It's date night! We visited Las Vegas restaurant, Crossroads at House of Blues inside of the Mandalay Bay on the Vegas strip. Here’s what we ordered, our experience, and thoughts on the overall experience.
Las Vegas restaurants
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.
"Wine anchors great memories" - David Mirassou
Is it possible to love a wine brand even before your first sip? In the case of Mirassou Winery, I believe it's so.
This month, I was all set to attend my second blogging conference, Bloggy Boot Camp. I knew one of the sponsors was Mirassou Winery, but what I didn't know is that they were having a private wine tasting and dinner for some of the Bloggy Boot Camp attendees. It wasn't until I received my invitation that I learned of the special
There is a lot of Las Vegas restaurants. I have no clue how many, but when you factor in everything from fast food to the fine dining, it's a lot. I would imagine that if you ate at a different restaurant every night, it would take you several years to get through it all. And probably just when you were done, you'd have another list of new ones to start with.
With that being said, if I go to a restaurant more than once, more than twice, there must be a reason.
Hash House a Go Go is one of
As someone who loves food memories, it's exciting to have the chance to meet a fifth generation winegrower, Karl Wente of Wente Vineyards, and hear the history of his family's vineyard.
Recently, I was invited to breakfast to do exactly that. I had the opportunity to meet one-on-one with Karl Wente of Wente Vineyards, which is the country’s oldest, continuously operated family-owned winery.
I met Karl at Verandah, inside the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas. We sat in