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Do you have family coming to visit for the holidays? Are you doing a lot of holiday cooking? If either of these applies to you, I've got an idea that will help to make at least one night a bit easier. When I am doing lots of holiday cooking, I welcome a meal out with my family and friends in the days leading up to the holiday -- or even after. It's great to get a break where we can eat great food, celebrate the holiday...and
We are participating in a fun blog hop where bloggers all over the US, Canada, and the UK have been asked to share their favorite restaurants in their area. While there is still so many places in Vegas we have yet to eat at, I am sharing our current favorite places to eat in Vegas -- without the kids.
Right across from UNLV, is Rumbi Island Grill, a new fast-casual Las Vegas restaurant. We visited for dinner this last week and have photos, and thoughts, to share on the experience.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Rumbi Island Grill. All opinions and photos are 100% my own or those of my family.
In May 2012, David and I took our second trip of the year to Virginia from Las Vegas. Just like the first time, it wasn't a happy trip. In January/February I was there due to my Dad's sudden death, but this time it was for my sister, who had been admitted to the hospital. We traveled over night and after long flights and layovers, hours at the hospital and an emotionally draining day, we checked in at our hotel, took showers and decided to get something to eat.
While we were both tired and