April 2015

Hot Off the Grill

CALIFORNIA PIZZA KITCHEN OPENS ITS NEWEST CONCEPT IN DOWNTOWN SUMMERLIN featuring a full designated bar area, signature cocktails, outdoor dining and unique entrees, in a beautiful new location. With Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Apr 1, 2015

For the Love of the Craft

I rsquo;ve said it before, it’s a great time to be a bartender; especially now, and especially here in Las Vegas. We are one of the world beverage epicenters Read more ›

Adam Rains on Apr 1, 2015

What’s Brewing

Beer of the MonthOne of my all time favorite beers, locally-brewed Tenaya Creek Brewery Old Jackalope, is hard to resist when you see it on the shelf, for its Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Apr 1, 2015

Nevada Restaurant Association

High school students from across the state were recognized for their outstanding performance in culinary and management at the Nevada ProStart Invitational that was held Feb. 25-26 at Le Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Apr 1, 2015

West Eats East

Before talking more about “burger and sushi” here, let’s see how our American food and beverages are doing over there in Japan. Seventy years ago when Japan was Read more ›

K. Mike Masuyama Ph.D. on Apr 1, 2015

Food for Thought

As spring nudges its way forward, some of us are left with an unpleasant souvenir of winter—an extra “layer.” Though that winter coat might have kept us warm through Read more ›

Les Kincaid on Apr 1, 2015

PR Spotlight

“Great work. Many new customers stopped by after reading the article and it was a busy weekend. This article helped get the word out that we are open. Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Apr 1, 2015

Chef Talk

Being an East Coaster I was raised with bagels being the most prominent bread that we ate. Being raised in New Jersey we had good bagels but not Read more ›

Allen Asch on Apr 1, 2015

Green Restaurant Association

New York City has banned polystyrene foam, aka Styrofoam™. It is the latest environmental law affecting the restaurant industry. There are hundreds of environmental laws around Read more ›

Michael Oshman on Apr 1, 2015

Lazy Dog

Lazy Dog obtained its concept from Owner Chris Simms, who while vacationing in Jackson Hole, WY saw a dog lying by a fireplace and thought, “I wish everyone could Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Apr 1, 2015

What’s Cooking

Bistro 57 at Aliante Offering Fine Dining at Casual Prices Named in honor of the 57th Wing of the US Air Force stationed at Nellis Air Force base, this Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Apr 1, 2015

Up Front and Personal

It’s becoming less frequent that we come across a true Las Vegas native. A person who was not only born and raised here but can proudly share the stories Read more ›

Heidi Rains on Apr 1, 2015

Good for Spooning

Vom Fass Comes to the Las Vegas StripGerman based Vom Fass stores have finally made it to Las Vegas! Vom Fass has only two dozen stores nationwide, and store Read more ›

LeAnne Notabartolo on Apr 1, 2015

Brett’s Vegas View

Entertainment HappeningsSuzanne Somers of Three’s Company fame opens her residency at Westgate in May. MJ LIVE Michael Jackson tribute show formerly at Rio opened at the Stratosphere Theater with Read more ›

Jackie Brett on Apr 1, 2015


There are many things to look forward to during springtime in Las Vegas: the beautiful, 80 degree days, St. Patrick’s Day, spring break, blooming flora and fauna, and I’m Read more ›

Alice Swift on Apr 1, 2015

Product Spotlight

Executive Development Chef of Major Products Chris Enright recently volunteered at Discovery Charter School in Newark, New Jersey to teach a group of 8-12 year olds how to cook.Chris Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Apr 1, 2015

Easter Brunches and Sweet Things for the Holiday

The DELANO has a great spot called Della’s Kitchen. They will be featuring Country Breakfast, with house-cured heritage ham, two farm eggs, heirloom potatoes and charred spring onions for Read more ›

Shelley Stepanek on Apr 1, 2015

Human Resources Insights

Work ethic. What do I mean when I say those two words? Well, for me, it started when I was a child. I had a good family Read more ›

Linda Westcott-Bernstein on Apr 1, 2015

The Bottom Line

“Would you like to add chicken to your Caesar Salad?”“New York Strip, great choice. Shall we complement it with some mashed potatoes or sautéed spinach?”“Can I interest you in Read more ›

Ben Brown on Apr 1, 2015

ACF Las Vegas

Many events are going on with the ACF chefs of Las Vegas chapter.Your attendance and support is always welcomed and appreciated.Every year towards the middle of March, both men Read more ›

Juanita Fryer on Apr 1, 2015