Fall means opening season for restaurants in Las Vegas. Here’s a look at five of the newest to open their doors both on and off the Strip.
Chef Masa Takayama opened his first teppan grill concept this summer inside BarMasa. The venue features six VIP and two communal teppan grill tables with seating for 10 and five, respectively. Every day the menu here changes. Chefs grill up dishes in front of guests.
2 Honey Salt
3 Culinary Dropout
Discover the eclectic menu at Culinary Droput, where pub fare dominates. Look for dishes such as fried chicken and biscuits, rainbow trout and rib eyes as well as a raw bar, pretzel bread and more. Two-thirds of the menu here is dedicated to beer, wine and innovative cocktails.