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<p>The Oysters Rockefeller is shown at Rose.Rabbit.Lie, a new supper-club type restaurant, bar, entertainment area at the Cosmopolitan hotel-casino at 3708 S. Las Vegas Blvd.</p>


Jan 29, 2014 3:41pm
You have probably seen the billboards, the blogger posts, the banner ads, the news spots, and maybe...
<p>The crispy skin trout stuffed with blue crab ratatouille at Emeril&amp;#8217;s New Orleans Fish House at MGM Grand.</p>


Jan 22, 2014 10:12am
In reviewing restaurants, there is always a gravitational pull toward the new, the large...
<p>Yuzu doughnuts are shown at Jayde Fuzion in the M Resort on Monday. The restaurant is run by Chef Seonkyoung Longest, winner of Food Network&amp;#8217;s Restaurant Express.</p>


Jan 16, 2014 10:17am
There has been a new addition to the lineup over at the M Resort, the “casino-themed...
<p>The Boss at Pizza Rock is A $32 Sicilian-style behemoth with thick focaccia-like but almost crunchy crust with generous toppings.</p>


Jan 08, 2014 2:19pm
In fashion, politics and even investment, image can be everything. Often it’s even the...

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Five top sushi places, as chosen by users of Best of Las Vegas

May 15, 2013 6:50pm
1. KAIZEN FUSION ROLL & SUSHI4480 S. Paradise Road641-7772User review: “Lots of Sushi places in town, but by far this is the best of Las Vegas! All-you-can-eat menu using the finest quality fish...
<p>Bluefin tuna, live sea urchins and a sweet omelette at Kabuto. PHOTO: BILL HUGHES</p>

Al Mancini’s top five spots for roll-free sushi

May 15, 2013 6:41pm
FORGET GIANT FRIED ROLLS full of cream cheese. When I go to a sushi restaurant, I want sashimi or nigiri. And here’s where I enjoy that most.1. KABUTO This tiny Chinatown spot is the closest you’ll...

It takes a lot of effort to get that tiny morsel of raw fish to your Vegas table

Updated: May 29, 2013 4:34pm
There it sits, a glistening testament to technology and culinary ingenuity, a morsel plucked from the sea scarcely a week ago, now trimmed, a rich burgundy in color, a thumb-sized piece of a fish...

Review: Stir Krazy Mongolian Grill is more interesting, boasts better selections, than most buffet-style spots

May 15, 2013 3:07pm
Looking to try something new but not scary? A restaurant that’s a little novel but still accessible (and affordable)?Then you’ll want to check out Stir Krazy Mongolian Grill, just opened across the...
Photo by Todd Lussier

Tivoli Village: Tasting better at 2

May 15, 2013 3:07pm
Tivoli Village, which celebrates its second anniversary from Sunday, May 19 to Saturday, May 26, got off to a pretty rough start, particularly with regard to dining options. But over the past year,...

Review: Drab service mars a good meal at Pho Mailan

May 08, 2013 6:43pm
It wasn’t the best way to start a meal. “What do you recommend?” I asked my waiter — a fairly standard question when checking out a new restaurant. His answer, however, was anything but standard.“...

UNLV-adjacent El Patio Mexico isn’t flawless, but it’s an ideal spot for good, cheap Mexican food

May 01, 2013 8:26pm
As spring creeps towards summer, I generally patronize the restaurants around UNLV a bit more than usual. This can be a rough time of year for businesses operating along South Maryland Parkway. Once...

Firefly diners sickened by salmonella

May 01, 2013 6:58pm
At first glance, it seemed the recent closure of the original Firefly restaurant by the Southern Nevada Health District was just the latest in a rash of closings of prominent restaurants. But it...

Deviled eggs make their move

Updated: Apr 29, 2013 10:08am
Forget about trendy bacon dishes in restaurants. The latest all-American food to crash the fine dining world is the deviled egg. “You can do whatever you want to it, and still charge a decent price...
The Philly Mac and Cheese Steak is shown at Park on Fremont at 506 Fremont St. in Las Vegas on Friday, April 19, 2013.

Review: Park on Fremont is hip and quirky. Too bad that doesn’t help the food

Apr 24, 2013 7:04pm
As I’ve collaborated with other food critics on various projects, I’ve sometimes been criticized for valuing a restaurant’s “cool factor” — its creativity, location, décor and clientele — more than...