Las Vegas Deal of the Week: All weekend long, Yusho is serving up Quacky Mountain Oysters, a take on Rocky Mountain Oysters made with... youguessedit!... duck testicles, that's inspired by Japanese street food, which is known for using every… part… of the animal.
Endless prime rib, World Cup specials, and... duck testicles?!
Thursday, June 12th: To enjoy the soccer excitement on the Strip… head to Cabo Wabo where you can catch the World Cup on 20 high-def TVs and two giant projection screens, and cop drink specials anytime a game is on. Continue Reading
Thursday, June 12th: Enjoy a little bit of art while you sip on a little bit of wine at a reception for Las Vegas artist Angel Delgado's new series of paintings and sculptures at the Amanda Harris Gallery of Contemporary Art.
Saturday, June 14th: Due Forni Pizza & Wine kicks off a series of viewing parties in the bar where soccer fans can enjoy the World Cup even more than usual, thanks to vino and food specials all day and night.
Saturday, June 14th: 3 Doors Down plays a free concert on Fremont St. Your chance to hear that “Kryptonite” song one more time begins at 9pm.
Sunday, June 15th: Enjoy endless prime rib and crab legs during a special Father’s Day buffet at Studio B inside The M Resort, then wash it all down with complimentary beer and wine.
Sunday, June 15th: For Father’s Day Rhumbar at the Mirage is inviting dads to come enjoy a premium cigar and cocktail pairing for $20. Try the Old Cuban -- made with rum and Champagne.
Ongoing: Panevino has a new selection of Summer cocktails with saucy names like the Applesnatch, Orange-asm, and Blow Your Berries. They’re also half price during happy hour, 4-7pm Monday-Friday.
1. Yusho3770 S Las Vegas BLVD, Paradise
2. Due Forni Pizza & Wine3555 S Town Center Dr, Las Vegas
3. Cabo Wabo Cantina3663 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
4. The M Resort12300 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
5. Rhumbar3400 las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
6. Panevino Italian Grille246 Via Antonio Ave, Las Vegas
Chef Matthias Merges brings Yusho to the Monte Carlo, where you can score Japanese bites inspired by street food, like steamed buns, various types of noodles, and assorted kimchi.
This stylish pizzeria specializes in two distinctly different kinds of pizza, Neapolitan and Roman, that are baked in custom-made brick ovens. The Roman-style pizza has a cracker crust, and the Neapolitan has a soft, chewy crust. Either one goes great with any of the nine different wine flights on the menu, or one of three choices of Campania buffalo mozzarella as an appetizer.
This combination booze-shack and live music venue is the 2nd stateside outpost of the franchise that somehow combined Cabo San Lucas sleepy-town laid-back attitude with Vegas' live-fast-die-young one. The result: a mid-Strip joint with grass awnings, full Mexican lunch and dinner menus and a whole lot of tequila. Any spot on the Strip is sure to be crowded at any time, but the wait to get on the patio is worth it to chow down on damn-near-perfect guacamole, idly drink a massive margarita and watch as drunken tourists and Vegas' eccentric crowd stumble past below.
Perched atop the 400ft summit of Las Vegas Blvd, this 90-acre spread features 92,000 sq ft of gaming space, a 14-screen movie complex, 390 rooms culminating in the two-story Loft Suite, multiple wet bars, and a stunning stone and glass staircase for ascending nobly to your boudoir. The M is also known for its grand seafood-centric buffet, which includes free alcohol with the price of admission.
The mojito-heavy bar/ cigar-smoking lounge/ tropical retreat at The Mirage offers a 4000sqft patio where you can sip on great cocktails like the Latin Manhattan.
With sweeping panoramic views of the Strip, this Italian restaurant embodies the sultry, sophisticated ambience that is quintessentially Vegas (dim lighting, plush circular booths in bright red leather, polished glassware glinting on crisp linen-covered tabletops). Bold Tuscan flavors reign, whether you opt for classic plates like the Linguini Seafood (a mélange of shrimp, scallops, clams, and mussels, gloriously drenched in a white wine-garlic sauce) or order from the 100% plant-based menu, where favorite dishes like the “Ricotta” and Spinach Ravioli consistently delight vegan appetites.