Drake Hotel Properties opened their first-ever hotel outpost, Drake Devonshire Inn, in the picturesque town of Wellington, Prince Edward County (“the County”) in late September 2014. This beautiful, historic building, nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario, was restored and transformed into a thoughtfully curated boutique hotel.
Need something sweet? Here’s a look at the best desserts in Las Vegas. You can do your penance back home.
The latest bar from the Plumpjack Group is opening tonight in the hot new Mid-Market region of San Francisco. Here’s an exclusive look at their offerings.
I have a love-hate relationship with Thai food. I love the idea of hot, but I can’t do it. I love the idea of pad Thai, but every time I order it I’m disappointed. So I’ve had to teach myself not to order something on fire and not to ever order pad Thai since there are so many other delicious choices on a good Thai menu. And while I’m the farthest thing from a vegetarian, I love the veggie choices for my friends. With that, I’ll get off my soapbox and introduce you to the top five Thai restaurants in Las Vegas.
Sure, we have to ship our seafood in to get the freshest in the world, but indeed, Vegas does have some amazing seafood restaurants. Here’s a look at five of the best seafood restaurants in Las Vegas.
These four bartenders have what it takes to make some of Miami’s tastiest, and most impressive, cocktails.
As if Miami wasn’t extravagant enough, some of the city’s most elaborate restaurants are catching on to a new trend: decking out desserts in gold.
Pancakes are one of those breakfast favorites, a comfort food if you will. And in Vegas, they come in a variety of flavors and variations. Here’s a look at the top five pancakes in Las Vegas.
Haute Insider Sonya Molodetskaya dishes on Waterbar, one of San Francisco’s best seafood restaurants
Take a break from the ordinary tapas options and head to one of the Chinese restaurants of Las Vegas to try dim sum, the Cantonese version of small dishes. Served up in little steamer baskets or on small plates, these tiny treats give you a way to try a multitude of flavors without committing to one. They can be served up on the menu or on a roving trolley where you can delight in what you might find. Here’s a look at the top five dim sum restaurants in Las Vegas.