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Dining / Buddy V's / Venetian / Palazzo / Eating / Restaurants / → All Tags
All the buzz has been about the Boss Bakery across the hall, but the original Vegas home of Buddy V's has recently added a new attraction of its own. Within the past month, the Italian restaurant inside Venetian|Palazzo launched Sunday Brunch, filling a void in the neighborhood created after First Food and Bar closed up shop one year ago.
Buddy's Family Brunch is buffet-style served over five unique stations throughout the restaurant: an antipasto, carvery, chef's corner, kid's corner and a sweet table. Our favorite brunch dish is available in the form of a bottomless add-on ($14.95) and includes a choice of sangria, Bloody Marys, Bloody Caesars', mimosas, beers, frozen cocktails and wines by the glass. Grazie to Buddy V for the best bottomless liquid brunch deal we've seen in Vegas.
Future Vegas / Downtown / Downtown Vegas / Carson Kitchen / Fremont East / Dining / Eating / Restaurants / Openings / Kerry Simon / → All Tags
Your next downtown destination is taking shape and it won't be long before we can see if it's to our taste.
The old John E. Carson Hotel building just off Fremont Street in Fremont East is the current focus of downtown's continued transformation. Soon, the derelict structure will house a yoga studio, florist, tattoo shop, doughnut spot, sushi eatery and Carson Kitchen, the newest venture by Chef Kerry Simon best known in Vegas for Simon at Palms and KGB at Harrah's.
Silver Sevens / Off Strip / Budget Vegas / Resort Fees / Dining / Eating / → All Tags
It hasn’t even been a year since Silver Sevens arrived along with a resort fee, but the Off Strip budget destination feels it’s time for an increase. It’s not all bad news coming from the casino, however, as they have also introduced new entertainment options, as well as some bargain meal deals at the café.
We’ve written about the $3 Silver Sevens resort fee before. While one of the lowest in Las Vegas, it also came with some of the worst inclusions we’ve seen. No Internet access, a too-complicated-to-redeem “free” cup of coffee, a poorly conceived business-gym combo, and boarding pass printing are among the disappointing amenities. Now, the resort fee has jumped to $9.99. That's still on the low end of the resort fee range, but the overall value has dropped because nothing new was introduced.
Openings / Carlo's Bakery / Buddy Valastro / Buddy V's / Venetian / Palazzo / Grand Canal Shoppes / Eating / → All Tags
The latest outpost in the Buddy Valastro empire opened at Venetian|Palazzo last month when the Cake Boss and his whole crew opened another Carlo's Bakery to a throng of fans that lined up all the way down the hall and wrapped around the Grand Canal waiting to get a peek at his (baked) goods.
The shop was, in fact, so mobbed we vowed to come back when it was sure to be quieter. Fast forward two weeks and, even without the star owner's presence, interest hadn't waned one bit. The below snapshot of the crowded shop was taken this past Sunday.
Eating / Dining / Restaurants / Bellagio / Vegas Rumors / Lago / Sensi / Circo / Julian Serrano / → All Tags
Word has it that Bellagio is about to shakeup its dining lineup.
We're told the center Strip resort is planning to add a new lake-side patio for dining. It's not clear yet if it would be a standalone concept or attached to a current or forthcoming restaurant, but we're all for having another gorgeous spot to enjoy the Vegas Strip.
Food Challenges / Eating / Dining / Jerry's Nugget / Off Strip / → All Tags
The advertising slogan “Beef. It’s what’s for dinner.” never fell out of use at North Las Vegas casino Jerry’s Nugget where guests can chow down on a Double Cut Prime Rib meal featuring an enormous serving of beef with all the sides. In honor of National Prime Rib Day Sunday, April 27, embrace your competitive side and sign up for the casino's Prime Rib Eating Challenge.
The contest is available at Jerry’s Famous Coffee Shop Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. The Prime Rib Eating Challenge requires the full consumption of the Double Cut Prime Rib meal which features a salad, thick-cut, 48-oz. prime rib, a baked potato, ear of corn, garlic toast and Jerry’s Famous Banana Split.
VegasChatter Reviews / Openings / Restaurants / Dining / Yusho / Monte Carlo / Eating / → All Tags
Last week ended with a sneak peek at the newest restaurant at Monte Carlo. More specifically, a look at six draught cocktails from Yusho, a Strip-side, Japanese street-style food joint by way of Chicago. We'll get to the food in a moment. First, which of those $13 concoctions were our favorite?
This writer isn't a fan of gin at all (or tonic for that matter), but keeps searching for a gin-based cocktail that may change his mind. Yusho's Gin & Tonic has come the closest to turning my opinion, to date. The navy strength gin and housemade tonic combines for a rusty color that goes down fairly smooth and is a gin drink I'd return to. My favorite by far, however, was the Chuhai (Sudachi Shochu, Jasmine Tea, Citrus). Push aside your favorite summertime mojito, sangria and lemonade cocktail because the Chuhai is that perfect light-and-refreshing outdoor drink. It holds its own indoors as well.
Future Vegas / Off Strip / Red Rock Resort / Dining / Eating / Restaurants / Spas / Shopping / The Shops at Summerlin / Renovations / Room Remodels / → All Tags
Just when we were raving about Red Rock Resort's suite offerings (and their spectacular views) comes news that the off-Strip property is planning to transform many of its most luxe accommodations as well as its dining lineup and its spa, too.
The Station Casinos property has earmarked $35 million which will include the total renovation of 26 of its most high-end suites as well as The Spa at Red Rock.
The biggest and most visible change for the general public, however, will be the creation of Restaurant Row at Red Rock which will add several new dining experiences to replace the recent losses of Pink's, Hachi and LBS. It will also add an expansive outdoor dining promenade to the property's main facade.
Eating / Dining / Restaurants / The Mirage / Openings / Caribe Cafe / BB King's / → All Tags
Openings / Downtown / Downtown Vegas / Kitchen Creations Cafe / Clark County Government Center / Eating / DIning / → All Tags
There's a new spot to eat in Downtown Vegas and that will leave you with a full tummy and heart.
Kitchen Creations Cafe celebrates its grand opening today at the Clark County Government Center. That's the sandstone building complete with mini-pyramid across from downtown's outlet mall, if you're having trouble picturing the location.
MGM Grand / TAP / Bars / Restaurants / Eating / Dining / Beer / Drinking / VegasChatter Reviews / → All Tags
Sixty plus TVs are spread throughout the restaurant and, while there isn’t a seat at TAP without at least one TV in sight, the gigantic screen featuring multiple games across the back wall is the real winner. If you’re in the mood to watch the game, you’re going to want a seat looking at the wall. This writer had a chair at a cocktail table facing 90 degrees away from the spectacular wall so I “only” had a line of sight to the "normal" HDTV screens (which were still huge). It was okay since this was an afternoon with just a couple baseball games on, but if it was a Saturday or Sunday with countless football games on I may have thrown a hissy fit.
VegasChatter Reviews / Eating / Dining / Restaurants / Addiction / Rumor Hotel / Off Strip / → All Tags
Editor's Note: Once upon a time, we were totally addicted to the fare of Addiction, the restaurant at the off Strip Rumor hotel. But, several years and the loss of a Vegas Vic later, would we still feel the same? Our 3brothers dropped by to find out.
Before dining at Addiction, we called two hours in advance to ask if we needed reservations for a Saturday night. We were told yes and gave our name to secure a spot. Upon arrival, the restaurant was completely empty and the hostess nowhere in sight. After waiting around ten minutes and thinking the restaurant was closed, we were finally greeted and sat.