Melinda Sheckells, lifestyle and entertainment expert and editor of OffTheStrip.com shares recommendations on what to eat and drink this week in Las Vegas.
Wicked Spoon Buffet at The Cosmopolitan
The buffet at The Cosmopolitan reinvents the popular Las Vegas dining experience food hall-style. Now open Thursday to Sunday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Wicked Spoon features globally inspired culinary creations. Attendants serving individually plated items offer guests ceviche, tacos and other South American favorites; breakfast and brunch featuring scrambles, quiche, French toast and pancakes; an Asian station with duck wings, charred Korean short ribs, spiced Korean rice cakes and more; and the grill with crab legs and variety of meats. Bottomless beverage packages start at $17 per person. Each party is allotted a two-hour dining window, and reservations are strongly encouraged. Pricing starts at $20 for children (4-10 years old) and $36 for adults.
Siena Italian Trattoria
Grab a bottle of Siena Italian Trattoria Olive Oil Summerlin’s Siena Italian Authentic Trattoria & Deli debuts its first private label product, Siena Deli Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Created to use at the Italian restaurant, Siena Deli Extra Virgin Olive Oil by the bottle gives guests access to the same premium product to elevate their dishes at home. Made with a blend of cold-pressed Mediterranean olives, this oil is blended and bottled in Los Angeles. Notes of pepper and fruit offer a balanced flavor profile designed to complement all dishes, whether used in cooking or as a finishing oil. One-liter bottles are available for $10 at Siena Deli.
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