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Restaurant guides typically give readers a singular viewpoint. Eating Las Vegas triples the ante, offering reviews from three respected Las Vegas food critics who hail from completely different backgrounds, lifestyles, and tastesand who usually disagree on the merits of any particular restaurant. Yet, after countless arguments over lunches and dinners all around town, Las Vegas’ best-known dining writers accomplished the impossible and came up with a list of the eateries all three could confidently recommend.
Now in its fifth year, Eating Las Vegas has become the premier source for Las Vegas dining information. The 2017 edition features an expanded section of quick-reference lists highlighting the city’s best bets for pizza, steakhouses, cocktails, cheap eats, late-night dining, buffets, and more. With reviews of restaurants ranging from some of the Strip’s most lavish dining rooms to hole-in-the-wall ethnic gems, Eating Las Vegas puts the city’s entire extraordinary dining experience on your plate.
Lead author John Curtas has been covering the Las Vegas restaurant scene since 1995for 15 years as a restaurant/critic commentator on KNPR-Nevada Public Radio and also as a critic for Las Vegas Life, CityLife, and Las Vegas Weekly magazines.
Greg Thilmont is one of Las Vegas’ top food critics, specializing in the city’s vibrant non-casino dining scene.
Mitchell Wilburn is also one of Las Vegas’ top food critics, specializing in the city’s vibrant non-casino dining scene.