Food & Drink

Chefs from Le Cirque and Sage are popping up at Harvest, plus DB Brasserie shows off a seasonal summer menu.

Dining News & Notes: July means snackwagons, stone fruit and taco eating contests

July 5th, 2016

Chefs from Le Cirque and Sage are popping up at Harvest, plus DB Brasserie shows off a seasonal summer menu.

  • Plus, get a taste of Andiron's new sushi style ... at Honey Salt.

  • Also, get ready for wine tasting at Eiffel Tower Restaurant, MRKT and Wolfgang Puck's Bar & Grill.

  • TV celebrity chef Robert Irvine, host of the Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible” who has tackled some of the toughest culinary challenges, is opening his first ...

  • Also, Du-par's is open at the Suncoast and new drinks and dishes are coming to Bratalian.

  • Also, Emeril's teams with Firestone Walker and Bellagio launches its seasonal cooking classes.

  • Plus, the Piggie returns to DB Brasserie and backyard barbecue returns to Border Grill.

  • Also, find wine dinners at Giada and Jaleo and find an all-new experience at the Blind Pig.

  • The Truck U Barbeque chef reunites with his former Border Grill operations pro for a new brick-and-mortar restaurant on Flamingo Road.

  • Also, D. Vino does artichokes, Dog Haus is coming soon and #SprinklesTurnsTwo.

  • Also: Aliante Casino's Bistro 57 presents its first Italian cooking demo.

  • The rumors are true. Momofuku is coming to the Las Vegas Strip this year.

  • Also, Tom's Urban celebrates its first birthday, and you can use your players club points from the D at Fremont East restaurants.

  • Plus, Burger Lounge is coming to Aria, February is super-sweet at Hexx, and Via Brasil is doing Carnival.

  • Chef Justin Kingsley Hall is set to bring his SLO-Boy concept to the popular shack in Dino's parking lot.

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