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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

    While sitting dead-center in the Venetian’s cavernous Opaline Theatre and allowing the warmth of Steely Dan’s 1977 jazz-rock opus “Aja” to wash over me ...

  • A&E

    "The business is now primed for continued success and ready to move into its next exciting phase of development."

  • Business

    Las Vegas has taken a beating from the architecture establishment over the years, with critics characterizing the city’s resorts and casinos as a carnival of ...

  • Summerlin

    While Craven, who is supervising the project, isn’t as bold as Gillett in claiming construction is ahead of schedule, he is confident the Golden Knights will be able to hold their inaugural training camp there in ...

  • A&E

    With its ample dancefloor pit and varied perspectives, the Chelsea may be the right venue for a festival-suited act like Empire of the Sun.

  • A&E

    The Oscar-winning film composer talks stage fright and the "BRUMMMMM" sound from "Inception."

  • Nightlife

    The fashion and lifestyle blog launched by Kelley and Victoria Fertitta is bright, fresh and full of energy, not unlike the sisters themselves.

  • A&E

    So much metal, so little un-punctured eardrum.

  • Nightlife

    Snoop headlines the Mount Kushmore Wellness Retreat Tour at Mandalay Bay Beach.

  • Taste

    Chef Vic “Vegas” Moea’s latest offering is perfect for hungry students

  • A&E

    Momofuku stole the spotlight, but the new Japanese offering at Cosmopolitan is worth your time.

  • Noise

    Goldenvoice has grown the festival map out to accommodate another 25,000 people, which puts estimated attendance at 125,000.

  • Features

    From the downtuned metalcore of A Friend, A Foe to the melodic edge of We Gave It Hell, these locals are ready to represent at the new metal fest.

  • A&E

    “Skinny Love” featured Justin Vernon on acoustic guitar with his two drummers backing him—along with 2,000 or so background singers in the crowd.

  • A&E

    White Rabbit, Red Rabbit will be performed on consecutive Thursdays at five local theaters.

  • Noise

    It was hardly a classic Gaga performance, it was forceful and entertaining—and retained its jawdroppingly enormous audience.

  • A&E

    He’s honored as Worldwide Record Store Day Legend while he returns to his residency production at the Colosseum.

  • Intersection

    Curbed is the most recent publication to enter the fray with an ambitious package about Las Vegas.

  • Noise

    The fest's normally uber-reliable sound system failed three separate times, leaving the band playing without amplification, as fans winced their disappointment.

  • A&E

    Her middle-grade novel, One Hundred Spaghetti Strings, is out this month by Harper.