rich Johnson, Sin City’s master brewer, “It’s always been a dream of mine to open an outdoor drinking destination on The Strip and we’re looking forward to sharing our craft beer at Grand Bazaar Shops.” The pub serves Sin City’s five signature beers: Amber, Light, IPA, Weisse and Stout as well as a rotating seasonal selection. Sin City Brewing Co., Bally's Las Vegas, Grand Bazaar Shops, 3635 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-489-5498.
Roasted chicken for two is one of the signature dishes at The NoMad restaurant Monte Carlo Resort & Casino has closed its pool, as well as outlets located along Street of Dreams, including The Pub. The closures are part of the resort’s $450 million renovation. By the end of 2018, the property will become two hotels: the 2,700-room Park MGM and the 292-room NoMad Las Vegas, which will occupy the top three floors and be part of New York’s Sydell Group. The NoMad will be home to The NoMad restaurant, helmed by chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara. Park MGM will boast Italian marketplace Eataly, a venue by Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, with cafes, to-go counters and full-service restaurants with products from sustainable Italian and local producers. Monte Carlo Resort & Casino, 3770 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-730-7777, 888-529-4828.
Celebrity chef Robert Irvine will open his first restaurant at Tropicana Las Vegas in 2017 Celebrity chef Robert Irvine, host of Food Network show “Restaurant: Impossible,” will open his first restaurant on the casino floor of Tropicana Las Vegas in 2017. Attendees at a recent press conference were privy to a video that showcased what to expect from the yet-to-be-named venue; in true Irvine fashion, the chef made his entrance by rappelling 22 stories down the exterior of the resort. Commenting on his new partnership with Tropicana Las Vegas, Irvine said, "From the moment I stepped foot in Las Vegas, I have been on a mission to break into the food and dining scene. I am excited to join the city's impeccable culinary talent and I could not be happier with my decision to embark on this journey right here at Tropicana Las Vegas." Irvine is sure to bring his nothing-is-impossible attitude to the modern, American-inspired restaurant. Tropicana Las Vegas, 3801 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-739-2222, 888-826-TROP (8767).

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Pub 365 at Tuscany Suites & Casino offers an executive lunch menu Executive Lunch Menu at Pub 365
Pub 365 at Tuscany Suites & Casinohas begun offering an executive lunch menu Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. that is guaranteed to be served within 15 minutes or the meal is complimentary. Priced at $9.95, it includes pub chips and a fountain drink or iced tea with choices of coffee-rubbed brisket, a chicken pesto panino, pastrami Reuben, classic Cuban panino and trio of Angus beef sliders with french fries. Guests have the option of upgrading to a premium non-alcoholic beverage or beer for $2 more. Pub 365, Tuscany Suites & Casino, 255 E. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89169, 702-893-8933, 877-TUSCAN 1.
Hakkasan Celebrates Chinese New Year
Hakkasan at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and its 11 restaurants around the world will celebrate Chinese New Year and the Year of the Rooster with a prix-fixe menu, exclusive cocktails and desserts. Available from January 13 to February 11, 2017, a multi-course feast priced at $128 will include the Waltzing Collins cocktail featuring Asian spirits such as baijiu and saké and small eats like braised Chilean abalone with wind dried oyster and gold leaf, Prosperity salad with crispy chicken, and a steamed dim sum platter with har gau, scallop shumai, Chinese chive dumpling and black pepper dumpling. Main dishes include steam Dover sole, braised abalone, braised Chinese vegetables in bean curd skin and golden fried rice with salted egg. Desserts are deep-fried sesame balls, a traditional Chinese dessert using a light pastry with a custard filling; and the Golden feather highlighting a ginger panna cotta, Mandarin and caramelized white chocolate. Hakkasan, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-891-7888.
Standard & Pour Debuts Sunday Brunch
Standard & Pour has launched an all-new 'Mimosas, Muffins & Marys' Sunday brunch, available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Sunday. Unique specialties, prepared by executive chef Jake Dieleman, include Bacon & Egg Polenta with crispy lardons, poached eggs and green onions; an English muffin sandwich with bacon, cheddar, hash browns and basil aïoli; Muffins & Gravy, honey habanero corn bread muffin and chorizo red eye gravy; Fat Elvis French Toast with banana, peanut butter and bacon; and Tenders & Waffle, corn flake chicken tenders and cheddar jalapeño waffle. In addition, bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys and PBRs are offered for $20 and a guest DJ performs each week. Standard & Pour, 11261 S. Eastern Ave., Ste. 200, Henderson, NV 89052, 702-629-5523.
Pearl Ocean Celebrates Year of the Rooster
Pearl Ocean, Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino’s live seafood and dim sum restaurant, will celebrate the Lunar New Year and the Year of the Rooster with a prix-fixe authentic dim sum menu. Offered from January 28-February 5, 2017, and priced at $238 for four people, the menu includes lotus root, black moss and pork tongue soup; BBQ pork; braised pork feet with red bean curd sauce; stir-fried sliced conch; crispy free ranch chicken; live Dungeness crab; and a fresh fruit platter. For groups of more than four, each additional person will be charged an extra $50 and another dish will be added, with choices of stir-fried crab paste with shrimp and broccoli, wok-fried scallop with greens, dried scallop cabbage wrap, wok-fried shark-fin, crab meat with eggs or crispy honey oyster. Pearl Ocean, Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino, 300 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89102, 702-579-1287.
Morels Serving "Secret" Prix-Fixe Menu
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino is serving a new "secret" prix-fixe bar menu. Priced at $58, the three-course menu includes a different steak selection and side each week as chosen by executive chef J.L. Carrera, a Boggiato Farms baby iceberg salad, macaron ice cream sandwiches and unlimited glasses of Vanishing Point Pinot Noir. Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro, The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-607-6333.
New Tasting Menu Experience at Other Mama
Chef/owner Daniel Krohmer has released a seven-course chef's tasting menu experience at Other Mama. The menu will change monthly and is available every Friday and Saturday evening in limited numbers. The multi-course dinner experience is priced at $75 per person not including tax, tip or beverages. Reservations must be made in advance by calling 702-463-8382. Other Mama, 3655 S. Durango Dr., Ste. 6, Las Vegas, NV 89147, 702-463-8382.
Emeril's New Orleans Fish House Winter Tasting Menu
Emeril's New Orleans Fish House at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino has launched a four-course winter tasting menu showcasing the restaurant's signature and new dishes from chef de cuisine Jean Paul Labadie. Priced at $55, the menu consists of first and second course options of hamachi lettuce wraps with ponzu and serrano chili, Creole boiled shrimp cocktail with local micro greens, gumbo with shrimp and andouille sausage and butternut squash soup with foie gras emulsion and crispy duck confit. Entrée choices are grilled filet of beef with roasted smashed sweet potatoes and rum reduction, pan-fried rainbow trout with jumbo lump crab, herb-roasted free-range chicken breast with bacon-braised Brussels sprouts and Emeril's sweet barbecued organic Scottish salmon with andouille pork sausage. Dessert is pecan pie, Emeril's banana cream pie or bread and butter pudding with homemade vanilla bean ice cream. An optional wine pairing selected by sommelier Scott McSimov is available starting at $35. Emeril's New Orleans Fish House, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-891-7374.
Orleans & Gold Coast Drink and Dining Specials
Orleans Hotel & Casino and Gold Coast Hotel & Casino will observe landmark anniversaries in December 2016 – the former celebrating its 20th and the latter its 30th. Buffet and drink specials are being offered from December 2-24. Both resorts will offer $1 drink specials at all casino bars and two-for-one pricing at the Gold Coast’s Ports O’Call Buffet and at the Orleans’ French Market Buffet. On December 20, a cake and Champagne celebration with Boyd Gaming executive chairman and co-founder Bill Boyd will take place at 1 p.m. at the Orleans and at 3 p.m. at the Gold Coast. Orleans Hotel & Casino, 4500 W. Tropicana Ave., 702-365-7111; Gold Coast Hotel & Casino, 4000 W. Flamingo Rd., 702-367-7111.
Lagasse’s Stadium Kicks Off Football Season with NFL Team Menus
Scott Pajak, chef de cuisine of Lagasse's Stadium at The Palazzo, has created special menus that pay tribute to NFL teams competing on Monday and Thursday night televised games. Each week, menu items will reflect the teams’ homes --- think Emeril's signature BBQ shrimp and grits for the New Orleans Saints and a Carolina-style pulled pork sandwich for the Carolina Panthers. For the New England Patriots, there are lobster sliders; for the Buffalo Bills, guests might order up a Buffalo chicken grilled cheese. The restuarant also boasts more than 100 high-definition televisions, including a main screen that's 9 feet by 16 feet. There are also luxury boxes, plush stadium-style seating and a race and sports book. Lagasse’s Stadium, The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-607-2665.


Bobby Silva has left Sake Rok, the Japanese restaurant/performance venue in The Park where he had held the title of executive chef since its opening in the spring of 2016. Replacing Silva is Joseph Mosconi, who has been with the restaurant since it opened and prior to that was executive chef at the Tahiti Village resort on Las Vegas Boulevard. It has not yet been announced what Silva’s next position will be. Sake Rok, The Park, 3786 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-706-3022.
After a nearly 10 year stint as executive chef at Spago at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Eric Klein has left the restaurant and will move on to head up the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group Catering in Los Angeles. Replacing Klein is Mark Andelbradt, who will move over from Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at Downtown Summerlin. Taking over at Downtown Summerlin is Spencer Rudow, who most recently worked alongside Klein as executive sous chef at Spago, and prior to that was at Cucina by Wolfgang Puck at The Shops at Crystals and at Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. Spago, Caesars Palace, Forum Shops at Caesars, 3500 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-369-6300.


After 26 years, the iconic Hard Rock Cafe, with its towering neon guitar that sits at the front of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, is slated to close after New Year’s Eve 2016. In a statement Hard Rock International said the closing marks a strategic decision by the brand to focus efforts in the market on Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas Strip and Hard Rock LIVE Las Vegas at 3771 Las Vegas Blvd. South, the three-story restaurant and music venue which opened in 2009. Although they share a name, the cafe and the hotel are not owned by the same organization. The hotel and the land the cafe sits on is owned by Brookfield Asset Management, which has use of the Hard Rock name through a licensing deal with Hard Rock International. Hard Rock Cafe, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 4475 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-733-7625.
After 19 years, Harley Davidson Cafe has closed. The café was an iconic landmark and was one of the few non-resort restaurants in the heart of the Vegas Strip. It was known for its Chopper Wedding Chapel; the “World’s Heaviest Flag” weighing seven tons, made of 44,000 links of chain; an interior featuring Harley-Davidson choppers and walls covered with memorabilia; and a menu of casual American fare including burgers, sandwiches and barbecue. In October the voluminous memorabilia was auctioned off. It has not yet been announced if the concept will be relocated, nor is there any news of a possible replacement. Harley Davidson Cafe, 3725 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, no phone.
DB Brasserie will close in mid-January 2017 DB Brasserie, the restaurant designed like a classic Beaux Arts train station that Daniel Boulud opened at The Venetian in 2014, will be closing. A press announcement from Boulud and the Dinex Group stated, “We have made a common decision with the Sands group that in mid-January 2017 we will be closing DB Brasserie at The Venetian…at this time we want to put all our focus on our other restaurants, our partners, and the future developments of our group." DB Brasserie, The Venetian, 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-430-1235.

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