Gastro pubs contain all the beer and good times you could want with a bar combined with high-end dining. The combination of these two concepts started in London but has made its way to Las Vegas to bring you find collections of beer to swig while you’re noshing on good eats. Here’s a look at the top five gastro pubs in Sin City.
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Alejandro Ortiz, Anièce Meinhold and Cesar Zapata of Phuc Yea are gearing up for a mid-January opening of Miami’s The Federal Food, Drink & Provisions, also known as The Fed.
Considering their diners as informed, adventurous and appreciative of unique dining, OpenTable asked them to disclose which restaurants they consider to be the most “Fit for Foodies”.
More restaurants have closed than opened in Las Vegas during the recession, but openings in recent weeks are giving foodies hope of a restaurant rebound.
Cue The Federal Bar, LA’s newest gastropub bringing us back to the times of the Prohibition era and speakeasy style. Originally a 1926 bank, the space was later turned into a club called Bank Heist, which was destroyed in 2008 by a fire. Today, it’s the brainchild of Knitting Factory Entertainment CEO, Morgan Margolis. “This project is very personal to me and has been on my mind for over 20 years,” said Margolis. “The building has an amazing historic significance, but we want the atmosphere comfortable enough, so you’ll kick back, have a pint, a great meal and watch a tremendous show or a ball game.”
Los Angeles may be solely known as an “industry” town, but the truth of the matter is that this city boasts some serious cultural hot spots, especially by way of chic cuisine. Considering that the city is melting-pot of different nationalities, Los Angeles features the best in fusion cuisine, not to mention farmer’s market fresh produce.
Chef Todd English, voted one of People magazine’s 50 most beautiful people, winner of three awards from the James Beard Foundation, author of three cookbooks and involved with numerous restaurants, epitomizes charm, good looks and talent. English demonstrated his ability to mix gourmet cuisine with comfort food for a new culinary delight with the opening of Todd English P.U.B. (Public Urban Bar) inside Crystals at CityCenter, his interpretation of an authentic English pub.
Long gone are the days when eating out in London was sneered at. These days you can get any cuisine from around the world and with so many places to choose from deciding where to go is no easy feat. Far from being a dining trend, organic and locally sourced menus are a priority for many of London’s diners. Haute Living takes a look at our top five.