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Updated: 2017-12-11T13:00:01-08:00

 



Where To Celebrate Hannukah in Las Vegas

2017-12-11T13:00:01-08:00

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Eat well while honoring the Festival of Lights

HARD ROCK HOTELMB Steak celebrates Hanukkah with a dinner specials from Tuesday, Dec. 12, through Wednesday, Dec. 20. Seared Colorado lamb chop sirloin will be served with toasted barley, escarole, potato-carrot latkes, roasted garlic gremolata and currant lamb jus, available for $49. Wine director and sommelier, Mark Hefter, suggests pairing a cabernet blend, Chappellet, Mountain Cuvve, Napa Valley 2015, with the meal. MB Steak’s full menu, featuring a wide selection of premium steaks, savory sides and decadent desserts, will also be available. [EaterWire]

SUNCOASTSt. Tropez Buffet serves a Hanukkah menu from Tuesday, Dec. 12, to Wednesday, Dec. 20. The buffet will be serving gefilte fish, stuffed cabbage, tzimmes, kugel, potato latkes, honey bundt cake, beef brisket, smoked whitefish and matzo ball soup. [EaterWire]

WYNN LAS VEGASLa Cave Wine & Food Hideaway celebrates the Festival of Lights with a Hanukkah dinner and festive cocktail, available Tuesday, Dec. 12, through Wednesday, Dec. 20. La Cave serves crispy duck breast with sweet potato latkes and purple potatoes for $21. The restaurant also reintroduces its Hanukkah cocktail, Eight Crazy Nights, made with Blue Curacao, Liquor 43, crème de menthe and egg whites, available for $16. [EaterWire]

WESTSIDEHoney Salt celebrates Hanukkah Dec. 12-20 with crisp potato latkes with apple sauce and sour cream for $10; matzo ball soup for $9; slow-roasted short rib with honey-glazed carrots, tzimmes, and fingerling potatoes for $29; Mary’s organic chicken breast with grilled asparagus and onion jus for $27; and Hanukkah doughnuts for $8. Nab the entire meal (one of each appetizer and entree) for $42. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN SUMMERLINAndiron Steak & Sea celebrates Hanukkah Dec. 12-20 with crisp potato latkes with apple sauce and sour cream for $10; matzo ball soup for $9; Grandma Rose’sslow-roasted brisket with honey-glazed carrots, tzimmes, and roasted potatoes for $31; Mary’s organic chicken breast with grilled asparagus and onion jus for $27; and Andiron jelly doughnuts for $9. Order the entire meal (one of each appetizer and entree) for $45. [EaterWire]

Las Vegas Holiday Restaurant and Bar Guide [ELV]




Where To Dine on Christmas Day in Las Vegas

2017-12-11T12:00:02-08:00

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The ultimate guide to dining on Christmas Day in Las Vegas

With Christmas on the horizon, it's time to think about where to dine for the holiday. If dirtying up dishes and coming up with a menu aren't on your agenda, consider one of these 94 restaurants offering up Christmas dinners. Keep in mind, this list is in no way comprehensive, and most casinos are open on Christmas, meaning you can probably head to any resort to find a meal.

Restaurants are listed from north to south.




Shake Shack Invades the Premium Outlets Next Week

2017-12-11T11:00:01-08:00

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Yes, chili dishes make the menu

The Shake Shack invasion of Las Vegas continues with a fifth location, now set to open on Wednesday, Dec. 20, at 11 a.m. at the Las Vegas North Premium Outlets. The high-profile location puts it at 905 S. Grand Central Pkwy. right by the Brooks Brothers Factory Outlet and on the opposite side of the mall from The Cheesecake Factory.

Like other locations, this one features what it dubs a “modern day roadside burger stand” that uses 100 percent all-natural, antibiotic-free Angus beef burgers, chicken, griddled flat-top dogs, frozen custard, crinkle cut fries, beer, wine and more.

The menu here also includes chili-themed dishes including the chili cheeseburger, chili cheese dog, and chili cheese fries. Diners can also score an off-the-menu bowls of chili.

The Las Vegas North Premium Outlets outpost plans to have frozen custard concretes in Shack Attack with chocolate custard, fudge sauce, and chocolate truffle cookie dough; Mast Brothers Shake Shack dark chocolate chunks and topped with chocolate sprinkles; Coffee Toffee made with vanilla custard, coffee marshmallow sauce, chocolate toffee and chocolate sprinkles; and Pie Oh My with vanilla custard and a slice of Four & Twenty Blackbirds seasonal pie.

This location plans to donate 5 percent of sales from its Pie Oh My concrete to Three Square Food Bank.

The Las Vegas North Premium Outlets Shack uses recycled and sustainable materials in its decor, including booths made from lumber certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, and table tops will made from reclaimed bowling alley lanes.

Shake Shack also has locations at Downtown Summerlin, The District at Green Valley Ranch, New York-New York, and inside T-Mobile Arena.

Everybody Panic: The Burger Wars Continue in Las Vegas with Shake Shack, In-N-Out Expansions [ELV]

All Coverage of Shake Shack [ELV]




Events: An Ugly Sweater Party, Winter Soiree and a Community Festival

2017-12-11T11:00:00-08:00

All the local food and drink events a food lover will actually want to attend Eater Vegas’ events roundup provides a weekly curated rundown of the most interesting and engaging local dining and drinking festivals, classes, workshops, dinners and more. Published every week, this is your stop for all the happenings that are actually worthy of your time in Las Vegas. Every week, Eater Vegas editors weed through tips, emails and listings to bring you the most essential food-related happenings — each and every event listed here is a personal recommendation from an Eater editor, hand-selected because of its intriguing menu, above-the-bar cuisine or drink, or exceptional chef and restaurant involvement. The focus is on events taking place in the next three months, as well as upcoming affairs you’ll want to make reservations or buy tickets for stat (before they sell out). Food and drink events are listed in chronological order. For special one-off dinners, head here. Have an event you’d like listed here? Send it our way at vegas@eater.com. SATURDAY, DEC. 14 Ugly Sweater Party at PKWY Tavern What: This season, PKWY Tavern hosts an ugly sweater party for a cause. Those who drop off winter coats and sweaters to any PKWY Tavern location will receive one free drink ticket which can be redeemed at the party. Details: The ugly sweater party will be held at PKWY Tavern’s Flamingo location at 7 p.m. Coat and sweater donations can be dropped off at any PKWY Tavern location before Dec. 14. Donations will be given to the Las Vegas Salvation Army. Website Silverton Casino’s Winter Wonderland SATURDAY, DEC. 14-30 Silverton Casino’s Winter Wonderland What: Silverton Casino hosts a month-long celebration of all things Christmas complete with holiday themed drinks, award-winning food vendors, light displays and carnival rides. Details: The Winter Wonderland is open every day until the end of December. Tickets are $6 in advance or $7 at the door for one day, or $25 in advance or $30 at the door for all dates of the event. Children 48 inches and under are free. Additional details can be found on the Winter Wonderland website. SATURDAY, DEC. 15 Winter Wonderland Party at Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant What: ’Tis the season for holiday parties. Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant at Downtown Summerlin is getting in on the festive fun with a night of winter cocktails, acoustic music and giveaways. Participants can order drinks — including the Scrooge’s S’mores Cheertini made with marshmallow vodka, chocolate liqueur and a graham cracker rim — and step into a photo booth for the holiday portraits. Details: The party beings at 5 p.m. and continues on until closing. Entry is free and is open to adults and children alike. Seating is first come, first serve. Facebook FRIDAY, DEC. 15 Vice on Ice at The Ice Rink What: Each winter, the pool deck at the the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is transformed into a frosty wonderland featuring a skating rink and campfire-inspired cocktails. This year, the ice rink hosts this special charity event featuring a set from resident DJ Vice, cocktails and ice skating. Guests can rent skates for free and later head to Marquee Nightclub sans the entrance fee in exchange for a donation to the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth. Details: This event takes place from 7 to 10 p.m. Guests should bring an item from the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth’s wish list to receive free skate rental. Facebook Public Works Coffee Bar SATURDAY, DEC. 16 Gingerbread House Class with Mad Batter Cafe & Bakery What: Public Works Coffee Bar and Mad Batter Cafe & Bakery host a gingerbread house class. Attendees can purchase a locally made gingerbread house to decorate. Children can drink caramel apple cider while adults sip mimosas. Details: The class will be held at Public Works Coffee Bar in Henderson from 1 to 3 p.m. The gingerbread house kit c[...]



A Guide to Nine Special Dinners in Las Vegas

2017-12-11T10:00:00-08:00

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Pencil these dinners in

Las Vegas restaurants are fond of putting together special dinners that might highlight a spirit, a wine or even a style of cooking. To keep those dinners on your radar, meet the dining calendar of special dinners, updated as frequently as the dinners pop up. As always, call or click on the web address to make a reservation.

Note: Restaurants are listed in alphabetical order. See something missing or have a special dinner coming up? Hit up the tipline.




The Biggest Stories on Eater Vegas Last Week

2017-12-11T09:00:00-08:00

Readers ate up hot new restaurants, the Eater Awards winners and a very first look inside Bavette's. 1. The 11 Hottest Restaurants in Las Vegas Right Now, December 2017Where should I eat right now?2. Eater Awards 2017: Announcing the Las Vegas WinnersAnnouncing this year’s best new restaurants and more.3. New Restaurants To Try in Las Vegas Right NowKeeping track of the smaller restaurants that open.4. A Guide to 15 Special Dinners in Las VegasPencil these dinners in.5. Lotus of Siam Ready To Make a ComebackThe venerable restaurant shut down in September after the roof collapsed.6. Everything To Know About the Park MGMRestaurants, bars, big changes and more.7. What To Order at The Steakhouses of Las VegasYour guide to 25 steakhouses in Las Vegas.8. Las Vegas Dining 101: A Guide for Eating and Drinking in Sin CityEverything you need to know about feeding yourself, from classic cheap eats to essential splurges, in Las Vegas.9. A Guide to The Restaurants in Downtown Las Vegas' Fremont EastFind out where to find good food in the entertainment district.10. A First Look Inside Bavette’sThe new steakhouse at the Monte Carlo features chic and sultry decor, plus a secret speakeasy. Barbara Kraft Costa di Mare Dec. 4 1. Vote for Las Vegas’ Restaurant of the YearWhich restaurant in the Las Vegas will come out on top?2. Vote for Las Vegas’ Chef of the YearWhich chef really stood out in 2017?3. Vote for Las Vegas’ Most Stunning Restaurant of the YearWhich local restaurant is 2017’s stone cold stunner?4. Great Cheap Eats All Over Las VegasTry these 27 restaurants when cash is low.5. Vote for the Bartender of the Year in Las VegasWhich local bar is the winner?6. Where To Eat Brunch in Las Vegas — December 2017Make plans for the weekend.7. Where To Drink in Las Vegas Right Now — November 2017The ultimate guide to drinking in Las Vegas.8. Updating the Temporary Winter Closures at Mandalay BayCheck if your favorite restaurant is open next month.9. The Biggest Restaurant Openings in Las Vegas in 2018Looking ahead to next year.10. Vote for the Saddest Restaurant Closing of 2017 in Las VegasWhich of these restaurants do you miss the most? Barbara Kraft The Country Club Nov. 22 1. Wynn Closes a Favorite Steakhouse in 2018Plus, chef shuffles galore at Sinatra, Tableau, Lakeside and more.2. Two More Restaurants Close in Las VegasThe brutal year for restaurants continues.3. 15 Neighborhood Gems To Explore in Las VegasTry a locals’ favorite restaurant.4. Las Vegas Dining 101: A Guide for Eating and Drinking in Sin CityEverything you need to know about feeding yourself, from classic cheap eats to essential splurges, in Las Vegas.5. Chef Bryce Shuman OUT at PrimroseOnly bar and lounge service for the next four weeks.6. A Guide to 11 Special Dinners in Las VegasPencil these dinners in.7. Pizza, Pita, Pops and Wings to Fashion ShowUpdating the casual dining headed to the Strip mall.8. Must-Eat Udon Noodles Arrive in ChinatownCafe Sanuki delivers authentic Japanese noodles, and they’re cheap.9. Yasiknara Expands from L.A. to Las VegasA new import from Koreatown to Chinatown.10. Every Restaurant and Bar That Closed in Las Vegas in 2017Keeping tabs on the shutter. MGM Resorts Nov. 20 1. Two More Restaurants Close in Las VegasThe brutal year for restaurants continues.2. The Mirage Lands a New Italian Restaurant, Opening in 2018Osteria Costa brings a taste of the Amalfi Coast.3. This French Restaurant Serves Its Last Meal on New Year’s EveThe restaurant closes after a 16-year run in Las Vegas.4. Where To Eat at McCarran International Airport (LAS) — Fall 2017Your comprehensive guide to every restaurant and bar at McCarran.5. Where To Order Takeout for Thanksgiving in Las VegasNine ways to get out of cooking.6. Updating the Progress at Lotus of SiamAnd the future of the Commercial Center restaurant.7. A [...]



Las Vegas Holiday Restaurant and Bar Guide

2017-12-10T14:00:00-08:00

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Keep family, friends and even yourself entertained during the holidays in Las Vegas.

Whether entertaining guests from out of town, visiting Las Vegas for the holidays or just taking in the scene on your own, these guides can help navigate what's happening.




A Handy Guide to Hot Dogs in Las Vegas

2017-12-10T11:00:00-08:00

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Where to satisfy this childhood favorite dish in Las Vegas

Hot dogs are one of the simple pleasures in life. Keep them simple with ketchup for the kids or go over-the-top fancy for the food snob. Las Vegas has its fair share of hot dogs from Chicago, Detroit and even Los Angeles. Dog Haus and Pink's Hot Dogs from Los Angeles, and American Coney Island from Detroit and Windy City Beef N Dogs make the list, along with local favorites The Steamie Weenie in Henderson, Cheffini's in Downtown Las Vegas at the Container Park and gourmet versions at Haute Doggery at The Linq.

Here, a look at 14 of the most famous hot dogs in Las Vegas, all suitable for a casual bite of a childhood favorite.

Each restaurant is listed in alphabetical order. See something missing? Drop it in the comments, start a forum post showing your love or hit up the tipline.




The Essential Las Vegas Sushi Restaurants

2017-12-10T10:00:00-08:00

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Where to eat sushi in Las Vegas

Despite being in the middle of the desert, Las Vegas sure knows how to source its sushi. And we’re not talking all you can eat. Quality sushi is just that. You should eat it without chopsticks. You should forgo dousing it in soy sauce (did you really just want rice soaked in soy sauce?). And you should try freshwater types of sushi whenever you can. Here, 18 of the essential sushi restaurants in Las Vegas where you can find some of the best fish you will ever wrap your mouth around. Go to the Strip for sushi at Yellowtail, Morimoto, Nobu or Tao Asian Bistro, or find some of the best sushi in the world at Yui Edomae or Kabuto.

All restaurants are listed in alphabetical order. See something missing? Drop it in the comments, start a forum post showing your love or hit up the tipline.

Want to find sushi happy hours? We have a map for that here.

Want sake with your sushi? Go here.

Note: Restaurants are listed in alphabetical order. See something missing or want to add your favorite? Drop it in the comments, or hit up the tipline.

—Additional reporting by Agnes Poliquin.




Every Restaurant and Bar That Opened in Las Vegas in 2017

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Big and small restaurants alike

Keep track of all the new restaurant and bar openings