Barbecue

Plus: House of Blues resident Carlos Santana talks new album.

New Kids on the Block, the Aces’ home opener, Disclosure and more to do in Las Vegas this week

May 22nd, 2019

Plus: House of Blues resident Carlos Santana talks new album.

  • Dining

    Clevelander Michael Symon’s beef brisket is smoked so the fattiest bits melt in your mouth, in strong contrast to the charred skin. Equally noteworthy is ...

  • Dining

    “When I said I was doing barbecue in Vegas, there were people coming with, ‘Oh, bro, barbecue doesn’t work in Vegas.’ But we believe in ...

  • Dining

    Fifteen all-new, never-been-tasted beers will be unveiled, including a master blend of various Southern Nevada breweries’ stout creations.

  • Reviews

    The ribs are rich and smoky, and the brisket is just fatty enough, moist and tender with a thin layer of savory bark.

  • Dining

    What I tasted there was a mild style of barbecue that’s meat-forward and not reliant on sauces.

  • Dining

    A butcher chop that doubles as a deli is a great idea.

  • Dining

    Big Mess at Sam's Town is a nicer version of a country roadhouse restaurant, with a soundtrack and menu to match.

  • Reviews

    Combine it with In-N-Out Burger and Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips and you have a Strip space that satisfies.

  • A&E

    Stevens talks about his new Circa sports book and how renovating the historic Golden Gate casino sparked the concept for Circa Las Vegas casino and ...

  • Music

    Day N Vegas will take place November 1-3 at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds next to Circus Circus.

  • A&E

    Highlights include the original handwritten lyrics for “Walk This Way” and a 13-foot neon sign used in the Honkin’ on Bobo tour.

  • NewsAllAggregate

    The Colorado River is low. Lake Mead is low. Lake Powell is low. The white ring along the sides of giant mountain-lined reservoirs continues to ...

  • Music

    “When you’re a kid and going to shows, you don’t realize how much goes into planning and booking those shows. So it’s nice to feel ...

  • Dining

    James Trees’ handmade pasta dishes have made waves Downtown, and the trend continues at the Summerlin-adjacent Tivoli. On a hot summer day, the best choice ...

  • Nightlife

    “We started with pop—The Weeknd, Chris Brown, Iggy Azalea—to a hip-hop guy here, a hip-hop guy there. It was this synergy of hip-hop at the ...

  • Nightlife

    Last week she dropped the Right Party EP on fellow Wynn Nightlife resident Diplo’s Mad Decent label, a summer-appropriate collection of new and previously released ...

  • Fine Art

    Instead of painting just one Blue Angel, Stanford decided to paint multiple versions—one emerging from a half shell like Sandro Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus,” and ...

  • A&E

    Happily, new third places are developing around us. This column was written at two of them: Sambalatte in Boca Park and the new Writer’s Block. ...

  • Dining

    It’s a great way to try out Locale, the much anticipated restaurant by Nicole Brisson, which opened June 19.

  • NewsAllAggregate

    It begins with a fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes and a sore throat—common enough symptoms. What follows is a more telltale sign—a blotchy red ...

  • News

    Barry Manilow gifted $100,000 worth of new band gear to a North Carolina high school in an area still recovering from Hurricane Florence ...

  • Dining

    Joe Maxx, Zen and Dark Moon have arrived.

  • Music

    While his modern R&B peers opt for trapped-out beats and drug-filled sex fantasies, the young singer is earnest and wholesome, embracing a sound that’s equal ...

  • Issues

    Since the opening of the Las Vegas Ballpark this spring, Aviators games have become one of the most popular sports destinations in the Valley. According ...

  • A&E

    Pride month events at Clark Country Library and the Mob Museum.