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New Restaurant Announces Executive Chef

New Restaurant Announces Executive Chef

A new restaurant and gourmet food shop set to open at Market LV, the new addition to Tivioli Village that just opened, has announced its choice for executive chef. View Wine Bar & Kitchen has hired Chef Johnny Church to head up the kitchen.

Church was named one of Las Vegas’ rising chefs by Wine Spectator Magazine. He has worked at Aureole at Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, Andre’s at Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino, and AJ’s Steakhouse at the Hard Rock Hotel.

Most recently, he has been working for celebrity chefs Bradley Ogden and Michael Mina in restaurants in California.

“I’m really excited to be returning to Las Vegas to be a part of the View Wine Bar & Kitchen from the ground up,” says Chef Johnny Church. “My vision is to use the freshest ingredients available to produce affordable gourmet dishes that will ensure customer satisfaction for lunch and dinner in the View Restaurant and the View Cheese Shoppe.”

Rachel's Kitchen Looks for Employees for New Location

A group of restaurants held a job fair Wednesday for their newest location in Summerlin.

Rachel’s Kitchen will be opening a new location at 9691 Trailwood Drive in Trailwoods Center. The new restaurant will open next month. The owners need to fill about two dozen positions, including line cooks, prep cooks, dishwashers and managers.

"I am excited about the growth.  I am excited about all the changes that are happening, and I am excited about the birth of Rachel's Kitchen," founder of Rachel’s Kitchen Debbie Loxarzade said.

People were lined up before the job fair opened at 9 a.m. The owners interviewed about 30 people.

 

Restaurants Marking Bastille Day with Special Dishes

Several restaurants around southern Nevada will be marking an important French holiday with special menus.

Marche Bacchus, 2620 Regatta Drive, will celebrate Bastille Day on July 14 with a special dinner menu, an appearance by dancers from MGM Grand's Crazy Horse Paris and a sky-diving exhibition into Lake Jacqueline.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Return to BACHI BURGER

Return to BACHI BURGER

Curtas: a return trip to Bachi Burger comes with more hits than misses.

Returning to Bachi Burger was something we did with more than a bit of trepidation.

Read more at Eating Las Vegas

Embers Offers Flavorful Experience

Spotty service and parking challenges don't dim some good dishes at Embers.

Arriving at Boca Park on a weeknight, we immediately saw that parking was going to be a problem.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

VINTNER GRILL in VEGAS Magazine

VINTNER GRILL in VEGAS Magazine

Curtas: Vintner Grill continues to impress

It’s safe to say that when Vintner Grill opened on December 6, 2006, no one associated with the project had the slightest idea it would become Las Vegas’ most prominent neighborhood restaurant.

Read more at Eating Las Vegas

Restaurant Critic: PETRA Remains Pathetic

Restaurant Critic: PETRA Remains Pathetic

Restaurant critic John Curtas again attempts to like the food at a Greek eatery at Tivoli Village. 

It’s not often that ELV has such a bad experience in a restaurant, he rushes to his computer to tell you about it.

Usually, the worse the meal, the more he feels compelled to take a day or two ruminating over his repulsion before writing of his repugnance.

Read more in Eating Las Vegas.