Are you hungry for the best vegan or vegetarian food in Las Vegas? We’re giving you the skinny on the must-dine spots in Downtown, Chinatown and the Burbs!
If you think the Strip has the market cornered for vegetarian and vegan dining, think again! Restaurants across the Valley have embraced the veggie movement, from Downtown to the ‘burbs. After all, locals don’t always want to haul it to The Strip, and visitors can get a break from the crowds and experience a more […]
Chef Natalie Young has a “Whole Lotta Love” for Southern comfort food. Combine that with her realization of Downtown’s need for Chinese cuisine and you’ll end up at her second endeavor, Chow. Situated on Fremont Street adjacent to The Writer’s Block and positioned, fittingly, near The (soon to be re-opened) Bunkhouse and 11th Street Records, […]
A lot has changed in Downtown Las Vegas over the past few years and some of the best changes to the neighborhood have come in the area of dining. You can now easily find plenty of quality options for breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner. If your idea of dinner means a great steak, then […]
$1 Bets on Single Deck Blackjack Games! Who Said Vintage Vegas Hospitality was Dead?
One of the best deals in any casino right now can be found on Thursday nights at Binion’s Gambling Hall on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. Every week Binion’s hosts Throwback Thursday Blackjack featuring $1 hands of blackjack from noon-midnight. This $1 blackjack game is single deck, hand shuffled and pitched by the dealer. […]
Don’t be fooled by Downtown’s old rap. This part of town is getting seriously gourmet, seriously hip and still maintaining its “local Vegas life” feel. We’ve compiled a list of the best places to enjoy breakfast, the most important meal of the day, in Downtown Las Vegas. Eat “The Breakfast and Lunch Joint” has gained […]
Detroit export Andiamo Italian Steakhouse has been making a lot of noise since it opened at the D Las Vegas. With 9 locations around Metro Detroit, the restaurant is no stranger to awards. This trend continues here in Sin City, with the Las Vegas location claiming Eater.com’s Reader’s Choice award for the 2014 Best Steakhouse […]
The Bunkhouse Saloon was a venerable if sometimes slightly sketchy Fremont Street bar like, at one time, many others in an authentically decaying Las Vegas. You could blow a paycheck on the video poker, chow on a sub, and drown your sorrows in cheap beer and whiskey. First opened way back in 1953, the Bunkhouse […]
When we heard that Anthony Bourdain had filmed and eaten at Eat, we had to check it out. After all, if it’s good enough for Bourdain, it certainly is good enough for us! Eat is the dream-vision of Colorado native chef Natalie Young made a reality by Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project. This hip breakfast and […]
Get More Booze For Your Buck When You Drink Downtown!
Before the turn of the millennium, Las Vegans’ off-Strip choices for drinking establishments were limited. Small-chain sports bars dominated. Sure there were a handful of British and Irish pubs, and restaurants like the now-defunct Rosemary’s put some craft in their cocktails. But San Francisco and Manhattan this wasn’t. Then, the 2000s saw a renewed interest […]