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Sin City Cupcakes Partners Hope Alcohol-Infused Confections Catch on Locally

They don't sell cheap, but these cupcakes certainly have an interesting angle to them.

With cupcake names like the Russian Climax, Sexed in the City and Choco-mallow Intercourse, there could only be one proper name for the business itself: Sin City Cupcakes.

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Local Restaurants, Bars Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Specials

Throughout the valley, locals can find great deals for eating and drinking on May 5.

Sunday is Cinco de Mayo, also known as the Fifth of May. It commemorates a Mexican battle — not Mexican Independence Day, as widely believed — but Las Vegans can revel in their own independence at any of the following celebrations:

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Las Vegas Restaurants Offer Special Mother's Day Menus

Las Vegas Restaurants Offer Special Mother's Day Menus

Great options abound throughout the city, including many brunch choices.

Want to take Mom out for Mother’s Day? You’ll be in good company; it’s the busiest day of the year for restaurants.

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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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This Just In: FIRST and RATTLECAN Closed by Venetian

Curtas: one spot never had a chance, the other declined over time.

To everyone’s surprise but Eating Las Vegas’ the Venetian Hotel and Casino boarded up both Rattlecan and First Food & Bar last night….as well as The Act nightclub. Our sources tell us these closings occurred without notice to management or staff, and rumors are swirling about the reasons.

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Ramsay Opens 2 New Strip Restaurants

Ramsay Opens 2 New Strip Restaurants

One of the toughest chefs on TV has just opened two new restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip.

Gordan Ramsey opened BurGR at Planet Hollywood and Gordan Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace Las Vegas. The two new restaurants come on the heels of his restaurant at Paris Las Vegas, Gordon Ramsay Steakhouse, which opened in May.

The pub & grill is exactly what it name suggests, offering a true British pub feel with a selection of British beers and elevated pub food like lamb T-bone and brick-pressed Cornish chicken.

BurGR offers diners a selection of burgers, fries and milkshakes with a gourmet twist, boasting a 30-foot fire feature.