Las Vegas Restaurant News & Culinary Events
After a renovation of the interior space and a re-engineered menu, Hakkasan Restaurant at the MGM Grand has reopened. New menu items include A-5 wagyu scallion pancake with sweet cilantro soy and chili aioli; crispy Guangdong whole lobster with crispy garlic and black bean chili soy; and 32oz aged bone-in ribeye with black garlic steak sauce. Popular dishes remaining on the menu include vegan dim sum basket with wild mushroom and truffle, edamame jade, crystal vegetable and pea shoot; roasted Chilean seabass with bumble bee honey; crispy duck salad with pomelo, pine nuts and shallots; and jasmine smoked wagyu short rib with sweet glaze and pickled lotus root. A fresh lineup of cocktail creations includes Han Dynasty with Old Forrester Bourbon whiskey, plum wine, grapefruit bitters and hickory smoke; and Heart & Seoul with Absolut Elyx vodka, soju, Luxardo Maraschino, cold pressed lime, pineapple and raspberry. Hakkasan is open Thu.-Sun. from 5:30 p.m. Hakkasan, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-891-7888.
El Dorado Cantina has opened its third Las Vegas location, with its newest restaurant situated at 8349 West Sunset Road, near the 215 Beltway in the Centra Point center in Southwest Las Vegas. The 4,500-square-foot space accommodates up to 170 guests including an outdoor patio, and features dark wood, leather booths, intricate stained-glass light fixtures, elegant gold and red accents, hand-painted art installations and El Dorado’s signature red rose walls. Popular dishes include tableside guacamole, fajita platters, enchiladas, street tacos, a selection of vegan options and flan; and signature margaritas, specialty cocktails and a selection of domestic and imported draft beers. The new location joins its two others, one in Tivoli Village and one on Sammy Davis Jr. Blvd. El Dorado Cantina uses organic, non-GMO ingredients and sustainably raised beef, chicken, pork, shrimp, fish and produce from carefully selected farms in the U.S. free from antibiotics, pesticides and steroids. El Dorado Cantina, 8349 W. Sunset Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89113, 725-208-1903.
The modern-day supper club Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas opened on July 14 in the Tower Suites enclave. The kitchen is overseen by local chef Joshua Smith and helming the cocktail program is resort mixologist Mariena Mercer Boarini. In addition to a wide selection of premium steaks and seafood, the menu includes wagyu beef Wellington; chef Smith’s take on a chicken TV dinner featuring Bobo Farms chicken, peas n’ carrots, pomme puree and vin jaune gravy; smoked salmon & caviar latke with acme salmon, Russian Osetra caviar and garnitures; Delilah fish & chips featuring potato-crusted dover sole, pommes soufflé, malt vinegar beurre blanc and classic tartar sauce; and the flambéed dessert strawberry shortcake baked Alaska. Signature libations include Champagne Papi featuring Virginia black whiskey, velvet falernum, lime and mango served with a personal bottle of Moët Impérial. Delilah at Wynn will be open Wed.-Sun. from 5:30 p.m. Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-770-7000, 1-888-320-WYNN.
A good indicator that Las Vegas is back is the return of the resorts’ buffets. Weeks earlier several reopened, including Garden Buffet at South Point, Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan, Bacchanal at Caesars Palace, The Buffet at Wynn, Circus Circus Buffet, The Buffet at Excalibur and the MGM Grand Buffet. Now joining the ranks of the resurrected buffet is The Buffet at Bellagio, which reopens on July 16 for daily brunch from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. It will feature live-action stations such as an omelet station and carving station slicing up marinated flank steak, rotisserie chicken and St. Louis style ribs; traditional breakfast items; pasta and pizza; extensive eggs Benedict options; fried chicken and waffles; a toast bar; a seafood selection of Alaskan king crab, poached shrimp, smoked salmon and scallop ceviche; Far East delicacies such as Hong Kong BBQ buns and shrimp shu mai; fresh pastries; and a personalized gelato stand. The Buffet at Bellagio, Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-693-8111.
After being closed since March, 2020, NoMad Restaurant has reopened at Park MGM and has been renamed NoMad Library. The new names reflects the focal point of its dining room: the more than 25,000 vintage books lining the floor-to-ceiling shelves of the two-level library including several from the personal collection of the late philanthropist David Rockefeller. Executive chef Michael Rellergert returns to helm the kitchen, executing a menu that includes acclaimed starters, seafood and succulent meats that feature dramatic tableside presentations, such as the large format signature roast chicken that comes stuffed with foie gras, black truffle, brioche with dark meat fricassée and sauce supreme and is delivered for your inspection before being returned to the kitchen for carving; and the American wagyu prime rib, which is carved tableside. The hours are Fri.-Sun. from 5-10 p.m. Click here for high-resolution images NoMad Library, NoMad Las Vegas, 3770 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-730-6785.
Now that Nevada has returned to 100% capacity, Mandalay Bay and Delano have reopened several of its restaurants with more opening in the coming weeks. Already open with limited hours at Mandalay Bay are Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger’s Border Grill and BBQ Mexican, serving Mexican fare; Michael Mina’s fine dining StripSteak; Kumi, with a modern Japanese menu with a Korean American twist; the Italian Lupo by Wolfgang Puck; and chef Shawn McClain’s Libertine Social gastropub with pioneering cocktail program by “Modern Mixologist” Tony Abou-Ganim. Charlie Palmer’s Aureole with its renowned four-story wine tower will reopen July 10; and the classic bistro Fleur, without chef Hubert Keller who stepped away from the restaurant earlier this year, reopens July 26. At Delano, Alain Ducasse’s Skyfall Lounge on Delano’s 63rd floor already reopened on Fridays and Saturdays, and his Rivea will reopen on July 1; and Della’s Kitchen will resume operations for breakfast and lunch on July 29. Mandalay Bay, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89119, 702-632-7777, 877-632-7800.
The $4.3 billion Resorts World was unveiled on June 24, the first mega-resort to open on the Vegas Strip since 2010. Situated on the site of the former Stardust, the massive property includes an enormous gaming floor, 3,500 hotel rooms and 40 restaurants and bars. The majority of the diverse collection are found in the gigantic Famous Foods Street Eats food hall, with several Asian eateries such as Geylang Claypot Rice, one of Singapore’s favorite claypot eateries; along with a smattering of other cuisines like Mozz Bar, an Italian sandwich stand by Vegas culinary luminary James Trees, one of the hottest chefs in Vegas who made a name for himself with his Esther’s Kitchen and Al Solito Posto; and Streetbird, highlighting Marcus Samuelsson’s take on fried chicken. Elsewhere, off of the casino, are the upscale Genting Palace, serving Cantonese cuisine and live seafood; Brezza with modern coastal Italian fare and Bar Zazu with European tapas from beloved Vegas phenome chef Nicole Brisson, who formerly ran the kitchens at Eataly and Carnevino; ¡Viva!, L.A. chef Ray Garcia’s take on Latin cooking; L.A.’s Wally’s Wine & Spirits with a restaurant, wine bar and retail shop with more than 8,000 labels to choose from; and Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge from Clique Hospitality serving artisanal cocktails, wines and rare Champagnes. Resorts World Las Vegas, 3000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-676-7000.
Joël Robuchon’s Las Vegas restaurants will reopen at MGM Grand. Opening on July 1 will be the late chef’s namesake Joël Robuchon with its heralded 15-course degustation menu, mignardises carts roaming the Art Deco space and menu items such as Osetra caviar served atop king crab in a crustacean gelée dotted with cauliflower puree, truffled langoustine ravioli served with simmered cabbage and foie gras sauce and la rosa—gelee of Dassai “39” sake topped with white chocolate rose and orange coulis. On July 15 L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon will reopen, serving experimental new dishes prepared with boundary-pushing cooking techniques served at L’Atelier’s countertop wrapping around its open kitchen, with dishes such as John Dory à la plancha on a “sambol” of tomato, confits lime zest and cilantro puree; caramelized frog legs on creamy spelt risotto; and la Framboise—white chocolate sphere with fresh raspberry and yuzu ice cream. Hours for both restaurants will be Thur.-Mon. from 5:30-10 p.m. Joël Robuchon, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-891-7925.
Amalfi by Bobby Flay, the celebrity chef’s first Italian concept, inspired by his travels to Italy and the Amalfi Coast, is now open at Caesars Palace in the space formerly occupied by Flay’s Mesa Grill. The décor features a natural palate with touches of greenery throughout, and white and blue chairs suggest a beach setting in keeping with the Amalfi Coast theme. An extensive rotating fish and seafood display is staffed by a fishmonger who answers questions and guests can select a whole fish prepared grilled over charcoal or roasted, served with Meyer lemon and capers, red pepper and Calabrian chile pesto or salsa verde. Antipasti selections include charred octopus with pancetta and burnt orange; pastas, made in-house, include squid ink fettucine with lobster, shrimp, squid and fra diavolo; and desserts include blueberry panna cotta and fig crostata with honey-mascarpone gelato. Complementing the fare are signature cocktails like Almalfi Spritz and a wine list with a focus on the Campania region. Amalfi by Bobby Flay, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-731-7110, 877-427-7243.
The Buffet at Wynn, which briefly reopened last June before closing in September, will again reopen on July 1. This new incarnation will feature a new entrance with eight live royal palms imported from south Florida. The revamped menu, created by executive chef Jason Duarte, will be showcased in 16 food stations, including an eggs Benedict station with options of lobster, smoked salmon lox and corncake & spinach; pancake station with flavors ranging from red velvet chocolate chip to buttermilk & vanilla bean; Mexican station with carne asada, chicken mole, Mexican street corn and chorizo & eggs; Southern Italian with lasagna alla Bolognese, Grandma’s baked meatballs and potato gnocchi with littleneck clams; BBQ station with BBQ pork & beef ribs and dry-rubbed rotisserie chicken; and dessert station with made-to-order crepes with compotes in peach, strawberry, mixed berry, banana and Nutella. For more info, prices, hours and to make reservations, visit here. Buffet at Wynn, Wynn Las Vegas, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-770-3340, 888-320-WYNN.
Posh Burger, a new fast casual restaurant concept, is now open at ARIA. Situated in the former Burger Lounge space, the venue features a variety of burgers, breakfast and chicken sandwiches, an assortment of sides, soft drinks and shakes. Highlights of the menu include the super deluxe wagyu steak burger with ½ lb. wagyu beef mix, steak sauce, onion, white cheddar cheese and pickles; truffle mushroom burger—double cheeseburger with sautéed mushrooms and onions, garlic truffle sauce and truffled gouda cheese; impossible burger withgrilled vegetarian patty, Posh sauce, lettuce, tomato, onions and pickles; spicy Buffalo fried chicken sandwich—buttermilk fried chicken breast with hot buffalo sauce, lettuce, pickles and ranch dressing; and breakfast burger with beef patty, organic fried egg, American cheese, tomato and mayonnaise. Hours are Sun.-Thu. 9 a.m.-10 p.m. and Fri.-Sat. 9 a.m.-3 a.m. For more info and to view the complete menu visit here. Posh Burger, CityCenter, 3730 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 866-359-7757.
Sugar Factory American Brasserie, known for its sweets and treats, will open a new location at the Harmon Corner this summer. The three-story 14,000-square-foot restaurant will feature an indoor dining room with red velvet chairs and booths, outdoor patio with fire pits overlooking the Vegas Strip, life-size flower wall with neon artwork, floor-to-ceiling dot wall, walk-up goblet bar accessible from the pedestrian bridge on Las Vegas Blvd. and Harmon Ave., candy retail store with more than 500 types of candy and a candy dots rock climbing wall. The menu will feature the eatery’s signature double stack rainbow pancakes, donut burger, pan-roasted ribeye paired with a crispy brick of Havarti cheese, 64 oz. alcoholic smoking candy goblets, milkshakes served in chocolate-covered mugs like the sugar caramel Sugar Daddy cheesecake and King Kong sundae serving up to 12 people with 24 scoops of ice cream covered with sprinkles, gummy bears, caramel sauce, fudge sauce and giant whirly pops. Sugar Factory American Brasserie, Harmon Corner, 3717 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109, no phone.
Siegel’s Bagelmania has opened its flagship location on Convention Center Dr. adjacent to the new Las Vegas Convention Center expansion. The old school Las Vegas delicatessen opened in 1989 at its original location on East Twain and this larger 10,000-square-foot space with an expansive dining room, private dining area, outdoor patio, to-go delicatessen, bakery and a full bar with gaming will serve both tourists and locals. The menu includes bagels and smears; sandwiches like the Reuben Seigel with choice of corned beef, pastrami or turkey plus melted Swiss, sauerkraut and Russian dressing on grilled rye; breakfast items like matzo brei with scrambled eggs and matzo served with cinnamon sugar & warm maple syrup or sour cream; and burgers like the Gambler with sautéed mushrooms & onions, melted Swiss, crispy bacon & horseradish aioli. Hours are 6 a.m.-3:30 p.m. with plans to become a 24-hour restaurant in the near future. For the full menu visit www.bagelmanialv.com. Siegel’s Bagelmania, 252 Convention Center Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-369-3322.
Brothers and acclaimed restaurateurs Michael and David Morton have unveiled One Steakhouse at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas. The two-story restaurant and lounge presents a striking entry with a chandelier made of 3,000 pieces of glass lit by LED lights which change colors throughout the night and the main dining room is awash in rich woods with oversized booths and playful artwork. The second level features a 23-foot-tall skylight framed by succulents and a 12’ x 8’ foot LED screen wall. Executive chef Patrick Munster’s menu offers cuts of Snake River Farm wagyu, bone-in filet mignon, dry aged bone-in New York strip, 32 oz. tomahawk and Japanese Satsuma wagyu. Other selections include Alaskan king crab pasta, pan-roasted Alaskan halibut, baked short rib rigatoni and citrus-cured Hamachi. One Steakhouse takes the place of the Morton brothers’ first collaboration, MB Steak, at the former Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Las Vegas. One Steakhouse is open daily at 5 p.m. One Steakhouse, 4455 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89169, 702-522-8111.
Sticks Tavern, located directly across from the Lifeguard Arena, the Henderson Silver Knights hockey team’s practice arena in the Henderson Water Street District, is now open. The menu is created around rotisserie chicken, available in whole, half or quartered and can be paired with a seasonal selection of rotisserie fat-roasted vegetables and sauces made in-house. The menu also features elevated pub fare classics like roasted chicken poutine consisting of house fries topped with cheese curds and roasted chicken gravy; and chicken wings, salads and sandwiches. The bar program led by flair mixologist Tom Alley includes a selection of craft beers, hockey-themed cocktails and boozy milkshakes. The sports bar will also be the new permanent home for the ghost kitchen, To Be Frank, serving its specialty dogs and sides available for takeout and delivery, set to open in the coming weeks. Hours are Thu-Sat 11 a.m.-12 a.m. and Tue, Wed and Sun 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Sticks Tavern, 203 S Water St., Henderson, NV 89015, 702-900-3969.
Firefly Tapas Kitchen & Bar, known for its Spanish-inspired menu of small plates and house-made sangria, will re-open its Paradise Rd. location on May 17. The restaurant will again offer selections including bacon-wrapped dates; Padron peppers; fried calamari; vegan items like avocado toasties, patatas bravas and Firefly fries; wine flights; and house cocktails. The restaurant will return with an 80% capacity per Clark County’s current mitigation and enforcement plan, will be open seven days a week and will serve brunch on Saturday and Sunday. “Over the last year, we’ve stayed connected with our customers through to-go orders, meal kits that came with cooking lessons over Zoom, catering small events and at our Southwest location, but there’s nothing quite like the energy that fills Firefly on Paradise,” said owner John Simmons. “With conventions and travelers returning to Las Vegas, we feel that now is definitely our time to reignite that light." Firefly Tapas Kitchen & Bar, 3824 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89169, 702-369-3971.
The Vegas buffet continues to rebound, with the latest reopening being the renowned Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, which after being closed for 14 months and following a multi-million renovation, will reopen on Thursday, May 20. Bacchanal’s seafood, carving, American and Latin kitchens, as well as the entrance and dining room, have all received major upgrades. The new design will again allow guests to serve themselves in an all-you-can-eat format. Menu enhancements include dim sum-style food carts roaming the dining room offering dishes like foie gras PB&J, spicy seafood boil bags, Japanese wagyu hot dogs and traditional dim sum; innovative dishes like turmeric grilled baby octopus with XO chili jam, cheeseburger bao, chipotle bourbon barbecue oysters and duck carnitas quesadillas; plant-based and vegan items such as quinoa-stuffed baby sweet potatoes with fried kale, tomato tartar and coconut-carrot gazpacho; Roman-style pizza; and a wider selection of Laotian, Filipino, Indonesian, Thai and Vietnamese specialties. Hours are Thursday-Monday from 4-10 p.m. Bacchanal Buffet, Caesars Palace, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-731-7928.
Clique Hospitality’s Side Piece Pizza opened May 21, 2021, at Red Rock Resort in the resort’s food court. Naples-born chef Enzo Esposito has created a new chicken parm pizza smothered with mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses. Other options include pepperoni, veggie, meat lovers, bianca white pizza and Sicilian-style pizzas in cheese or pepperoni options. Starters include pizza rolls, garlic knots, mozzarella sticks and pizza fritta with prosciutto and mozzarella layered on top of fried pizza dough. Salads include a Tuscan salad mixed with greens, pears, blue cheese, toasted walnuts and balsamic vinaigrette; Caesar salad tossed with a lemon pepper Caesar dressing; and caprese salad with heirloom tomatoes, mozzarella cheese and aged balsamic dressing. Hot sandwiches include classic Italian, chicken Parmesan, meatball, prosciutto panini and eggplant. To-go options include a deal for a 22-inch New York cheese pie for $10 on Wednesdays for delivery only. The restaurant will be open daily from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Side Piece Pizza, 11011 W Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89135, 866-767-7773, 702-797-7777.
Bungalow Coffee Co. is now open in the Downtown Arts District offering specialty classic caffeinated beverages, pastries with vegan selections, toasts, breakfast and light lunch. Menu items include rosemary latte with homemade rosemary syrup; bungalow matcha latte with whisked matcha, vanilla bean syrup, oat milk and cinnamon maple dust; croissants, scones, coffee cakes and assorted toasts like the "all I avo wanted" with avocado, hummus, feta, jalapeno salt and olive oil; fresh quiches; breakfast sandwiches such as the English muffin breakfast sandi with shaved ham, two eggs, American cheese and raspberry jam on an English muffin and deluxe croissant sandi with eggs, Swiss cheese, avocado and aioli on a toasted croissant; seasonal salads and paninis; and charcuterie board with triple cream brie, Vermont cheddar, P’tit Basque, spicy Calabrese, Toscano salami, grapes, huckleberry jam, Marcona almonds and sweet & savory crackers. Hours are Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sat.-Sun. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Bungalow Coffee Co., 201 E. Charleston Blvd., Suite 180, Las Vegas, NV 89104, 702-331-4207.
Bravo Top Chef alumnus Bruce Kalman, who worked at prestigious kitchens in NJ, NYC, Chicago and became known for his time at and ownership of L.A.’s Knead & Co. Pasta Bar + Market and Pasadena’s UNION, has opened Soulbelly BBQ, his first Las Vegas restaurant. Sandwiched in between local breweries Nevada Brew Works and HUDL Brewing in the heart of the Downtown Arts District and set in a former automotive garage, murals showcase Queen of Texas BBQ Tootsie Tomanetz and musicians Koko Taylor and Buddy Guy. The menu includes smoker dishes salt & pepper brisket, Carolina pulled pork, chipotle cider glazed drumsticks, pork spare ribs, housemade Hatch chile, cheddar hot links and Texas sausages; sides such as mac and cheese with chicharrón breadcrumbs, Frito pie, pickled eggs, chicharrón chips and pimento cheese dip; and desserts including housemade banana pudding and cookie bars and a selection of pies from PopNpies. Soulbelly is open from 11 a.m. daily. Soulbelly BBQ, 1327 S Main Street, Las Vegas, NV 89104, 702-483-4404.
Chef Bobby Flay has opened Bobby’s Burgers inside the Forum Food Hall at Caesars Palace, taking over the former Smashburger space. Flay’s twist on a fast-casual, American eatery is inspired by his extensive travels around the country and love of the grill, of which he remarked, “Bobby's Burgers is my new, fresh and fun approach to the world of burgers, fries and shakes—the quintessential American fast-casual meal.” The menu features Flay’s original recipes including signature burgers, fries with sauces and milkshakes. Traditional burger varieties are offered, as well as nontraditional, such as crunchburger topped with cheese and chips; nacho burger with queso, tomato salsa and pickled jalapenos; and non-beef versions include Bobby’s veggie burger with barbecue mushrooms, chickpeas, quinoa, lettuce and tomato. Fries come with a variety of dipping sauces, including ranch, honey mustard-horseradish and Bobby’s special sauce; and milkshake flavors include vanilla bean, dark chocolate, cookies + cream, strawberry and pistachio. Bobby’s Burgers, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-731-7110, 877-427-7243.
Rebellion Pizza in the Anthem Village Center celebrated its grand opening on June 1, 2021. The name represents pizza business veterans Ricky Lewis and Ryan Perras launching their own venture after spending several years working for others. The focal point of the 1,650-square-foot space is a large pizza oven firing up to 800°, churning out styles of American hand-tossed (similar to NY style), Midwest tavern (cracker thin crust), Sicilian (focaccia thick crust) and Detroit (cooked in a pan packed with white cheddar topped with marinara sauce). Also on the menu are wings, tenders, pasta, sandwiches and plant-based items. The beer selection is unique in that is comprised 100% of Southern Nevada local brews. The décor features white and brown brick walls, large windows and a fun space themed mural by local artist Delano Yepes depicting an astronaut in a yoga pose, a flying saucer and floating pizza slices. Rebellion Pizza will be open daily from 11 a.m. Rebellion Pizza, Anthem Village Center, 2540 Anthem Village Dr. #100, Henderson, NV 89052, no phone.
The Raiders Tavern & Grill is now open at the M Resort.The first-of-its-kind official Las Vegas Raiders-themed restaurant spans 3,400 square feet and is set in the former space of Jayde Fuzion with indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a private dining lounge for events. The eatery lives up to its name, with signed Raiders jerseys, posters, footballs and helmets framing the walls, a retail store featuring team merchandise and apparel and 45 TVs airing sports programming and Raiders games during the NFL season. On the menu are signature items such as seared salmon, barbecue, street tacos and seafood items; burgers and sandwiches; wood-fired pizzas; healthier, lighter fare; vegan and vegetarian dishes; and the breakfast menu served Sat. & Sun. lists traditional fare like eggs Benedict, omelets, French toast and pancakes. Two bars offer 20 beer taps and a variety of specialty cocktails. Hours are11 a.m.-7 a.m. weekdays and 10 a.m.-7 a.m. Sat. and Sun. Raiders Tavern & Grill, 12300 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Henderson, NV 89044, 702-797-1000.
The L.A. icon Randy’s Donuts, in operation since 1962 and known for a giant doughnut on its roof which has appeared in movies, music videos and television, is expanding to Las Vegas, with plans for several locations. The company has purchased an existing drive-thru restaurant at 2170 S. Rainbow and land at the intersection of Blue Diamond and Cameron, anticipated to open in early fall and winter of 2021. Additional locations may be placed within casinos throughout the region in 2022, as leases are currently being negotiated with an unnamed large gaming company. The donut shop operates five locations in the greater L.A. area (Inglewood, El Segundo, Torrance, Downey and Pasadena) with new locations set to open in Costa Mesa and Santa Monica and more to be announced throughout the state of California through 2022. Recently three locations opened in South Korea and Randy’s is currently negotiating deals in Texas, New York, Illinois, Arizona, Utah, Missouri and Florida.
Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar will host its monthly Taste & Learn wine-tasting event with a menu of small plates crafted by chef Mimmo Ferraro paired with wines from the Azelia Winery, a boutique winery in located in Trieso, Piedmont run by the Scavino family since its founding in 1920. The menu includes risotto Genovese (pesto risotto with seared scallops, lemon zest and pine nuts) paired with Villa Locatelli Pinot Grigio, 2018; sformato di ricotta e tartufo (ricotta flan with black truffle and arugula) matched with Azelia Dolcetto D’Alba, 2018; rigatoni con nduja (rigatoni corti with nduja, breadcrumbs and burrata) paired withAzelia Langhe Nebbiolo,” 2018; and costolette brasate (braised short ribs with Parmigiano-roasted fennel and Peruvian purple potato purée) matched withAzelia Barolo, 2016. The tasting will begin at 6 p.m. and tickets for the all-inclusive experience are $90. To reserve call 702-364-5300. Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar, 4480 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89169, 702-364-5300.
The Tuscany Suites & Casino will celebrate the 5th year anniversary of its Pub 365 with the Silver State Brewfest from 5-9 p.m. Held in the Tuscany's Florentine Ballroom, the event will feature more than 16 Nevada craft beer breweries, live music and food for purchase. Tickets are $40 for unlimited beer sampling and 10% of ticket sales will go to the Pink Boots Society to support their mission of assisting, inspiring and encouraging women in the beer industry to advance their careers through education. To purchase tickets and to view the list of breweries pouring, visit here. Tuscany Suites & Casino Silver State Brewfest, Tuscany Suites & Casino, 255 E. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89169, 702-893-8933, 877-TUSCAN 1.
The three Las Vegas area BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse locations will host a beer dinner featuring the beers of Sierra Nevada along with BJ’s brews. The five-course dinner will include Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and BJ’s Piranha Pale Ale paired with sauced ‘n’ tossed chicken thighs with lemon pepper, Sierra Nevada Wild Little Thing Slightly Sour Ale matched with kale and roasted Brussels sprouts salad, palate cleanser of BJ’s/Sierra Nevada collaboration Mountain Hop Belgian Pale Ale, Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing IPA paired with spicy pig tavern-cut pizza, Sierra Nevada 4 Torpedo Extra IPA matched with New Orleans jambalaya, palate cleaner of Sierra Nevada Dankful IPA and Sierra Nevada 5 Barrel-Aged Narwhal paired with hot fudge brownie mini pizookie. The dinner will begin at 7 p.m. and the cost is $40 in advance or $45 the day of the event. To purchase tickets visit here.
The third installment of the Review-Journal’s Virtual Food and Cocktail Series with chef La Che presented by La Bonita Supermarkets is titled Summertime Grilling, Fresh Ceviche and Refreshing Palomas & MORE!, and will be taught via Zoom at 6 p.m. by chef La Che, who will show viewers how to prepare a ceviche dish with homemade guacamole and Latin grilling and a paloma cocktail. Food and beverage boxes cost $75 and contain enough ingredients to feed up to four and can be picked up at La Bonita Supermarkets store locations at 6000 W. Cheyenne Ave. or 2851 N. Green Valley Pkwy. As there is alcohol in the food and beverage box, registrants must be 21 years or older. To order and to sign up for the class visit here. La Bonita Supermarkets, 6000 W. Cheyenne Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89108, 702-843-0960.
Valley Cheese & Wine will offer its first mini monger class. Taught by owner Diana Brier, the class will be for the cheese and Lunchable-loving 5 to 10-year-olds, with approachable, delicious and kid-friendly options. The mini mongers will get to taste and explore and create their own cheese board, learning tips they can use back at home. The class will run from 5-7 p.m. and is limited to six children and six adults (kids must be accompanied by a parent). The cost is $60 for the child/parent duo and also includes a glass of wine for the parent, and fun non-alcoholic beverages for the kids. To reserve a place at the table, call the shop at 702-341-8191. Valley Cheese & Wine, 1570 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy #140, Henderson, NV 89012, 7023418191.
The Nevada Craft Brewers Association will host the Nevada Beer Bash at The Front Yard at Ellis Island from 6-10 p.m. The event will be an opportunity to taste several Nevada-brewed beers from more than 20 breweries featuring special collaborations, rare beers, raffles, a silent auction, live music, a DJ and food for purchase. General admission tickets, which include unlimited beer sampling from 7-10 p.m., are $50; and VIP tickets, which include early admission at 6 p.m., unlimited beer sampling, a welcome cocktail, a swag bag and food, are $85. To purchase tickets visit here. Proceeds will benefit the Nevada Craft Brewers Association to promote and protect Nevada beer. The Front Yard, Ellis Island Hotel, Casino & Brewery, 4178 Koval Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-733-8901.
Mastro’s Ocean Club in Crystals at CityCenter will host a wine dinner featuring the Plumpjack Collection of Wineries. Courses are melon & heirloom tomato salad with Champagne vinaigrette paired with 2019 CADE Estate Sauvignon Blanc (Napa); bone marrow topped with Alaskan king crab matched with 2019 Plumpjack Reserve Chardonnay (Napa); ribeye steak with mashed potatoes, sautéed mushrooms, blue cheese and creamed spinach paired with 2018 Plumpjack Estate Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa), 2017 CADE Estate Cabernet Sauvignon (Howell Mountain) and 2018 Odette Estate Cabernet Sauvignon (Stags Leap); cheese and charcuterie plate matched with 2018 Plumpjack Merlot (Napa); and upside down pineapple butter cake paired with 2019 Plumpjack Chardonnay (Napa) and 2017 CADE Estate Cabernet Sauvignon (Howell Mountain). The dinner will begin at 7 p.m. and the cost is $350 per person (including tax and tip). To purchase tickets visit here. Mastro’s Ocean Club, CityCenter, 3720 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-798-7115.
El Dorado Cantina is hosting weekly tasting of its handcrafted infused tequilas every Wednesday at both of its locations (430 S. Rampart Blvd. in Tivoli Village and 3025 Sammy Davis Jr. Dr.). Dubbwed Infused Wednesdays, flavors include coconut, orange and cinnamon; mango; mango, jalapeño and tamarind; orange and warm spices; pineapple; and strawberry jalapeño. On Wednesdays the infused tequilas are available for $5 apiece (normally $15 each) or a flight of three is $12 (normally $35). Flavors and availability are subject to change.
CATCH Launches Weekend Brunch
CATCH at ARIA has launched a weekend brunch, served Sat. and Sun. from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Highlights include truffle sashimi with tuna, Hamachi, chili ponzu, caviar and black truffle purée; CATCH roll with crab, salmon and miso honey; steak and eggs—6-ounce New York strip with two sunny side up eggs which can be upgraded to A5 Miyazaki wagyu cooked tableside; egg white omelette with turkey bacon, artichoke, arugula, caramelized onions and goat cheese; tuna poke bowl with avocado, tomato, sour apple, pineapple, yuzu- chili, brown rice and crispy taro; grilled Spanish octopus with crispy potatoes, sofrito and garlic aioli; and cinnamon roll pancakes with brown sugar cinnamon swirl, candied almonds and cream cheese frosting. The brunch fare is complemented by classic bloody marys, mimosas, bellinis and a variety of cocktails like the One Too Many, made with strawberry-infused Absolut Elyx vodka, coconut, avocado and lime; and Grapefruit Spritz, featuring brut Champagne, gin, Aperol, Pamplemousse, and Lillet Rose. CATCH, Aria Resort & Casino, 3730 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-590-5757.
Soulbelly BBQ Introduces Several Weekday Specials
Chef Bruce Kalman at Soulbelly BBQ will host his restaurant’s very first Bluegrass Sunday brunch on July 18 from noon-3 p.m. with brunch specialties accompanied by live music from Las Vegas bluegrass band Pitchfork. In addition, the BBQ restaurant has launched several bar specials throughout the week, including happy hour Tue.-Fri. from 2-5 p.m. with $5 well drinks, cocktails and Shiner drafts and $2 Pabst Blue Ribbon; Industry Night Tuesdays from 8 p.m.-midnight (Tam cards, work IDs or food handler’s cards must be shown) with $5 smash burgers, $5 boilermakers and $5 Adios cocktails; live band karaoke with the band Hot Sauce on Wednesdays from 8 p.m.-midnight with $2 PBRs and $5 well cocktails; and Thirsty Thursdays with BOGO on Tenaya Creek Brewery’s Hefe and $5 picklebacks. Soulbelly BBQ, 1327 S Main Street, Las Vegas, NV 89104, 7024834404.
Cabo Wabo Cantina Relaunches Breakfast Menu
Cabo Wabo Cantina inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, has relaunched its breakfast menu. Available daily from 8-11 a.m., Mexican-inspired dishes, priced at $15.95, include chilaquiles con huevos with tortilla chips, shredded chicken, onions, Oaxacan cheese and sour cream topped with two eggs and red or green salsa; breakfast burrito filled with scrambled eggs, Wabo potatoes, chorizo, queso sauce and cheddar and Jack cheese, served with fresh fruit; breakfast quesadilla with scrambled eggs, bacon, avocado, pico de gallo and cheddar and Jack cheese, served with Wabo potatoes; and huevos rancheros with crispy corn tortillas, queso sauce and cheddar and Jack cheese, topped with two fried eggs and ranchero sauce, with a side of Wabo potatoes. Featured beverages include mimosas, bellinis, bloody Marys and Cabo Wabo’s signature Paradise Punch, infused with Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum, Grand Mariner, and orange, cranberry and passion fruit juice, topped with sparkling wine. Cabo Wabo Cantina, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Miracle Mile Shops, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-385-2226.
Henderson Artisan Booze District Offering Summer Passport
The Henderson Artisan Booze District Summer Passport is now available, offering free and deeply discounted deals on flights of beers, wine, spirits and other offers and incentives to explore the Booze District businesses including CraftHaus Brewery, Las Vegas Distillery, Bad Beat Brewing, Grape Expectations, Astronomy Aleworks and Vegas Valley Winery. Priced at $25, the Passport includes a five-spirits tasting from Las Vegas Distillery, a mimosa or hard cider from Vegas Valley Winery, an 8-oz. pour of your choice at Bad Beat Brewing, a three-beer flight from Astronomy Aleworks and a three-beer flight from Crafthaus Brewery. The Passport is available for purchase at any of the Booze District businesses and offers are good through July 31.
North Italia Launches All-Day Happy Hour
North Italia is launching an all-day happy hour every Monday from June 21-Sept. 6. The food deals include zucca chips ($5), bruschetta ($8), Italian meatballs ($10), margherita or cacio e pepe pizza ($10), chef’s board of meat cheese and other goodies ($15) and bottle & board—choice of pizza, bruschetta or chef 's board and a bottle of the featured red or white wine ($28). Drink specials are red and white wine ($5 a glass or $16 for a bottle), red sangria ($5 a glass or $16 for a bottle) and all beers for $5. Happy hour is also available Mon.-Fri. from 3-6 p.m. Additionally, there are 12 new cocktails hitting menus across the country, with each location adding a new cocktail to their happy hour menu, with the North Italia’s Summerlin location introducing Fig-Et About It developed by bartender Jordan Romano, featuring Bottega Bacur Gin, Nonino L’apertivo, fig shrub, fresh lemon and prosecco, priced at $10. North Italia, Rampart Commons, 1069 S. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89145, 702-507-0927.
Slater’s 50/50 Las Vegas Featured on Netflix’s Fresh, Fried & Crispy
The Las Vegas location of Slater’s 50/50’s Whale Burger is featured on an episode of Netflix’s new culinary show Fresh, Fried & Crispy hosted by Daym Drops premiering June 9. “The Whale Burger, our tribute to the secret echelon of Las Vegas high rollers, was the perfect item to share with Daym on Fresh, Fried & Crispy as it’s topped with incredible ingredients like fried lobster tail, wagyu beef and gold dusted bacon,” said Cindy Sun, co-owner and general manager of Slater’s 50/50 Las Vegas. Available only at the Slater’s 50/50 Las Vegas location, The Whale Burger, priced at $100, features a fried lobster tail, one pound of wagyu beef, three slices of gold dusted "billionaire's" bacon strips, truffle cheese, arugula, bacon jam and roasted garlic aioli sandwiched between a gold-dusted brioche bun and served with Slater’s signature fries with bacon ketchup and a 375ML bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut Champagne. Slater’s 50/50, 467 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd., Ste. 100, Las Vegas, NV 89183, 702-766-5050.
Locale Italian Kitchen Introduces Family-Style Sunday Dinners
Locale Italian Kitchen in the heart of Mountain’s Edge has launched its family-style Sunday dinners available every Sunday for dine-in service and priced at $80 (serves four). The dinner begins with oven baked garlic & mozzarella bread for the table served with housemade pomodoro sauce. The salad course includes choice of Bronx chop salad with red leaf, romaine, mixed salumi, crucolo cheese and red wine vinaigrette; Caesar with housemade Caesar dressing, romaine lettuce and housemade garlic croutons; or arugula salad with candied pistachio, lemon honey vinaigrette and parmigiano. The pasta course features rigatoni or spaghetti with Bolognese, Sunday sauceor pomodoro. Entrée choices are chicken parmigiana with house breadcrumbs, pomodoro sauce and fresh mozzarella; Anita’s meatballs with calabrese peppers, Chris Bianco’s tomato and polenta; or hanger steak (+$10) with escarole, olives and crispy polenta. The meal finishes with Locale’s signature cannolis. Locale Italian Kitchen, 7995 Blue Diamond Rd., Ste. 106, Las Vegas, NV 89178, 702-330-0404.
The STRAT Debuts Highest Happy Hour in Vegas at 108 Drinks and 108 Eats
The STRAT has introduced “Sky High Happy Hour,” at its 108 Drinks and 108 Eats in The STRAT SkyPod on the 108th floor. The new happy hour, which runs 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, features two-for-one SkyPod admission access and two-for-one cocktails, draft beer, bottle beer, wine by the glass, and well & call cocktails at 108 Drinks, complemented by floor-to-ceiling windows revealing stunning views of the Las Vegas Valley 829 feet below. In addition, happy hour bites including artisan cheese plate, house-made hummus served with taro root and sweet potato chips, fresh baked mozzarella cheese served with crostini and tomato sauce and bacon wrapped dates served with Boursin cheese, bacon and spiced jelly, will be available at 108 Eats, located directly adjacent to 108 Drinks. For more info visit here. The STRAT, 2000 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-380-7777, 800-998-6937.
Bellagio’s Petrossian Bar Debuts Caviar and Cocktails
Caviar tacos and captivating cocktail pairings are taking center stage at the Petrossian Bar, located in the casino of the Bellagio. New cocktails include Worldly Old Fashioned with Yamazaki 12-Year Japanese Whisky, WhistlePig 10-Year Whiskey, Craigelliache 13-Year Scotch, Demerara Syrup and Angostura Bitters served in a glass globe; Poof!, a concoction of Bulleit Rye, Copper & King Apple Brandy and Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth encapsulated in a glass of smoke served with duck confit croquettes; and The Bellagio Martini, the quintessential vodka-based martini featuring lemon essence for a splash of citrus. Caviar creations are caviar taco—thin and crispy potato shell filled with hamachi, lemon, chives and olive oil and topped with Daurenkie caviar; caviar pie—crème fraiche and brown butter filling upon a flaky crust garnished with green apples, lemons and flowers; and dark chocolate caviar with dark chocolate “pearls” presented with Meyer lemon gelee, fresh citrus supremes, Rose champagne sorbet and vanilla Chantilly. Petrossian Bar, Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-693-7111.
Lip Smacking Foodie Tours Adds New Tour of The Venetian and Wynn Restaurants
Lip Smacking Foodie Tours has launched its newest excursion, “Afternoon Culinary Adventures,’’ which spotlights restaurants in The Venetian and Wynn. Offered daily at 1 p.m., the 2.5-hour tour takes guests to four restaurants to enjoy more than 10 dishes. The tour, led by an expert guide who will offer insightful information about the resorts, restaurants and other landmarks along the way, begins at The Venetian with Smith & Wollensky steakhouse with its own dry-aging room and on-site butcher shop, Sugarcane raw bar grill specializing in South and Southeast Asian cuisine and Estiatorio Milos with Greek specialties and fresh seafood; and concludes across the street at the Wynn’s Cipriani for an authentic taste of Venice. The all-inclusive price is $125 per person and an optional beverage package is available for $60, for pre-selected signature drinks at three of the stops. The “Afternoon Culinary Adventures’’ is available for private and large group requests. In the future an evening, dinner-time version of this tour will be offered, as well. For more info and to book a tour visit Lip Smacking Foodie Tours.
The Front Yard Hosts Pop-up Tiki Bar
The Front Yard at Ellis Island will transform its second floor into a tiki bar with island-themed cocktails and kitschy décor from June 3-August 1. The temporary bar features a 15-foot swordfish, staff wearing tropical-themed attire and tiki-style vignettes. A special menu will feature teriyaki chicken burger, tiki quesadilla and coconut shrimp; beer cocktails; 10 island-themed specialty drinks; brunch and dinner menus such as stuffed crunch toast, salmon and lox flatbread, bacon mac and cheese and giant pretzel; and Ellis Island’s beers served in specialty glassware made specifically for the pop-up. In addition, the pop-up will feature two blackjack tables and a variety of slot machines in a lounge area located by the Terrace Bar. Hours are Sun.- Thu. 5-to 11 p.m. and 5 p.m.-midnight Fri.-Sat. The Front Yard, Ellis Island Hotel, Casino & Brewery, 4178 Koval Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-733-8901.
North Italia Introduces New Seasonal Menu
North Italia has rolled out a new menu of seasonal selections perfect for dining al fresco on its spacious outdoor dining patio. New dishes include Farmer’s Market Board—grilled asparagus, broccolini, heirloom tomato, watermelon radish, sugar snap pea, heirloom carrot, basil pesto, trinity sauce and hearth bread; tuna crudo mixed with agrumato, avocado, Castelvetrano olives, capers, pine nuts, mint and Espelette pepper; contadina salad with romaine tossed with rosemary ham, heirloom tomatoes, avocado, watermelon radish, cucumber and pickled red onion dressed in a roasted garlic vinaigrette and topped with creamy crescenza and croutons; burrata anolini—hand-crafted pasta with blistered heirloom tomatoes, basil and pecorino cheese in a traditional tomato sauce; wagyu skirt steak tagliata with grilled asparagus, arugula and red wine mushroom ragu served with creamy Cambozola polenta; and Veni Vidi Vici cocktail featuring Iwai Japanese Whisky, aromatic Amaro Montenegro, lemon, hibiscus and orange Aperitivo. The menu will be available through summer. North Italia, Rampart Commons, 1069 S. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89145, 702-507-0927.
El Dorado Cantina Launches Sunday Brunch Menu
El Dorado Cantina at Tivoli Village has launched Domingo Divertido (Sunday Funday) brunch, a Mexican twist on brunch classics. Served Sundays from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., new selections include watermelon salad with serrano honey mint dressing, heirloom tomato, toasted pistachios, queso fresco, cucumber and arugula salad ($15); tres leches French toast—cinnamon-swirl bread soaked in tres leches crema with strawberries served with Chantilly cream ($16); macho Benedict with chorizo and two poached eggs topped with cilantro chipotle hollandaise sauce, guacamole spread and Fresno chiles served with breakfast potatoes ($19); and churro Belgian-style waffle coated in a cinnamon sugar topping with fresh berries, caramel plantain sauce and Chantilly cream ($14). In addition, bottomless bloody Marys and mimosas are offered for $25. Umbrella-shaded patio seating is available in addition to indoor dining. El Dorado Cantina, Tivoli Village, 430 S. Rampart Blvd., Ste. 110, Las Vegas, NV 89145, 702-333-1112.
Steve Young has left his position as executive chef at Edge Steakhouse and Fresco Italiano at the Westgate to serve as executive chef at James Trees’ Al Solito Posto in Tivoli Village. Young grew up with a 100% Sicilian mother and grandmother who taught him to cook for his family. One of his first formative positions was working under chef Michael White at Due Mari in NJ and before opening Edge Steakhouse in 2015, cooked at The Cosmopolitan and the Mansion By Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand. “Finding the best ingredients, respecting them, keeping it simple. That’s the hallmark of great Italian food,” says Young. “I’m very excited to be working with chef James, Carlo and the whole team at Al Solito Posto. They’re all really dedicated to doing it right." Al Solito Posto, Tivoli Village, 420 S. Rampart Blvd. #180, Las Vegas, NV 89145, 702-463-6781.
Costa Di Mare at Wynn Las Vegas has closed its doors, after dinner service on July 18. The fine dining seafood restaurant helmed by chef Mark LoRusso replaced Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare in 2015 after chef Paul Bartolotta departed, and featured Italian specialties, pasta and Mediterranean seafood, including fresh-caught langoustines and a large variety of fish flown in daily from Italy. Wynn Las Vegas, which four days earlier opened its opulent Delilah fine dining supper club, has not announced a reason for the closure and it’s rumored that the space will be converted to a retail store. Costa Di Mare, Wynn Las Vegas, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, no phone.
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