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Everything Las Vegas Issue # 907


  • Everything Las Vegas Issue # 907

    Downtown Grand to Build New 495-Room Tower

    Just last month, it was revealed the Downtown Grand had big plans for its parking garage, located a short walk to the west, and now comes word of a huge upgrade on the opposite side of the resort.

    Cim Group, the Grand's California-based owner, intends to build an eight-floor, 495-room hotel tower on the porte-cochere side of the building, filling the entire stretch of Fourth Street between Ogden and Stewart Avenues.

    Featuring an exterior design that will mimic the existing 18-story Casino Tower and 25-story Grand Tower, the new addition will provide direct access to the pool area on the third floor. The structure will rise above an updated version of the street level porte-cochere, still allowing guests to drive right up to the front door and head directly into the casino.

    The 250,000-square-foot annex will ultimately upgrade the Downtown Grand to 1,125 hotel rooms. By comparison, the Golden Nugget, the largest downtown resort, hosts 2,419 rooms, while the Plaza Hotel & Casino operates 1,037 rooms and suites.

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    Enhancements Launched at The Cromwell in Las Vegas

    Perfectly situated in the heart of all the energy and excitement of Las Vegas, The Cromwell remains the only standalone boutique hotel on the famous Strip. With impressive rooms and suites, dynamic gaming offerings, and distinctive cocktail, dining and nightlife options, The Cromwell adds to its allure with the introduction of a 24-hour casual eatery called eatwell, an updated Interlude bar and lounge, new high limit slot area, enhanced concierge technology, eKey technology, with an all-new Sportsbook expected to debut before September 1, 2017.

    Enjoy Casual Dining 24-Hours a Day at eatwell: A contemporary and convenient dining concept, eatwell is now open and offers up a variety of breakfast sandwiches, house-made pastries, salads, sandwiches, pizzas and more, served up 24-hours a day. With featured specialties including: Barbary Dogs a throwback trio of classic Coney Dogs with smoked chili and sharp cheddar cheese and a fountain drink for $5; Soba Noodle Bowl; Street Tacos; Farmers Market Pizza; and healthy selection offerings like a Fruit Bento Box or Greek Yogurt Parfait, eatwell serves a unique assortment of options, presented in a quick-casual setting with comfortable counter and communal-style seating. Located adjacent to the entrance on The Strip nearest Flamingo Las Vegas, eatwell is easily accessible for hotel guests and visitors and proudly offers Starbucks full selection of coffees.

    Interlude The Social Bar and Gathering Place is Reimagined
    With its centralized location, Interlude is The Cromwell's socially-inspired bar and lounge, the perfect place to gather, have a cocktail, listen to live music and enjoy the Las Vegas scene. Developments are in progress at Interlude to enhance plush seating, soften lighting and create a more open ambiance. A new stage for live entertainment will be added to the contemporary space along with a flexible television screen system around the perimeter. When complete this summer, Interlude will also feature expanded video poker and updated casino-facing bar.

    The Abbey - High-Limit Slot Area
    To further complement the high limit table game offerings, The Abbey is the new high limit slot area for VIP slot guests. Presenting more than 30 slot machines including some of the newest and most popular, The Abbey has a host who provides a personalized level of guest service in an intimate and unique space that features distinctive warm woods.

    Go Keyless
    Be free of the lost room key worry at The Cromwell and enjoy the convenience of using an electronic key in lieu of a traditional hotel key to access your room. Hotel guests using the eKey receive a link to download The Cromwell app and an access code tied to their mobile device and reservation. When the app is downloaded, guests enter their ID number and will be able to enter their room by placing their iOS or Android device next to the lock. The eKey will also activate the hotel elevator as a traditional key would.

    Meet Ivy

    Even more, meet Ivy - a personalized virtual concierge service that guests can communicate with at any time during their stay, Ivy is an automated, real-time guest texting program. When checking in at The Cromwell, guests who provide a cell number will receive a welcome message from Ivy encouraging them to text her with any questions or requests. Ivy can recommend and book dining and entertainment experiences for guests, as well as assist with housekeeping and room service requests.

    New Sports Book Coming Down the Field
    Just in time for football season, The Cromwell will debut its brand new Sportsbook. Featuring best-in-the-city technology and picture-quality, the new Sportsbook will include a 32-foot-long by 9-foot-tall LED video wall and a 9-foot-by-5-foot LED odds wall with ticker capabilities to see scores and updates from a number of vantage points throughout the casino. With flexible seating for approximately 50 guests, the new Sportsbook is easily accessible and will add an enhanced level of energy and excitement to The Cromwell.

    The Golden Gate Readies for an Expansion by Bradley Martin

    The Golden Gate is about to undergo a huge expansion in Downtown Las Vegas under the Fremont Street Experience canopy. The 111-year-old resort plans to renovate OneBar on the outside of the casino, adding 20 feet to become one of the longest bars in Downtown Las Vegas. Televisions, frozen drinks and flair bartenders remain.

    The resort also plans to create a new entrance and double the casino in size. Almost 100 new slots head to the casino floor, but gamblers will probably end up staring at a 360-degree, 24-foot tower of televisions arranged so they appear to flow from a fountain. A new crystal chandelier made from spirals in tiers of beveled mirror accents joins the decor as well.

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    Park MGM Has More Huge Plans for the Monte Carlo by Bradley Martin

    A cool $450 million will buy anyone a lot of changes and the ongoing transformation of the Monte Carlo into next year’s combination Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas resorts keeps on getting bigger. Early paperwork reveals, when all is finished, very little of the existing Monte Carlo design will be left intact.

    On its way before Clark County, plans call for yet another makeover of the pedestrian plaza in front of the Strip entrance and the demolition "of existing food & beverage venues" to be replaced by new dining with outdoor seating. The plaza will feature landscaping and "kiosks," but no mention is made of the current water features.

    This front section of the resort is dubbed the "Market" on official documents. Chef Matthias Merges recently explained his Strip-facing Yusho Japanese grill was specifically closed to make way for the officially announced 40,000-square-foot Eataly, long promised to include a "vibrant marketplace with cafes, to-go counters, and sit-down restaurants interspersed with high-quality products from sustainable Italian and local producers."

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    Tape Face Returns to Las Vegas for Limited Engagement Fall 2017

    After an ultra-successful engagement during Spring 2017, Tape Face returns for a sophomore residency at Flamingo Las Vegas. The America's Got Talent sensation will take the stage for a limited-engagement at Bugsy's Cabaret. Tape Face will perform on September 29-30, October 5-8, 19-22, 25 and November 1-5, 8-12, 15-19, 2017.

    The mime artist heads back stateside fresh from his successful seven-week debut at the historic Garrick Theatre on London's West End. Tape Face approaches everyday objects in a pensive, curious, whimsical way that incites the inner child in everyone. Through simple, clever and charming humor, he has created one of the most accessible and enjoyable shows the world has ever seen. Drawing on a heritage that includes silent film, mime, magic, puppetry, circus and the films of Patrick Swayze. He has become a critically acclaimed silent sensation with Simon Cowell comparing him to a modern Charlie Chaplin.

    "We look forward to welcoming back Tape Face to the stage at Flamingo Las Vegas," said Damian Costa, Vice President of Entertainment Operations. "We're excited to have his unique style of humor added to our first-class playbill of entertainment."

    Ticket prices begin at $62.95, plus applicable tax and fees. VIP seats including a meet and greet with Tape Face are also available. Tickets are available at any Las Vegas Caesars Entertainment Box Office, by phone at (702) 777-2782 or by visiting The silence and mischievous antics begin with doors at 7:30 p.m., and an 8:00 p.m. show start.

    SLS Las Vegas Announces New Casino Rewards Program: Club 52

    SLS Las Vegas has introduced a new casino rewards program, Club 52. Paying homage to its roots, Club 52 represents the year the iconic Sahara Hotel and Casino opened its doors. The four-tier structure offers an array of new benefits with each tier progression offering players the opportunity to accrue and spend points.

    "With recommendations from our loyal casino guests, we've crafted a member-driven rewards program, tailored to players of all calibers," said John Janicky, vice president of operations and marketing. "In addition to the gaming incentive, Club 52 members will enjoy dining, entertainment and VIP perks."

    With the Club 52 rewards program, members will be eligible for benefits such as bonus multiplier days, invitations to special events, private gated parking, complimentary room upgrades, pre-sale concert tickets and more.

    Additionally, the membership allows players to use points for free play and food and beverage, with 250 points equaling $1. Slot players may earn $1 for one slot point on slots and video keno as well as $2 for one slot point on video poker.

    Club 52 consists of four tiers: Preferred, VIP, Elite and Legend. Members will have six months to earn points and advance in tier ranking. After achieving a membership tier, the member will retain that tier for six months. Points will expire after 13 months of inactivity.

    Complete rules, participation requirements and details are available at the Club 52 desk, open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday and from 10 a.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday.

    More information about the SLS Las Vegas player program, Club 52, is available at Some restrictions do apply. Players must be 21 and older to sign up for a Club 52 membership. SLS Las Vegas always offers complimentary covered parking and valet services.

    CeeLo Green takes Caesars to another dimension. By John Katsilometes Las Vegas Review-Journal

    Deep into his set at Cleopatra's Barge on Saturday night, CeeLo Greensang a segment of the 5th Dimension classic Let the Sunshine In. In that moment, I recalled Marilyn McCoo, who fronted that classic band with her husband, Billy Davis Jr., telling me that 5th Dimension played an "intimate" venue at Caesars Palace at the peak of the band's fame.

    CeeLo's Friday and Saturday performances at the cozy Caesars lounge made it easy to imagine what that night must have felt like for the 5th Dimension. The boat on the moat rocked as CeeLo, a superstar whose career dates to the early 1990s, ran through his own familiar hits. Crowd-pleasers included "Crazy," "(Forget) You" and a rowdy take of "Don't Cha," which he reminded the crowd he wrote for the Pussycat Dolls.

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    Spiegelworld developing new show at at Palazzo. By John Katsilometes Las Vegas Review-Journal

    The second act at The Act is being developed by the crew who brought Absinthe to the Strip.

    Opium, a production featuring a comic host introducing a variety of wild side acts, is reportedly being planned for the venue on the second level of the Shoppes at the Palazzo entertainment and retail promenade. The show is the latest from the team at Spiegelworld, the company behind Absinthe at Caesars Palace.

    The nightclub space at Palazzo was home to the adult-themed variety showcase The Act, which was the Las Vegas outpost of the New York adult cabaret The Box, from October 2012-13.

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    Caesars drops plans to turn the Cleopatra's Barge into a club. By John Katsilometes/LVRJ

    The seismic shift in shows at Caesars Entertainment hotels has led to a change in strategy at Cleopatra's Barge. Opened in 1970, the moated showroom has recently been home to free performances David Perrico's Pop Strings (Thursdays through Saturdays) and Zowie Bowie (Tuesdays and Wednesdays) with occasional national acts like Blues Traveler, Plain White T's and CeeLo Green (up next, four shows from July 21-29).

    Last fall, there was a strong feeling " sustained by serious negotiations " that Caesars Entertainment was moving a national music club into the Cleopatra's Barge space, in a three-way partnership with outgoing headliner Matt Goss. Not happening. There might be a new club in a Caesars Entertainment property, maybe Flamingo Las Vegas, but not at Caesars.

    As Jason Gastwirth, the company's senior VP of marketing and entertainment, says, "We like the Barge as it is, with the ability to have an open club and close it off as we have been for ticketed shows. It has a great history and place in the company."

    "Circus 1903" moving into Paris Las Vegas' theater. By John Katsilometes/LVRJ

    The new/old circus show moving into Paris Theater hearkens to the turn of the century.

    Last century.

    The title itself time-stamps this show, "Circus 1903 " The Golden Age of Circus, moving into Paris Las Vegas for an open-ended run beginning July 26. The all-ages extravaganza is scheduled to run nine performances per week, from 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays, with added shows at 3 p.m. Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets are $49 and go on sale 10 a.m. Friday.

    "Circus 1903" arrives from Simon Painter and Tim Lawson for The Works Entertainment and MagicSpace Entertainment, the producers of "The Illusionists," with its rotation of six to eight magicians and billed as the largest magic show produced worldwide. Among the company's other titles: "Le Grand Cirque," "Le Noir" and "Cirque Adrenaline," productions covering more than 300 cities and 30 countries.

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    "Chumlee" of "Pawn Stars" opens candy store

    Hey, guys, it's Chumlee and, yes, I am alive and well! By now you may have heard that Chumlee’s Candy on the Boulevard is now open at Pawn Plaza, right next to the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop!

    The idea for the candy shop came about when Corey told me it was time for me to get to work and stop sitting around or getting coffee and donuts for "The Old Man." I talked it over with my younger brother, Sage, and we considered opening a pizza place or a breakfast spot but didn't want to compete with the restaurants already doing great business at Pawn Plaza, such as Rick's Rollin Smoke BBQ & Tavern and Jared's Old Fashioned Hot Dogs & Hamburgers.

    We thought a candy shop was perfect, we could offer something for everyone and it would even make a great gift. I mean, who doesn't like candy?! This shop is also my chance to show Rick and the "Old Man" that I'm ready for that promotion they promised me 10 years ago.

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    "Miss Behave" talks about new show that opens July 7 at Bally's by Robin Leach/LVRJ

    If you thought that Absinthe under the tent at Caesars Palace was a down-and-dirty night out of the outrageous and eccentric then just wait until the wonderfully chaotic world of The Miss Behave Game Show premieres next Friday (July 7) at Bally's. Depending on your point of view this is fun-filled bad behavior at its best — or worst!

    Grab onto your golden, sequined coattails and hold tight because the wildest night out you never even knew you wanted, is coming to the Las Vegas Strip. This fast, feverish, frantic, frenetic, frenzied and just down right fantastic fun night of entertainment will kick the dust off variety for good, at the former Liaison nightclub, now known as The Backroom at Bally's.

    It's a show with no rules but where everyone's a winner and the players lives are changed one game at a time. The Miss Behave Gameshow is a one-stop-shop of an evening, which will bring out the best and worst in us with prizes and variety of acts occasionally of questionable quality thrown in for good measure. This international comedy hit will entice audiences to step out of their comfort zone and immerse themselves into the sinful world presented to them.

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    Flamingo Las Vegas rooms to get upgrade by Thomas Moore


    Rooms at the Flamingo Las Vegas will get a $90 million overhaul starting in August, parent company Caesars Entertainment officials said Thursday.

    The project is part of an effort to update rooms at several of the company's resorts, which has resulted in strong growth in revenues recently, Caesars executives said during a recent earnings call.

    Designed by Forrest Perkins, the new rooms will feature gold hues and bright flamingo pink, of course, as well as nods to the history of the casino in murals featuring images from the casino's Rat Pack days. The resort celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2016.

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    The world's finest drag queens have been re-creating pop culture's most legendary songstresses for decades in Las Vegas under the direction of host/drag queen extraordinaire Frank Marino, yet the latest incarnation of his show, Frank Marino's Divas Las Vegas, demands to be seen over and over with a cast of more than a dozen personalities featured every night, you'll never see the same show twice. And never has that been more true than right now. After five years, Marino, who is celebrating his 31st year performing in Las Vegas, has changed up his show, adding new celebrities and new performers.

    Don't fret, longtime fans, Divas still features the celebrities you know and love, including Britney Spears, Liza Minnelli, Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Patti LaBelle, Cher and Whitney Houston. But now you can enjoy Adele performing Rolling in the Deep and Pat Benatar rocking out to Shadows of the Night. Barbra Streisand may make an appearance as well.

    There[s also the addition of cast member Bryan Watkins (featured on RuPaul's Drag Race), who performs as Shannel while belting out a showstopping Bring On the Men from hit Broadway musical Jekyll & Hyde.

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    Michael Spadoni performs Friday and Saturday nights inside Oscar’s lounge at the Plaza Hotel & Casino

    Playing a baby grand piano, Michael Spadoni blends his classical music training with his “hippie-hopera” style to create a unique and entertaining show inside the lounge at Oscar’s steakhouse at the Plaza Hotel & Casino every Friday and Saturday night from 7 to 10 p.m.

    A self-taught pianist and composer, Spadoni has been performing regularly downtown and on the Las Vegas Strip for the past seven years. He is now appearing at Oscar’s with live performances of original songs and creative covers from Bach to Britney.

    Spadoni has enjoyed a very successful career in Las Vegas, especially in the downtown area. As a piano/theatre major at the Las Vegas Academy, his early ambitions to be a film composer lead him to study composition with Virko Baley at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas on a piano scholarship. Since then he has scored two films and several shorts.

    He got his first taste of live performances and band life when he played and toured with The Rooks and Modern Science. He also began to regularly perform at Don't Tell Mama in downtown Las Vegas. Spadoni then started his own band to feature his original songs. His first show fronting his live band was at the House of Blues, where he competed against eight other bands for Mix 94.1's "Band Battle for Bite." He won first place, and it led to the band opening up for Sheryl Crow at the Joint. Since then, Spadoni has been performing at various Vegas venues and composing songs while also developing an app for a new experience in live performance funded by the Downtown Project.

    Steve's Las Vegas Quickies

    Master impressionist Gordie Brown is once more on the hunt for a venue as the Cabaret Show Lounge at the Mezzanine at Planet Hollywood is closing its ticketed shows Aug. 15. Caesars Entertainment is reportedly shutting down the 185-seat space to make way for a more expansive showroom that would also incorporate the former Gallery nightclub.

    The most likely outcome for Brown, who opened at the Cabaret on May 9, is a move across the Mezzanine to the 210-seat Sin City Theater, which has a 5:30 p.m. opening. Brown said Sunday the prospects are "looking good" for such a relocation.

    Cirque du Soleil has yet to announce plans for its main theater after Criss Angel Mindfreak Live ends its contract on Nov. 1, 2018. Word is the company is working on a new show for the Luxor stage to open in 2019.

    Meanwhile, Angel;s co-star Chloe Crawford has been performing her own magic at the theater entrance prior to performances. The act involves a popcorn kernel, nasal inhalation, sinus massage and eye-popping conclusion

    Cirque du Soleil's merger with Blue Man Group, announced on Thursday, has sharpened the focus on Cirque's commitment to expanding its brand around the world. But in the wake of Cirque's acquisition of the Blue Men, it has become apparent the company is de-emphasizing its development of Broadway-style production shows under its Cirque Theatricals division.

    The B-52s filled House of Blues for three rowdy shows over the weekend. After the closer on Sunday night, co-founder Kate Pierson said she liked the idea of pairing the great party band, celebrating its 40th anniversary with a similarly styled act for an extended engagement on the Strip. Fellow B52 founder Fred Schneider has also said the band is very interested in performing more often in Las Vegas.

    Donny Osmond is the latest celeb to grace the walls of the Palm Restaurant at Forum Shops at Caesars. His caricature, drawn by the artist Steve Spector, was unveiled on Wednesday afternoon. Ever a character in real life, D-Os joins such stars as Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, Jerry Seinfeld,Carlos Santana and Nicolas Cage on the walls.

    Minus5 Ice Experience, the company that launched America's first ice experience, will open its third Las Vegas location inside the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo.

    Minus5 Ice Experience will be open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Admission ranges from $22 to $75.

    ALICE: A Steampunk Concert Fantasy, an immersive journey through the darker side of Wonderland, will be performed the second Monday of each month at Rocks Lounge inside Red Rock Resort, beginning Monday, July 10 at 10 p.m. Cover is $25 at the door, which includes a complimentary specialty cocktail. Doors open and a special cocktail hour begins at 9 p.m.

    Based on the writings of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass, the show combines original arrangements of favorite pop/rock songs with unforgettable vocals, dancers and a nine-piece band, to create a frenetic theatrical experience.

    Palace Station Hotel & Casino, Station Casinos' first casino, is currently undergoing a property-wide modernization and eliminating its well-established, 30-plus year train theme. As part of that effort, several signs are being retired to the Neon Museum.

    Retired Palace Station signs, which adorned the exterior of the property beginning in 1983, were officially unveiled in the museum's new Boulevard Gallery exhibit and event space. Signage includes the train, which is approximately 8 feet wide by 17 feet tall and weighing 1,800 pounds, and the Palace Station letters, which measured approximately 50 feet in total length.

    Frank Marino's Divas Las Vegas will perform Wednesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. and Friday through Monday at 4 p.m. Divas final late night 9:30 p.m. show running Monday through Sunday will be July 9. Additionally, the show is offering an all-new drink package, including tickets and a free drink served in a souvenir cup. Tickets start at $24.99.

    Golden Gate Closing for Expansion: The Golden Gate will close August 20-25 for what's being termed a "major expansion." Casino space will be nearly doubled, the outdoor One Bar will be extended, and a new entry way off the Fremont Street Experience will be built. The plans don't appear to include the neighboring La Bayou Casino, which is also controlled by owner Derek Stevens.

    New Book at Cromwell: A sports book is being built at the Cromwell. Soon to be conspicuous no more as the only casino on the Strip without a book, the new facility is expected to be open by the start of this year's NFL season.

    Wynn Parking Details Announced: Wynn Resorts has announced its paid-parking plan for Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. Beginning Aug. 7, self-parking will cost $7 for the first two hours, $12 for 2-4 hours, and $15 for up to 24 hours. The first hour is free. There are no discounts for casino guests or locals. Paid valet parking is already in effect, with fees of $15 for the first four hours and $20 up to 24 hours.

    The Mob Museum has added Happy Hour Pricing. Get $5 off admission (regularly $23.95) Mon.-Thurs. after 5 p.m. and drinks at the Museum Bar are half price till 9 p.m. There're also three new packages that include tours and tastings in the new distillery, priced at $25, $30, and $35.

    Return of Sahara Rumored: Could the Sahara be coming back? Following the sale of SLS Las Vegas and a renaming of the players club to Club 52 the Sahara opened in 1952 rumors are swirling that a wholesale return to the Sahara may be coming. The SLS name has been considered a liability, but a players club name seems like light evidence supporting such a big move.

    Legal Weed on Sale: Buying and possessing recreational marijuana in Nevada became legal yesterday, and long lines formed at dispensaries throughout Las Vegas. Nevada is the fifth state to establish a regulated program. Adults 21 and over may purchase up to one ounce of marijuana to smoke, or 1/8 ounce of edibles or concentrates from licensed retail outlets. But while it's easy to buy, the problem is finding a legal place to smoke it, as public consumption is still not allowed.


    We knew there would be zombies, but we didn’t know how we’d encounter them. Now, Fremont Street Experience and ride manufacturer Triotech have revealed details for the forthcoming Fear the Walking Dead attraction (based on the AMC TV show), and it promises to deliver several different ways to activate your anxiety: It’ll combine three currently popular amusement devices—an escape room, a maze and interactive gaming with a more traditional motion simulator, united by a narrative that involves dodging and defeating zombies inside a junior college setting. Which means FTWD won’t be a passive experience. The attraction is slated to open at 425 Fremont Street between Mickie Finnz and Walgreens later this summer.

    Theresa Caputo Live! the Experience Coming to Park Theater at Monte Carlo Saturday, October 14

    Theresa Caputo, from TLC's hit show Long Island Medium, will appear live at Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino Saturday, Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. Caputo will share personal stories about her life and explain how her gift works. She also will deliver healing messages to audience members while providing her fans comfort in knowing that their loved ones who passed are still with them, only in a different way.

    Tickets starting at $45.50 (including applicable service charges or fees) go on sale Friday, July 28 at 10 a.m. PST. A fan club pre-sale will runTuesday, July 25 at 10 a.m. PST to Thursday, July 27 at 10 p.m. PST (passcode: VIVA). Tickets can be purchased online at ParkTheaterLV.comor Tickets also are available for purchase through the MGM Resorts International Call Center at (877) 795-2564. For more show and ticket information, visit

    Purchasing a ticket does not guarantee a reading. A limited number of VIP tickets that include a signed copy of her new book and a meet and greet (not a reading) are available.

    M life Rewards loyalty members will receive access to a pre-sale running Thursday, July 27 from 10 a.m. PST to 10 p.m. PST. To join the M life Rewards program, or for more information, visit

    The Experience brings Caputo face-to-face with her fans, as she lets Spirit guide her through the audience. A video display ensures everyone in the venue has an up-close, hands-on experience regardless of seat location. "The experience isn't about believing in mediums. It's about witnessing something life-changing" says Caputo. "It's like "Long Island Medium" live, witnessing first-hand spirit communication."

    The highly rated show Long Island Medium follows Caputo's life as a typical Long Island wife and mom with one very big difference, she can communicate with the dead. Since she cannot "turn off" this gift, messages from departed loved ones can come through at any time, which lead to spontaneous readings with those she encounters. A new season of Long Island Medium debuted in February 2017 on TLC. In addition to her television show, Caputo has appeared on such programs as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Live with Kelly and Michael, Dr. Oz and The Today Show.

    Her new book Good Grief: Heal Your Soul, Honor Your Loved Ones, and Learn to Live Again was released in March 2017. With her energetic, positive and encouraging tone, Caputo uses the lessons from Spirit to guide the reader through grief toward a place of solace and healing. Her second book titled You Can’t Make This Stuff Up was released in September 2014 and debuted at No. 9 on the New York Times Best Seller List. Her first book titled There’s More to Life Than This was released in Fall 2013. Learn more about Caputo at

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    Hunger Pains: The Food & Restaurant Section

    A Look Inside MB Steak and Its Private Room - The new steakhouse at the Hard Rock Hotel has a second level with a garden bar.

    Now open at the Hard Rock Hotel, the first restaurant from brothers David Morton and Michael Morton, whose father created the Morton's The Steakhouse brand. MB Steak at the resort brings a 7,800-square-foot restaurant spanning two levels.

    Customers walk through an entry passage that leads to the main dining room and bar on the first floor. Hidden behind the main bar is a "private bar room" with an exclusive, social setting for mingling.

    LED lights illuminate the staircase to the second level with a soft glow. Upstairs, guests find a 60-person private dining room as well as a garden bar and lounge.

    Twenty-five feet above the upstairs island bar sits a skylight outfitted with a mix of succulents and moss pouring in from above. The room is framed with operable windows that open to views of the Las Vegas Strip.

    GET SOCIAL AT CRUSH by Jason Harris/Las Vegas Magazine

    At the MGM Grand, you'll find an amazing variety of restaurants, with cuisine ranging from high-end French at Joël Robuchon to Japanese at Morimoto. If it's modern American you're seeking, look no further than Crush. Restaurateurs Jenna and Michael Morton turned to executive chef William DeMarco to create the inventive menu, and from start to finish, Crush satisfies.

    Tucked away near L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Crush creates an intimate vibe on entering. Low lighting and a great soundtrack match the feel of the cuisine.

    Three standout starters are the heirloom tomato salad, sea scallops Benny, and ahi tuna bites. The first is a straightforward take on a caprese salad, with heirloom tomatoes and creamy burrata cheese. A balsamic glaze ties flavors together and it all rests on a bed of fresh pesto. The second is a successful play on a Benedict with each component adding to the natural sweetness of the scallop. A tasty potato cake and salty chorizo form the base of the dish while a sunny-side up quail egg serves as the topper. Chipotle hollandaise surrounds the stack. And the third is wonderfully presented, served with avocado and ponzu vinaigrette.

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    $6 Million Makeover for the Palms Bistro Buffet by Bradley Martin

    The mega-million investments involving the Palms continue, with a high-priced upgrade in the works for the Bistro Buffet. Over the weekend, the former 24 Seven Cafe was replaced by Lucky Penny, an updated version of a round-the-clock casino coffee shop. During the six-month renovation, the buffet had been serving all night long.

    Soon, the buffet will close and begin a complete overhaul of its 9,685-square-foot space on the edge of the casino floor. For construction costs alone, the Palms has allocated an estimated budget of $5.8 million, to change the entire dining area with new furniture, walls, ceiling finishes and electrical and lighting fixtures. Even with a seven-figure price-tag, the project is leaving all the existing kitchen equipment intact.

    A new name is yet to be unveiled and the resort is only willing to reveal the space will be transformed into a "food hall" when it debuts this December. A precise closing date for the existing buffet had not yet been announced, but is expected to be very soon.

    Next on the property, Social Table, featuring poolside dining, craft beers, grilled dishes and "bar favorites," will debut mid-July inside the former home of Hooters.

    Dine 24 Hours at Day at the New Lucky Penny Cafe by Susan Stappleton

    The changes at the Palms are coming fast and furious. First up, the new Lucky Penny Cafe, now open 24 hours a day at the resort. The restaurant marks the first major enhancement to the property under Station Casinos' ownership. The restaurant takes over the former 24/7 Cafe space.

    Customers find a 143-seat café decked out in mid-century modern elements such as dark neutral wood tones with touches of blue and gold. Oversized light fixtures, vintage-inspired whitewashed organic ashlar stone walls and bronze screen panels decorate the space. Marble tables and countertops and a large wrap-around counter with individual charging stations at each seat create the look of this space.

    Traditional breakfast dishes such as buttermilk Nutella pancakes and a savory ratatouille frittata make the menu, as do a breakfast pizza, the eggsadilla and the macho machaca hash.

    Lunch dishes include zin-braised meatballs, a mezze board with hummus and baba ganoush and Neapolitan-style pizzas, chicken and biscuits, hearth-oven brick chicken and shakes served boozy or virgin.

    On the healthy side of the menu, find pressed juices, salads and veggie burgers. Asian-American-inspired cuisine such as charred Brussels sprouts and a pastry window with croissants and sweets to-go as well as specialty coffees and lattes by J. Gursey coffee round out the menu.

    8oz Korean Steak House Coming Soon to Chinatown by Bradley Martin

    Hosting two of the hottest trends of the past 12 months, the Mountain Point Business Park on Spring Mountain Road has two dining tenants very close to a debut and one more on the way.

    Promising they are "coming soon," 8oz Korean Steak House has already finalized a menu and is putting the final touches on its interior. A sibling to Umami, the hit sushi restaurant in Centennial, 8oz Korean will fill 3,930 square feet on the Stober Boulevard side of the Park, close to the already open Game Nest arcade.

    On the menu, Korean barbecue prepared at your table, the best hot pots "you ever tasted in your life," ranging in heat levels from plain to "challenging," plus bibimbap and lunch specials including "best short rib soup" for $13 and a $14 tofu hot pot lunch combo, with sides like pork bulgogi.

    On the Spring Mountain side of the retail building, newcomer California Sushi Burritos is currently hiring for its 1,488-square-foot space, serving a now familiar menu and also promising to be opening soon.

    And next door to 8oz Korean, a still to be revealed 3,073-square-foot mystery project. Described as either a restaurant, or a milk and boba tea concept, real estate brokers have dubbed it the Na & Ma Restaurant, a name owned by 8oz's parent companies.

    Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas to Serve Beer Bucket Special on International Beer Day

    BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas invites beer lovers to take their taste buds on a flavor trip with BEER PARK’s exclusive beer special in celebration of International Beer Day on Friday, August 4.

    On International Beer Day, BEER PARK will offer an Around the World special, a bucket of six beers from six different countries U.S.A.'s Budweiser, Belgium's Delirium Tremens, Mexico's Estrella Jalisco, Netherlands Heineken, Japan's Kirin Light and Germany's Schönramer Gold, priced at $35. The popular rooftop bar and grill's selection of 100 beers, including 36 drafts on tap, will also be available.

    The celebration will continue with BEER PARK's beer-infused food selections, including Shock Top-marinated bratwurst, made with Shock Top-caramelized onions, sauerkraut and spicy grain mustard, priced at $10.95; fish and chips, prepared with Shock Top-battered Alaskan cod and served with crinkle cut fries, lemon and malt vinegar mayo for $19.95; and the BBQ Burger, topped with Goose Island candied bacon, cheddar cheese, barbecue sauce, onion rings and jalapeño slaw, priced at $10.95.

    Surrounded by scenic views of the Las Vegas Strip, guests can relax by playing pool, foosball or any of BEER PARK’s oversized yard games, including Jenga and Connect Four.

    Reservations are available by calling 702.444.4500 or by visiting

    Serving Up Spice in Summerlin - Nacho Daddy Unveils New Happy Hour Menu, Drink Specials and Events at West Sahara Location

    Summerlin folks are getting the special treatment from locals’ favorite Mexican-cuisine hotspot, Nacho Daddy as they launch their new Happy Hour menu. Available now Monday through Friday from 3 – 6 p.m. and all day on Sunday, guests can settle down and indulge in food and drink specials while dining in a cool and casual atmosphere with coworkers, friends, and family.

    Happy Hour patrons will enjoy bottomless libations and a variety of mini-style nachos when they dine at the bar or on the patio. Quench the thirst with bottomless palomas, house margaritas, or mimosas for $20 or grab a Corona for $1. Nosh on a variety of mini-style Mexican-American nachos including BBQ Chicken, Nacho Average Burger, Sloppy Joe, Buffalo Hot, and Vegan Loaded, all are priced from $4 - $5.

    In addition to the new Happy Hour menu, Nacho Daddy in Summerlin will also have specials throughout the week including Meatless Mondays, a perfect excuse to try Nacho Daddy’s new vegan Crispy Avocado Taco, Taco Tuesdays, and BOGO Wednesdays. Kids also get in on the special treatment as kids eat for free on Mondays.

    For those who have a taste for tequila, Nacho Daddy in Summerlin starts a bi-monthly Tequila Tuesday, which is a special tequila tasting where guests can sample a variety of tequilas, learn about brands and varieties and snack on their favorite Nacho Daddy menu items. The next Tequila Tuesday will be August 1. Tequila tastings will be every other Tuesday (subject to change). The Essential Patios of Las Vegas - 10 patios to frequent on and off the Strip by Agnes Poliquin

    Las Vegas seems to have two rare times during the year where the weather is just perfect, not too hot and not too cold. While these times are not officially recognized, locals know the time of year all too well. Luckily, we are still in that perfect spring time weather of 80 degrees and what better way to appreciate it than to dine outside? If you are lucky enough, you will find one of the restaurants who offer delicious food, a relaxing atmosphere, and a nice patio space. Patio dining is also popular for those who may not want to only sit and enjoy the weather, but rather, sit and enjoy people watching. Our list of eight essential spots for outdoor dining includes patios with prime spaces for not just people watching, but also spectacular views, a secret garden and even a water show. Each of these eight spots also provides tasty food and libations as well.

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    Brunch Isn't Just for the Weekend at Sugar Factory

    America's favorite eatery and confectionary shop, Sugar Factory American Brasserie, located at the Fashion Show is home to one of the most over-the-top brunches on the Las Vegas Strip. Available daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., it's the perfect spot to start the day off sweet in true Sugar Factory fashion or to celebrate any occasion in style with custom brunch packages.

    With outdoor dining overlooking the spectacular sights of the Las Vegas Strip, Sugar Factory is a premier destination for brunch allowing visitors the chance to possibly run into celebrities such as Drake, Kylie Jenner, Backstreet Boys and Pitbull. On Saturdays and Sundays, guests can enjoy the weekend tradition with bottomless mimosas or bloody marys for $25 alongside Sugar Factory's menu of savory and sweet treats.

    Signature brunch menu items include:
    • Country fried chicken and waffles with buttermilk fried chicken served over two classic waffles and white cheddar maple mornay sauce and warm maple syrup with your choice of white, milk or dark chocolate sauce $25
    • Grilled NY strip steak and eggs with herb marinated NY strip with two eggs your way, served with bearnaise sauce, home fries and choice of white, wheat or rye toast $22
    • Nutella crepe filled with Nutella and topped with milk chocolate hazelnut crunchies, melted milk chocolate chunks and whipped cream with your choice of white, milk or dark chocolate sauce $15
    • Sugar Factory eggs benedict with two poached farm fresh eggs, Canadian bacon, parmesan and grilled asparagus over scalloped potatoes topped with homemade hollandaise sauce $17
    • Strawberry brioche french toast with smothered fresh mixed berries and whipped cream served with warm maple syrup $15
    • Ham and cheese croissant with sliced black forest ham and aged cheddar on a toasted buttery croissant served with home fries $18
    • Red velvet pancakes with three fluffy pancakes, white chocolate chunks, orange zest, whipped cream and warm maple syrup $15

    Sugar Factory Las Vegas is located at the Fashion Show Mall, 3200 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109. Sugar Factory American Brasserie is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. - 12 a.m. ; Friday 9 a.m. - 2 a.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. - 2 a.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. - 12 a.m. Brunch is served daily and bottomless mimosas and bloody marys on Saturdays and Sundays only. Reservations and large-group bookings are available through or by calling 702.685.0483.

    Hot Chick'n Lands at Shake Shack Beginning August 1

    Turn up the heat! The Hot Chick'n, a crispy chicken breast dusted with a guajillo and cayenne pepper blend and topped with slaw and pickles, lands at Shacks nationwide (excluding airports, stadiums and ballparks) on August 1, 2017, for a limited time.

    The Hot Chick'n joins the award-winning Chick'n Shack, Shake Shack's first-ever chicken sandwich that debuted in 2015.

    "We've been playing around with a spicy version of our Chick'n Shack for some time now," said Shake Shack Culinary Director Mark Rosati. "And we couldn't be more thrilled to finally share our newest creation with our Shack fans!"

    The Hot Chick'n is crafted from an all-natural cage-free chicken breast, no hormones or antibiotics ever-slow-cooked in a creamy buttermilk marinade, hand-dipped into Shack-made batter, dredged through seasoned flour and crisp-fried. The sandwich is dusted with a guajillo and cayenne pepper blend and topped with Louisiana hot sauce slaw, kosher dill pickles and served on (what else?) the same pillowy non-GMO potato bun that has cradled the classic ShackBurger since Shake Shack's inception."

    Can't wait until August 1? Get early access via the Shack App. From July 28th through July 31st, you can order the Hot Chick’n exclusively on the Shack App.

    In Southern Nevada, you will be able to find the sandwich at the following Shake Shack locations: Downtown Summerlin, NY-NY Hotel & Casino, and the recently opened Henderson location at The District at Green Valley Ranch.

    Ready for International Beer Day? Enjoy exclusive deals at Beer Park and Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book

    Set in the backdrop of the world-famous Strip on the rooftop of Paris Las Vegas, BEERARK is home to over 100 beers, including 36 on draft. BEER PARK will celebrate International Beer Day by offering the "Around the World" bucket of six beers from six different countries - Budweiser, Delirium Tremens, Estrella Jalisco, Heineken, Kirin Light and Schönramer Gold. Aside from quenching thirst, the rooftop venue will treat guests to BEER PARK's full menu, including the Shock Top cooked brats, priced at $10.95, and a 1/2 rack of barbecue ribs dry rubbed and slow smoked then coated with an apricot glaze, served on Wonder bread along with pit baked beans and coleslaw priced at $19.95. Guests can enjoy optimal sports viewing on dozens of high-definition TVs, as well as adult-sized activities such as Jenga, shuffle board and Connect Four.

    With over 50 TVs indoors and outdoors and a William Hill Sports Book featuring a state-of-the-art, giant HD screen, Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book is the perfect location for visitors and locals alike to place their bets, grab a burger and beer and cheer on their favorite college and professional football teams. There's even a burger called the "Manly," which is topped with house beer-cheddar, bacon lardons and smoked-salt onion strings. There are also plenty of game-watching finger foods, like buffalo chicken wings, beef barbacoa loaded nachos and a jumbo soft Bavarian pretzel that's served with house beer cheddar. Plus, buckets of beer with domestics starting at $20.

    New Restaurants To Try in Las Vegas Right Now by Susan Stappleton

    Las Vegas is home to many new restaurants. Some of the smaller ones that open with less than a shebang go unnoticed. Here's a look at some of the new smaller restaurants that opened recently all over the Las Vegas valley.

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    A Handy Guide to Hot Dogs in Las Vegas by Susan Stappleton and Agnes Poliquin

    Hot dogs are one of the simple pleasures in life. Keep them simple with ketchup for the kids or go over-the-top fancy for the food snob. Las Vegas has its fair share of hot dogs from Chicago, Detroit and even Los Angeles. Newbie Papaya King out of New York, Dog Haus and Pink's Hot Dogs from Los Angeles, and American Coney Island from Detroit and Windy City Beef N Dogs make the list, along with local favorites The Steamie Weenie in Henderson, Cheffini's in Downtown Las Vegas at the Container Park and gourmet versions at Haute Doggery at The Linq.

    Here, a look at 15 of the most famous hot dogs in Las Vegas, all suitable for a casual bite of a childhood favorite.

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    Where To Find Sushi Happy Hours in Las Vegas

    Sushi, initially a Japanese cuisine, has evolved into food with various Western influences to create new rolls like Japanese lasagna or the California roll. While sushi is one of the most popular choices to dine on, oftentimes the price tag that goes along with this combination of fresh fish and rice reminds diners that this meal is a financial splurge. Many sushi restaurants offer one or two happy hours throughout the week, where customers can enjoy different menu items including sushi rolls, appetizers, nigiri sushi or sashimi at a bargain price. Sometimes, sushi restaurants will also offer a late night happy hour along with a dinner time happy hour, so patrons can enjoy discounted food and drink specials at different times. Most happy hours only last for one or a couple of hours, so customers should make sure to arrive there toward the beginning so they have plenty of time to enjoy the discounted food.

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    Therapy Restaurant Welcomes Summer With New Menu Selections

    Downtown Las Vegas eating just got juicier with new menu items at Therapy restaurant. The American, gastro-style pub located on Fremont St. has added several new menu items, now available for purchase.

    New menu selections available during lunch and dinner include: heirloom tomato and burrata salad, mixed with roasted baby beets, pistachio, pumpernickel, heirloom tomatoes, creamy burrata cheese, balsamic and basil, priced at $13; grilled octopus with crispy chorizo, chickpea and lemon, priced at $21; roasted chicken, a crispy 10 oz. chicken breast served with roasted corn, beech mushroom, caramelized pearl onion and roasted jus, priced at $24. Additional new menu items include the Korean BBQ pork belly, a crispy pork belly marinated in Korean BBQ sauce, served with grilled peaches, roasted eggplant and spicy kimchi, priced at $24; sliced chimichurri steak made with a 12 oz. certified Angus flat iron beef, charred scallion chimichurri sauce, served with fried onion strings, priced at $29.

    Executive Chef, Talen Lancaster, created decadent desserts for the new menu, including the chocolate banana bread pudding consisting of house-made chocolate bread pudding, topped with caramelized bananas, house-made banana sorbet, all drizzled with the restaurant’s own salted caramel dipping sauce mixed with Therapy Whiskey, priced at $10; and hand-made seasonal sorbet available at one serving priced at $5, two servings priced at $7 and three servings priced at $9.

    For more information on Therapy's new menu items, customers may visit

    Your Summer Bucket List is Here ​​​​​​​

    From a new weekend brunch to the best poolside concerts in town and much more, spending summer 2017 with Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts will make you the envy of all your social media followers.

    Brunch, Guy Fieri Style

    Take a bite out of brunch at Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino. The restaurant just launched a dynamite brunch available daily starting at 9 a.m. Guests can chow down on the new Breakfast Burger, a half pound burger patty topped with scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, chicken fried bacon, sausage gravy, sliced tomatoes and onions, the notorious donkey sauce and hand tossed spinach in a red wine vinaigrette all served on a garlic toasted brioche bun. Save room for the restaurant’s insane Hangover Recovery Bloody Marys, where you can customize with your favorite garnishes, heat level, spirit and more.

    Never Give Up Your Bar Stool Again

    The LINQ Hotel & Casino is excited to announce the launch of mobile ordering at several of its bars around the resort including TAG Sports Bar, 3535, Catalyst Bar andO[Sheas Casino. With just a couple taps on your smart phone, guests can get food from Nook Café delivered directly to their seat at the bar. Simply text the word "Nook" to 555-888 and then clink on the link in the reply to place your order.

    In addition to mobile food ordering, guests can get competitive at TAG Sports Bar with its new Buzztime Trivia tablets. Every Tuesday night starting at 7 p.m., trivia enthusiasts can enjoy a hosted night of questions, drink specials and prizes at the bar.

    90's Alt-Rock Dreams Come True at the Flamingo GO Pool

    On Sunday, July 16, Everclear will take the stage at the Flamingo GO Pool for Night Jams. The band is celebrating the milestone 20th anniversary of their 1997 multiplatinum smash So Much for the Afterglow. The album remains a beloved fan favorite, with a slew of unforgettable songs (including "Everything to Everyone, "I Will Buy You a New Life, and "Father of Mine, among others) that permeated MTV and alternative rock radio, and continues to inspire new generations of musicians and fans today. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Rock on!

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    Keep it on the DL

    Yo cuz, keep this a secret! The iconic South Philadelphia cook Steve Martorano is introducing a secret menu to his restaurant, Martonano’s at Paris Las Vegas on Monday, July 17. The secret menu will include flavorful and delicious twists on the Italian-American classics that Martorano was brought up on. Ask your server (quietly) about the secret options next time you’re at the restaurant.

    Exclusive Dinners You Won't Want To Miss

    Two of Caesars Palace's incredible dining destinations will host special dinners in July that guests won't want to miss. On Thursday, July 27, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill will host a beer dinner with Innis & Gunn, Chef Gordon Ramsay's favorite brewery from Edinburgh, Scotland. Starting at 7 p.m. guests will meet & greet General Manager of US Operations Neil Innis Sharp. Following that, guests will sit down for a three-course dinner with beer pairings at 7:30 p.m. of the U.K.'s finest pub-inspired food and beer offerings. To book your seat please call (702) 731-7410 or email [email protected].

    Over at MR CHOW on the same evening, guests will be wowed with a four-course dinner of the restaurant's signature dishes paired with Dom Pérignon Champagne starting at 6:30 p.m. Exclusive bottles that will be popped for the evening include vintages from 2006, 1998 and 1995. We'll raise a glass to that! To save your spot, call (702) 731-7778 or email Group Reservations at: [email protected].

    Ping Pang Pong Doubles in Size by Susan Stappleton

    So Ping Pang Pong at the Gold Coast re-opened back in May, and now the restaurant is ready to reveal its new look and feel. The space expanded with a $3.1 million construction budget to make room for more than 300 customers, representing a 50 percent bigger space. Before the makeover, the restaurant always had a line for customers waiting for either dim sum service or the 80-plus dishes from China.

    New to the restaurant, dark walnut screens and a Chinese pergola, making the space look more modern. Two authentic foo dog sculptures from China stand outside the entrance. Customers walk in to a host station that looks like a Chinese apothecary cabinet. Silk lanterns with red tassels hang overhead.

    The front part of the dining room features a tea service, while further back, customers get a look inside the kitchen. A private banquet room seats almost 100 guests.

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    A First Look Inside The Remodeled Jean George Steakhouse - The restaurant at Aria has a new look. By: Susan Stappleton

    After a two-month renovation, Jean George Steakhouse at Aria makes its return with a new design and dishes.

    MGM Resorts International Design Group created the look of this space with an amphitheater-inspired layout that splits the restaurant into the lounge, which didn't move nor lose its milk drops surrounding the ceiling, elevated dining areas and private rooms.

    The restaurant on the resort's second level now features a geometric frame made from a brushed dark bronze metal at the entrance. Granite high-top tables and black and gold velvet bar stools sit in the expanded lounge.

    Gone are the outlines of cows that ringed the room, replaced by a lattice pattern on the walls instead. Black and gold metallic chairs and leather-wrapped table tops with burnished bronze edges and black metal bases round out the look of this Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant.

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    Jaburritos Introduces New Sushi Cupcakes

    Las Vegas' original sushi burrito concept, Jaburritos, once again raises the bar by introducing sushi cupcakes to its menu. Inspired by current sushi burrito flavors, the restaurant offers three cupcake flavors.

    "We try to excite our guests with culinary creativity," said Ken Aoki, owner of Jaburritos. "Our cupcakes are the perfect snack and allow our guests to experience sushi in a new, exciting way while staying true to our motto 'Feed Your Curiosity.'"

    Available at both Las Vegas locations, sushi cupcake flavors include spicy surimi crab with guacamole and cream cheese, garnished with togarashi; spicy tuna with spicy mayo and eel sauce, garnished with cucumber and crispy garlic; and smoked salmon with red onion, dill and cream cheese, garnished with dill and masago. All toppings rest on a bed of rice in a baked wonton.

    Guests can get four cupcakes for $12. Each box comes with two spicy tuna, one smoked salmon and one spicy surimi crab.

    Jaburritos serves made-to-order sushi burritos stuffed with savory Japanese and Mexican inspired ingredients and flavors. For the complete menu, please visit

    Honey Salt Is Hot with New Menu Items and Summer Promotions! ​​​​​​​

    New and exciting things are coming to local dining hotspot, Honey Salt, and the owners are giving guests a reason to celebrate throughout the week! In addition to their mouth-craving weekend brunch and impressive happy hour, new and seasonal fares make their way onto the main menu for guests to enjoy every day of the week. Diners of all ages will also have something to look forward to during the week with Slash Mondays, Kids Eat Free Tuesdays and Bottomless Sangria Fridays. In addition, the dining hotspot just launched their new summer hours for guests to enjoy even more time dining: Monday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Tuesday through Friday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

    Available now, new summer menu items include Avocado Toast prepared with local tomato, ricotta, and basil flowers; Ahi Tune Poke with avocado, radish, and wonton chips; Burrata comes with roasted beets, asparagus, toasted pistachios, and Rangpur lime vinaigrette; the Tomato Soup with croutons, torn basil, and olive oil; and theShrimp Scampi constructed with black tiger shrimp, Bucatini pasta, and local tomato artichoke. Other delectable highlights on the menu include the New England Frywhich comes with Ipswich clams and calamari, blistered shishito peppers, and piquillo aioli and the Lemon Chicken Salad made with Tom’s greens, roasted chicken, mozzarella, sunflower seeds, chickpeas, and avocado.

    Start the week off with a slash with Slash the Price Mondays. All day long, guests willenjoy hand-picked favorites from the menu for half the price. A few favorite menu selections include the Grilled Scottish Salmon with Gilcrease asparagus, mushrooms, farro and marinated beets; the Turkey Meatballs with Alta Cucina tomatoes, caramelized onions, and Bellwether Farms ricotta; the refreshing Lemon Chicken Salad with Tom’s greens, roasted chicken, mozzarella, sunflower seeds, chickpeas and avocado; and Mary’s Free Range Brick-Oven Chicken Breast served with mac ‘n’ cheese, kale, Anaheim peppers, and natural jus.

    Owners Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla were inspired to not only create a more “grown up” kids’ menu, but also offer kids eat for free on Tuesdays.Available now through Sept. 10, kids 10 and under can enjoy a free kids’ menu entrée per adult entrée. The menu includes classic kid favorites with a twist, such as Cheese Quesadilla, Pizza Pizza Margherita, Mac and Cheese-y, Yes Please-y, Pasta & Meatballs, Grilled Skewers, Crispy Chicken Wings, and Kind-of-a-Big-Deal Cheeseburger and sides include Grilled Asparagus, Tater Tots, Broccoli and Cheddar, and French fries. Kids will also be able to satisfy their sweet tooth with specialty kid-friendly drinks and desserts. Valid lunch or dinner, families must dine in the restaurant to participate; one free entrée per child, per adult. Management reserves all rights.

    As the week “wines” down, bring friends, family, and co-workers into Honey Salt to delight in bottomless sangrias all day long on Fridays. For just $18 per person, enjoy seasonal red or white sangrias by the glass and cheers to the end of the work week and the beginning of the weekend. All guests must be 21 and over.

    The 38 Essential Las Vegas Restaurants, Summer 2017 by Susan Stappleton

    It's time to update the Eater 38, your answer and ours to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant?" This highly elite group covers the entire city, spans myriad cuisines and price points and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs from where to go for a reliable quick bite to where to go when you want to blow half a paycheck on dinner. Every couple of months, we'll be adding pertinent restaurants that were omitted, have newly become eligible (restaurants must be open at least six months) or have stepped up their game.

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    Meet The Newest Restaurant in Fremont East - 7th & Carson brings a menu from the former Inyo chef

    Address: 616 E. Carson St.

    Phone: 702-868-4119

    Hours: Open Thursday through Monday from 5 p.m. to close. For reservations, call

    Fans of Inyo Asian Fusion, rejoice. Chef Gregg Fortunado has a new home at 7th & Carson, which quickly converted the former Glutton space into a "a nice little drinking spot with really great food."

    Former Light Group exec Liam Dwyer opened this restaurant next to the Downtown Container Park with the idea of creating a "social hub for friends to gather and enjoy great drinks, good conversation and delicious small plates meant for sharing."

    Executive chef Fortunato divides his menu into oven, garden, land and sea with dishes such as Carson fried chicken wings with honey habanero hot sauce, a white truffle toast on garlic bread with Gouda fondue, and a duo of duckling pot pies.

    Customers enter through the patio that's filled with herbs hanging on the walls. Open seating is available at the counter of the exhibition hearth oven or at the bar.

    Vacant for 18 months, since two, consecutive, Alex Stratta concepts shuttered within the same building, Hamptons is now under construction at Tivoli Village, already promising "new American cuisine" and "affordable prices."

    Overseen by Howard Klubeck, a former "food, beverage, and activities director" with the Diamond Resorts Internationaltime-share company andHeinrich Stasiuk, the president and co-founder of Arizona's Wildthyme Restaurant Group, Hamptons will take over the former Salt & Pepper space.

    Also once home to Tapas by Alex Stratta, Angelo Sosa's Poppy Den and Petra Greek Taverna, the new restaurant will feature "high quality dishes" and a "creative bar program." The existing layout already includes a long bar, right by the front entrance.

    Motley Brews Unveils Knockout Chefs For 'Hopped Taco Throwdown' Debut In Downtown Las Vegas

    Motley Brews, the creators of Great Vegas Beer Festival, are teaming up with some of Las Vegas’ top restaurants to take tacos to new heights with Hopped Taco Throwdown, a heated competition and craft beer tasting. Chefs will vie for their innovative creations to be crowned the top tacos at the inaugural competition, held at the Backyard at Zappos in Downtown Las Vegas from 8 - 11 p.m. on Saturday, August 12.

    The boutique event, which is limited to 1,200 attendees, will gather some of the city’s most innovative chefs along with top craft breweries for an all-inclusive culinary and beer experience. Lauded tastemakers from both the beer and culinary worlds have been hand-selected to participate in the all-new experiential festival.

    Hopped Taco Throwdown is going to be a no-holds-barreNew retail, expansiod battle among local chefs to make non-traditional tacos. The only rule is, there are no rules, says Brian Chapin of Motley Brews. It's like Iron Chef meets summer beer festival.

    Tacos will be judged in three categories, including: Hopped Taco, for best-beer-infused taco; Taco Loco, for most creative taco; and Taco Dulce, for best dessert taco. Participating restaurants include Buddy V's, Stack Restaurant & Bar; Searsucker, Herringbone; Fix Restaurant & Bar, Citizens Kitchen and Bar, Tacos and Beer and more. Breweries include local favorites such as Crafthaus, Big Dog's, Lovelady, and Bad Beat, as well as several regional breweries.

    Tickets to Hopped Taco Throwdown start at $50 plus fees for general admission, which includes access to the event from 8 to 11 p.m. along with a tasting glass, unlimited beer and taco samples. VIP tickets are also available for $70 plus a service fee, and include early entry at 7 p.m., an upgraded tasting glass, and unlimited beer and taco samples. Tickets are limited and available now at

    More information about Hopped Taco Throwdown is on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @MotleyBrews, and online at

    New retail, expansions, renewed leases signal success for downtown operators at The Ogden and Jiuhl​​​​​​​

    Retail operators at The Ogden and Juhl, iconic downtown high-rises with a combined 30,000-plus square feet of ground-floor retail, have renewed leases or are expanding, while two new retailers Cultivate Community, and Flock & Fowl - have signed new leases to begin operations in the coming weeks. A third retail destination, The Corner Market, recently opened. Both Cultivate Community and Flock & Fowl were brought to their new destinations by Derek Belanus with Northcap Commercial.

    Renewing leases at The Ogden are Oddfellows, a lively video nightclub; Bombshell , a vintage-inspired beauty salon offering the very best in hair, nails, and skincare; and Rachel's Kitchen, serving fresh, high quality and delicious food with a gourmet touch at affordable prices. Flock & Fowl, a popular eatery known for its signature Hainanese Chicken Rice and fresh approach to all things chicken, is planning its second location inside a 2,546-square-foot space on the ground floor of The Ogden. Proprietors Sheridan Su and Jenny Wong operate the original Flock & Fowl on West Sahara close to Golden Steer Steakhouse. Su and Wong are also known for their original hit concept, Fat Choy, located inside the Eureka Casino. An opening date for Flock & Fowl at The Ogden has not yet been set but is expected this fall.

    At Juhl, a multi-building community that spans an entire city block in downtown Las Vegas which boasts more than 20,000 square-feet of thoughtfully curated ground-level retail space collectively referred to as The Promenade at Juhl, Classic Jewel, a popular cocktail lounge that pays homage to Vintage Vegas while serving up new spins on classic cocktails, is expanding, adding another 1,000 square feet. The Corner Market, a community convenience store, recently opened, provides daily essentials with quick but healthy food offerings. And a new lease was recently signed for Cultivate Community, a nonprofit organization that originally began as a mural arts program to sponsor large public murals in downtown Las Vegas and the Arts District and the brainchild of Shane Terry of Taproot Holdings, Inc. Terry's plans for Cultivate Community at Juhl include a rotating retail collection of local showcase artists that are part of the organization's larger mural projects to provide them a space to feature and sell individual works.

    According to Uri Vaknin, a partner at KRE Capital LLC, whose company, in partnership with Dune Real Estate Partners, purchased The Ogden and Juhl in 2013 as DK Las Vegas, these many positive changes signal growing success for the many boutique retail operators within the DK Las Vegas downtown communities.

    As downtown residency grows, so does the need for nearby retail and restaurants, said Vaknin. Located on the ground floor of our high-rise communities, these retailers enjoy immediate access to residents who literally live upstairs, as well as a growing number of visitors, both locals and tourists, alike.

    The Ogden is currently more than 67 percent sold, while Juhl, which was just brought to market with for-sale residences. “That’s a combined built-in audience of residents living in more than 600 homes who enjoy the convenience of retail, restaurant and neighborhood services without having to leave their building, said Vaknin.

    Other retailers at The Promenade at Juhl include Greens & Proteins, a modern, family friendly café featuring a menu full of healthy comfort foods, vegan, raw and vegetarian options and a smoothie and fresh juice bar; Le Pho, a Vietnamese kitchen specializing in fast, fresh and simple dishes by owner Chef Khai Vu; A/V Boutique, specializing in home theater retail and design; Downtown Décor, featuring eclectic and esoteric home furnishings and décor; JAECI, a jewelry store featuring a unique collection of inspirational jewelry; Get A Haircut, a California-based men's barber shop that combines classic cuts with classic rock; and Galerie Miscre8, an urban gallery and supply store that combines street art with fine art.

    Downtown Las Vegas is home to a true cross-section of residents, from young professionals who are drawn to downtown and its urban contemporary aesthetic - to empty nesters and retirees seeking a new adventure and a more maintenance-free lifestyle, said Vaknin. The success and ongoing expansion of area retail further enhances the convenience of living downtown and helps to create a true sense of community.

    Quick Bites

    Cabo Wabo Cantina is celebrating National Tequila Day ALL WEEK LONG starting this coming Monday, July 24 through Friday, July 28. The strip-side cantina will be the hottest spot on the strip offering 50 percent off various Blanco tequila shots throughout the week.

    Cabo Wabo Cantina is also celebrating National Rum Day on Wednesday, August 16 with live music, strip-side views and most importantly…a variety of rum cocktails!

    The Mexican cantina offers a wide range of rum drinks, including their specialty cocktail, the CW Mai Tai. This fruity drink is made with Sammy Hagar’s Beach Bar Rum, Sailor Jerry Rum, orgeat, orange curacao, tropical juices and grenadine topped with a float of Myer’s Rum. Libation lovers can purchase the mai tai at $14 for the glass or $46 for the pitcher.​​​​​​​

    Dirt Dog has quietly begun serving from its small kiosk storefront at the Grand Bazaar Shops, in the southernmost promenade of the outdoor mall, a short distance from Wahlburgers.

    Taking over the shuttered Jimmy's Seaside Fries, Dirt Dog is working in close relationship with next door neighbor Sin City Brewing and is encouraging guests to buy a beer and have the hot dogs brought to their seats.

    Much smaller in size than the original Las Vegas home that debuted just over a year ago at the Rainbow-Shelbourne Plaza, Dirt Dog also shrunk the menu, but diners should begin by sampling its namesake creation, made with "100% premium all beef Nathan's 5/1 dog, wrapped in center cut bacon, topped with grilled onions & red and green bell peppers."

    The latest out of the Mirage has Portofino, the Italian restaurant from chef Michael LaPlaca, shuttering at the end of the year and eventually taking over the former Samba Brazilian Steakhouse. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that there's no word on exactly what role LaPlaca will play in that project, [but] we're told he will be involved.

    Onda Ristorante became Portofino back in February 2014, five months after LaPlaca took over the kitchen with dishes such as arancini "crab cake," snapper en cartoccio baked in a paper bag and burrata agnolotti with lobster, corn butter and chanterelles.

    Samba shutters on Aug. 31 after a nearly 20-year run at the resort. Official word out of MGM Resorts International doesn’t indicate what will replace the Brazilian steakhouse.

    From first word to opening day, Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken has debuted at the Grand Bazaar Shops in record time, now serving restaurateurs Eric and Bruce Bromberg's most famous dish in a casual setting, right on the Strip.

    Located on the eastern end of the retail center, close to the entrance to Bally's, directly in front of Starbucks and a handful of steps from the Giordano's patio bar, this is the second Las Vegas expansion after Downtown Summerlin and only the third national destination.

    Featuring late hours until 2 a.m., Blue Ribbon’s latest menu addition is the stacked high Smorgasbird sandwich, filled with a triple layer of chicken and giant fries with barbecue chicken, smoked bacon, aged cheddar, sour cream and pickled peppers.

    Jacksonville, Florida's Metro Diner arrived in Las Vegas last March, but by this fall, the restaurant will have already created a mini-empire serving comfort food with flair.

    The second diner is headed to the southwest and the Rainbow Warm Springs Retail Plaza, taking over a prominent, 3,451-square-foot space right on the corner of Rainbow Boulevard and Warm Springs Road. The built from scratch restaurant is larger than the Spring Valley original, a remodeled former Carl’s Jr.

    Metro Diner's managing partner Nick Samero, announced on KLAS-TV’s Las Vegas NOW show, the Rainbow location will officially debut on Tuesday, July 18.

    A 24-hour, quick-serve option has debuted at The Cromwell, doubling the resort's dining choices. Eatwell is located on the northern side of the casino floor, anchored by a menu of Starbucks coffee, including strawberries and creme or double chocolate chip frappuccino blended creme beverages.

    For diners looking for a handy grab-and-go solution, Eatwell offers a collection of sandwiches includes the $11 Cuban Press, $12 Italian and the $11 ham or beef stack, plus a turkey, bacon lettuce and tomato creation.

    The front counter also displays a collection of desserts and sweet selections including cookies, lemon cake, danishes, a vanilla bean Napoleon and cheese cake tart.

    ​​​​​​​Casual Baja style seafood has arrived downtown, in an easy to spot location across Las Vegas Boulevard from Dino's Lounge and in the same parking lot as Super Burrito.

    Bajamar Seafood & Tapas is now serving inside the former home of All Star Donuts and more recently Super B Subs, featuring a full menu of authentic Pacific flavors, including dishes they warn can deliver a sharp, fiery taste.

    Open from lunch through dinner, the informal setting features table seating and stools facing the kitchen. On the menu, choices like fish tacos, tostadas, the Las Vegas staple of shrimp cocktail, but prepared Baja-style, salads, soups and a spin on surf and turf, made with shrimp and carne asada.

    Nothing about Vegas is subtle, including its sinfully delicious food! One of The Strip's number one sports bars, The Still Crafts, Drafts, & Eats has just introduced a few bites that are the perfect accompaniment when catching your favorite sports team on TV. Located at the heart of the Mirage Las Vegas, The Still features 27 massive TVs, Bud Bud's, a refurbished airstream trailer and the highest quality beer and cocktails in town including unique Hop Tails that feature a variety of beers in the cocktail.

    The new menu ranges from succulent Filet Mignon Steak Tips with fries to a gooey Fried PB&J that is far from the lunch box special you enjoyed as a kid. Tuesdays, indulge in Tacos & Tequila featuring our succulent steak street tacos and grilled fish soft tacos to our newest addition the all-you-can-eat treat, Crispy Lobster Soft Tacos topped with mango salsa and sweet chili aioli. Skipping the tequila? Sip on our signature Mango Martini or the smooth Pineapple Express, an exclusive hoptails mixed with Cîroc, pineapple shrubs and Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc.

    Each new mouth-watering item is guaranteed to make your game day even sweeter. Please let us know if you are interested in covering The Still's new menu.

    It's officially too late to dine at Stripside Cafe & Bar, the restaurant that temporarily took over the former Serendipity 3 space at the front of Caesars Palace. The restaurant closed to make way forGordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen, which plans to open this winter.

    The shutter was expected this month after permits were recently filed for the initial demolition phase of the makeover. That creates a blank canvas for the 11,307-square-foot space, almost doubling the size of the existing restaurant. Caesars Palace allocated an estimated $250,000 in construction costs to erase all trace of the former tenants.

    The restaurant row along the Harmon Avenue side of the Miracle Mile Shops has a confirmed, familiar name joining fellow locals Hot N Juicy Crawfish and Nacho Daddy.

    Geisha House will take over the shuttered home of Todai Japanese Sushi and Seafood Buffet, filling 10,439 square feet and adding a new 999-square-foot patio with an indoor/outdoor bar.

    Technically called Geisha House/Jeju Island Korean BBQ, implying the restaurant will expand on the original Japanese Hibachi menu, the concept sits a short walk from Buffalo Wild Wings and the Strip.

    Also accessible via the mall interior, the footprint was once earmarked for an expansion of the Texas Land & Cattle Steakhouse chain.

    The restaurant Planet Dailies is due for extensive repair work after Saturday's flooding of the casino floor at Planet Hollywood. The 24-hour eatery was badly damaged; restaurant owner Robert Earl might not have been considering renovations before the weekend, but he is now. Planet Dailies is expected to re-open in October.

    A new restaurant, Charlie's Bar & Grill, is named after longtime Steve Wynn friend and casino host Charlie Meyerson.

    The bar and grill replaces Zoozacrackers, a name that was also a tribute to Meyerson, one of the original casino super hosts, who called anyone he particularly liked Zoozacrackers. Meyerson was 72 when Wynn moved him from his Golden Nugget in Atlantic City to Las Vegas for a $400,000-a-year job in the Golden Nugget's customer development department in 1987. Meyerson held a similar post at the Mirage when it opened in November 1989.

    PUB 365 inside Tuscany Suites features a collection of 365 rotating beers and a menu of traditional pub fare. Mark Sabatini is the first person to reach the unprecedented milestone with the Club 365 beer program of drinking 365 different beers. He did this feat in just under nine months. His reward is an all-inclusive two-night, three-day trip to San Diego where he will tour top breweries.

    Club 365 rewards members for drinking beer with prizes ranging from free menu items to a personalized tap handle on display. For each beer to count, members must drink a new beer.

    Surprise news, Standard & Pour restaurant in Henderson, which was a collaboration between the late Kerry Simon's Simon Hospitality Group and Titan Brands, which runs Hussong's Cantina and Slice of Vegas at Mandalay Place, closed suddenly last week.

    Through Sept. 26, Grimaldi's Pizzeria with locations in 15 states is bringing back its popular Tuesday Tastings featuring half off glasses, carafes and bottles of wine and Sangria every Tuesday excluding house wine.

    M Resort has unveiled a new Tiki Bar open poolside every Friday from 8-10 p.m. with a variety of cocktails, wines and beers, and specially-priced appetizers from Jayde Fuzion. The rest of the week, this is the main bar at M Pool from 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

    Cucina at The Shops at Crystals and Lupo at Mandalay Bay by Wolfgang Puck are each offering summer 3 prix fixe dinner menus for $35 and $45 respectively.

    Lots of new stuff has arrived Downtown. In the spot formerly known as Glutton, 7th & Carson is up and running, thanks to Liam Dwyer (Light Group) and chef Gregg Fortunato (Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill, Inyo Asian Fusion). A few doors down, Mediterranean eatery Two Bald Brothers has opened where Zydeco Po-boys previously operated. And in the John E. Carson building a block away, the Donut Bar operators have taken over the former GrassRoots space with Smooth Eats, serving juices, smoothies, paninis and more.
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