Dining News & Notes: DW Bistro is expanding and Sammy’s is celebrating

Bryce Krausman, left, and Dalton Wilson celebrate DW Bistro’s four-year anniversary in April.
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One of Las Vegas’ favorite local restaurants is expanding. DW Bistro operators Bryce Krausman and Dalton Wilson are set to open DW Market this fall at Gramercy, the southwest Valley mixed-use development originally known as Manhattan West. Expect plenty of grab-and-go eats, as well as signature take-home items like Bloody Mary mix and freshly baked scones.

Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza is celebrating 25 years this summer at restaurant locations throughout Las Vegas and Southern California. In June, Facebook followers can answer daily trivia questions to win prizes, and July’s photo-sharing contest on Sammy’s social media platforms highlights the famous Messy Sundae and a chance to win gift certificates. Founder Sami Ladeki, who operates five local restaurants, was recently named Restaurateur of the Year by the California Restaurant Association San Diego Chapter.

T-bones Chophouse at the Red Rock Resort teams with California’s CrossBarn Winery for a wine dinner June 26 at 5:30 p.m. Executive chef Aaron Losch will present five paired courses for an all-inclusive $95. Reservations can be made by calling 702-797-7517.

A special happy hour from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on July 9 at Dom Demarco’s Pizzeria & Bar will benefit Opportunity Village. All draft beer and wine on tap will be half-off, and 25 percent of proceeds from drink and snack purchases will go to the local charitable organization.

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