November 2015

Hot Off the Grill

Renowned Chef Alain Ducasse treated media to a taste of his new Rivea, set in the location of his former miX on the 64th floor of the Delano with Read more ›

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

For the Love of the Craft , November 2015

John Paddon is a man of a powerful thirst. He has left the confines of a comfortable, high salaried corporate F&B job and has set out to find his Read more ›

Adam Rains on Nov 1, 2015

Whats Brewing

Las Vegas Breweries Score at Great American Beer Festival 1,552 breweries entered 6,647 beers and just 275 medals were awarded at this year’s GABF, the largest beer competition in the Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Nov 1, 2015

Chef Talk , November 2015

A friend of mine just moved to the beautiful state of Hawaii. I am very excited for him and his new job and I am very excited for myself Read more ›

Allen Asch on Nov 1, 2015

West Eats East , November 2015

Turn! turn! turn! There is a season, as Judy Collins sings.Plants grow on warm days where water flows and are harvested when daytime shortens. Livestock becomes edible when reached Read more ›

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

Food for Thought , November 2015

The greatest day of the year is nearly upon us, and with that exciting arrival means there is some serious prep work to be done. There are recipes that Read more ›

Les Kincaid on Nov 1, 2015

Brett’s Vegas View , November 2015

Paramount Entertainment George Strait will be one of the first to perform April 22-23 and Sept. 9-10 at the new $375 million, 20,000-seat Las Vegas Arena opening next April. Read more ›

Jackie Brett on Nov 1, 2015

New Hot Spots and Old Favorites

Stir Crazy, formerly on Paradise next to Kiss Golf, has reopened at 3345 E. Patrick Lane and is busy stirring up their fabulous fresh Mongolian Grill specialties. You pick Read more ›

Shelley Stepanek on Nov 1, 2015

Wine Talk with Alice Swift , November 2015

Venue: Wine, Beers and Spirits MarketplaceThe L.A. County Fair is one of the top five largest county fairs in the United States, and is held every September with more Read more ›

Alice Swift on Nov 1, 2015

The Mob Museum Hosts Annual Repeal Day Party

This Repeal Day, December 5, The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, will once again become THE most spirited place in the nation to Read more ›

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

Finale Wines Brings Elegant Sips of Classic Rock to Las Vegas

“It’s not about how many cases we can sell. It’s about how many palates we can wow.We want to wow them,” ~Jonathan CainCo-owner - Finale WinesJonathan Cain is best Read more ›

Ben Brown on Nov 2, 2015

Up Front and Personal , November 2015

Just livin’ the dream! That’s the classic sarcastic response you get from many service industry types who have made being miserable their second job. But you won’t hear any Read more ›

Heidi Rains on Nov 1, 2015

Chef Sam Marvin

Culinary villages spread throughout a massive 18 city blocks offered the most tempting bites and libations at the 2015 Life is Beautiful festival on September 25-27. Celebrity chefs and Read more ›

Aimee McAffee on Nov 1, 2015

Nevada Restaurant Association Announces 2015 Culinary Excellence Award Winners

The Nevada Restaurant Association presented the Culinary Excellence Awards on October 15, 2015. The annual event honors the best and brightest in the industry, who were selected based on Read more ›

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

Product Spotlight , November 2015

Major Products, the stock and sauce specialists have innovatively changed the way they package their range of Superb Gravies and Sauces. The highly successful line includes Brown, Chicken, Turkey, Read more ›

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

Product Review , November 2015

Ever wanted to combine a healthy drink with a favorite libation? In the case of Marlee’s Green Tea Whiskey, a new flavored whiskey that combines whiskey and green tea, Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Nov 1, 2015

Our Personal Picks , November 2015

The Serpico Throughout the month of November, GIADA at The Cromwell will offer one of its new signature cocktails, The Serpico for $14. One of the more masculine cocktails Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Nov 1, 2015

Good for Spooning , November 2015

In a city where the old is constantly closed, torn down or removed in order to make way for the “flavor of the month,” Ferraro’s has been steadily serving Read more ›

LeAnne Notabartolo on Nov 1, 2015

The Bottom Line , November 2015

New cage laws in California have improved poultry farming from an ethical standpoint, but are also responsible for skyrocketing egg prices. Breakfast joints, understandably, have been hit hard by Read more ›

Ben Brown on Nov 1, 2015

A Good Read

The Beer Bible by Jeff Alworth is an ambitious title. The use of the word Bible implies an all-encompassing coverage of the topic in question. The 644 page tome Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Nov 1, 2015

The Las Vegas Food & Beverage Professional & Nomic’s Charity Photo Contest

2nd place photo: Anthony PerriCaptain at Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak 3rd place photo: Otto Las Vegas One of the most important parts of the day/night is pre-shift, where the Read more ›

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

Megan Mack’s Latenight Excursions , November 2015

Goodbye summer, hello fall! Well, technically fall began September 23rd, but the high temperatures lingered longer than expected. It welcomes beanie weather, crockpot comfort food, and the ever Read more ›

Megan Nicolson on Nov 1, 2015

Whats Cooking

Della’s Kitchen Providing Farm-To-Table Cuisine at Delano HotelThe one-year-old Della’s Kitchen at the Delano has embraced the farm-to-table concept in a big way. Rather than just provide lip service Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Nov 1, 2015