August 2016

Hot Off the Grill

Tuscany Food & Beverage Manager Howard Samber, LVFNBPro Editorial Director Bob Barnes and Tuscany Executive Director of Operations Alex Bowden toast to the success of the new Pub 365 Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Aug 1, 2016

Wine Talk with Alice Swift

What better way to visit the Eiffel Tower Restaurant for the first time than to attend a wine tasting event? As a new program meant to introduce guests to Read more ›

Alice Swift on Aug 1, 2016

What’s Brewing

Cookies and BeerCookies and beer anyone? On June 22 Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada teamed up with Lovelady Brewing to host the inaugural Cookies & Kegs, an event that Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Aug 1, 2016

West Eats East

Instant noodles are one of the greatest food innovations in the world and have been consumed all over for lunch, dinner, snack and hiking-mountain outings, as well as for Read more ›

K. Mike Masuyama Ph.D. on Aug 1, 2016

Chef Talk

I don’t know if you saw live or the pictures of the full moon in June, but the full moon that month is always called the strawberry moon. Many Read more ›

Allen Asch on Aug 1, 2016

Food for Thought

In the west we eat salad all summer long and never get tired of tasty summer salads. If you’re looking to lose weight, salads are bound to be a Read more ›

Les Kincaid on Aug 1, 2016

Up Front and Personal

Destyn Taylor is a woman of many flavors! She has run the gamut of service industry jobs and we’re not talking low-end establishments. She bartended at Gramercy Tavern in Read more ›

Heidi Rains on Aug 1, 2016

Brett’s Vegas View

Dining-Beverage SceneIn early 2017, brothers Michael and David Morton will introduce a steakhouse concept with all-new construction at the Hard Rock Hotel.PUB 365 is a new craft beer haven Read more ›

Jackie Brett on Aug 1, 2016

Chile Caliente

Being from San Diego and no stranger to Mexican food, I am always looking for a new spot. With a few notable exceptions, the variety of flavors & regional Read more ›

Adam Rains on Aug 1, 2016

UNLV Epicurean Society

Guest Writer - Ariel LarsonThis month, a look into Epicurean Club President Ariel Larson’s culinary adventure in southern cuisine: “Being a born and raised Las Read more ›

Matthew Cairo on Aug 1, 2016

Herbs & Rye

“The reaction from the city has been mind boggling. For me, watching my team react was one of the most fulfilling things. They all looked around and said, ‘we Read more ›

Adam Rains on Aug 2, 2016

What’s Cooking

Chef Carla Pellegrino Is Back!Acclaimed celebrity chef and occasional TV star Carla Pellegrino is back in Las Vegas after spending time in Miami and is showcasing her recipes at Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Aug 1, 2016

Product Spotlight

With Major’s NEW aromatic range of bases take a sensorial journey to the orient and beyond in seconds. For fresh, quick and tasty recipe inspiration, look no further than Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Aug 1, 2016

Bob’s Beer Bits and Sips

Meyer Lemon Lager & Mango WheatFruit beer styles have grown at 81% by volume in the US, evidence that consumers continue to crave fruity brews. Anchor Brewing, known for Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Aug 1, 2016

Hell’s Kitchen Winner Ariel Malone

After being crowned the winner of Hell’s Kitchen season 15, Ariel Malone was awarded a head chef position at BLT Steak at Bally’s Las Vegas and $250,000. A Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Aug 1, 2016

Dining Out with the Harrises

Chef Roy Yamaguchi’s Roy’s in Las Vegas Provides Excellent Dishes to Locals and Tourists Alike Many have missed Roy’s on West Charleston Blvd, but the Hawaiian spirit is still Read more ›

Elaine & Scott Harris on Aug 1, 2016

Human Resources Insights

When I look out at the faces of those individuals that I am training, I see different expressions and interest levels on their faces. Immediately, I begin to wonder Read more ›

Linda Westcott-Bernstein on Aug 1, 2016

The Bottom Line

Restaurants and food writers go together like peanut butter and jelly, or in the gourmet sense, foie gras terrine and fig jam. The exchange is simple: food writers visit Read more ›

Ben Brown on Aug 1, 2016

Phillip Dell of Rancho High School

The Nevada restaurant association/educational foundation announced that Phillip Dell of Rancho High School in Las Vegas, has been named a 2016 ProStart National Educator of Excellence. Dell joined 31 Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Aug 1, 2016

Our Picks

What’s the best way to cool down on a hot, dry Las Vegas summer day? A fruity, refreshing drink. We’re checking out some of the best drinks in town Read more ›

Aimee McAffee on Aug 1, 2016

Megan Mack’s Latenight Excursions

As I find myself getting older and the hangover lasting longer, I’m particular in the ways I like to have fun on my days off. I’m a “yes woman” Read more ›

Megan Nicolson on Aug 1, 2016

Du-par’s

The Suncoast has added a wonderful new, yet old famous name. Du-par’s Restaurant & Bakery, already located downtown in the Golden Gate has opened at the Suncoast in the Read more ›

Shelley Stepanek on Aug 1, 2016

Product Review

The Bitter TruthIf you know me at all you are aware that I like products that are out of the ordinary and like to experiment. The Bitter Truth fit Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Aug 1, 2016

ACF Chefs Las Vegas

Gustav E. Mauler, AAC Named 2016 American Culinary Federation Las Vegas Chef of the Year Gustav E. Mauler, AAC was named the 2016 American Culinary Federation ACF Las Vegas Read more ›

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional on Aug 1, 2016