Eating Las Vegas 2013: The 50 Essential Restaurantsby John Curtis
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From the 5-Star Robuchons, to ethnic hole-in-the-walls you've never heard of, the 2013 edition of our acclaimed food guide, Eating Las Vegas: The 50 Essential Restaurants features all the elements that have made the ELV brand such a success, including the Top Ten and 40 best-of-the-rest picks from the city's top-three (and ever-feisty) food critics, to make up the list of the "50 Essential" restaurants in Las Vegas.
Eating Las Vegas 2013 now has close to 200 restaurants and bars, with tempting options for every taste and wallet, plus mouth-watering full-color photographs throughout. It's a must-have pocket companion for anyone ever planning to eat a meal in Las Vegas -- whether you're in the market for a quick snack or a 12-course chef's tasting menu.
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Meet the Author
John A. Curtas has been Las Vegas’ reigning voice of food and restaurant commentary on KNPR, Nevada Public Radio, since the late '90s. During that time, he has also been the first restaurant critic for Las Vegas Life magazine and the Las Vegas Weekly, and is the man behind the “Eating Las Vegas” food blog (eatinglv.com). Nationally, he's written for Time Out Las Vegas, Fodor’s Las Vegas, Best Places Las Vegas, and for John Mariani’s The Virtual Gourmet. He’s a voting member for the James Beard Foundation restaurant/chef awards and San Pellegino World’s 50 Best Restaurants, as well as a frequent guest on Food Network programs, including two stints as a judge on “Iron Chef America.”
Max Jacobson has had a rousing career spanning almost 30 years in food journalism. His career took flight in 1984, when he signed on at the Los Angeles Times as a writer on Chinese and Japanese food, and expanded into food and wine writing shortly thereafter. He was fortunate to arrive in Vegas when the food scene really began to blossom and has been a food writer and editor there since 1999.
Al Mancini discovered his passion for food while living in New York City, where he attended law school by day, tended bar and made pizza at the infamous punk club CBGB by night, and explored the Big Apple’s dynamic dining scene during every spare moment in between. Since 2005 Al has served as the restaurant critic for Las Vegas CityLife. He’s also written extensively about food and dining for numerous local lifestyle publications, such as 944, Where, What’s On, Desert Companion, and Luxury Las Vegas, and has served as a contributor to the international guidebook Time Out Las Vegas.
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