#Las Vegas Boulevard


Tetsuya Wakuda Opens His First Japanese Restaurant in the United States at the Palazzo in 2022

Restaurateur John Kunkel of 50 Eggs Hospitality has a lock on restaurants at the Venetian and Palazzo. His Yardbird Southern Table & Bar brings his delightfully crunchy fried chicken and Southern fare, while Lorena Garcia’s Chica offers of a world of Latin cuisines stretching across South America. Poolside respites Spritz Restaurant & Bar and Capri Pool Restaurant & Bar keep sun worshippers fed and quenched.
Clark County, NVnews3lv.com

Body found in wash channel near east valley golf course

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Police are investigating after a body was found in a wash channel in the east Las Vegas valley Wednesday. A report came in about the body around 10:16 a.m. near the 5400 block of Club House Drive, near Sahara Avenue and Nellis Boulevard, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police said in a statement.
Clark County, NVnews3lv.com

Second suspect arrested in July 1 fatal fight

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — A second suspect has been arrested in a deadly shooting that broke out during a fistfight in the northeast Las Vegas valley on July 1. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police arrested Caleb Soto, 20, on Tuesday and he was booked into the Clark County Detention Center on one count of open murder and other charges pertaining to the event.
Las Vegas, NVnews3lv.com

Las Vegas icon Vickie's Diner cuts ribbon to open new location

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — An iconic Las Vegas restaurant has officially opened its doors at a new location. Vickie's Diner is now serving customers in the Commercial Center District on Sahara Avenue, just west of Maryland Parkway. Clark County Commissioners Tick Segerblom and William McCurdy II helped celebrate the grand...

Iconic ‘Vickie’s Diner’ reopens at new location Wednesday

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A year after being forced to close its doors, the iconic “Vickie’s Diner” reopens Wednesday in a new location. The legendary restaurant stood as one of the oldest and best known in town, dating back to the 1950s on the Las Vegas Strip. The new spot...
Las Vegas, NVreviewjournal.com

Cirque combats COVID by requiring vaccinations

With two shows having lifted off and three on the tarmac, Cirque du Soleil is enforcing COVID vaccinations for all of its Las Vegas employees. “The health and safety of our employees remains our top priority. We will require all show staff, artists and technicians to be fully vaccinated,” Cirque spokeswoman Ann Paladie said in a statement Monday night. “Given the unique nature of our productions and operations, it is imperative that we embark on this process to maintain the continuity of our operations.