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Grape Street Café

  • WENDOH BRAND STUDIO

    Three Sips Around Downtown Summerlin

    By Seven Staff

    Take a drink of three refreshers sure to please shoppers and diners alike.

  • The Deal

    Cheap Wine

    By Anthony Curtis

    Keeping in the spirit of Vegas Seven’s wine issue, let’s take a look at a few of Las Vegas’ many deals on the grape. The sheer number of restaurants and bars and nightclubs in this town lead to all sorts of plays on wine all over town. The biggest problem is staying up with them. Here’s a list of some the top deals going on right now.

  • Scene Stirs

    Seven reasons to lift up a glass

    By Xania V. Woodman

    1. Oscar time! Moët & Chandon invites home viewers to pop open a limited-edition Gold Award Season Moët & Chandon Impérial bottle, which captures the elegance, glamour and spirit of Hollywood, available through March 31 anywhere fine wines are sold, for about $39. Then toast to any of the remaining days in the year with Chandon’s “365 Reasons to Celebrate” desk calendar. $10, Chandon.com.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Steak Salad at Grape Street Café

    A favorite at this Napa-style bistro, the salad features feta cheese, tomatoes, red onion, kalamata olives, cherry peppers and pepperoncinis mixed with greens in a lemon oregano dressing. Best of all, it is topped with flank steak, the secret of which lies in chef John McKibben’s marinade. $13, 7501 W. Lake Mead Blvd., 228-9463.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Portobello Philly at the Grape Street Café

    Designed to have a Napa Valley feel, the Grape Street Café has exposed brick walls and concrete floors, plus an open floor plan. Customers often line up out the door to wait for the generous selection of wines (75 to 90 by the glass) and menu favorites such as the Portobello Philly. With sautéed mushrooms, bell and roasted red peppers, onions and smoked gouda melted on top, this sandwich is a real crowd-pleaser. $11, 7501 W. Lake Mead Blvd., 228-9463.

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