March 2017

Hot Off the Grill

Attending the Los Angeles Travel & Adventure Show recently I was reminded of just how important travel is to the Food & Beverage Industry, and along these lines more Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Mar 1, 2017

Wine Talk with Alice Swift

2017 UNLVino Dom Pérignon Award of Excellence Honorees and a Chat with Martin Koleff, Consultant to Aburiya Raku Las VegasThis year, UNLVino honors three new recipients of the Dom Read more ›

Alice Swift on Mar 1, 2017

What’s Brewing

A Well Executed Beer Dinner at Tacos & Beer Last month Tacos & Beer, one of my favorite local beer-centric restaurants, partnered with one of my favorite breweries, Mother Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Mar 1, 2017

The Dorsey

The Venetian Las Vegas is rewriting the rules for Las Vegas nightlife with The Dorsey,a high-design, memorable cocktail spot for the worldly, curious and engaged.The Dorsey inspires a “devil-may-care” Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Mar 1, 2017

Chef Talk

I am a big fan of good quality beef. I love the center cuts of the animal from the loin and the rib sections. One of the great things Read more ›

Allen Asch on Mar 1, 2017

Dining Out with the Harrises

Las Vegas is a city that never slumbers and that is especially true when it is the food and beverage industry. If you can make it here in the Read more ›

Elaine & Scott Harris on Mar 1, 2017

Chef Spotlight

“I’m an Irish kid from Chicago, I specialize in Japanese food, I don’t eat spicy food but I make hot sauces. I’m kind of an anomaly in that way.” Read more ›

Leah Schmidt on Mar 1, 2017

Brett’s Vegas View

Focusing On EntertainmentLady Gaga with her global Joanne World Tour has two dates at T-Mobile Arena Aug. 11 and due to demand, Dec.16. Together again, Queen + Adam Lambert Read more ›

Jackie Brett on Mar 1, 2017

UNLV Epicurean Society

The start of the spring semester was a busy one for the Epicurean Society. Epicurean held their first ever leadership meeting, a meeting that wasn’t in place last semester. Read more ›

Kimberly Verdin on Mar 1, 2017

Cork Dorks

According to Forbes, in 2015 a mere 27% of senior management roles were held by women in the food and beverage industry worldwide. Statistics like this were one of Read more ›

Erin Cooper & Christine Vanover on Mar 1, 2017

Product Spotlight

More than just a broth, Major’s PAN-ASIAN BASE range is the perfect way to add an exotic twist to any dish. Create healthy, fun, on-trend street-worthy recipes in seconds. Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Mar 1, 2017

Bob’s Beer Bits and Sips

Reuben’s Brews Blimey That’s BitterTriple IPAThe name of this beer brings to mind the Keystone Light commercials that aired in the 1990s lambasting craft beer by depicting the bitter Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Mar 1, 2017

43rd Annual UNLVino Event

UNLVino. The name has been marked as one of the most anticipated food and beverage event that doubles as a fundraiser for the William F. Harrah College of Hotel Read more ›

Alice Swift on Mar 2, 2017

A Taste of Asia

POT TEA SOCIAL HOUSE What a great find on Rainbow for Taiwanese food. They make hot pots for one, or two can easily be shared for four people. Whether Read more ›

Shelley Stepanek on Mar 1, 2017

Food for Thought

Since spring is almost here, can Easter be far behind? Or is it the other way around? Either way, the two are as entwined as roses and Valentine’s Day, Read more ›

Les Kincaid on Mar 1, 2017

Human Resources Insights

I am hoping that I don’t sound too jaded in this article, but there are times when my faith in the good of mankind has truly wavered. If you Read more ›

Linda Westcott-Bernstein on Mar 1, 2017

The Bottom Line

Food festivals, wine festivals and the like are a quintessential part of the culinary world. In the same way that music festivals elevate each artist in attendance, food festivals Read more ›

Ben Brown on Mar 1, 2017

Whats Cooking

Top of the World Executive Chef Claude Gaty Is Living Up to His Restaurant’s Moniker by Offering Cuisine with Influences from Around the Globe. I recently stopped in to Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Mar 1, 2017

Our Picks

Late-Night SushiIt is true that Vegas loves sushi, not just a few bites either, but ALL-U-CAN-EAT SUSHI. Another thing Vegas likes, is being able to have it late night. Read more ›

Adam Rains on Mar 1, 2017

Product Review

Rao’s Specialty FoodsThe iconic Rao’s has been pleasing lovers of Italian cuisine in NYC since 1896 and was featured on our January issue cover in celebration of its Caesar’s Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Mar 1, 2017

Book Review

100 THINGS TO DO IN LAS VEGAS BEFORE YOU DIE by Laura Carroll and Adam Kealoha CauseyPart of the 100 Things to Do Before You Die book series, both Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Mar 1, 2017

Cheese Awakening

By trade, I’m an English teacher. But on the weekends these days, I make cheese. My students have picked up on this, and enjoy poking fun at my newfound Read more ›

John Rockwell on Mar 1, 2017

USBG Las Vegas

Michael LaPennaMandarin Oriental is synonymous with exclusivity. It is a stellar property with flawless service, a great view and… Michael LaPenna. Originally from New Read more ›

Adam Rains on Mar 1, 2017

Health Binge

Health Binge celebrated its grand opening on January 23. Founded by former NFL player Gerome Sapp, Health Binge’s focus is to provide healthy, ready-to-serve meals for people on-the-go. There Read more ›

Leah Schmidt on Mar 1, 2017

In Memoriam

Entertainer, Singer, TV Host, Producer, Ad Man and Restaurateur Las Vegas recently lost entertainer Tony Sacca, an energetic health conscious person, to a shockingly sudden heart attack. He was Read more ›

Jackie Brett on Mar 1, 2017