Where restaurant guides typically give their readers a singular viewpoint,?Eating Las Vegas triples the ante, presenting reviews from three respected Las Vegas food critics who hail from completely different generations, backgrounds, lifestyles, and tastes. After considering hundreds of contenders, both inside and out of the city’s dozens of world-class resorts, they’ve assembled this exclusive guide to the “Essential 50” restaurants in Las Vegas.
Now in its fourth edition,?Eating Las Vegas?has become the premier source for Las Vegas dining information. In addition to the Essential 50, the 2016 edition features dedicated sections?on the burgeoning Chinatown district and Sin City’s potentially best-in-the-country roster of steakhouses, along with quick-reference lists highlighting the best bets for pizza, buffets, desserts, cheap eats, late-night dining, and more.
This edition also dives into Vegas’ vibrant booze culture, with recommendations for where to find the best mixology maestros, craft-beer purveyors, dive bars, and hipster hangouts.
With reviews ranging from some of the Strip’s most lavish dining rooms to hole-in-the-wall ethnic gems,?Eating Las Vegas?puts the city’s entire extraordinary dining experience in your hands.
Click to read the Eating Las Vegas 2016 Table of Contents and read an excerpt.
About The Author(s)
|Lead author John Curtas has been covering the Las Vegas restaurant scene since 1995?— for 15 years as a restaurant/critic commentator on KNPR-Nevada Public Radio and also as a critic for many local, regional and national publications.
Greg Thilmont is one of Las Vegas’ top food critics, specializing in the city’s vibrant non-casino dining scene.
Mitchell Wilburn is one of Las Vegas’ top food critics, specializing in the city’s vibrant non-casino dining scene.
Emeril Lagasse is an American celebrity chef, restaurateur, television personality, and cookbook author. A regional James Beard Award winner, he is perhaps most notable for his Food Network shows Emeril Live and Essence of Emeril, as well as catchphrases such as, “Kick it up a notch!” and “BAM!”