Food

Take your friends and order something silly, just for kicks, but focus on the delicious seafood dishes.

Sinaloan-style Sushi Culiacan brings bold fusion to town

June 22nd, 2017

Take your friends and order something silly, just for kicks, but focus on the delicious seafood dishes.

  • Dining

    The sides also shame the competition, from zesty Campero beans to creamy coleslaw.

  • Dining

    Chef Chris Kight is steeped in technique, having cooked under both Thomas Keller and Gordon Ramsay.

  • Industry Weekly

    With four locations, another in Pahrump, and two Ohjah Noodle Houses, it’s practically a restaurant empire.

  • Industry Weekly

    The reliable restaurant at MGM Grand has some surprises in store.

  • Reviews

    Served with rich and meaty bone marrow and creamy Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, the New York strip will satisfy even the most insatiable carnivore.

  • Chef Talk

    "I’ll be in Vegas a lot more than other people, and you’ll see me. I won’t be an absentee owner."

  • Dining

    Las Vegas’ restaurant greatness is not limited to Las Vegas Boulevard.

  • Dining

    What goes best with French Toast caviar? Hint: There’s oaked whiskey involved.

  • Industry Weekly

    The restaurant atop Mandalay Bay is just as excellent as the nightclub.

  • Dining

    It’s a nicer version of a country roadhouse restaurant, with a soundtrack and menu to match.

  • Dining

    Chef Charles Phan pioneered a modern, ingredient-driven style in the Bay Area—and he’ll be doing something similar here.

  • Reviews

    The Strip spot recently updated its menu, adding more small plates, more meat and a killer bowl of ramen.

  • Dining

    Where to dine on crispy fried chicken and warm butter cake.

  • Dining

    From Fat Man Fries to flower-pot cake.

  • Industry Weekly

    The new resort is set to debut in Macau later this year.

  • Dining

    The yam plays the perfect role in ice creams, pastries and doughnuts, and its luscious, bright hue makes it an enticingly fun treat.

  • Industry Weekly

    Celebrity chef Bobby Flay took the title on his Beat Bobby Flay show with the original version of this veggie burger.

  • Dining

    Even if you’re one of those people that doesn’t think Chicago deep-dish qualifies as pizza, it’s delicious.

  • Reviews

    Ready for J.C.’s Vortex Burger, a patty piled with pickle slaw between two bacon-tomato grilled cheese sandwiches?

  • Get More Food Stories
  • MusicFeatured

    Whited has circled the world umpteen times over, parlaying his role as drum tech for The Killers into similar gigs with Death Cab for Cutie ...

  • Music

    “These are the 100 emerging artists you should be paying attention to, because they’re going to really matter in the next 18 to 24 months."

  • MusicFeatured

    Smoke + Mirrors was one of the most dark periods of my life,” frontman Dan Reynolds says.

  • MusicFeatured

    “This sounds like the ‘montage’ song from any number of ’80s movies, The Karate Kid, especially.

  • Industry Weekly

    The singer has kept busy in the two years since his Wildheart album.

  • Dining

    The Forum Shops is celebrating 25 years of changing the Las Vegas experience this year, having opened in May 1992 when luxury retail was not ...

  • Music

    Sugar Ray plays a concert at night at the Flamingo's pool June 25.

  • NewsAllAggregate

    Locals and tourists alike danced the night away, sporting a wide range of costumes from surfers in board shorts to showgirls in pasties and even ...

  • Intersection

    Vegas' first pro team has opened its first merchandise store at T-Mobile Arena.

  • Industry Weekly

    “I’ve made lots of changes but they are changes people don’t see.”

  • Industry Weekly

    You can also catch Lexy Panterra at Rehab and Sugar Ray at the Flamingo.

  • Intersection

    The nonprofit recently cut its operating hours and staff salaries to offset funding issues.

  • A&E

    The veteran stand-up performer returns to the Mirage's Aces of Comedy series this weekend.

  • Music

    Creeper, Save Ferris, War on Women and more.

  • Dining

    Chef Chris Kight is steeped in technique, having cooked under both Thomas Keller and Gordon Ramsay.

  • Music

    The former Pink Floyd principal pulls off another arena-sized stunner during a fiery, politically charged performance.

  • Industry Weekly

    The reliable restaurant at MGM Grand has some surprises in store.

  • Music

    Also: Ruff Ryders, Metal Alliance Tour and Viva Ras Vegas weekender.