The Golden Age of Vegas Dining

Just one of 10 reasons we're living in the Golden Age of Vegas Dining: Many Las Vegas Valley restaurants are "sourcing" their ingredients from far-away locales to compete within the city and with dining hot spots such as Los Angeles and New York.

The Golden Age of Vegas Dining: How the world's best ingredients end up on local plates

November 7th, 2013

Just one of 10 reasons we're living in the Golden Age of Vegas Dining: Many Las Vegas Valley restaurants are "sourcing" their ingredients from far-away locales to compete within the city and with dining hot spots such as Los Angeles and New York.

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