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When the massive 650-seat Smith & Wollensky steakhouse inside its own three-story building closed last summer after nearly 20 years of business on the Las Vegas Strip, it seemed to leave a big hole. There aren’t many free-standing restaurants on Las Vegas Boulevard, especially fine-dining destinations. The Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group never really saw the move as ...

Smith & Wollensky plans a new steakhouse on the Strip in 2019

July 5th, 2018

When the massive 650-seat Smith & Wollensky steakhouse inside its own three-story building closed last summer after nearly 20 years of business on the Las Vegas Strip, it seemed to leave a big hole. There aren’t many free-standing restaurants on Las Vegas Boulevard, especially fine-dining destinations. The Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group never really saw the move as ...

  • Peruvian Nikkei cuisine is coming to the Strip.

  • The new restaurant is set to open this fall.

  • "I cannot wait to share what we have in store for Las Vegas."

  • The Hallo-Wine Fest and the third annual Ribfest are coming to Red Rock Resort, and the Bocuse d'Or trials are returning to Venetian.

  • "I’d like to have something that’s more grab-and-go, a little more casual, where families can take their kids and they don’t have to spend a ...

  • The legendary restaurant's operators plan to reopen the original location, too.

  • Also: Stop what you're doing and go vote on the official nachos of the Vegas Golden Knights.

  • Irvine-based In-N-Out Burger confirmed plans to add two more Las Vegas-area restaurants. The new restaurants are scheduled to open at the

  • Wolfgang Puck’s Spago, the restaurant often hailed as the genesis of Las Vegas’ dining renaissance, will close the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace location it ...

  • PKWY Tavern has two August beer pairing dinners planned with CraftHaus.

  • All the tacos you can eat plus all the craft brews you want? We’re there.

  • Lucky Penny and Social Table are coming soon, and that's just the beginning.

  • Gordon Ramsay is set to open his fifth Vegas restaurant Strip-side at Caesars Palace.

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