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Get ready for a Wagyu feast at Andiron, a top wines reception at Aureole and local brews with barbecue in Henderson.

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February 19th, 2017

Get ready for a Wagyu feast at Andiron, a top wines reception at Aureole and local brews with barbecue in Henderson.

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    The pop-up space launched last year with former Las Vegas chef Adam Sobel at the helm.

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    Chabuya’s seafood-forward menu rewards adventurous and risk-averse diners.

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    The man behind Soyo, Oyshi and other southwest favorites is bringing Korean-Chinese food to the neighborhood.

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    It started as the perfect place to snack before a concert, but it’s become a destination.

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    Pair chilaquiles with an icy Dos Equis or blood orange margarita.

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    Chef de cuisine James Richards pulled out all the stops for students and teachers visiting from his alma mater.

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

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    The Encore Italian restaurant has the charm you need to create a memorable meal.

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    Apple-cured Kurobuta bone-in bacon. Order it and thank us later.

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    From the Strip to Chinatown to Desert Shores, these sipping spots are worth a look.

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    Also: the fast-casual chain launches a limited barbecue menu on February 7.

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    The Mandalay Bay mainstay has been revamped with tremendous results.

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    STK's big game viewing party starts at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Will you be there?

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    JG is the one restaurant on Aria's promenade level that hasn't changed since the resort's opening in 2009—because it hasn't needed any adjustment.

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    The LA street food spot is dishing it up in southwest Las Vegas.

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    Could the Voltaggio brothers' appearance this year be a sign of Vegas food to come?

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    The new restaurant serves Japanese dishes from the main kitchen, the sushi counter and the robata grill.

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    French Crullers? Cookies and cream? Buttermilk bars? We got you.

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    Head to José Andrés’ eclectic Cosmo restaurant for Chinese New Year delicacies.

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    The effort to replace the Las Vegas Club and surrounding spaces will keep neon legends like Vegas Vickie.

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    The $600 package includes a Taco Bell garter, sauce packet bouquet and, yes, 12 tacos.

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    Pair chilaquiles with an icy Dos Equis or blood orange margarita.

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    Jennifer Lopez is back on the Strip for her resident show at Axis this month.

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    The busy Chicago-born comedian returns to the Aces of Comedy series at the Mirage this week.

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    “Are you overcome with my talent, or just astonished that I’m here?” Chef joked after arriving onstage in typical grand fashion.

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    Vanessa and Elena Skye’s gallery, nestled within the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, has distinguished itself from its neighbors with its local roots.

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    Among the additions to the area: More buildings and facilities, more retail and housing—and more doctors.

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    The man behind Soyo, Oyshi and other southwest favorites is bringing Korean-Chinese food to the neighborhood.

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    The Strip is just the beginning of fantastic local photo ops.

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    Chabuya’s seafood-forward menu rewards adventurous and risk-averse diners.

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    Chef de cuisine James Richards pulled out all the stops for students and teachers visiting from his alma mater.

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    The California goth-punk veterans are an efficient hard-rock machine, as they proved over the course of 70 minutes.

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    The local historian discusses his exhaustively researched account of the queer experience in Las Vegas and elsewhere in the state.

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    The comic actor re-channels David Brent for Life on the Road.

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    "You have to believe in something more than product or money. There’s got to be a deeper meaning."

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    The eastside neighborhood is the first in Clark County to earn the distinction.

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    The new bar and lounge feels like a hybrid of Mad Men and The Jetsons.