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Sit and slurp at this local favorite.

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May 27th, 2010

Sit and slurp at this local favorite.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    Both great, two sandwich shops have our heart.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    Try the Business Lunch.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    If you can dust off a skillet, you may have a future in competitive eating.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    The guy in the kitchen can shred on the slopes, too.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    Sage's selections match its menu splendidly.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    Simple. Cheesy. Delicious.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    A seasonal sweet so good it needs to be permanent.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    From dim sum to eggs Benedict with barbecued pork.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    Is there a pool of this stuff we can bathe in?

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    At Aria, Serrano is taking tapas to another level.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    An updated version of tomato soup and grilled cheese that's suited to adults.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    Vegan recipes and fun designs in coffee foam!

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    The real deal for late night munchies are in Chinatown.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    The go-to place for dim sum in Vegas isn't Chinatown.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    A James Beard nod in Sage's first six months is one sign Shawn McClain is good for Vegas.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    Go back to a time when ties were wider than Las Vegas Boulevard.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    Superior cocktails, plentiful sangria and excellent tapas are a welcome addition to town.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    A raunchy good time.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best Food

    An organically scene-y night out.

  • A&E

    If your Thanksgiving dinner plans don’t involve cooking at home, this is a good city to be in. Not only do many properties on the Las Vegas Strip, in downtown and the suburbs have ...

  • A&E

    I have a hard time deviating from pastrami, but there are soups, bagel platters, burgers and other entrées.

  • A&E

    The Tao Group will create a nightclub and a dayclub, and new restaurants are coming from Bobby Flay and Vegas newbies Michael Symon and Marc Vetri.

  • A&E

    The point of this show is to take fans on a trip back through time to when we were all younger, and these songs were plastered all over the radio and MTV’s “TRL.”

  • A&E

    This time, Axl is back on two feet.

  • A&E

    Flip or Flop, Outdoor Nevada and more.

  • A&E

    The band played for a marathon three and a half hours, ending right around the time one of their concerts might have started back in the ’90s.

  • A&E

    “When you think about Las Vegas, few places are more iconic than the Palms.”

  • A&E

    “A lot of people are on my shoulders.”

  • A&E

    “The Cyr wheel is a mystical apparatus. There’s something about whirling dervishes that is very entrancing.”

  • Nightlife

    Expectations were high when award-winning chef Bryce Shuman took control of the first new restaurant at Park MGM.

  • Features

    The College of Hospitality, the med school and a 30-point win over Duke some of you might remember.

  • Las Vegas

    Country star Jason Aldean says he hopes that healing can start for those affected by a mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival in his first interview since the October shooting. Speaking on NBC's "Today" show, Aldean, who was on stage when a gunman opened fire on ...

  • A&E

    The theme for this year’s tour is “All the Right Moves.”

  • A&E

    Her rampant vocal manipulation is distracting and distancing, while overuse of digital gloss robs other songs of personality.

  • A&E

    The Dickies, Dwarves, Ass Juice and more.

  • A&E

    The rising Puerto Rican trap star performs at Drai’s after the Latin Grammy Awards.

  • Taste

    There’s a patio with a bar counter, where it just feels like college again.

  • Features

    Jimmy Kimmel, Guy Fieri, Larry Johnson and more.

  • A&E

    Just because he’s staying in his lane doesn’t mean he isn’t staying sharp.