I ate at a great little restaurant in Las Vegas about 3 years ago that I'm trying to find while I'm here this week. These are the details I remember about it - it was near the airport, not attached to any hotel, specialized in wine, had a European bistro feel to it, had great food. I think it may have been in a strip mall but not positive. And I seem to remember it had numbers in the name, but again, not positive. I'm on a business trip and would love to find it, or something like it. I'm staying at South Point, so being easy to get to from here without having to deal with Strip traffic is a plus.
posted by ms_rasclark
on May 6, 2012 -
(Posting for a friend.) I am trying to name a local restaurant that will be known for its wine and its chocolate dishes. A friend of mine suggested "Corks & Cocoa." I like it, but would like to consider some other names. Any good restaurant name ideas would be greatly appreciated - and you'll be sure to get some gift certificates when we open if I like the name! Thank you!
posted by i_am_a_fiesta
on Oct 3, 2011 -
Any good restaurants in Vancouver, BC with a good port wine selection? Downtown area is preferred.
posted by stp123
on Mar 6, 2009 -
What do I need to learn about wines to be a waitress at a nice restaurant? [more inside]
posted by Niomi
on May 22, 2008 -
Any seasoned servers/wine aficionados out there? I need to learn how to sell wine and describe it. Seeking more of a quick guide/anecdotes as a jumping off point rather than book recommendations. [more inside]
posted by sarelicar
on Nov 14, 2007 -
The restaurant I work at needs to change its wine list
. What are some good wines that should be put on our menu, that are available in Ontario (that's in Canada, folks) and that are similarly priced? (note that the prices on the link shown are obviously marked up, so please take that into consideration, as well as being in Canadian dollars)
posted by ashbury
on Apr 2, 2005 -
I'm considering making a pilgrimage to the French Laundry
in January, and was hoping someone could give a me a realistic estimate of the total cost (food, wine, anything else?) for dinner for two. [more inside]
posted by rorycberger
on Oct 13, 2004 -