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March 2022 Archive

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RESTAURANT NEWS

Openings

Las Vegas Brewing Company is now open and is the city’s newest brewery. The entrance features wall murals depicting iconic Las Vegas symbols and images, which is fitting, as co-owner Jamie Dolder is a fourth generation native Las Vegan. The kitchen is helmed by executive chef Hollin Rothmann, who has held positions at Picasso, Sage and Carson Kitchen. Her elevated taproom menu is designed to complement the house-made beers, with items including sausage board, beer cheese fondue, Pimento cheese made with the brewery’s Penny O’ Reilly’s Red Ale, spinach & artichoke flatbread, house-cured chicken wings with sweet and spicy citrus glaze and pretzel bread pudding with salted caramel sauce. The beer is crafted by local brewing legend Dave Otto, who previously brewed at Holy Cow!/Big Dog’s and PT’s Brewing. Currently the core beers are a West Coast IPA, Hazy IPA, Blonde Ale, Irish Red, Irish Stout, Light Lager and a rotating Sour Ale. Las Vegas Brewing Company, 3101 N Tenaya Way, Las Vegas, NV 89128, 702-333-4858.
 
Nacho Daddy has returned to Henderson, where it all started. Originally on S. Eastern, the new location is in the expanding area on St. Rose Pkwy just east of Raiders Way and is the 6th location joining three others in Las Vegas, one in Salt Lake City and another in Atlanta. The 4,500-square-foot restaurant features indoor and outdoor seating, 14 high-def TVs, rustic brick walls, a wraparound bar, neon art, a live scorpion tank and an open kitchen. Signature gourmet nachos include filet mignon, vegan chick’n, lobster & crab, Thai chicken and spicy shrimp. There are also traditional Mexican-American favorites of flaming fajitas, Mexi-Cobb salad and several varieties of tacos, enchiladas and burritos; all-day breakfast; and a vegan menu. Complementing the fare are margaritas like the Daddy’s Original with 100% Weber Blue Agave Reposado, triple sec & house-made sweet & sour; and Nacho Daddy beers made by local Bad Beat Brewing.
 
Chef Bobby Flay has opened a third location of his fast-casual quick service brand, Bobby’s Burgers, at Paris Las Vegas. Situated in the Le Boulevard area, the menu features Flay’s signature burgers such as the Crunchburger topped with American cheese and potato chips; Bobby Blue + Bacon Burger topped with blue cheese sauce and bacon; Nacho Burger drizzled in hot queso and pickled jalapeños; and Bobby’s Veggie Burger with barbecue mushrooms, chickpeas, quinoa, lettuce and tomato. Side options include fries with a variety of toppings and dipping sauces and creamy milkshakes (including vanilla bean, dark chocolate, cookies + cream, strawberry and pistachio). Additionally, Bobby’s Burgers offers new breakfast menu items, including cinnamon maple oatmeal with Greek yogurt, dried cranberries and toasted pecans; and breakfast burrito with soft scrambled eggs, bacon, American cheese, avocado, Bobby’s sauce and potato chips served inside a whole wheat tortilla. Bobby’s Burgers, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-946-7000, 888-266-5687.
 

News Bytes

SAHARA Las Vegas Announces Exclusive Limited-edition Whiskey Label
SAHARA Las Vegas is debuting its new exclusive whiskey label in partnership with Rare Character Whiskey Co. The extremely rare IRT-23/BG#38 barrel—never released before and never to be released again—is a five-year high-rye, straight bourbon aged in TN and bottled in Bardstown, KY. “This distinctive high-rye bourbon is one of Rare Character Whiskey Co.’s finest small batch selections,” said Nate Hedlund, director of beverage, SAHARA Las Vegas. “It’s distilled in the same style pioneered by bourbon legend Jim Rutledge, who worked in the bourbon industry for more than 50 years.” The limited-edition SAHARA high-rye bourbon barrel is available at Chickie’s & Pete’s Crabhouse and Sports Bar, CASBAR Lounge and The Tangier while supplies last. In addition,SAHARA Las Vegas will have another barrel release of Rare Character Whiskey Co.’s straight Kentucky rye whiskey in the coming months. SAHARA Las Vegas, 2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-761-7000.
 
NoMad Bar Resumes Weekend Brunch
NoMad Bar within NoMad Las Vegas at Park MGM has resumed its weekend brunch, served Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Served in the main dining room or al fresco on the adjacent patio, the brunch features live music from a rotating list of artists. The menu includes truffle chicken sandwich for two with black truffle and foie gras; smoked salmon tarte topped with crème fraiche, trout roe and an ‘everything’ crumble which can be upgraded with up to thirty grams of caviar and blinis; breakfast burrito with suckling pig, eggs, potatoes, spinach and chile de arbol; short rib hash with a poached egg and shallot marmalade; and lobster Benedict topped with a tarragon and brown butter sabayon. Libations sharable for up to eight people and bottomless bubbles are also available, with a selection of fresh-pressed juices including orange, peach, mango and pineapple grapefruit. NoMad Bar, Nomad Las Vegas, 3770 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-730-6785.
 
El Luchador Mexican Kitchen + Cantina Launches Weekend Brunch
El Luchador Mexican Kitchen + Cantina has introduced a new brunch menu available Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at both of its locations. The menu reflects chef Aaron Bryan’s twists on Mexican cuisine staples thanks to his SoCal roots. Current brunch specials (subject to change), include chorizo burrito with flour tortilla, chorizo, eggs, potatoes, onions and peppers served with fruit ($13.99); sopes Benedict—traditional sopes with choice of meat, poached eggs, chipotle hollandaise and breakfast papas ($13.99); breakfast sandwich—Telera bread topped with chipotle aioli, choice of meat, egg, cheese and fresh guacamole served with fruit ($11.99); and chef’s brunch special with rotating offerings such as churro French toast, breakfast torta, skillets and huevos rancheros. In addition, on Mondays margaritas are half off with signature renditions such as the El Luchador with silver tequila, lime juice and organic agave nectar. El Luchador Mexican Kitchen + Cantina, 7825 Blue Diamond Rd. #101, Las Vegas, NV 89178, 702-260-8709.
 
ONE Steakhouse Introduces Wine and Shellfish Happy Hour
ONE Steakhouse at Virgin Hotels, from restaurateur brothers Michael and David Morton, has launched an upscale happy hour for wine lovers. Available at the bar Sun.-Thu. from 5-7 p.m., offered are half off a rotating list of hand selected wines chosen by wine director Anthony Ramirez, including high-end labels. In addition, a petite shellfish platter featuring a premium selection of shrimp, oysters and crab, is $25. The luxury steakhouse is open daily at 5 p.m. One Steakhouse, 4455 S. Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89169, 702-522-8111.
 
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Offering Three-course Wine Pairing Menu
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is offering its Spring Vine & Dine, a three-course menu paired with three organically grown wines from Long Meadow Ranch. Priced at $90 per person and available through June 15, courses are macadamia citrus salad with arugula, crispy watermelon radish, toasted macadamias, shaved parmesan and citrus vinaigrette paired with Long Meadow Ranch Chardonnay; trio of tournedos of beef, succulent butter-poached lobster and a seasonal vegetable with ratatouille accompanied by spring pea puree matched with Long Meadow Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon and Long Meadow Ranch Pinot Noir; and Dreamy Espresso Delight—chocolate espresso semifreddo with accents of vanilla, cocoa chili crumble and tart strawberry coulis and house made pistachio brittle or chocolate truffle. For more info and to make a reservation visit here. Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Town Square, 6515 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119, 702-407-0019.
 
Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar Spices Up Mondays with Dinner for Two and Half-off Wine
Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa is spicing up Monday nights with a three-course prix-fixe menu for two priced at $50 and half-off bottles of wine. The three-course dinner rotating options include beef and pork meatballs; apple and quinoa salad; hearth-roasted chicken paillard with seasonal vegetables, potato puree and truffle au jus; chicken or shrimp pasta rosé with sun dried tomato and roasted garlic cream sauce; shrimp risotto with pan-seared jumbo shrimp, roasted butternut squash risotto and heirloom tomatoes; seared scallops with spring pea and asparagus risotto, heirloom tomatoes and citrus vinaigrette; and butterscotch pudding and cookies or cranberry orange pudding for dessert. The meal can be paired with half-off bottles of red, white and sparkling wines. To reserve click here or call 702-797-7344. Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar, Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa, 11011 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89135, 702-797-7344.
 
Piero’s Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Special Four-course Menu
Piero’s Italian Cuisine will toast to its 40th anniversary and longstanding history with a specialty four-course prix fixe menu, available Tuesday, March 15 through Tuesday, March 22. Priced at $90 per person, courses are choice of spaghetti with mussels and clams, fried calamari or house made ravioli; choice of pasta e fagiolo soup or Caesar or Piero’s house salad; entrée choice of spaghetti and meatballs, linguine and clams, penne vodka with pancetta, veal parmesan, pollo Carciofi with artichoke hearts, eggplant parmigiana, Glory Bay salmon or classic osso buco (served the same way since 1982: a 26-ounce, slow-braised veal with pan sauce served with house made fettuccine); and dessert with options including choice of custard filled profiteroles and a cannoli. Piero’s Italian Cuisine, 355 Convention Center Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-369-2305.
 

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