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If you need a little drama with your steamed sea bass and crispy beef, you’ll appreciate this experience.

The famous fare and flashy vibe of Mr Chow are at home on the Strip

February 3rd, 2016

If you need a little drama with your steamed sea bass and crispy beef, you’ll appreciate this experience.

  • Former Red Rock Resort executive pastry chef Jaret Blinn brings his locally inspired fare to Henderson.

  • The resort best known as the Las Vegas Hilton needed a culinary makeover, and it got one.

  • Former RM Seafood chef Howard Choi is serving up every kind of sushi roll and rice bowl you’ve ever heard of—and a whole lot more.

  • Simply put, if you like food, you’ll love this lunch.

  • Alain Ducasse's remade restaurant atop Delano Las Vegas is definitely worth a visit.

  • Jessie Rae's BBQ claims to serve Las Vegas-style barbecue. Is that a thing?

  • An intimate space with no disappointing tables and a menu of both classic dishes and new flavors.

  • Downtown Summerlin has grown into a very well-balanced casual dining destination, and now it isn’t missing a Mexican restaurant.

  • The restaurant offers an array of Mediterranean dishes as small plates along with more traditional entrée options.

  • There’s no fusion at Chow—there’s great fried chicken and awesome egg rolls.

  • The newest Red Rock restaurant should find its way into neighborhood favorite status.

  • Katsuya hammers the classic sushi joint favorites and offers plenty of creative alternative dishes, too.

  • With Shake Shack and In-N-Out, the Habit's arrival resulted in a holy trinity of fast-food burgerdom.

  • Flavors are focused at the new restaurant run by the operators of Fat Choy.

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