Las vegas restaurants

Quick Bites: Las Vegas restaurants are in the news this week

Wynn Las Vegas announced a partnership with the chef Alon Shaya and restaurateur Emily Shaya of Pomegranate Hospitality which will bring a new Mediterranean restaurant with Middle Eastern influences in winter 2023 to the former Intrigue Lounge space. Pomegranate operates five acclaimed bars and restaurants in New Orleans and Denver. The company’s first Las Vegas operation will be designed by The Rockwell Group in conjunction with Wynn Design and Development and updates to menus and more will be unveiled in the coming months.

Renowned international brewery BrewDog is set to open its first location in Las Vegas on December 2, bringing the first-ever carbon-negative bar to the Las Vegas Strip. Located on the third and fourth floors of the Showcase shopping center, BrewDog will feature a 30,000 square foot rooftop bar with views of the Strip, signature menu items and over 96 beers on tap. It will be the largest of 113 locations around the world.

Ramsay’s Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay now accepting reservations at Harrah’s Las Vegas. The 244-seat restaurant will be open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and will include a seven-seat seafood counter, full bar and private dining room. Expect to find classic Ramsay dishes like Beef Wellington and Sticky Caramel Pudding on the menu.

Rakkan Ramen at Town Square is set to celebrate its grand opening on October 25. The authentic Japanese restaurant started out as a four-seat stop in Tokyo and serves 100% vegetable broth. Rakkan operates restaurants in California, Illinois, Texas, Colorado, Georgia and Washington, DC, and has seven stores in Japan.

liquor world and Companion Distillery will present a whiskey dinner on November 1 at 6 p.m. at red tail at Resorts World. Guests will receive a Last Feather Rye single barrel bottle, master tasting, welcome and after-dinner cocktails, buffet meals and more. Tickets are $100 at liquorworldlv.com.

Tacos Pinches at the Gramercy will host a taco eating contest qualifying event for the Great Las Vegas Taco Fest November 1. The winners will qualify for the festival competition which will take place November 4-6 at Craig Ranch Park in North Las Vegas. For more, check out the Gramercy on Instagram.

Yes, there’s a pumpkin spice burger in Las Vegas, and it’s at black faucet in Venetian. It’s one of October’s specials, the perfect complement to the Bourbon Maple Pumpkin Shake. The Pumpkin Spice Burger ($20) is premium beef with brown sugar mustard confit bacon, smoked pumpkin cream cheese sauce, parmesan and arugula with fries.

Evel’s Pie on Fremont Street has launched a new Charity Pie of the Month initiative, a tasty way to support local charities. October’s specialty is Papa’s Apple Pie, a white pizza with sliced ​​apples, smoked bacon, onions and Parmesan cheese, drizzled with a drizzle of barbecue sauce and steak spices. It’s available by the slice for $7, with $1 each going to benefit Chefs for Kids, a local charity that provides nutrition education and a healthy breakfast to children in Title 1 schools in the Valley.

Mas Por Favor Taqueria & Tequila introduced new menu items, including additions to its taco and dessert selections as well as other fine dishes. Among them are the Thai ko tacos with crispy steak, sweet chili, cabbage and cilantro on a scallion pancake; the slice of birria, with barbacoa, grated cheese, marinated jalapeño and pink cream on a crispy flour tortilla; and the esquite shishito, with charred peppers, cream, cotija and zesty Funyuns.

Taco Bell‘s Bell Breakfast pop-ups—which you’ve seen advertised on those commercials starring Pete Davidson—are coming to Las Vegas this week for the Taco Bell Canteen location on the Strip and Harmon. From October 20-23, all-day breakfast offerings including Grilled Cheese Breakfast Burritos, Steak Breakfast Quesadillas, Breakfast Wraps and Cinnamon Delights will be on offer. menu, while the restaurant’s decor will mimic Davidson’s dreams in the commercials with a cozier, plush cloud. vibe.