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

Dining News & Notes: Nora’s is building, and Naked City is expanding

February 2nd, 2016

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.

  • Also, Stratosphere's lofty lounge gets a new name and Trevi dishes up a new lunch special.

  • Plus, the Feast of Seven Fishes is back at Emeril's.

  • Andy Masi's new restaurant and bar company continues to expand at a rapid pace.

  • Also, seek out special holiday dinners at Morels and Made L.V.

  • Also, Elizabeth Blau joins the cast Restaurant Startup, and Stripsteak teams up with Glenfiddich.

  • Also, get ready for truffles at Delmonico, a Sense...ational Dinner at Guy Savoy and the return of Ultimo.

  • El Burro Borracho is set to open near the Rio's pool in early 2016.

  • Also, Ferraro's has a new executive chef and wine dinners are planned at RM Seafood, Crave and Vic & Anthony's.

  • Also, a new Buffalo Wild Wings on the Strip and a culinary student showdown at Downtown Summerlin.

  • Also, Silver Sevens does food trucks and the Foodie Fest moves to Sunset Station.

  • Plus, free wine for locals at RM Seafood and a pig roast on the patio at Ferraro's.

  • Also, a great lunch deal at Ku Noodle and a stellar restaurant lineup at Joy of Sake coming soon to Caesars Palace.

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