Whether catering to a girls’ birthday party or delicately pampering a single pair of hands, The NailPort Nail Salon's devout technicians use high-end CND Vinylux, OPI and Gelish products to pamper their clients' faces and bodies. During spa mani-pedis, they file ragged edges and push back encroaching cuticles to make room for colorful decorations sealed beneath long-lasting Shellac coats. Chemical peels improve appearance of hands and feet, eyelash extensions add ferocity to peepers, and brow tinting helps standout hairs blend in with underlying skin tones or jungle foliage.
Sexy Vegas Skin is designed to help people both look and feel good with face, body, and wellness services that promote confidence, well-being, and positive lifestyle changes. Nutrition counseling facilitates weight loss through healthy eating habits, while less willpower-intensive Zerona treatments contour the body by removing excess fat. Chemical peels, Fraxel skin resurfacing, and injectables that add more volume or impede muscle activity all work to make skin as smooth as a dolphin just back from the barbershop. Founder Dr. Sean Su, a former doctor of internal and family medicine and gynecology, leads a staff of four who frequently treat reality-TV stars and Vegas headliners, and his wife, Dr. Suzie Su, operates a dental clinic next door.
Las Vegas is famous for gambling and buffets with shrimp on them the size of your big toe. I Love Sushi may not have shrimp that big, but the upside is that you don’t have to question how long their seafood has been sitting out—or how it got so big to begin with! What you can ask about is their Salmon Lover & Screaming Orgasm (no, seriously, that’s what it’s called) or their Spicy Hot Edamame! If you’re local, their Udon Tempura will have you coming back for more and if you’re just passing through, good luck finding anything so good! There’s the food that sets I Love Sushi apart from the rest. Then, there’s the price. If you don’t want to eat ‘mystery meat’ in Las Vegas, there is a price. But, even keeping that in mind, I Love Sushi is an affordable dining experience for the frugal and lavish alike!
Chef John Simmons started working in kitchens at age15 stirring cabbage soup, flipping omelets, and washing dishes at a neighborhood deli. Culinary school later called his name, and it's there that he learned the classic techniques he would use for his traditional, refined French cuisine over the next several years. Those experiences eventually inspired Chef Simmons to grow into the cuisine style he now perfects each day: pan-Mediterranean tapas with international flavors.
Firefly now has two locations in the Las Vegas area, both with an eclectic and tremendous menu of small plates rooted in European cuisine. According to the Travel section of USA Today, "the menu is daunting because of its sheer size and even a group of four or six sharing can only make a small dent in the possibilities." Dishes such as grilled octopus with a paprika-lemon vinaigrette and imported chorizo are some of the menu's foundations and beer-battered shrimp tempura transcends borders, yet fits right in. Firefly also offers a similarly broad selection of cocktails and beers as well as a signature sangria that spends three days marinating before it ever sees a pitcher or a crazy straw.
Las Vegas Weekly describes Black Mountain Grill’s 24-hour hangout as "chalet-like"—a worthy attempt to capture the idiosyncratic vibe of a restaurant that boasts a brick fireplace, island bar, outdoor patio, and sequestered loft. The aromas of certified Angus steaks, baby back ribs, and flavorful pastas waft from the open kitchen during the dinner rush, which gives way to a late-night crowd that takes its place among the deep, leather chairs of the island bar and delights in a delectable cross section of breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes. Black Mountain Grill keeps the gaming spirit alive throughout the day with a selection of Game King video-poker games and a slot-machine meal selector that serves only cherries, apples, and bananas.
Locals love Spicy Tuna. Located near shops and stores, it’s a convenient place to stop while doing your weekly shopping. From the Sun Devil Roll to the Kiss of Fire Roll, those with a spicy preference will meet their match at Spicy Tuna. If spicy is not your style, indulge in the teriyaki beef, edamame or the crab salad. The plates come out with a creative and colorful vibe that might require a selfie featuring your food. Clean and classic, the restaurant is comfortable and inviting. The sushi chefs are friendly, and you can visit them every night of the week for lunch and dinner if you’d like. Spicy Tuna is open until 11:00 p.m. every day except Sunday for those late-night cravings. Do your stomach a favor and head to Spicy Tuna.