July 2020

What’s Cooking

Photo Credit: photo credit: Sabin Orr and Timeless Cuisine Two Vegas Chefs in the Running for James Beard Best Chef Southwest Award Finally, we have some good news, and some long-awaited recognition of Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Jul 6, 2020

Human Resources Insights

Obviously, we are in a time of significant change. This pandemic has thrown us all into a tizzy, some a tailspin, and really leaves us struggling to find consistency, Read more ›

Linda Westcott-Bernstein on Jul 6, 2020

Twinkle Toast

Photo credit: Erin Cooper Photography With traditional fundraising events cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and four times as many pets rescued between mid-March and the end of April, the Read more ›

Erin Cooper & Christine Vanover on Jul 6, 2020

Wine Talk with Alice Swift

Finally, Las Vegas has opened its doors once again! While the state continues to monitor the number of COVID-19 cases amidst the reopening of the city to tourism, several Read more ›

Alice Swift on Jul 6, 2020

Chef Spotlight

Photo credit: Sk Delph Chef Aaron Thomas wakes up in the middle of the night to jot down his latest culinary creations. I’ll let Chef Aaron explain. “Most of the Read more ›

Sk Delph on Jul 6, 2020

What's Brewing

New Brewery Openings Coming Soon Both HUDL Brewing and Nevada Brew Works were getting very close to opening their new breweries in the Arts District months ago, and then the Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Jul 6, 2020

The Bottom Line

Dan McMurtrie is the Founder and CEO of SIMPLE, a digital platform that connects restaurants with suppliers of all types with the goal of saving both time and money Read more ›

Ben Brown on Jul 6, 2020

Front & Back of the House

Chef instructor, Mark Sandoval with the Hospitality College at UNLV is the guest lecturer for the first “Cook Like a Rebel” series. Here Gael and Randy Hees have prepared Read more ›

Gael Hees on Jul 6, 2020

The Restaurant Expert

Restaurant operators are a resilient group, and I have a lot of hope for you and faith in your ability to get through this pandemic. However, it will take Read more ›

David Scott Peters on Jul 6, 2020

Brett's Vegas View

Coming Out of Hibernation Hard to believe Las Vegas was really shut down and retreated into an altered state of hibernation. Like a big bear’s awakening, the city is slowly Read more ›

Jackie Brett on Jul 6, 2020

Product Review

Daru Whiskey Sran Spirits is launching its premium whiskey blend, which will soon be found in major grocery and liquor stores. Made in Canada using 100% Canadian corn, the whiskey Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Jul 6, 2020

Chef Talk

I want to start this article by saying I am wishing that everyone is safe and healthy. My prayers are out there for everyone. Additionally, my thoughts go out Read more ›

Allen Asch on Jul 6, 2020

Dishing it

Photo credit: Sk Delph When I entered Therapy restaurant, I was greeted by the very dynamic and vivacious Maria Horta, the Director of Operations of Marketing of Nightclub LLC and Read more ›

Sk Delph on Jul 6, 2020

USBG Las Vegas

Download the PDF or buy the book today on bonanza.com.  We may be in strange times, but it reminds me why I love this city and why I love the Read more ›

Adam Rains on Jul 6, 2020

Hot Off the Grill!

Therapy, one of our favorite restaurants, has reopened on Fremont St., and we were one of the first to check out the new summer menu of Executive Chef Aaron Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Jul 6, 2020

The Vegas Strip and Locals Casinos Reopen with Faces Masked & Love Revealed

Photo Credit: Erik Kabik, MGM Resorts International, Sam Abrams, Station Casinos, Caesars Entertainment and Las Vegas Sands Corp. Las Vegas has been known for decades as the culinary and entertainment Read more ›

Elaine & Scott Harris on Jul 8, 2020