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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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Porn star brunch: Pass the buns, ladies

Jan 16, 2013 4:19pm
When our dining writer, Al Mancini, isn’t looking for new restaurants to review or filming his upcoming Travel Channel show, All Forked Up, he hosts foodie events featuring porn stars, as he’ll do on...
Braised pork belly roll / PHOTO: TODD LUSSIER

More bland for your buck : Gordon Ramsay’s Caesars gastropub lacks flavor

Updated: Jan 23, 2013 4:24pm
The biggest local dining story of 2012 — Gordon Ramsay opening three restaurants on The Strip — has been something of a roller coaster ride for me. I was originally excited that the world-renowned...

Review: Great Greek worth the trip to Henderson

Jan 09, 2013 5:34pm
Mediocre food is always disappointing, especially when you’re craving something. That’s how my wife and I felt when we visited The Mad Greek Café on West Sahara Avenue for takeout recently. We’d been...
<p>Suzuya / PHOTO: BILL HUGHES</p>

Damn good crepes: Experience the Zen of pastry at Suzuya

Updated: Jan 09, 2013 3:49pm
Commercial kitchens, even in the stuffiest restaurants, can be hectic places — an exercise in choreographed chaos. They contain an amazing energy, but can also be jarring. So I enjoy the rare...
<p>Poutine at Public House</p>

Ten-course year: Our dining writer’s favorite 10 dishes of 2012

Updated: Dec 27, 2012 3:37pm
Looking back on all the amazing food I’ve had over the past year, it’s tough narrow the list down to 10. But since CityLife doesn’t have room for 100, I’ve done the appropriate editing. (These are...
Photo by Todd Lussier

Review: The Woo family continues building upon its well-deserved legacy with Fu at Hard Rock Hotel

Updated: Dec 20, 2012 5:13pm
Any real fan of Chinese food knows the options on Spring Mountain Road are better and much more affordable than anything you’ll find on The Strip. Nonetheless, the major casinos are packed with...

Review: Our critic can’t get excited for new ramen spot Fukumimi

Dec 12, 2012 7:06pm
I’ll never forget the first time I walked into Monta, the small ramen house on Spring Mountain Road that was my first experience with authentic Japanese ramen. I was blown away that such a simple,...
Photo by Todd Lussier

Review: Our critic invites urban artist Ras One to assess theme restaurant Rattlecan’s street art and over-the-top fare

Updated: Dec 12, 2012 5:00pm
It’s hard to get excited about a theme restaurant. The food is usually generic and poorly prepared, and the “theme” is very often contrived, corny, exploitative or poorly executed. So it’s natural to...

Review: Two new pizza joints bring a little something different to Henderson

Nov 28, 2012 4:19pm
WHILE THE QUALITY of pizza in the valley has improved significantly over the past few years, most of my favorite new spots are located on the west side of town. So when I learned of two novel new...
Photo by Todd Lussier

Review: Service remains muddled at the otherwise tasty Meatball Spot at Town Square

Nov 21, 2012 6:21pm
I have to admit I’m a little afraid of Carla Pellegrino. Don’t get me wrong, she’s probably the most fun-loving chef in town, and if I were looking for someone in the culinary world to party with,...