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Nobu Turns 20, You Dine Splendidly
TWENTYSOMETHING

Nobu Turns 20, You Dine Splendidly

It’s not every day that Nobu celebrates its 20th anniversary. It’s only after it’s been open for 20 years. Which is now. Anyway, a special omakase tasting menu featuring 20 of the restaurant’s most iconic dishes will help commemorate the occasion. We bet at least one of them will be sushi.

Breakfast. All Day. All Night.
MORNING GLORY

Breakfast. All Day. All Night.

Breakfast for dinner. That’s a thing that’s wonderful. And we could probably just say “This new place called Pantry has that 24 hours a day” and you’d be good. But you’d be even better if we said it had eggs benedict, short rib hash and milk-chocolate pancakes. So there.

First, Live Music. Then, Omelets.
S TEST

First, Live Music. Then, Omelets.

SLS Vegas. Yeah... lot going on there lately. And in a not-weird turn of events: here come some more things. Specifically, the Sayers Club and the Griddle Cafe. They’re a new live music lounge and a new 24-hour diner, respectively. So have fun respectively listening to music and eating baked-potato omelets.

Come On. It’s Got a Sloppy Joe Menu.
BUNKY TOWN

Come On. It’s Got a Sloppy Joe Menu.

The Bunkhouse Saloon was pretty big in the ’50s. Doesn’t do you much good today. Tell you what does, though: a major renovation that included a ridiculous new sound system on the technological front and a huge sloppy joe selection on the sloppy joe front. It’s one of the better fronts out there.

You. Champagne. You. More Champagne.
BUBBLE BATH

You. Champagne. You. More Champagne.

It’s okay if you’re not the type of person to get really excited about this new happy hour situation at Fizz that involves bottomless champagne. Just kidding.

Nightly, 5-7pm and 7-9pm, $36, Bottomless Bubbles at Fizz at Caesars Palace, 702-776-3200

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