We’re heading to Frontierland for some nachos now.
Because you can do better than the drive-thru.
Dine Poolside in Las Vegas
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While the espresso offers a welcome touch of bitterness, the French Kiss Martini at The Palm is really more a dessert than a cocktail.
Step away from the stove and go full-on alfresco with our no-cook summer spread.
Just imagine if your something blue was sweet to look at and edible, too.
Turn trusted Southern Living recipes into easy and delicious wedding favors.
Forget hot dogs, hamburgers, steaks and chops. If you want to treat your family and friends this summer, whip up a backyard paella.
How to Cook Lobster Tails
Just a few years ago, the hottest underground event in the local food world was the Back of the House Brawl, a series of late-night cooking competitions at Tommy Rocker’s on Dean Martin Drive, which challenged top chefs to cook with bizarre ingredients on cramped food trucks.
Everything you ever wanted to know about blue crab is here—from what blue crabs eat to survive to the shocking number of eggs female crabs release at one time.
Garnita Rosamontworked as a casino dealer for nearly 15 years. Now she’s dealing in caffeine at her new coffee shop, Chess House Cafe.
Vianney Rodriguez, the South Texas food blogger behind Sweet Life, cools off with her paletas made with fresh Texas peaches, Cointreau, and plenty of tequila.
Acai bowls are a common sight on Instagram these days: perfectly-designed dishes of layered fruit and granola on top of blended frozen berries, drizzled in honey and sprinkled with granola, coconut chips or chia seeds.
While the name is taken from an AC/DC song, this Sand Dollar Lounge drink is, in fact, pink, and quite easy to sink.
With just a handful of ingredients—and a splash of spirits—you can turn everyday seltzer water into an effervescent sensation.
You’ll love cookbook author and entertaining pro Rebecca Lang’s go-to recipes for warm-weather entertaining and the why-didn’t-we-think-of-that(!) essentials she packs in her beach cooler.
Your guests will have to loosen the belt buckles after a serving of one of these delicious fall cakes.
Because if there’s anything that unites us, it’s po’boys and hot browns.
Another reason to love your cast-iron skillet.
Sunday is National Ice Cream Day, which falls smack dab in the middle of National Ice Cream Month. And with temperatures forecast to continue in the triple digits through the weekend, it couldn’t come at a better time.
Downtown’s Carson Kitchen is preparing for an expansion.
And they’re all five ingredients or less.
Located in a neighborhood strip mall, The Sushi is true to its name with a menu that includes a long list of rolls.
This New Orleans novelty is more than taffy.
Van-Alan Nguyen has brought his passion for craft beer to his new restaurant, 595 Craft and Kitchen, in the Spanish Trails neighborhood. It opened June 16 and features more than 25 mostly local beers on draft, a craft cocktail list and an Asian-fusion bar menu inspired by Nguyen’s Vietnamese heritage.
Make a big splash with your weekend crowd with these no-fuss dinners.
End your whole-fish phobia with this burnished branzino dressed with chermoula, a pungent Moroccan herb sauce that’s equally enticing on roast chicken or veggies.
Merely walking into Zuma doesn’t provide much of a hint at the sort of food served there.
For the prettiest table.
Chef Yuji Haraguchi serves and stands by “Mottainai” – the Japanese concept of avoiding waste – and makes it known at his restaurant in New York by throwing away as little as possible.
Downtown hotspot Carson Kitchen, which recently celebrated its third anniversary, is preparing to expand.
This drink at Sparrow + Wolf on Spring Mountain Road was inspired by the thought of a cranky old man smoking a cigar on his front porch, yelling at neighborhood kids.
It’s not a ball game without a hot dog, but this adds another American favorite to the equation.
So simple, yet oh so delicious.
Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar sits at the north end of Downtown Summerlin, 1725 Festival Plaza Drive.
South Korean barista Lee Kang-bin is taking coffee art to the next level, creating miniature imitations of famous paintings on foamy cups of java at his central Seoul cafe.
In the heart of Las Vegas’ Chinatown, nestled between karaoke bars, foot spas and sushi restaurants, is new addition Indian Curry House.
A first-timer’s guide to drinking in the Crescent City.
Sheridan Su and his wife Jenny Wong are headed downtown. A second location of their popular Flock & Fowl on Sahara Avenue is set to open in the Ogden sometime this fall.
Mundo at Mingo owner Mingo Collaso at one point had his plate full operating Mundo, an upscale Latin food restaurant at World Market Center, and Mingo, a bar with American comfort food in the Arts District.
What better way to welcome warmer months than with a picnic, complete with homemade breads and baked goods made from scratch?
The always-fluid downtown dining scene is seeing a few more changes.
When Americans think of summer, a few standbys come to mind: Baseball games, fireworks shows and hot dogs.
It has all the furnishings of a classic drugstore soda fountain—a large marble counter, bright red spinning stools and gooseneck soda flavor spouts.
Cast iron meets the grill to create some fabulous meals.
Because life is full of sweet little surprises…
You could go with a basic bottle of water, but we’ve got three super-easy, very pretty ways to jazz up your thirst quencher.
A themed summer party can be just the ticket to ensure your summer celebration has everyone clamoring to be on the guest list for your next big event.
At many of the breakfast-and-lunch spots that have cropped up in Southern Nevada the past few years, Hawaiian flavors are included on the menus.
From Bandito, the new Hughes Center Mexican spot, comes El Cazo, a summertime rum-based cocktail accented with flavors of grapefruit, orange juice and orange liqueur.