Untruths in local food advertising

Bigger than Bieber.

When it comes to Las Vegas food signage, absolutely anything goes.

For example, check out the spice rack sign by the Fashion Show Mall fool court’s wrap stand.


Is it now? WORLD famous?

Any of you familiar with the GW Spice Bar?

That’s what I thought.

Oh, and here’s another sign I saw, in the Wynn, advertising Chef Bill DeMarco’s food:

Don't believe everything you read.

“Savory small plates are perfect for sharing,” it reads.

No they’re effing not; BIG plates are perfect for sharing.

If you share a small plate, you won’t get any of it.

Is First Food & Bar at Palazzo the only restaurant with honest advertising in this city?


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