Officials cited an “imminent hazard” in closing the Treasure Island restaurant with one of the best Strip views of the Formula One Grand Prix.
Johnathan L. Wright joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal as a restaurant reporter in March 2022. Before that, he covered the emerging food and drink scene in Northern Nevada, with frequent trips west to write about the California wine country. Since 2013, Johnathan has been a judge in the James Beard Foundation Awards. Johnathan is a native of Honolulu, where he attended the Punahou School. Johnathan has a B.A. in art history from Yale University and an M.A. in journalism from the University of Nevada.
An Oct. 5 event at Main St. Provision features classic and modern versions of mid-20th century dishes from casino menus and showrooms.
October also brings Oktoberfest and National Taco Day, plus an indoor tailgate experience for Raiders games.
The pub is going into the Centennial Hills neighborhood in northwest Las Vegas.
Besides two dozen cheesecake flavors, the restaurant will offer lox and eggs, deli sandwiches and a full bar.
The restaurant is famous for its futuristic architecture; its buttermilk hotcakes recipe dates to day one.
Fontainebleau Las Vegas has announced the 67-story property would have 36 bars and restaurants, publicly revealing details for the first time.
The new American spot in Summerlin is one of the most anticipated Las Vegas restaurant openings of the year.
The Las Vegas Greek Festival, celebrating 50 years, joins events with leading local chefs, vegan cooking, famous pizza and more.
In other news, a beloved local chef is getting ready to open a restaurant in Summerlin.
The new lounge, with its 9,000-square-foot terrace smack dab above the Las Vegas Grand Prix course, will be part of a a $5,500 Formula 1 ticket package.
The city also sports two more restaurants among the top 25 on Yelp’s list of Most Photographed Restaurants of the Year
The new brand, inspired by Nashville hot chicken, showcases tenders and sandwiches marinated in dry rubs.
Spicy fries, paella skewers, island noodles, boozy ice cream and more.
The Italian spot is part of the ongoing food and drink shake-up at Mandalay Bay.