Chang Has Big Dreams for Vegas; Nobu to Cater

David Chang plans to open a Momofuku in Vegas where everyone “wants you to do well. [And] there are no government officials who go after you and none of the bull[bleep] that’s in New York City.” [NYP]

Nobu heads to the Sundance Film Festival this January as the first push to establish a catering arm of the company. [NYP]

Gordon Ramsay at the London, Insieme, and Toloache are some of the newer restaurants spicing up pre-theater dining. [NYT]

Toloache’s chef, Julian Medina, designed an under-$40 three-course feast for four to celebrate the Day of the Dead, and the recipes here include pumpkin guacamole, shrimp pozole, and cinnamon bread pudding. [CBS]

Lenny Kravitz is big into Burgundies and appreciates the ones sommelier and co-owner Robert Bohr picks out for him at Cru. [Mouthing Off/Food&Wine;]

The truffled egg toast at ’ino makes for one of the best breakfasts in town, and here’s a recipe for the simple dish. [Serious Eats]
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A tour held this Sunday dubbed the Pizza Express stopped at six pizzerias including Franny’s and L&B; Spumoni Gardens. [Slice]

Chang Has Big Dreams for Vegas; Nobu to Cater