Best of the City


Best of the City

Golden Steer

Best Old-School Steakhouses

How many times a year do your friends come to town asking you to recommend a place that’s truly “Old Vegas?” For me, it’s usually a bachelor party looking for a steakhouse that reminds them of the days of Frank and Dean (even if they’re not old enough to have ever seen Frank and Dean). Read More

Best of the City 2013

Best Community-Supported Agriculture

Quail Hollow Farm has prevailed over the harsh growing conditions and meager profit margins that have kept Southern Nevada from jumping on the CSA trend in a significant way. Only about a half-dozen of these co-op farms, which deliver food to paying members on a regular basis, are thriving here. Among them, Quail Hollow is Read More


Take your glam-mother out on the town for a three-course, prix-fixe meal at Comme Ça. The classic lemon tart dessert satisfies even the most sophisticated sweet tooth as it’s topped with lavender marshmallow, aerated white chocolate and verbena mint ice cream. In the Cosmopolitan, 5 p.m., $49 per person,

Best Sweet With Meat

Like oil and water, some things just don’t mix. Until we tasted Comme Ça’s Duck Confit Cinnamon Roll, we thought sweet and meat were two of those things. But leave it to chef Brian Howard to blow our minds with a savory-sweet combo that’s become a fan favorite on the menu. The freshly baked cinnamon roll is laced with tender duck that has been rendered in its own fat, topped with smoked bacon frosting and served with raspberry compote. Weird, we know, but that’s just how chef Howard rolls. Read More