July 2019

Beat the heat this summer with The Keaton wines ... on ICE!!

“It’s not fancy, but neither am I!” ~ Diane Keaton Photo by Jesse Stone Renowned actress, director, producer, author and singer Diane Keaton says it like it is. Her slogan is a Read more ›

Ben Brown on Jul 2, 2019

Hot Off the Grill!

Renowned local chef Nicole Brisson has loads of accolades and accomplishments, including being the first female chef to become executive chef of an Eataly in America, the first chef Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Jul 2, 2019

Wine Talk with Alice Swift

In recent years, there has been an increasing demand for wine in the United States. With that, the competition also increased with the growing number of wines in the Read more ›

Alice Swift on Jul 2, 2019

What's Brewing

Big Dog’s Brewing Summer Beer Fest & Reggae Party Mark your calendar for July 20. The next Big Dog’s Brewing quarterly beer fest will be its Summer Beer Fest & Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Jul 2, 2019

Front & Back of the House

photo by Vance Fox Grant Turner added “restaurateur” to his list of careers when he fell in love–not with a chef or over-the-top foodie, but with a building. He originally Read more ›

Gael Hees on Jul 2, 2019

Brett's Vegas View

ENTERTAINMENT London’s West End’s “Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience-A Parody by Dan and Jeff” opened in Bally’s Windows Showroom. The slapstick comedy combines all seven Harry Potter books into Read more ›

Jackie Brett on Jul 2, 2019

Spirits Confidential with Max Solano

Let me start off by saying that, yes, I am typically known as the Brown Spirits guy! But, that does not mean that I do not appreciate well-made un-aged Read more ›

Max Solano on Jul 2, 2019

Original Cocktail Club

Fans of happy hours can let out a sigh of relief as Original Cocktail Club has set out to extend the promotion at restaurants and bars.  With a family full Read more ›

Pat Evans on Jul 2, 2019

What’s Cooking

James Trees Brings His Mastery of Italian Cuisine to Tivoli Village Photos by Joe Urcioli Congrats are in order to Chef James Trees on the opening of his new restaurant, Ada’s. Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Jul 2, 2019

Twinkle Toast

Photo by Erincooperphotography.com We are happy to see a continuous trend of independent restaurant concepts emerging in the communities that surround the infamous Las Vegas Boulevard but that are by Read more ›

Erin Cooper & Christine Vanover on Jul 2, 2019

Chef Spotlight

photo courtesy Dave Simmons Dave Simmons said he tends to get a seven-year itch. The span is how long he stayed at his previous two gigs, but as he’s surpassed Read more ›

Pat Evans on Jul 2, 2019

Dishing It with Sk Delph

Photos by Sk Delph Lip Smacking Foodie Tours ‘An Exceptional Experience’ “Breaking bread and sharing food and drink, brings people together.” ~ Donald Contursi President of Lip Smacking Foodie Tours, Award Read more ›

Sk Delph on Jul 2, 2019

Casanova, a Hidden Gem at The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas

Photos courtesy Elaine and Scott Harris Elaine and Scott Harris, pictured here with Chef German Castellano The Venetian resort is known worldwide for its many venues from fine dining to casual Read more ›

Elaine & Scott Harris on Jul 2, 2019

Best of the Best

photos courtesy Shelley Stepanek  THE EIFFEL TOWER RESTAURANT is one of the most beautiful rooms in the city.  In the Paris Hotel, of course, this superb place has a view of Read more ›

Shelley Stepanek on Jul 2, 2019

The Bottom Line

In a recent performance, a comedian referred to phones as something along the lines of “the app that I can’t delete and hate when people use it on me.” Read more ›

Ben Brown on Jul 2, 2019

USBG Las Vegas

Mike Guzmán    Photo courtesy Mike Guzmán Mike Guzmán is always down to battle. No matter if it's for a flair bartending competition, a late night cocktail challenge or as high stakes Read more ›

Adam Rains & Terry Clark on Jul 2, 2019

Human Resources Insights

Change–is it a good thing? If that is so, then why do so many of us get so anxious and worried by changes in the way things are or Read more ›

Linda Westcott-Bernstein on Jul 2, 2019

May I Recommend...

photos by Blake Myers Many people envision angels when they contemplate the afterlife. But, thankfully, before we leave this earthly existence we can experience their helpful human counterparts, called “Wine Read more ›

Blake Myers on Jul 2, 2019

Chef Talk

I recently watched a documentary on the destruction of the coral reefs around the world. This has led to governments—local, state and national—to change regulations to protect the reefs Read more ›

Allen Asch on Jul 2, 2019

Product Review

Novo Fogo Sparkling Caipirinha These days we can find nearly every drink packaged in a can, and the convenience and accessibility are proving to be a good thing for consumers. Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Jul 2, 2019

Report by National Restaurant Association

Restaurants of all types are conserving resources, reducing waste and connecting with environmentally aware guests. How do they do it? The National Restaurant Association surveyed restaurant owners and operators about Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Jul 2, 2019