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Tivoli Village

  • Dining

    Hamptons Brings its Brunch A-game to Patio Season

    By Mark Adams

    The Tivoli Village restaurant offers an ideal setting for alfresco bites.

  • Saturday-Night Itinerary

    Ramp Up a Night on Rampart

    By Misti Yang

    An evening on the town in and around Tivoli Village.

  • latest

    Tivoli Village Rolls Out Long-Awaited Phase 2

    By Amber Sampson

    The Phase 2 expansion of Tivoli Village has stretched over nearly three years now. But on Oct. 28, we can happily tell you that the wait is over.

  • Spaces and Places

    Restoration Hardware Comes to Vegas

    By Jessi Acuña

    Inside the luxe furnishing powerhouse

  • A Small Bite

    MADE L.V. Out, PKWY In At Tivoli

    By Al Mancini

    Jonathan Fine, who operates the PKWY Tavern chain, will be taking over Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla’s Tivoli Village space, Made L.V.

  • latest

    Checking in on Tivoli Village

    By Hubble Smith

    What's happening with Tivoli Village's second phase of construction? We find out.

  • Dining

    There’s Room for Improvement at Tapas by Alex Stratta

    By Al Mancini

    Some chefs spend their entire careers creating a single style of food. Others prefer to challenge themselves. Alex Stratta falls into the latter category.

  • Dining

    Return to the Stratta-Sphere

    By Al Mancini

    There was a time when Alex Stratta was viewed as one of the top chefs on the Strip.

  • A Small Bite

    Poppy Den Closes Its Doors For Good

    By Al Mancini

    Although Tivoli Village representatives continued to deny its closure through August 27, Vegas Seven has confirmed that Poppy Den has closed its doors permanently after serving its final meal August 24.

  • The Shopping Guide

    What’s Haute on the Horizon

    From laid-back to luxe, hipster to high-fashion, a bevy of new boutiques will open in Las Vegas this holiday season. Here’s a roundup of some of the most-anticipated. The Containers Cometh If you haven’t been scorched from the fire-spewing praying mantis on the corner of Seventh and Fremont streets yet, then you may have missed […]

  • Business & Services

    Best Place to Buy an Outfit … for Your Pet

    Dee Mounts couldn’t find any cute clothes for her beloved British Bulldog, so she set about designing her own brand, Bo & DeeMo. Its success led to Mugsy & Moxie’s Bully Couture, an all-canine clothing and accessories store at the Market LV. Think Swarovski crystal-studded collars, local handcrafted dog bowls, punk-inspired dresses, backpack harnesses and bully-beater T-shirts. Diva dogs at the ready!

  • Health & Beauty

    Best Eco-Conscious Art Boutique

    Shopping Artifact boutique is like nosing on Pinterest but in a real-life store. Owner Molly Gaddy-Walters’ mission is simple: to share her love of recycled, up-cycled and repurposed home furnishings, clothing and unique finds in one shop. After the success of her first store in the Market LV at Tivoli Village, a second location opened in May at Town Square to feed a broader audience. The new boutique welcomes more than 100 handpicked emerging designers with the same ethos. Expect to discover one-of-a kind pieces, but, most of all, prepare to be inspired.

  • Bargain Hunter

    Spring (Bargain) Fever

    Spring has sprung, and it’s time to update your wardrobe. Take advantage of these special offers, because you don’t have to break the bank to look like a VIP. The Forum Shops at Caesars It’s time to hit the pool. Save 30 percent on swimwear and resort wear at Tory Burch throughout April. Through April 8, save 30 percent on select items at Ted Baker. Tivoli Village

  • Cocktail Culture

    Grains of Truth

    Growing up in Hawaii, Relyn Timbal fell in love with the Japanese culture that pervades her homeland. At Kamehameha Schools, the private college prep she attended from kindergarten through high school, she chose Japanese as her language elective, hoping this would lead to class trips across the Pacific. It did, and 15 years later, Timbal’s eyes still light up when recalling the welcome she received from one rural Japanese middle school. “They literally shut down the last three periods to hold this huge assembly for this one girl from Hawaii.”

  • A Small Bite

    Hope for Ogden’s Harvest

    By Max Jacobson

    Serious food lovers were saddened when Las Vegas lost Bradley Ogden, one of America’s truly iconic restaurants, following a long run at Caesars Palace. Ogden did one of the best burgers in the world on his bar menu, had relationships with dozens of our best artisanal food producers, and his desserts, such as butterscotch pudding, have an international following.

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