Home Reviews Restaurants

Restaurants

Restaurant Reviews

The Still at the Mirage – Opening Night Review

But make no mistake – it is a serious, fully-staffed and stocked kitchen, and the food is no joke. While you will be paying Mirage prices, you can also expect Mirage quality. Excellent. This ain't bar food. Dammit again.

California Pizza Kitchen – Good Food, Good Wine, Good Cause

It's a stick of butter disguised as a cake. It's so good. So rich. I felt my thighs fluff and my arteries harden from just one bite.

K9s and A Surprise at The Orleans

Good thing they don't depend on me because once I get past the nickel video poker machines, my palms start to sweat.

Brazilian Steakhouse Brings It – Part Deux

Meat. Cabernet. And, if you insist, a salad. Health, you know.

The Cooking Experience – Mise En Place

Besides, once more people know about it, it'll be harder for me to get into the really great dinners. Less for me.

Following Zach – Part Three. Herbs & Rye.

I compare a good mixologist to a good chef; he's someone who knows his ingredients, preparation, best practices, and how the resulting cocktail should taste.

MGM, Parking, and Delusion. Again. Snarl.

We – the locals – were spared having to pay the fees until December 29, when, according to the thought processes of the MGM Illuminati, locals would pay, too, therefore increasing their revenues by – get this! – millions. Hahahaha! Delusional!

Elements of (Italian Wine) Style – an Evening with VWWC

I was done. There was nothing left. I cried uncle. Generous servings along with delicious wines had done me in.

An Evening at Jaleo

So what do you do when you've had the opportunity to visit one of the best restaurants in Vegas and do a review, but you're with your main squeeze? You punt.

Texas de Brazil – Brazilian Steakhouse Brings It

I always compare the smell of a clean restaurant to clean laundry. You may not know exactly how it's supposed to smell, but you know it when it's there.
Social Media Icons Powered by Acurax Web Design Company