Dining in Sin City
Las Vegas in known for its elaborate cirque du solei shows and wild pool parties, but I want to talk about the city’s most inspiring jewels: the restaurants! Representing the “who’s who” of the Las Vegas culinary landscape, John Curtas, Max Jacobson and Al Mancini write Eating Las Vegas: The 50 Essential Restaurants. These guys guide the way to the city’s most delicious spots, such as Wolfgang Puck’s CUT at the Palazzo and Guy Savoy at Cesar’s Palace, with frank reviews of décor, cuisine and service. They also include vetoes, each accompanied with personal anecdotes, and battle out opinions with humorous wit. Giving way to candor, they even dare to pick on flagships like Bouchon Bistro. Learn about culinary finds on and off The Strip in Eating Las Vegas, available for $13.