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Also, Southern Wine pros turn up at Made L.V. and Scott Conant adds lunch to the menu at DOCG.

Dining News & Notes: Metro Pizza at The Market and a summer discount for locals at DB Brasserie

June 21st, 2015

Also, Southern Wine pros turn up at Made L.V. and Scott Conant adds lunch to the menu at DOCG.

  • Also, Big Dog's takes over the taps at Flour & Barley and Shibuya combines street food, sake and cosplay.

  • Also, small plates make the menu at Andre's and move from Lago to Hyde.

  • Plus: A Korean cooking class at Roy's and a St. Jude's fundraiser at Ra Sushi.

  • Also, Sinatra offers a meal to remember to mark what would have been Frank's 100th birthday.

  • Also, catch a Cinco de Mayo experience to remember at Hecho en Vegas and a wonderful wine pairing dinner at Strip House.

  • Also, Carmine's has you covered for National Garlic Day.

  • Apparently Downtown Summerlin needs yet another burger joint ... not that we're complaining. Bring on the Shack!

  • The modern French brasserie is the first of the Cosmopolitan's original restaurants to shutter.

  • Also, plenty of wine dinners, new restaurants, and a change for Las Vegas Restaurant Week.

  • Vegas DeLuxe has learned exclusively that KGB in at Harrah’s and his popular Simon Restaurant & Lounge in Palms Place will be shuttered shortly. Carson ...

  • The prestigious annual chef and restaurant awards include more Las Vegas semifinalists than in years' past.

  • Also, a unique beer dinner takes over Mandalay Bay and Delano this month.

  • Also, Yelp's Top 100 Places to Eat features two Las Vegas restaurants among the top three on the list.

  • Also, Juice Standard is set to open a second location in Green Valley.

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