Vegas Seven

Meat & Three

  • Diner's Notebook

    Seven restaurants to try before the end of the world-er, year

    By Max Jacobson

    2012 was an eventful year for the Las Vegas food scene. An especially large number of new restaurants opened—some relentlessly hyped, others quietly so. In no particular order, here are seven of my favorites, which you should try to get to before the year is up. Assuming, of course, that we’re still here.

  • Dining

    Three Cheers!

    By Max Jacobson

    Chris Herrin is a serious baker and restaurant owner, but if you ask him, he’ll tell you he mostly just wants to have fun. This ruddy, cheerful man, who looks as if he stepped right off a Pillsbury box, has already secured a coterie of friends who assemble almost daily at Bread & Butter, his […]

  • Dining

    Three Cheers!

    By Max Jacobson

    Chris Herrin is a serious baker and restaurant owner, but if you ask him, he’ll tell you he mostly just wants to have fun. This ruddy, cheerful man, who looks as if he stepped right off a Pillsbury box, has already secured a coterie of friends who assemble almost daily at Bread & Butter, his Henderson bakery and informal breakfast/lunch stop.

  • Diner's Notebook

    A buffet bacchanal, Herrin brings the meat, and someone get us to the Greek (fest)!

    By Max Jacobson

    Caesars Palace president Gary Selesner was proud to walk me through the space that will be home to the new Bacchanal Buffet, which at 25,000 square feet will be the largest Las Vegas has ever seen when it opens next month. It’s going to be impressive.

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