Las Vegas Dining and Entertainment News 03/12/24

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Chef Roy Ellamar at Fine Company

Fine Company — March 13-17

Chef Roy Ellamar’s Fine Company at Downtown Summerlin is celebrating its first patio season and six-month anniversary with a week of “mighty fine” activations highlighting a different partner on-site handing out giveaways and pouring free samples.

The schedule is as follows:

  • March 13-Aperol will have a cart on the patio offering samples.
  • March 14-CraftHaus Brewery will be pouring samples.
  • March 15-Notorious Wines will be pouring Victorious Pink Sparkling Rose from 3L magnums.
  • March 16-Happy Dad Seltzers will pour samples and guests will be able to play cornhole on the patio while enjoying their meal.
  • March 17-It’s Aloha Sunday at Fine Company with Koloa Rum.

Crust & Roux March 14

Crust & Roux, the full-service gourmet pizza and bakery at Town Square, will help pie lovers indulge on the famed mathematical constant Pi Day with special promotions for its pot pies and dessert pies.

Offered for dine-in only, there will be BOGO (buy one, get one free) for the 9-inch dessert pies, 4-inch mini dessert pies and pot pies. Crust & Roux is open daily from 11 a.m.-midnight.

Basilico Ristorante Italiano — March 15

Basilico Ristorante Italiano will mark its 1st-year anniversary with a variety of food and drink specials; sponsors including Hanson of Sonoma Vodka, Don Fulano Tequila and others; sample offerings; exclusive swag bags; and live entertainment by local performer Nevena Dadd.

Chef Francesco Di Caudi will also be crafting a special anniversary dinner menu, which will be served from 4-11 p.m.

Reservations are recommended and can be booked by clicking here.

Downtown Container Park Las Vegas

Downtown Container Park — March 16

Downtown Container Park will host its 5th annual ‘Sham-Rock the Park,’ a park-wide beer bash and St. Patrick’s Day celebration. From 6-9 p.m. beer fans can galivant through the park and enjoy unlimited sampling from the Las Vegas Tap Truck and various breweries such as Guinnesslocal Able Baker, Left Hand and Sweetwater Brewing, to name a few.

There will also be live music from Mojo JuJu, giveaways, shot specials and samples of Slane Whisky.

 Early bird pricing of $40. Space is limited and ticket prices will increase closer to the event. A limited quantity of tickets will be available for purchase day of at the Container Park entrance.

This is a 21+ event. To purchase tickets visit

Sparrow + Wolf — March 18

Sparrow + Wolf will dive into the tinned fish craze and partner with the Tinned Fish Club Las Vegas founders: Kris Repuszka, Emily Baddock of Alt Imports and ØØ Pie & Pub GM Erica Bell to present a one-night only menu paired with a variety of natural wines, craft beer, cocktails and a non-alcoholic beverage pairing option.

The menu will include cockles woodfired in nuoc cham with puffed rice; grilled little gem spear with Avocado Green Goddess, boquerones and aged pecorino; charcoal-grilled baby squid with bacon, gochujang, cucumber and sesame; bluefin tuna croquette with Jamon Iberico and sea urchin; smoked king salmon parfait with egg yolk espuma, caviar, cracked capers and chive; smoked mussel ravioli with saffron, potato and garlic confit; crispy fried baby eels + seared foie gras with black truffle périgourdine and soy sticky bread; razor clam “shrimp + lobster” and fermented black bean and steamed jasmine rice; house dry-aged ribeye and koji dipped and binchotan tagged bagna cauda and squid ink crunch; and dessert by guest chef Ramon Perez—roasted kombu ice cream with mochi, black vinegar, Felchlin Bolivia 45%, espuma and white sesame.

The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. and the cost is $160 plus tip, inclusive of the beverage pairings. Tickets are available at

Restaurant Openings

Mikaya Wagyu Las Vegas

Mikaya Wagyu House, the latest opening from Chubby Group (the team behind The X Pot and Chubby Cattle), has opened its first Las Vegas location in Chinatown at 3930 Spring Mountain Rd. The all-you-can-eat wagyu shabu offers excellent value considering the high quality of marbled wagyu beef.  The menu boasts three-tiered all-you-can-eat options priced at $45, $55 and $78, which include domestic, Australian and Japanese Wagyu. Each price point also includes a specialty dish appetizer (such as such as Foie Gras, Sweet Shrimp Sashimi, Wagyu Nigiri, Wagyu Tartare and Wagyu Bone Marrow), and your beef also comes with condiments of Thai chile, spicy soy sauce, sesame sauce, pasteurized egg, ponzu sauce, green onion and garlic.

Four seasoned broths to cook your meat, veggies and seafood in a shabu pot at your table include Sukiyaki, House Ponzu, Spicy-Misu and Japanese Tomato. The pots are conveniently divided into two sections allowing you to experiment with two different broths of your choice.

The menu is rounded out with vegetable and seafood platters; Matcha, Chocolate and Vanilla Ice Cream; and a curated beverage and cocktail menu featuring Asian favorites, including beer and Ginjo.

Diners are allotted 90 minutes to eat, and the whole party must order the same price set. An annual membership fee of $28 per person offers discounted prices off of the all-you-can-eat options, other perks and a member can bring one guest who will also receive the member pricing.

Although not an all-you-can-eat option, the Late Night Menu served Fri.-Sat. from 11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. has 6 oz portions of Domestic Wagyu for $19.99, Australian Wagyu for $29.99 and Japanese A5 for $39.99; and a selection of fried snacks including Fry Mini Bun ($2.99), Fried Goza ($4.99), Fried Chicken Bites ($3.99) and Sweet Potato Fries ($2.99).

Mikiya Wagyu House is open Sun.-Thu. noon-11:30 p.m. and Fri.-Sat. noon-2:30 a.m.

General Admission Las Vegas

General Admission, a sports lounge and restaurant out of Los Angeles, is now open at UnCommons, the dining, office and residential campus development across from Durango Casino & Resort.

Spanning nearly 5,000 square feet, an open main dining room offers seating for 160 as well as a 16-seat bar situated under LED color-changing lights shaped after basketballs and an outdoor patio with heaters provides almost 2,000 additional square feet and seats more than 60.

For sports viewing, the sports bar boasts 37 large screens, including two on the patio, as well as a 163” LED screen behind the bar ensuring that every seat has a prime view of multiple HDTVs.

Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the menu embraces classic sports bar staples with a modern, elevated twist. A variety of shareable plates include Tokyo Street Tots with crispy tater tots, Japanese style sauces, scallions, nori, togarashi and sesame seeds; Mozzarella Sticks hand cut and breaded served with San Marzano marinara and parmesan cheese; and Mediterranean Hummus, a garlic hummus made fresh daily topped with crispy chickpeas and served with seasonal vegetables and grilled pita bread.

The varied menu also includes items such as made-to-order sushi rolls, Southwest Turkey Burger, Steak Frites, Spicy Rigatoni Pasta and a variety of street tacos and salads. The dessert menu showcases reimagined classics including Chocolate Molten Cake, Cookie a la Mode and Oreo Cheesecake.

The full-service bar features 24 beers on draft including three rotating locally-based drafts; a cocktail menu with classics as well as hand-crafted signature drinks such as the Football Fizz with Aperol, Gambino sparkling wine, club soda and orange; and a collection of 200 spirits, including select options for bottle service.

A weekday happy hour menu available from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri. offers $5 draft beers, well drinks, house wines and mimosas; Tokyo Tots, Mozzarella Sticks and Hummus for $8 each; and Jumbo Chicken Wings, Chicken Tenders and Irish Nachos for $10 each.

General Admission is open from 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Mon.-Thu. and 8 a.m.-midnight on Fri.-Sat. and a weekend brunch runs from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on Sat. and Sun.

Dining News

Eataly Hosting Wine Classes

Eataly at Park MGM has launched Sip & Savor Wine Classes, monthly classes dedicated to exploring a different Italian “micro-country” each month. Offered from March through July, each 90-minute class features an expert guiding guests through a selection of five to six premium wines from notable producers in the selected region paired with Italian bites.

Upcoming classes include:

  • March 15—Discover Toscana
  • April 5—Discover Trentino-Alto Adige
  • May 17—Discover Campania
  • June 14—Discover Umbria
  • July 12—Discover Abruzzo

The cost is $75 per person (inclusive of tax and tip). For class times, more info and to purchase tickets visit

Broken Yolk Café Offering Free Meals for Kids During Spring Break

Broken Yolk Cafe will honor the CCSD’s Spring Break, March 11-17, by offering free meals to kids up to 12 years old.

Available at all three Southern Nevada locations, each free meal must be with an adult purchase and there is a limit of three meals for three kids per party. Broken Yolk Cafe is open Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-2 p.m. and weekends 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

Harlo Dining Room Las Vegas

HarlØ Steakhouse & Bar Offering Flavors of Greece During March

Each month, two-time James Beard Foundation Award Semifinalist Chef Gina Marinelli highlights a different country by curating a four-course tasting menu at HarlØ Steakhouse & Bar at Downtown Summerlin. This month the flavors of Greece are being highlighted.

Priced at $95 per person, the authentic Greek menu includes choice of Baked Valbreso feta with oven-roasted tomatoes, peppers and oregano or Octopus Carpaccio with gigante beans, red onion, dill and cucumbers; Spaghetti with kasseri, Greek olive oil and thyme; Grilled Diver Scallops with couscous, zucchini and crab vinaigrette or Mediterranean-spiced Bavette with charred red onion and parsley butter; and Ricotta Cheesecake with pistachio and kataifi.

HarlØ Steakhouse is open daily at 5 p.m. Reservations are required and can be made at

Entertainment News

Las Vegas Combo Ticket

Back by popular demand, Imagine Exhibitions is again offering the Las Vegas Combo Ticket for access at all three of its Las Vegas attractions—Discovering King Tut’s Tomb at Luxor, and Real Bodies and Dino Safari: A Walk Thru Adventure at Horseshoe Las Vegas.

Priced at $70 per person, the ticket is valid for redemption at the three attractions at a 25% saving, equivalent to getting admission to one of the exhibitions for free.

Discovering King Tut’s Tomb highlights ancient Egypt through the perspective of famed archaeologist Howard Carter; Dino Safari: A Walk Thru Adventure features more than 30 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs presented in their natural habitats; and Real Bodies offers displays of real bodies to help observers learn the physiological aspects of the human body.

The Las Vegas Combo Tickets are available for purchase now and can be redeemed through Dec. 31, 2024. Tickets can be purchased on any of each attraction’s website:, and

  • Downtown Container Park courtesy of Downtown Container Park
  • Mikaya Wagyu meat cooking courtesy of Mikaya Wagyu
  • Mikaya Wagyu dining room courtesy of Mikaya Wagyu
  • Harlo Dining Room courtesy of Harlo
  • General Admission sushi courtesy of General Admission
  • General Admission dining room courtesy of General Admission
  • Fine Company Chef Roy Ellamar pic by Louiie Victa
  • Eataly Wine & Cheese courtesy of Eataly

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