Wine Wins in Las Vegas

Led by wine-savvy new restaurants, the city’s dining scene now generates more revenue than gaming
Wine Wins in Las Vegas
Las Vegas’ dining culture is evolving, driven by star chefs, newer arrivals to the city's stoves, and wine-loving beverage managers. From left: Wolfgang Puck, Charlie Palmer, Harley Carbery, Jason Smith, Julian Serrano, Scott Conant and Shawn McClain. (Joe Schmelzer)
From the Sep 30, 2018, issue

If you haven't been to Las Vegas lately, there's a lot to discover, and not just in the big casino hotels. The dining scene has spread to downtown, Chinatown, and to suburbs such as Summerlin and Henderson. It has become a legitimate food city. Wine Spectator's Harvey Steiman reports.

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