Quick Bites: Ada’s, Estiatorio Milos, Gatsby’s at Resorts World and more Las Vegas food news

It’s almost time to once again eat the Milos Special, this time at Venetian.
Tim Atkins

Ada’s has reopened at Tivoli Village. Formerly a boutique Italian restaurant, the concept has changed into a cozy Spanish-inspired wine bar open Wednesday through Sunday from 2 until 9 p.m.

Stripburger & Chicken, the Strip-front eatery at the Fashion Show mall operated by the company behind Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab at the Forum Shops at Caesars, has reopened for the first time in almost a year. It currently opens at 3 p.m. on weekdays and 11:30 a.m. on weekends, and on March 15 it will shift to full operating hours of 11:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 11:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Estiatorio Milos is set to make its debut at the Venetian on March 15. The Greek and Mediterranean seafood institution, which originally opened on the Strip at the Cosmopolitan in 2010 and closed there in October, will be open for lunch and dinner along the resort’s restaurant row area. “Since we served our last dinner [in Las Vegas], I have been overwhelmed with messages from our local guests asking for the time Milos will open its doors at the Venetian,” chef and owner Costas Spiliadis says. “Our local patrons miss our famous business lunch, the simple but delicious Milos Special, our Greek salad, grilled octopus, our beautiful fresh fish and the Greek wines. We have built strong relationships with our local diners and we are as excited as they are to serve them again.”

Three local chefs and restaurateurs are teaming up to create an 8,000-square-foot virtual restaurant in Henderson this summer. Antonio Nunez of the Stove, Lanny Chin of Slurp Society and the Slanted Door and Daniel Hackett of Blume Kitchen & Cocktails are curating four separate concepts within the project’s delivery-focused ghost kitchen, crafting various cuisines that will be available via third-party deliver apps. Attached to and serviced by the kitchen will be a 2,000-square-foot casual marketplace known as the Plug, offering coffee, sandwiches, charcuterie boards, beer and wine, and serving as a workspace destination. The virtual restaurant and the Plug are set to debut within the next three months on St. Rose Parkway.

Clique Hospitality has announced that its newest concept, Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge, will open at Resorts World Las Vegas this summer. Vintage and rare Champagnes and artisanal cocktails and wine will be served from a 360-degree bar at the new 4,090-square-foot lounge designed by Kudos, and it will also host DJ sets and live music. More details and programming plans are expected to be announced in the coming months.

Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews at Town Square is offering a free 16-ounce draft Shiner Beer through April 12 to diners who donate items that will be distributed to service members at local military bases and USO offices. Sickies opens at 11 a.m. daily.

Buddy V’s at Palazzo has launched Tuesday locals’ night every Tuesday starting at 5 p.m., which includes an exclusive three-course menu for local residents for $30.95. The menu includes unlimited cheesy garlic bread and a box of homemade Italian cookies for each guest, entrée choices such as bucatini carbonara, chicken parm and lasgana al forno, and the option to purchase a bottle of Chianti or Prosecco for $12.

Tiabi Coffee and Waffle is celebrating International Waffle Day on March 25 with a waffle-eating contest to raise money for the Clark County School District Police Department’s K-9 Unit. Tiabi will also have a buy-one-get-one deal all day on any classic waffle. The contest starts at 9 a.m. at the shop on Maryland Parkway.

Dunkin’ is set to open two stores at the Linq next month. Walk-up locations on the Strip-facing side of the Linq casino and adjacent to the Caesars Forum conference center entrance inside on the casino level will serve signature cold beverages via coffee tap systems, hot coffee drinks and more. Local franchisee network NVGRE Group will own and operate both spots and has plans to open five more Dunkin’ locations in Southern Nevada in 2021, adding to its current 13 stores.

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