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They’re doing what they always do: take care of people.

Meals that heal: When things got bad, local restaurants got to cooking

October 12th, 2017

They’re doing what they always do: take care of people.

  • Industry Weekly

    Sharing a seafood tower in the “treehouse” is a rite of passage.

  • Industry Weekly

    We’re particularly looking forward to the Greg Norman burger with buttermilk-dill dressing, blue cheese and arugula.

  • Dining

    Elysian’s special offerings include the Night Owl ale, made with seven pounds of pumpkin per barrel.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Caesars Palace stronghold has added innovative new dishes to the menu.

  • Dining

    Four words: Chicken fried duck confit.

  • A&E

    Naked City, Flock and Fowl, Blue Ribbon and more.

  • Reviews

    The braised pork belly—with seasonal mushrooms, spicy mustard greens, wild sticky rice and a decadent cherry sauce—might be the menu’s brightest star.

  • Dining

    If you like the Echo & Rig, you’ll probably love Hamptons, an ideal brunch-lunch-dinner spot

  • Dining

    The banh mi cheesesteak, which proves that yes, you can elevate both sandwiches as one.

  • Industry Weekly

    Start with the dirty corn before moving on to one of the loaded hot dogs.

  • Intersection

    The classic, circular Ellis Island sign will be on display at the Neon Museum.

  • Intersection

    “It’s sad to see everyone leaving because this plaza is getting old. You don’t leave your grandparents because they’re getting old.”

  • Dining

    The Mexican Sloppy Jose is a zesty gut-buster, a spicy mélange of chorizo and ground beef contrasted by cool and creamy avocado.

  • Reviews

    Don’t skip the Octopus Salteado, tender seafood drenched in a tongue-tingling romesco-lime sauce.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Wynn retreat offers one of the most spectacular seafood experiences you’ll ever have.

  • Dining

    The casero is the most popular ceviche—shrimp marinated in lime with avocado, onion, cucumber, cilantro and plenty of spicy bits of serrano pepper.

  • Industry Weekly

    Frozen beer, flaky potato pancakes and much more await at Palazzo.

  • 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

    This eastside spot with a rainbow-tiled floor and a funky jazz soundtrack is dishing up some hearty food in the mornings and afternoons.

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    Elton had to cancel his spring shows at Caesars due to illness, and he couldn't be happier to be back in town.

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    "We will forever be grateful for his laughter and friendship.”

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

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    "People who might not go to a Cirque shoe or go to the ballet will sit together and enjoy watching these worlds collide.”

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    “After this event, I don’t think there’s an office or firefighter that just shakes hands. We hug now.”

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    The livelihood of Las Vegas has been wounded before, and it might be again, but the idea of Vegas is forever.

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    The LVCVA’s Rossi Ralenkotter, County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani and many more weigh in.

  • Intersection

    Chef Mike Minor is back at Border Grill and his regulars are happy about the homecoming.

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    “This could’ve been any one of us. We all go to concerts.”

  • Music

    Uli Geissendoerfer wants it to serve as a go-to hub shining a spotlight on the recent surge of local jazz talent.

  • Industry Weekly

    The pop icon plays Mandalay Bay Events Center October 14.

  • Music

    It aims to promote the great American art form through education, live performance and advocacy.

  • Chef Talk

    The innovative chef talks about relocating Spago from the Forum Shops at Caesars to Bellagio in early 2018.

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    “Consider that a hug from your grandma,” she said as she wrapped her arms around me.

  • Dining

    They’re doing what they always do: take care of people.

  • Industry Weekly

    The new facility offers classes in contortion, hand-balancing, pilates and yoga.

  • Industry Weekly

    Sharing a seafood tower in the “treehouse” is a rite of passage.

  • Industry Weekly

    We’re particularly looking forward to the Greg Norman burger with buttermilk-dill dressing, blue cheese and arugula.