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Top Chefs Make Life is Beautiful Festival Foodie Heaven

The upcoming Life is Beautiful Festival is more than just music. There is a food dimension that local foodies will love. 

By now you’ve probably heard that the Killers, Imagine Dragons, the Kings of Leon, Beck and a whole bunch of other musical acts will be in downtown Las Vegas in October for the Life is Beautiful Festival.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Lottery for Food Truck Spots Downtown Now Open

Lottery for Food Truck Spots Downtown Now Open

The city of Las Vegas is opening the lottery for three downtown parking spots to be used by food trucks.

Those interested in getting the spots must register by 5 p.m. Monday, July 22. The lottery will take place Monday, July 29 at Las Vegas City Hall.

This is a pilot program that allows food trucks to park at three different spots on a rotating basis. Those spots are:

  • 100 Bonneville Avenue, which is near the Bonneville Transit Center
  • 400 block of South Third Street, which is near the Regional Justice Center
  • 1 Lewis Avenue, which is near Las Vegas City Hall

Food truck operators must have a city of Las Vegas business license to be eligible for the lottery. A license can be obtained online at lasvegasnevada.gov/business or by calling (702) 229-6281.

Local Breakfast Chain Opens New Location on Eastern

Local Breakfast Chain Opens New Location on Eastern

Just months after a car crashed into the patio of its Sahara Avenue location, Egg Works and Egg & I opened its fifth location in southern Nevada.

The new restaurant opened Monday morning at 10839 S. Eastern Ave. in Henderson, between Horizon Ridge and Sunridge Heights. The standalone restaurant is the former home of Bonefish Grill, which closed and later reopened at Town Square.

The company suffered a serious blow when a car drove into the Sahara location’s patio April 1 during the lunch rush, seriously injuring 10 people. The restaurant closed for weeks before reopening in early May.

Business hours are 6 am until 3 pm daily. The local restaurant chain first opened in Las Vegas in 1988.

Local Restaurants, Bars Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Specials

Throughout the valley, locals can find great deals for eating and drinking on May 5.

Sunday is Cinco de Mayo, also known as the Fifth of May. It commemorates a Mexican battle — not Mexican Independence Day, as widely believed — but Las Vegans can revel in their own independence at any of the following celebrations:

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas Restaurants Offer Special Mother's Day Menus

Las Vegas Restaurants Offer Special Mother's Day Menus

Great options abound throughout the city, including many brunch choices.

Want to take Mom out for Mother’s Day? You’ll be in good company; it’s the busiest day of the year for restaurants.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Restaurants Pull Out All The Stops to Help Three Square

Three-course meals ranging from $20 to $50 will be offered throughout the valley.

Tao is a well-established restaurant at The Venetian on the Strip that opened in September 2005 and has a nightclub that's reportedly one of the most successful in the country.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Detroit Favorite Opening Outpost Downtown

Detroit Favorite Opening Outpost Downtown


Another Detroit landmark is moving to the D Las Vegas.

Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse will be opening its doors in the newly remodeled resort February 1.

Andiamo has nine locations in the Detroit area, but this is the first one outside of Michigan. It is known for offering homemade Italian bread and handmade pastas. The menu will include steaks, traditional pasta dishes, seafood and signature appetizers.

The owners of the D are originally from the Detroit. This is the second Motor City favorite they have brought to Las Vegas. American Coney Island hot dogs opened in October.

The Fitzgerald’s was turned into the D with more than 600 refurbished rooms, Nevada’s longest bar and an updated, two-story casino.