The 7 Best Bakeries in Las Vegas

Flaky pastry, decadent treats, sweet confections, indulgent desserts—these top Orange County bakeries have it all and then some. Calories be dammed.

1. Bouchon Bakery
Thomas Keller’s iconic Napa Valley pâtisserie has become a Las Vegas icon as well, with not one but three locations inside Venetian, serving everything from confections to delectable pain au chocolat to reinterpreted childhood favorites such as the Nutter Butter and the Oreo-esque T.K.O. Cookie. Venetian, 702.414.6203

2. The Cookie Bar
Treat yourself to something sweet with the brown sugar–based Cinnamon Cider cookie bar, enhanced with cinnamon schnapps, or the coconut rum–infused Piña Colada cookie, with

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Popular Houston barbecue joint picked for new Las Vegas food hall


The Blood Bros. are coming to Las Vegas. Brothers Robin and Terry Wong and pitmaster Quy Hoang will open a new location of Blood Bros. BBQ as one of 16 stalls at Famous Food Street Eats, a new food hall at the Resorts World Las Vegas, a new, 88-acre, three hotel complex opening this summer.


Since it opened in 2018, Blood Bros. has received national recognition for its Asian-influenced take on classic Texas barbecue. Named the best new restaurant in the 2019 CultureMap Tastemaker Awards, the Bellaire barbecue joint also made Bon Appétit list of the best

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A new food hall at Resorts World features food stalls from chef Marcus Samuelsson, Bib Gourmands on the Las Vegas Strip

A 24,000-square-foot food hall with cuisines from around the world plans to open at Resorts World. Zouk Group, the Singapore-based nightlife and restaurant company behind Famous Foods Street Eats, dubs the food hall an ode to hawker centers found in Southeastern Asia and pulled some of their favorites to fill it.

Famous Foods, which sits just off the casino floor of the resort that opens this summer on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, plans to showcase a cornucopia of Asian foods with a heaping helping of Michelin Bib Gourmands and Michelin Plates. Dumplings out of Hong Kong,

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Where to dine in Downtown Las Vegas’ Fremont East

No other area of Las Vegas has seen as much growth as Fremont East, the entertainment district east of Las Vegas Boulevard that now hosts almost two dozen restaurants. In 2012, only Le Thai brought diners outside the canopy of the Fremont Street Experience. Since then, another 16-plus restaurants opened, bringing everything from sushi and barbecue to vegan and Cajun fare. Even a garden setting on a patio and a celebrity favorite taco joint make the list. Here’s a look at 16 places to dine in the Fremont East section of Downtown Las Vegas.

A number of Las Vegas restaurants

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The 18 Best Italian Restaurants in Las Vegas

Whether you are in search of an unforgettable plate of pasta or a fresh platter of seafood, enjoy our list of Las Vegas’ best Italian restaurants.

1. Ferraro’s

Family-owned for over 30 years, Ferraro’s is a Las Vegas staple and a must-visit for all Italian-food lovers. Indulge in their exquisite wine menu at the restaurant’s Ora Sociale, or Happy Hour, from 5-7 p.m. daily. Their philosophy, “eat, drink and enjoy yourself,” is evident in every sip, and every bite. 4480 Paradise Road, 702.364.5300

2. Vetri Cucina

Situated on the 56th floor of the Palms Casino Resort, Vetri Cucina not only

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