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 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 classiest rotten-caviar dinner money can buy.
Call us nuts, but we actually wanted to visit.
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.
The chef-heavy street food event's first Sin City appearance
The legendary Japanese chef plans an ultra-luxurious selection of meat and seafood options at his first teppanyaki concept.
Wolfgang Puck will be joined by Bon Appétit's Adam Rappaport and the restaurant's current and original chefs for a two-hour lunch.
Joe Basso calls his diners "risk takers."
Owner Lou Amdur will hand over the keys to his Hollywood wine bar next Wednesday.
The Bar +Bistro founder says he's having fun riffing on the medieval theme.
The concept has been rebranded as House of Flavor and is coming way off The Strip.