Dish & Tell
I’ve been to many events this year, and one in particular that stood out was Picnic in the Alley.
Amaro (means bitter in Italian) is an Italian bitter-sweet herbaceous liqueur typically enjoyed at the end of the meal to aid digestion.
While new restaurants are popping up weekly in Las Vegas, it’s good to go back to revisit ones that have been here a while.
By now you’ve had the elevated classic to the humble baseball hot dog by Chef Brian Howard of Sparrow + Wolf at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Cooking with friends is more fun and chefs would agree to this, as collaboration dinners have become more and more popular.
On the 56th floor of Palms Casino, with sky-high sweeping views of Las Vegas, an elevated taste of Italy can be found at Vetri Cucina Las Vegas.
It’s time for wine! There will be lots of great wines at Wine Spectator’s Grand Tour on Saturday, April 27 6-10 pm at Mirage.
Ciao! The Italian in me (my name, actually) draws me to one of the newest Italian spots in Summerlin.
Brunch sounds good about now. And thanks to a few new (new to brunch, that is) places with offerings like bottomless mimosas and bread pudding French toast, options are plentiful.
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