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Serendipity 3

  • A Small Bite

    Gordon Ramsay to Expand His Las Vegas Presence

    By David Morris

    Word from several Fox Television showrunners is that the boisterous Brit will soon take over the Strip-fronting Serendipity 3 space at Caesars Palace.

  • Trendspotting

    PB&J Renaissance

    By Marisa Finetti

    While we subscribe to the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” school of thought, we also can’t help but notice a resurgence of classic PB&J hitting dessert and cocktail menus in Las Vegas.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Surf & Turf, Sundaes for Days and Chicago Burgers ’n’ Beers

    By Grace Bascos

    High temperatures don’t mean we have to be relegated to eating light. There are a few heavier dishes that, even in this heat, are in my dining rotation. On the surf and turf tip, STK has you covered.

  • Dining

    A Tree Grows in Vegas

    By Debbie Lee

    Las Vegas prides itself on indulging every whim and desire, but meeting the demands of an eco-conscious diner can sometimes be more challenging than catering to a high-roller. How does one reconcile a green lifestyle with a penchant for fine food? While the recent explosion of farmers markets suggests that we’re moving in the right direction, some restaurants are going a step further. Edible gardens—either on-site or within 60 miles of the city—reduce waste, minimize carbon footprints and keep the local farming community alive.

  • Diner's Notebook

    Sunrise, sunset and other recent developments

    By Max Jacobson

    After June gloom, there’s July sunshine, but for west-siders, the restaurant scene has further darkened. We had just lost Nora’s Wine Bar, a key member of the Summerlin dining scene when word came that Rosemary’s, perhaps the seminal Vegas neighborhood restaurant, had closed its mighty doors.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Saints & Sinners French Toast Log at Serendipity 3

    “Decadence” is the prevailing theme at the Las Vegas outpost of this New York favorite, and the desserts, sundaes and over-the-top comfort foods have garnered quite a following. Now, fans of Serendipity’s treats can indulge in breakfast. For a mix of sweet and savory flavors, try the Saints & Sinners French Toast Log. A thick slice of French toast is covered on one side with breakfast potatoes, bacon and eggs, and smothered with whipped cream and berries on the other. $18, in front of Caesars Palace, 731-7373.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at Serendipity 3

    This fun restaurant will make you feel like a kid again, especially when it comes time for dessert. And this specialty of the house was a secret recipe that even Jackie O. couldn’t get hold of. An icy blend of rich cocoa and 20 different varieties of chocolate are topped with whipped cream. It comes with two straws for sharing. $10-$14, in Caesars Palace, 731-7373.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at Serendipity 3

    This fun restaurant will make you feel like a kid again, especially when it comes time for dessert. It was a secret recipe that even Jackie O. couldn’t get a hold of.

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