Food & Drink
This holiday season, treat your friends and family to a holiday feast they won’t soon forget courtesy of the executive chef at the Stratosphere Hotel, Casino & Tower, Rick Giffen.
Mini is major when you are looking for trending desserts. Craving a cronut, desiring to sink your teeth into a buttercream-frosted mini cupcake or dying for a dessert pop or real French pastry? You can find it all in Las Vegas.
Unlike most places, there are plenty of restaurants open on Thanksgiving in Las Vegas, so why not let one of the city’s celebrated chefs do the cooking for you? Here’s a look at five mouthwatering menus sure to leave taste buds (and tired moms) giving thanks.
Las Vegas offers la creme de la creme of milkshakes at a number of locations. You can find these delectable treats hidden in a desert oasis, at various casinos around town, in small diners/burger joints and even at a 24/7 sports book.
Many bakeries and stores offer pumpkin-based products throughout the year, but come autumn, there’s a wealth of treats available that may just have that special seasonal flavor you crave.
Fall is a great time to relax with a cocktail or two. Pop into these local bars to see what they have brewing for fall.
Las Vegans are lucky to have a number of resources, shops and clubs that will help you be your own brewmeister, offering ingredients, supplies and expert advice to make your first batch the best.
Kim Barbouin, author of the Skinny Bitch series, shares her favorite vegan sweets recipes so you can bake up a storm.
Here we discuss the top five delectable locations that are just perfect for those pre-show munchies.
Next time you’re thirsting for a quality cup of coffee, skip Starbucks and try some locally roasted beans instead. These five businesses are known for always serving the perfect locally roasted brew—one sip and you’ll never look at coffee chains the same way again.