Robert Irvine

Four words: Chicken fried duck confit.

Essential eats at Robert Irvine’s Public House

October 5th, 2017

Four words: Chicken fried duck confit.

  • 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."

  • Industry Weekly

    "I’m a proud Londoner but I’m also very proud of this country and of Las Vegas."

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    It’s time to go back to eat at Jerry’s Nugget.

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  • Reviews

    Don’t skip the C.F.C. wings, golden-brown fried chicken sprinkled in a spicy “house dust.”

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    The lavish space has morphed into one of the most star-stocked rooms on the Strip.

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    Since their first big break on BBC Radio in 2003 with “Mr. Brightside,” it seemed as though The Killers exploded overnight.

  • A&E

    Ethel M Cactus Garden, Opportunity Village, Las Vegas Motor Speedway and much more.

  • FeaturedHolidays

    They’re synced up with a curated list of songs, like Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk,” and Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito.”

  • FeaturedTheaterHolidays

    ‘It really is a comment on where we are as a culture and a society right now.”

  • MusicFeaturedTheater

    Melody Sweets, Clint Holmes and … Tournament of Kings?

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    The holiday production runs December 9-24 at the Smith Center.

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    The violinist released Warmer in the Winter in October.

  • Intersection

    Coming soon: Jammyland and Nevada Taste Site.

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    Regal Palace Station, a Luxury+ at Boulevard Mall and Maya Cinemas’ first local theater.

  • Industry Weekly

    The official DJ of Las Vegas’ first major league pro sports team is living the dream.

  • Music

    From Gary Allan to Jamey Johnson to Alabama and beyond.

  • A&E

    What you don’t like: Gary Bettman, the refs, replay, the Department of Player Safety, every fan of every other team and Gary Bettman.

  • Dining

    Industry veteran Miguel Mercado is showcasing varied influences two miles east of the Silverton.