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The Best and Worst of Spring

Curtas: the season brings some fine food and one truly scary item.

Never eat anything that’s supposed to be something else. – ELV

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GUY SAVOY Takes It to Another Level

GUY SAVOY Takes It to Another Level

Curtas: a renowned chef adapts to the times and here, offers up a pricey but expansive tasting menu.

Towards the end of our  “Innovation-Inspiration Menu” at Restaurant Guy Savoy, we asked Chef Mathieu Chartron if this new menu was a lot more work for him and his sous chefs. With typical French understatement, all he gave us was a hint of a smile and a silent nod of agreement.

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Plywood Report – GORDON RAMSAY STEAK

Plywood Report – GORDON RAMSAY STEAK

The restaurant is scheduled to open at Paris Las Vegas in mid-May.

All ELV can say is this: if the food at Gordon Ramsay Steak is as dramatic as the interior is looking to be, Las Vegas will be in for a treat.

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Gettin’ All Crabby at LAKESIDE

Gettin’ All Crabby at LAKESIDE

Curtas: a taste of Baltimore featuring piles of seafood hits the spot.

Sometimes, being a Las Vegas food writer has its advantages.

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Daniel the Oyster Man at P. J. CLARKE’S

Daniel the Oyster Man at P. J. CLARKE’S

 

Curtas: oysters served right on the Strip, sometimes for as little as $1 each.

If you’re an oyster lover – and let’s face it who isn’t? — then you’ve got another month* to get the best of the best at our best (and really only) oyster bar.

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James Beard Award Finalists to be Announced Monday

Some of the best restaurants in Las Vegas are semi-finalists in the "Oscars of Food" and are hoping to be named as finalists.

Monday at 11:00 at the Venetian/Palazzo the James Beard Foundation will mark the 25th anniversary of the awards by announcing the finalists for this year’s ceremony — in New York, in May — right here in our humble burg.

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Sushi Deal of the Week – BAR MASA

Sushi Deal of the Week – BAR MASA

Curtas: you won't find better sushi for the price.

Continuing our Restaurant Week theme, this morning we’ll discuss sushi. Not just any sushi, mind you, but the superior stuff served at Masa Takayama’s outpost in Aria, where the delicately scented, barely warm, and barely-held-together rice provides the foundation for the freshest toro, hirame, hamachi, and akamutsu (snapper) this side of Tokyo Bay.

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