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The scarcity of food from the Land of Dixie in the desert raises expectations for this Miami import.

The South rises again at the Venetian’s tasty Yardbird

January 28th, 2015

The scarcity of food from the Land of Dixie in the desert raises expectations for this Miami import.

  • There’s something special about the food you grew up with.

  • Thirty-hour sous vide Berkshire pork belly? Yes please.

  • A comforting menu built around salads, pizzas and pastas is a cakewalk for veteran chef Mark Andelbradt.

  • There's a lot going on at the Light Group's first off-Strip restaurant ... almost too much.

  • SLS is still new but it’s already clear that dining is the main reason to visit, and Cleo is a great place to begin.

  • Container Park's first full-service restaurant packs plenty of surprises.

  • A unique concept and precision execution make this distant southeastern restaurant worth the trip.

  • The Downtown stalwart has new owners, a new look and an exciting new Mexican menu.

  • Meat and potatoes? Nah. Try 87 different dishes from blood sausage with sea urchin to suckling pig.

  • Don't assume you know everything there is to know about Border Grill's food.

  • Emeril Lagasse is a Vegas restaurant pioneer, and he knows switching things up is the only way to stay competitive.

  • Las Vegas has had its share of ambitious barbecue joints over the years, but this might be the one.

  • And its varied menu is arguably better than the award-winner down the street.

  • The Chicago takeover continues with this fiery new Chinese restaurant.

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