Las Vegas' Las Vegas Greek Festival's classic Greek dishes will take you back to the old world.
For patrons' convenience, nearby parking is readily available.
Cyclists will love the spacious bike racks outside of Las Vegas Greek Festival.
For a decently-priced meal that s not too fancy, Las Vegas Greek Festival hits the nail on the head.
When you're looking for some classic Greek fare, Las Vegas Greek Festival has it all.
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Beachwear is encouraged at Señor Frog’s, but the only swimmers in sight are floating above the bar. Their bikini-clad bottoms poke through the centers of inner tubes, making visitors wonder if the restaurant has taken a dip in the ocean. Luckily, this scene is meant to elicit giggles, just like the brightly colored signs that call out to diners, enticing them to let loose, order a margarita, and see how crazy a night at Treasure Island can get. On many nights, bands and DJs provide a live soundtrack for the revelry as shot girls circulate with tequila. To fuel the evening’s adventures, Señor Frog’s offers a hearty lineup of Mexican and American eats, with nachos and fish tacos to cheeseburgers.
No one will be complaining about a lack of variety at the Las Vegas Beer and Music Festival. Local breweries will be providing more than 40 craft beers for patrons to sample as they stroll alongside the two sparkling pools. As revelers move through the party sipping brews, they'll be able to groove to music played by live bands and DJs, all the while raising money for UNLV organizations within the Hotel College.
Taste of Town Square brings 23 of the best restaurants in Las Vegas to Town Square Park for a two-day charity and dining event. Amid a lively atmosphere filled with live music and demonstrations, diners can enjoy everything from barbecue and pizza to steak and shrimp at one of three themed meals, each featuring samples from a variety of participating restaurants:
Tour de Fork & Mixology: Foodies can find plenty to like at this fancier affair, including bites from Crazy Pita, Loco Cantina, and more plus cocktail-making demonstrations from local mixologists. (Benefits New Vista Community.)
Social Dinner: Open only to adults 21 and older, a cocktail hour kicks off a four-course moonlit dinner with food from Tommy Bahama and Fleming's Steakhouse. (Benefits Nevada Public Radio.)
The Southwest Tea Fest celebrates one of the world's most popular drinks with a one-day festival devoted to all things tea. Attendees can drink their fill during tastings, learn how to perfect their morning cups with brewing demonstrations, and snag free samples from vendors. Tea lovers can broaden their tea-making horizons during speaker events, including Noli Ergas's presentation to dispel matcha myths and Elyse Petersen's presentation on how to cultivate a direct-trade relationship with a tea producer, even as a consumer.