From Las Vegas to Singapore, Jimmy's Seaside Fries is changing the way people think about one of the world's most popular eats: french fries. Ordering at each casual location is a step-by-step process. First, choose hand-cut fries or sweet potato fries. Then have them tossed in one of six seasonings, such as sour cream in chives, or topped in one of seven styles—such as the classic Famous Seaside with parmesan and signature sauce. Other topping options include the Big Kahuna (think shredded pork and bacon bits), and if customers are still hungry, they can finish off with a funnel cake or funnel fries for dessert.
Casa Di Amore knows how to set the mood, and lovebirds flock to this intimate spot for unforgettable, highly-acclaimed Italian eats.
Don't go thirsty during dinner! This restaurant also offers a splendid drink list featuring wine, beer, and more.
Host your next party at Casa Di Amore for a meal your guests will remember.
Check email, shop online, or get the latest game scores on Casa Di Amore's free wifi.
Casa Di Amore offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties.
No time to sit down? No worries! This restaurant offers a take out option so you can grab your food on the go.
Casa Di Amore can also cater your next party; call today for details.
Casa Di Amore's diners can park in a nearby lot or on the street.
At Casa Di Amore, diners can make use of the safe bike rack.
Customers should be prepared to spend around $30, but more importantly, they should be prepared to enjoy a great meal.
Casa Di Amore offers a wide variety of payment options, including payment by major credit card.
No need to sweat your schedule — the restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
Whether you're planning a first date or a fiftieth anniversary, Casa Di Amore is just the place to share a classic Italian meal with the one you love.
High-quality Italian food awaits you at Casa Di Amore!
Get ready to discover the colorful, flavorful world of Italian cooking at Casa Di Amore.
Diving into a pool of champagne may sound enticing, but only stepping through the doors at FIZZ recreates that effect while keeping your clothes dry. With help from his civil partner—the one and only Sir Elton John—creative director David Furnish fashioned FIZZ into a buzz-worthy lounge inside Caesars Palace. Furnish and John outfitted the two-story space with avant-garde photography from their own collection, baking those pieces into a cognac-, ivory-, and copper-tinted scheme evoking a premium bottle of bubbly.
To supplement all those style points, FIZZ delivers an equally impressive food and drink menu, which fittingly includes fine champagnes and creative, original cocktails. The kitchen, meanwhile, assembles artful plates of sushi, bite-size paninis, and gourmet cheese plates. But the item on the food menu that best reflects the ambiance is probably the meticulously selected Siberian Ossetra caviar, served on ice with buckwheat blinis and crème fraiche.
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Experience endless fun and great amenities when you book a suite at this fabulous hotel.
Connecting to affordable wifi is simple and easy at Nobu Hotel.
Vacations take a toll on your workout routine. Here, they don't have to. Fitness center on-site.
Whether you're looking for a workout, a cool down, or a way to entertain the kids, the swimming pool is sure to please guests of all ages.
Take a break from your long day and enjoy a tasty in-room meal.
You don't even need to walk out the door to find a satisfying meal. The hotel restaurant is at your service!
Quench your thirst with a beverage from the hotel bar.
At Nobu Hotel, you can get in and out quickly with the convenient valet service.
With special deals and steals from Nobu Hotel, you can treat yourself and your loved one to a vacation in Las Vegas. Call today and start planning.
In myths, dragons are fast and agile, swooping down upon foes with a few beats of their massive wings. The food trucks of Dragon Grille don't have wings, but they retain the agility, bringing their tasty Asian fusion bites to locations around Las Vegas. Menu items draw inspiration from all over: the bulgogi cheesesteak pairs Korean-style marinated beef with the Philadelphia staple's peppers, onions, and provolone, while the sriracha mac and cheese adds a few squirts of Thai spiciness and the umami flavor of furikake to the comfort-food classic.
These inventive combinations, which also include Kobe beef sliders and Asian-influenced tacos, have earned the trucks the attention of area tastemakers. Dragon Grille took home the title of Best New Food Truck of 2013 from Las Vegas Weekly and won 2015's Best Food Truck nod from the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Employing ingredients and techniques from across Mexico, Tequila Restaurante offers visitors a diverse menu of flavorful dishes. Read on to learn about a few of the best dishes.
Alambre: Served with warm tortillas, this dish features carne asada, bacon, poblano peppers, and onions with a creamy suiza finish.
Chocolate chicken: Slow-braised and hand-shredded chicken are marinated in a poblano-mole sauce and served with warm tortillas for a hearty meal.
Tacos by the Sea: Three blackened-shrimp or tilapia tacos are garnished with fresh avocado, cabbage, black beans, sweet corn, and lime, then drizzled with cilantro vinaigrette for a refreshing seafood entree.
One of the best things about Vegas is the food, but the options go beyond the famously endless buffets. On and off the Strip, Las Vegas restaurants have smart choices that won’t leave you feeling over-stuffed.For When You Need to Get Away from the CasinosWhen You’re Near: Downtown Where to Go: Eat Why: This breakfast-and-lunch joint is all about fresh, sustainable ingredients, quick service, and supporting local artists, farmers, and charities. What to Get: You really can’t go wrong with the breakfast options. Simple granola and steel-cut oats with fruit, cinnamon biscuits or golden-brown pancakes, and savory dishes such as the chilaquiles with jalapeno-mango sausage and scrambled eggs.For When You’re On the Strip, But So Over the Casino RestaurantsWhen You’re Near: Mandalay Bay and McCarran International Airport Where to Go: SkinnyFats Why: SkinnyFats serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner with menu options split into “Healthy” and “Happy.” The restaurant was voted 2014 Best New Restaurant and Best American New by the Las Vegas Review Journal. What to Get: For breakfast, fill up with 3 Healthy Chicks: three egg whites, two mini Cranburkey patties, fruit, and nine-grain toast. For lunch or dinner, opt for the Naked Chix—seared chicken breast with mango-basil sauce, brown rice, and cilantro yogurt—or the vegetarian CauliFire, a cauliflower dish in buffalo sauce with garlic, veggies, and ranch.For When the Desert’s Making You Crave SeafoodWhen You’re Near: North Las Vegas Where to Go: Mariscos Aguachiles Culichi Why: This seafood restaurant focuses on dishes from Culiacán, the capital of the Mexican coastal state Sinaloa. What to Get: For the most unique experience, try one of the restaurant’s signature dishes, such as the namesake aguachiles. It’s a spicy ceviche, which is a kind of raw seafood dish cured with citrus juices. Otherwise, opt for one of the shrimp or octopus dishes, which are also specialties of the Culiacán region.For When You’re Trying to Please Both Vegans and Meat-LoversWhen You’re Near: Stratosphere Where to Go: Daddy’s Delights Why: Eat in or get delivery from this restaurant with a specialty niche—vegetarian, vegan, and organic food selections abound. The menu is full of healthy staples like portabellas, tofu, and soy cheese, but there’s also plenty for meat-eaters. And there’s even pizza, burgers, pasta, and gyros for members of your party less dedicated to eating light. What to Get: The platters come with a main dish—falafel, chicken, mahi-mahi, and more—plus avocado, fresh veggies, and your choice of side: brown rice, quinoa, a baked sweet potato, or whole-wheat pasta.For When You Want to Eat Smart… But You Really Want All-You-Can-EatWhen You’re Near: The Cosmopolitan and Bellagio Where to Go: Umiya Sushi Why: Some have called Umiya the best sushi in Las Vegas. The restaurant has both an all-you-can-eat menu and a regular menu, as well as a spacious dining room that can accommodate big parties. What to Get: Reviewers rave about the seared-tuna sashimi appetizer with its creamy, tangy specialty AJ sauce. Other favorites include the sweet-shrimp nigiri, the Salsa Dancing roll with spicy tuna and mango topped with salmon and salsa, and the mochi ice-cream desserts.For When You Want the Kids to Eat Healthy, TooWhen You’re Near: West Side Where to Go: Sweet Tomatoes Why: The family-friendly soup-and-salad buffet has a rotating selection of fresh-made dishes, including tons of options for vegetarians and those on a gluten-free diet. What to Get: The joy of Sweet Tomatoes is that you can build exactly the salad you want. Load up with veggies—one healthy-eating tip is to try to have every color of the rainbow represented in your ingredients. There are also seasonal premade options, like the Strawberry Fields with Caramelized Walnuts tossed salad and the Superfood Crunch deli salad. And the soup options can add hearty proteins to your meal, which will keep you full for longer.