Henderson

Antonio Nunez and Scott Commings plan to debut their new breakfast, brunch and tea room in early July.

Local restaurant veterans plan brunch spot The Stove near Anthem

June 10th, 2018

Antonio Nunez and Scott Commings plan to debut their new breakfast, brunch and tea room in early July.

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    The walkable fun of Downtown Summerlin’s retail portion has proven irresistible.

  • Intersection

    Five dispensaries in that city are now eligible to apply for recreational licenses and are expected to launch recreational sales sometime between October and December.

  • Music

    A year and a half in the making, the food, art and music event will debut on August 25.

  • Dining

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

  • Dining

    The folks at Simon Hospitality Group and Titan Brands are excited to bring the late Kerry Simon's last restaurant project to life.

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    By the time the group stopped in Henderson, it had already raised more than half a million dollars.

  • Dining

    Local breweries offered their top selections, along with specialty one-off and collaboration brews, at the Nevada Craft Brewers Association event.

  • Dining

    Downtown Henderson's first brewery has been pouring spectacular suds since April.

  • Dining

    Whole Foods Henderson’s new eatery is serving burgers, flatbreads and sushi rolls, and has an impressive lineup of 24 draft beers.

  • A&E

    Raise a glass to the local institution at its birthday bash this weekend.

  • NightlifeBoozeFeatured

    65 different beers in one year? No problem, according to Geer.

  • As We See It

    His previous décor was an Old English theme -- unicorns, a lion, aliens and a couple of Yeti.

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    Red Rock Canyon is no longer a well-kept secret among hardcore climbers. Since the Great Recession, the conservation area has reported an uptick in visitors ...

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    Car culture, funding restrictions on cycling infrastructure, and the sprawling nature of the valley have historically created challenges for ...

  • A&E

    “I’ll be OK, others will relocate, but the opportunity for that synergy in one place? That’s what the city is losing.”

  • A&E

    Kramer's family-friendly show at the Westgate Cabaret continues for at least another two years.

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    For do-it-yourself furniture hunters with a soft spot for thrifting and refurbing, here are a few antique eras to keep an eye out for and ...

  • A&E

    He’s got massive hit movie musicals under his belt—2012’s ‘Les Misérables’ and 2017’s ‘The Greatest Showman’—and a stack of Playbills reaching back to a 1998 ...

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    Stevie Wonder surprised concertgoers in London Saturday night by announcing that he will take a break from performing so that he can receive a kidney ...

  • Dining

    The southwest eatery’s Black on Black bowl arrives as a beautiful cauldron of egg-based strings, sliced chashu pork, miso-braised ground pork, calamari and bean sprouts. ...

  • Dining

    What to order at the Steamie Weenie, Sausagefest and Dirt Dog.

  • Nightlife

    Born in Libya to Albanian parents, Gashi lived with his family in 24 different countries before settling in Brooklyn during the late 1990s. That’s when ...

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    The U.K. duo teamed with Kaskade and rising vocalist Roméo on May track “Go Slow,” demonstrating Gorgon City’s ability to straddle the underground and the ...

  • Dining

    Cool down with a Penichillin at the Venetian or a Guava Chi Chi off the Strip.

  • Music

    His new band opens up for one of his original idols, Howard Jones, at the Cannery on July 13.

  • Fine Art

    Unraveling Identity at Sahara West Library feels like a public service announcement on sexual and gender diversity.

  • Music

    With a solidified new lineup and a memorable new record, now is the time to catch Chris Crisci and company.

  • A&E

    Take maximum advantage of the opportunities that are arising, Libra.