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Reviewer: Ramen or Karaage? Try Both at the Small but Versatile Fukumimi

Restaurant reviewer says noodle shop is tiny but mighty. 

There are plenty of tasty local ramen shops. Fukumimi's varied menu sets it apart.

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Coming Soon: A Second Naked City Pizza Shop

The chef and owner of an already wildly popular pizza place has plans for a new one and for a new taco eatery.

Local chef and restaurateur Chris Palmeri didn’t plan on opening two new, different eateries at the same time. It just happened that way.

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Taiga Seamlessly Blends Thai and Japanese Cuisines with Refined Results

Restaurant reviewer says new restaurant gives a great twist on Asian fusion.

The restaurateurs behind Krung Siam have expanded with this new, successful fusion experiment.

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Silver Sevens Offering Steak and Lobster Dinner Special

A newly remodeled resort is offering dining specials in honor of its new name.

To celebrate its “new era,” Silver Sevens (formerly Terrible’s), 4100 Paradise Road, is offering a $7.77 steak and lobster dinner in The Sterling Spoon Cafe from 2 to 10 p.m. every day in July. The cafe also is offering seven entrees (such as Mandarin chicken salad, a pulled-pork sandwich and eggplant Parmesan) for less than $7, 24/7, throughout July. 

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Couple Reach for Draft Dreams with CraftHaus Brewery

 

After years of work, a local couple are launching their own brewery at this weekend's Great Vegas Beer Festival.

Dave Forrest has been brewing up an idea for years.

As a connoisseur of beer, he has used his house as a tasting space to craft different ales using a variety of ingredients such as rosemary and orange peel.

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Restaurants Pull Out All The Stops to Help Three Square

Three-course meals ranging from $20 to $50 will be offered throughout the valley.

Tao is a well-established restaurant at The Venetian on the Strip that opened in September 2005 and has a nightclub that's reportedly one of the most successful in the country.

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