Al Mancini, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Al Mancini

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Ike’s offering free sandwich, with purchase of another, for the holiday

Ike’s Love & Sandwiches will celebrate Independence Day with a buy-one-get-one offer on Friday and Saturday, but you’ll have to follow them on Instagram to take advantage of it. Sometime Friday, the company will post the official offer on its feed, @Ikessandwiches. Anyone who presents that offer at a local Ike’s on Friday or Saturday will receive a free sandwich with the purchase of one at… → Read More

Partnerships key to getting food to hungry without long lines

Food insecurity remains an issue for families in Las Vegas; new team efforts, Three Square food bank answer the call. → Read More

Fourth of July grill kits from local restaurants, and other restaurant news

Mastro’s offers grill kits for the Fourth of July, and Fukuburger celebrates an anniversary. → Read More

Chef Marc Vetri to bring ‘red sauce’ to Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas

Osteria Fiorella pop-up will serve Italian classics beginning July 10 in the Terra Rossa space at the Summerlin resort. → Read More

Popular Las Vegas tiki bar to reopen after coronavirus exposure

Co-owner of Chinatown bar says premises will be deep cleaned, staff will be tested before reopening. → Read More

Las Vegas chefs have new gigs, businesses offer deals and more restaurant news

Two Cosmopolitan restaurants are offering free cocktails for locals, and two chains will mark upcoming holidays. → Read More

We tried Wynn’s ‘re-imagined’ buffet. Here’s what we found.

It’s the first Las Vegas resort to resume buffet service. Will food brought to your table become the new normal? → Read More

Everyone welcome at downtown’s new LGBTQ ultralounge

The Garden provides Las Vegas gay community with safe space and signature cocktails. → Read More

What’s new at several Las Vegas restaurants

Among the fun: a sushi takeout happy hour, a new restaurant on a resort’s pool deck and a winning lamb dish. → Read More

3 Las Vegas Strip restaurants add optional COVID-19 surcharge

The president of the restaurants’ parent company calls the surcharge “a necessary step during a time when unanticipated costs have jeopardized the survival of our business.” → Read More

Las Vegas Strip pools are reopening, at least for hotel guests

Las Vegas is once again open for business, but it’s not exactly business as usual at Strip pools. → Read More

Downtown Las Vegas restaurants, bars face tough decisions amid protests

After closing for COVID-19, protests raise new concerns for reopening restaurants. → Read More

Off-Strip restaurants fill fine dining niche

High-end dining remains off limits on the Strip, but fine-dining aficionados have off-Strip options. → Read More

Las Vegas chef designs an upgrade for the standard kitchen apron

Chef Jean-Paul Labadie left an MGM Grand kitchen more than a year ago to pursue hsi dream of entrepreneurship. → Read More

Station Casinos reveals restaurant opening dates for 3 properties

Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch and Santa Fe Station eateries to begin serving customers next week → Read More

Las Vegas well-represented in Ming Tsai’s cooking fundraiser

Cooking Live, which will run Sunday on Instagram, will be a fundraiser for cancer charities, including the Tyler Robinson Foundation. → Read More

Las Vegas’ Whiskey in the Wilderness festival goes virtual

Open-fire cooking replaced by online fireside chats “where people have time to talk to the chefs,” the event founder says. → Read More

Piero’s owner, chef assembling top names for Las Vegas food hall

Roy Ellamar, Geno Bernardo and others tapped to for the culinary operation at UnCommons development. → Read More

Mother’s Day dining different amid Las Vegas restaurant reopenings

Restaurants try to adjust on busy day for dining out. → Read More

Restaurants reopen, find no rush for new normal in Las Vegas

While some Southern Nevada restaurants reopened Saturday, the first day they were permitted to do so following the coronavirus shutdown, others were taking a cautious approach. → Read More