It won't be long now before Danny Meyer's place takes on In-N-Out on its home turf.
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The company must need a place to squeeze dollars out of the rejects at Hyde.
Don't be surprised if he never returns to L.A.
The Hollywood haunt for lovers of big breakfasts will surely ensnare Sin City's hungover legions.
Of course, in a slice of typical Vegas excess, the property already has a Puck-branded pizzeria.
The newly single stars may have been celebrating Critic's Choice awards or getting cozy.
The restaurant comes from owners of Ginseng and Kimchi on the Vegas Strip.
$99 will include a meal and the first of many drinks.
The classiest rotten-caviar dinner money can buy.
The location veers away from the city's tourist epicenter, but should appeal to L.A.'s more label-conscious elite.
Call us nuts, but we actually wanted to visit.
The Asian-influenced burger joint comes from a former Roy's chef and has been repeatedly praised by Vegas critics.
Then head up to your hotel room for a Grand Slam.
Our mortal minds can hardly comprehend this $17 million, 25,000-square-foot dining option.
The iconic Southern California chain will also open in Dubai and Las Vegas this year to counter stagnant growth.
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill will replace Bradley Ogden at Caesar's Palace.
Get a load of what Jordan Kahn and David Myers are cooking at this Asian street food-inspired festival.
If we'd lived in In-N-Out's shadow for 60 years, we'd take to drinking too.
Somehow the communal drink was not as popular as the chef's croquetas served in a running shoe.
The 327-seat restaurant is coming to the chef's Las Vegas hotel project, with Nobu breakfast menus for room service.