George Wallace and Jerry Seinfeld [Photo: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee]
THE STRIP — Comedians Jerry Seinfeld and George Wallace hit up one of Vegas' iconic diners, The Peppermill, in the newest edition of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Seinfeld and Wallace, both Vegas headliners, talk elevator etiquette, restroom jokes and more as they eat a late-night breakfast with coffee, of course.
CHINATOWN — Want to go to one of the most exclusive restaurants in Vegas? Michelin starred Takeshi Omae, who has Ramen by Omae in Sherman Oaks, just opened Japanese Cuisine by Omae, serving a three-course lunch only in a 12-seat restaurant. Sublime Japanese comfort food is all the rage at the three seatings. Hang tight. Dinner is coming soon.
SUMMERLIN — Chicago Mexican restaurant Mercadito opened at Red Rock Resort with graffiti artwork lining the walls and a menu of street tacos, salsas, guacamoles and ceviches.
ARIA — If you're wondering where to drink in Vegas, how about trying Aria, where newly minted Eater Young Gun Craig Schoettler is the property mixologist. He's revamped the menu at View Bar and Sage with an ice program, a rotovap and a proprietary beer.
PALMS — Another exciting development on the Asian food front in Vegas. Tony Hu, the Chicago emperor of the Chinese food scene, is bringing his swanky Lao Sze Chuan to the resort, opening this summer. Look for "Tony's 3 chili chicken" that has been described as "chicken crack" for its addictive properties among the menu items.
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