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Cathédrale, a Las Vegas incarnation of the flagship location in NYC’s Lower East Side, has debuted at ARIA Resort & Casino. Situated in the casino next to Catch, the 266-seat restaurant is a dramatic space with a theatrical and monumental ceiling installation in the main dining room, which is lined with blue leather banquettes. The Mediterranean coastal cuisine menu created by executive chef Jason Hall features whole Dover sole with lemon caper butter; 22-ounce Prime aged ribeye with rotisserie leeks and sauce vert; salt baked Mediterranean sea bass with rocket arugula, steamed potatoes and Sorrento lemon; and tableside crêpes suzette for two with orange caramel and vanilla chantilly. Complementing the cuisine is an expansive wine list and inventive takes on classic cocktails, such as The Quaternary with Ketel One vodka, Plymouth gin, Dolin dry vermouth, orange bitters, Castelvetrano olives and Kaluga caviar. Cathédrale is open daily for dinner.


• Laguna Pool House & Kitchen is now open inside Palms Place Las Vegas. Located on the 6th floor, the space features an expansive indoor lounge with open views of the pool terrace. The kitchen is helmed by chef Luke Palladino and the menu offers global fare for breakfast, lunch, happy hour light bites, a special poolside menu, dinner daily, late-night snacks and brunch on weekends. Highlights of the lunch and dinner menus include Korean fried chicken, roasted vegetable club, grilled branzino, rotisserie chicken, pork chop Milanese and smoked wagyu beef short rib. The brunch menu features items such as shrimp & grits, pastrami hash, challah French toast, sushi, seafood tower and Big John’s Son—a 24” all beef hot dog, topped with shaved prime rib Philly cheese steak, sautéed onions, peppers, mushrooms and cheese sauce, served on a bed of fries. For more information or to make a reservation, visit


Wahlburgers, the family burger restaurant of chef Paul Wahlberg and brothers Mark and Donnie Wahlberg, has opened a second Las Vegas Strip location, within The Shoppes at Mandalay Place at Mandalay Bay. The centerpiece of the menu inspired by the family’s recipes is chef Paul’s signature burgers, including the “Our Burger” made with a 1/3-pound beef burger patty, “government cheese” (a tongue-in-cheek name for their premium American cheese), lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles and Paul’s Wahl Sauce; “The O.F.D.” (stands for Originally From Dorchestah) stacked with two burger patties, Swiss cheese, bacon, sauteed mushrooms and tomato jam; and plant-based Impossible burger with smoked cheddar, lettuce, caramelized onions, housemade chili spiced tomatoes and Wahl Sauce. Other menu selections include salads, sandwiches, BBQ chicken tater tots, shakes and root beer floats. The burger restaurant now has more than 90 locations across the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Wahlburgers, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89119, 702-632-7777, 877-632-7800. 


Stanton Social Prime, a new dining concept from Tao Group and chef Chris Santos is now open at Caesars Palace. Situated adjacent to OMNIA Nightclub, the 200-seat space draws inspiration from Santos’ original restaurant in NYC, with a modern nod to Art Deco style including bold colors of ruby red, sapphire blue and gold with rich textures and patterns found in extravagant costume design. Chef Santos’ sharable dishes include French onion soup dumplings topped with Gruyère cheese; pierogies with potato, goat cheese and truffle; and yellowtail crudo with grilled pineapple, cilantro, lime and pineapple ponzu. Highlights of the entrees include Prime steaks seasoned with house dry rub, rested in a bath of Beurre de Baratte, finished with pink Himalayan salt and served with roasted black garlic. Guests can choose from a selection of sauces in vintage perfume bottles to drizzle onto their steaks, like the Eau de Poivre and Chanterelle No. 5. Stanton Social Prime, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-731-7110, 877-427-7243.

Public TV star Martin Yan has opened his first Las Vegas restaurant, M.Y. Asia, in the newly rebranded Horseshoe Las Vegas (formerly Bally’s). Situated just off of the casino, the 5,300-square-foot 150-seat restaurant includes a noodle bar; retail area featuring books, cookware and merchandise; main dining room with an exhibition kitchen with a noodle-pulling chef; and food lockers where guests can pick up their dishes from a warmed locker after ordering and paying remotely. The menu features traditional dishes from across Asia, such as shrimp lettuce cups; dim sum sampler; Thai yellow coconut curry chicken; mu shu pork tacos with Berkshire pork, cabbage, eggs and Hoisin sauce; and pan-seared Chilean sea bass marinated in Jasmine tea and with a miso ginger honey glaze. M.Y. Asia is open Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m-11 p.m. Fri.-Sun. 11 a.m.-1 a.m. RESERVE NOW! Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m-11 p.m. Fri.-Sun. 11 a.m.-1 a.m..

 Easy's Cocktail Lounge is now open within the Proper Eats Food Hall at ARIA. The speakeasy is revealed through a secret entrance near Easy Donuts. Inside are plush sofas and chairs, dark-stained oak and marble coffee tables, emerald green drapery, velvet upholstered panels, floral designs and a recessed stage on which live music is performed. The singular dining option is Beluga caviar presented on a bed of ice in a replica Fabergé egg served with house-made blinis, crème fraiche, chives, lemon wedges and two chilled glasses of Belvedere vodka. Renowned mixologist Eric Hobbie is behind the inventive, theatrical cocktail menu, such as Smoke Show with Angel’s Envy bourbon, banana liqueur, sweet vermouth and chocolate bitters shaken and strained into two glass pipes, served in a retro cigar box with smoking dry ice flowing out of an old-school ashtray along with candy cigarettes and tobacco-wrapped chocolate. Hours are Thu.-Mon. 6 p.m.-2 a.m. For more info visit


• After being open since its debut with the opening of Mandalay Bay in 1999, chef Charlie Palmer’s Aureole restaurant with its four-story wine tower and gravity-defying Wine Angels will close on April 10. After a quick rebrand, on May 3 the TV star celebrity chef brothers Michael and Bryan Voltaggio, who previously hosted pop-up dinners at Harvest at Bellagio last fall and in January, 2022, will debut Retro by Voltaggio for a one-year culinary residency as part of the resort’s plan to host “Top Chef” stars for limited residencies. The Voltaggios’ restaurant will feature a family-style and high-energy dining experience aiming to capture the tastes, sounds and feelings of the 80s and 90s. They consider chef Palmer a mentor, as they spent several years with the Charlie Palmer Collective, receiving guidance and tutelage from the award-winning chef. Chef Palmer will continue to focus on Appelation, his co-founded brand of culinary-first hotels opening in California and Idaho, in addition to his expansive portfolio of restaurants across the nation. For our reporting on the previous Votaggio brothers culinary residency click hereRetro by Voltaggio, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89119, 702-632-7777, 877-632-7800.


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• June 3, 2023
Vegas Test Kitchen, a brick & mortar location next to Fergusons Downtown, which for the past 2.5 years has provided a creative outlet for talented chefs in our community, will be closing after a farewell party. Tickets for the three-hour event from 6-9 p.m. are $40 per person and include food from six food stations with a minimum of 12 dishes. The chef lineup includes Popnpies, Down 2 Earth Plant Based Cuisine, Stay Tuned Burgers, Arepaheads, Jawgogi's and Solamente Pizza. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the chefs behind the concepts and hear their stories. There is also an open bar option for $30 per person for cocktails, beer and wine. A la carte drinks will also be available. To purchase tickets, visit Vegas Test Kitchen, 1020 E Fremont St. #120, Las Vegas, NV 89101, 725-251-2090.
• June 4, 18 and 25, July 2 and 16, August 27, September 24, October 1 and 29, November 19, December 10 and 17, 2023
The Gospel Brunch at House of Blues inside Mandalay Bay, a non-denominational, immersive celebration of gospel music, has added several dates extending to the rest of 2023 with sessions on select Sundays at 10 a.m. The all-you-can-eat brunch features live gospel music and a menu of Southern cooking including omelet and ham carving stations, biscuits & gravy, BBQ chicken, mac & cheese, cider-braised Brussels sprouts, andouille sausage & chicken jambalaya, chicken & waffles, salads, fruits, desserts and breakfast pastries; and create-your-own bloody Mary and mimosa bar. Tickets are $64.50 for adults and $37.50 for children 3-11 plus fees and can be purchased at, and the House of Blues Box Office. House of Blues, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89119, 702-632-7607.
• June 5-16, 2023
Three Square, Las Vegas’ only food bank, will convene Restaurant Week, June 5-16. More than 100 of the city’s finest restaurants will offer three-course prix fixe menus—some offering breakfast, lunch and/or dinner—at price points ranging from $20 to $80. A fixed portion of the meal’s cost will directly support Three Square and Southern Nevadans who are food insecure. Since 2007, millions of meals have been provided for those in need through funds raised during the yearly Restaurant Week. Two weeks before Restaurant Week the mobile-friendly website will provide a list of participating restaurants, menus and special promotions with the ability to search by price point, type of cuisine and location. In addition, there are several special promotions taking place at several restaurants, which are detailed on the Restaurant Week website. Restaurant owners and chefs interested in participating should contact Three Square’s Restaurant Week team at 702-909-5519 or emailing [email protected].
• June 7, 2023
Locale in Mountain’s Edge will host a four-course wine dinner featuring the gems of Northern Italy. The menu includes amuse-bouche of tempura squash blossom with Calabrian chili honey and herbed ricotta; peach and burrata salad with grilled peaches, goat cheese, thyme and aged balsamic paired with a select spritz; choice of truffled gnocchi with Morel mushrooms and summer truffles or beef cheek ravioli with braised beef cheek and Bing Cherry port wine reduction matched with Allegrini Poggio Al Tesoro Vermentino or Allegrini Valpolicella; 8 oz. Mishima wagyu and frites with blackberry-infused natural jus, chicken scarpariello with pan-seared chicken breast and spicy Italian ragout or crispy skin branzino with heirloom tomatoes and confit garlic paired with Allegrini Amarone or Jermann Pinot Grigio; and Saint Meyer panna cotta with roasted figs and burnt dessert honey or white chocolate cheesecake with Amaretto caramel sauce matched with a select Espresso Negroni. The cost is $130 per person and reservations are available between 5-8 p.m. Locale Italian Kitchen, 7995 Blue Diamond Rd., Ste. 106, Las Vegas, NV 89178, 702-330-0404.


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.


• Wynn Las Vegas Launches Min’s Test Kitchen Summer Pop-Up
Wynn Las Vegas has opened Min’s Test Kitchen, a new pop-up concept from Min Kim, executive chef of Wynn’s fine dining Mizumi Japanese restaurant. Located within Jardin and open through late September 2023 while Mizumi is closed for remodeling, the new concept encapsulates chef Kim’s diverse culinary background inspired by various countries across Asia and the Pacific where he has lived, learned and cooked. Menu highlights include a contemporary version of cod karaage with silken tofu, ice plant, dashi soy and brown rice vinegar; Japanese purebred olive wagyu made with olive-fed wagyu raised in the Kagawa prefecture of Japan; and chef Kim’s elevated take on steamed pork belly bossam served with pickled radish, lettuce and fermented soy bean.  Guests can also indulge in chef’s omakase menu, which will feature several courses and off-menu specials. Hours are 6-10 p.m. Tue.-Sat. Reservations can be made by visiting or by calling 702-770-3463. Wynn Las Vegas, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-770-7000, 1-888-320-WYNN.
• Balla Italian Soul Serving New Seasonal Dishes and Cocktails
Balla Italian Soul inside SAHARA Las Vegas has announced an array of new seasonal dishes and cocktails. The new menu additions include spring misto with butter lettuce, peas, spicy salumi and ricotta salata; grilled lamb sausage with almonds, charred eggplant, snap peas and mint; baby artichokes with alla Romana, mint and lemon; steamed mussels with pancetta, preserved lemon and green garlic butter; and rotolo pasta with rabe, green garlic, pecorino and morels. The new cocktails are The Show Girl—Tito’s Vodka, Sakura Vermouth, coconut cream and Barolo Chinato; Paloma Bianco—El Jimador Tequila, Bitter Bianco, grapefruit, agave nectar and lime; Regalita—Oxley Gin, prickly pear, Carpano Bianco, ginger beer and butterfly pea tea; and Italian Summer—Italicus Rosolio, Dry Curaçao, Lillet Blanc, lime, strawberry and sparkling wine. Balla Italian Soul is open nightly for dinner from 5 p.m. Balla Italian Soul, SAHARA Las Vegas, 2535 Las Vegas Blvd S , Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-763-6610.
• Specials at Trustworthy Brewing Company
Trustworthy Brewing Company, located at the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, is offering several specials during the month of May and beyond. On May 14, Mother’s Day, all moms will receive a free entrée with purchase of another entrée from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The NHL Playoffs special, available now through the end of the National Hockey League playoffs, offers buy one, get one draft beers for diners who are wearing NHL gear from any team. The MLB Season Special runs through the end of the Major League Baseball season, and is a $19 lunch special, which includes any burger and a draft beer, during all MLB games. Trustworthy Brewing Company, The Palazzo, Grand Canal Shoppes, 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-607-2337; 866-263-3001.
• Esther’s Kitchen Introduces New Menu Items and Cocktails
Esther’s Kitchen has unveiled new seasonal dishes and cocktails. New dishes include celery root & truffle agnolotti with red wine braised oxtail, celery and chives; rigatoni with black kale almond pesto and toasted almond breadcrumb; prosciutto + fig sourdough pizza with panna, mozzarella, gorgonzola, arugula and spicy honey; and Treviso salad with blood orange, charred date, artichoke and ricotta salata. New cocktails include She’s So Jalisco with tequila, kiwi, shiso, lime and demerara; Rosemary’s Baby with gin, Campari, Carpano Antica, smoked rosemary, lemon and egg; and Cello There with house-made limoncello, yuzu, seasonal citrus and triple sec. Esther’s Kitchen, 1130 S. Casino Center Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89104, 702-570-7864.
• Carversteak Debuts Spring Menu Items
Carversteak at Resorts World has ushered in spring with several new menu items. New starters include roasted bone marrow with salsa bacon onion jam, herb salad and parsley lime gremolata ($28); and roasted beets with Applewood-smoked bacon, beer battered onion ring, soft boiled egg and Point Reyes blue cheese ($22). New raw bar offerings are Alaskan King crab with yuzu chili butter and lemon (MP); and scallop crudo with Serrano pepper, pickled cucumber and coconut lime vinaigrette ($22). Entrees include Hudson Valley duck breast with maraschino cherry, spring onion & peas red wine jus ($56); and Midwestern 21-day wet-aged 20 oz bone-in ribeye ($84). Carversteak, Resorts World Las Vegas, 3000 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-550-2333 .
• La Mona Rosa Introduces New Happy Hour
La Mona Rosa at 6th and Fremont has launched a happy hour, offered in its bar area Fri.-Sun. from 3-5 p.m. Food specials include house fried corn chips, guacamole and morita chili roasted salsa with jalapeno for $6; jicama ceviche tostada with jicama, cucumber, cilantro, onion with guajillo dressing and salsa macha for $3; and taco de carnitas (citrus braised pork shoulder topped with chicharron salsa verde cruda and pico de gallo) or taco de pollo a la parilla (grilled chicken thigh, avocado, green onion and salsa verde tomatillo) for $3. Drink deals are select cocktails for $11 including Cerveza-rita with choice of beer, lime, agave and salt; Batanga with tequila, charanda, cola and lime; and Ranch Water with tequila, lime, topo chico, rose and salt. There are also three wines by the glass priced from $6.50-$7. La Mona Rosa, 100 S. Sixth St., Las Vegas, NV 89101, 702-600-3196.
• Absinthe Opens New Food and Beverage Options
Absinthe, the circus, comedy and burlesque show at Caesars Palace, toasted to its 12th anniversary with the unveiling of the Green Fairy Garden. Open one hour before and after each performance, the outdoor cocktail terrace surrounding the venue contains a burger stand and bars set in shipping containers. The burger stand offers three items: the No Pants Burger—two short-rib blend patties, grilled onions, American cheese, dill pickles and a secret sauce served on a brioche bun; the vegan No Burger Burger—nearly identical, but with an Impossible Burger and vegan cheese; and crunchy star-shaped No Pants Star Tots. The Pier 17 Yacht Club,named for the show’s original incarnation on the East River by the Brooklyn Bridge, is a hidden speakeasy bar with a special menu with cocktails including the Gazerac with rye, cognac, Peychauds and Absinthe; and the Tantric with mezcal, aloe, lime, cucumber and wormwood. For more info and the complete menus click here. Absinthe Green Fairy Garden, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-731-7110, 877-427-7243.
• Balla Italian Soul Offering Tasting Menu
Chef Shawn McClain’s Balla Italian Soul at the SAHARA is now open for dinner seven nights a week and is also now offering a family style tasting menu. Priced at $75 per person, the menu includes antipasti of housemade focaccia and taralli crackers, burrata with roasted peppers and tomato conserva, Caesar salad with anchovies and marinated Octopus with Calabrian pepper and white beans; housemade pastas with rigatoni with red pepper and scampi and Casarecce with seasonal tomatoes and Calabrian pepper; woodfired entrees of sea bream with Sicilian olive and capers and veal Milanese with shaved turnips and wild greens (and an optional add-on for the table of Piedmontese flatiron steak with bone marrow gremolata for an additional $42); chef’s selection of contorni (sides); and dolce of gelato with pistachio and Luxardo cherry or Nutella crunch. A sommelier’s select wine pairing is also available for $40 per person. Balla Italian Soul, Sahara Las Vegas, 2535 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-761-7619.
• Mirage Hotel & Casino Restaurants Introduce Spring Menus
The Mirage Hotel & Casino has made adjustments across the property as the spring season has arrived, including new menu items at Heritage Steak, Osteria Costa and Stack. The Heritage Steak spring menu brings a seafood focus with lobster thermidor with Parmesan, cognac and puff pastry ($32); and pistachio crusted halibut with garlic-herb puree, mushrooms and orange zest ($51). Osteria Costa spotlights flavorful vegetables in mushroom pizza with asparagus and lemon ($24); and peas & burrata with lemon vinaigrette and arugula ($18); Stack highlights spring flavors with baby spinach salad with strawberry, almond brittle and ricotta salata ($20); whiskey-baked salmon with Romesco sauce, succotash and brown sugar glaze ($44); and Chilean seabass with charred tomato consommé and basil gremolata ($49). For reservations and full menus, visit Mirage Hotel & Casino, 3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-791-7111, 800-627-6667.
• Brezza Introduces Lunch Service
Brezza at Resorts World, helmed by chef Nicole Brisson, has introduced lunch service, offered 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. daily. The coastal Italian-inspired lunch menu items include Brezza “Caesar” with anchovy vinaigrette ($22); heirloom caprese with basil pesto ($25); mortadella melt with pistachio pesto ($27); Brezza burger with house blend of wagyu, chuck & brisket topped with gorgonzola mascarpone or cheddar ($28); pan-seared skate with artichokes and peas ($42); lumache bologese—veal, beef and pork ragu ($32); panna cotta with mixed berries, orange, vanilla and shortbread cookies ($16); and torta settevelli with praline mousse, chocolate sponge and hazelnut crunch ($19). For the complete menu visit Brezza, Resorts World Las Vegas, 3000 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Ste. 115, Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-676-6014.
• Table 34 introduces New Happy Hour Menu
Table 34, which recently reopened under the ownership of Batch Hospitality Group led by industry veterans Evan Glusman and Constantin Alexander, has introduced a new happy hour menu featuring select dishes, cocktails and glasses of wine. Available in the bar area Tuesday-Friday from 4:30-6:30 p.m., selections priced at $8 each include prosciutto sandwich with tomato jam and Grana Padano cheese; meatball sliders with Grana Padano cheese and marinara sauce; pepperoni flatbread with fresh mozzarella; spicy shrimp with cherry tomatoes, Calabrian paste and roasted artichokes; and Basque fries served with a remoulade sauce. A variety of classic cocktails are $8 each, as well as select wines by the glass for $7. In addition, bottles of wine regularly priced at $100 or less are half-off all day every Wednesday, allowing guests to explore the restaurant’s list of more than 150 wines. RESERVE NOW! Table 34, 600 E. Warm Springs Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89119, 702-263-0034.
• Tailgate Social offering All-You-Can-Eat-and-Drink Wings & Beer and “Wing of Fire Challenge”
Tailgate Social Sports Bar & Grill at Palace Station has debuted Wing Wednesdays, a deal offering all-you-can-eat-and-drink wings and domestic beer. Available every Wednesday from 4-9 p.m. for $39 per person, the all-you-can-eat chicken wings come with sauce choices of Buffalo, classic BBQ, spicy Korean, lemon pepper and Jamaican jerk. The domestic draft beers offered include Bud Light, Michelob Ultra and Budweiser.
In addition, the sports bar has launched the “Wings of Fire Challenge,” a hot chicken wing competition also available from 4-9 p.m. Priced at $20 per person, challengers need to devour eight wings in eight minutes that include over 1,200,000 Scoville units combined. Winners of the challenge receive their wings for free, a commemorative T-shirt, a shout-out on Tailgate's social media channels and eternal glory on the website. 2411 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89102, 702-367-2411.
• Shake Shack offering mew menu items with white truffle oil
Generally, you can only find white truffle at fine dining restaurants, but Shake Shack is bringing the luxurious ingredient to its menu with three new menu items featuring white truffle sauce made with Regalis organic white truffle oil. The limited time menu includes:
- White Truffle Burger, fontina cheeseburger topped with white truffle sauce and crispy sweet onions;
- White Truffle ‘Shroom' Burger, crisp-fried portobello mushroom filled with melted muenster and cheddar cheeses topped with white truffle sauce and shredded lettuce;
- and Parmesan Fries with White Truffle Sauce, crinkle cuts topped with Parmesan cheese and served with white truffle sauce.
In addition, new shakes being offered are the Tiramisú Shake: Hand-spun tiramisú frozen custard with notes of coffee and creamy mascarpone, topped with whipped cream, cocoa and a ladyfinger cookie; and Dreamsicle Shake: hand-spun vanilla and blood orange frozen custard, topped with whipped cream and crushed orange candies. 3790 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 725-222-6730.


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Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa continues to add changes across the property with the announced closing of Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar, set to close after service on April 30, 2023. Hearthstone opened in 2014 and became known for its rustic American dishes cooked on the restaurant’s two wood-fire ovens and offering pizzas and rotisserie chicken, craft cocktails and an inviting outdoor patio. Clique Hospitality, the company behind Hearthstone, will offer staff positions at other Clique venues. Red Rock claims it is closing Hearthstone to make room for a yet-to-be-announced new restaurant, which will join recent new openings including Lotus of Siam, Naxos Taverna and Rouge Room. Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar, Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa, 11011 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89135, 702-797-7344.

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