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Is Vegas America’s One-Stop Regional Food Capital?

A couple of decades ago it seemed as if every American chef with a name and a reputation to promote set up shop in Las Vegas, NV. A more recent trend has taken that idea to the country’s regional food specialists. As difficult as it once would have been to imagine, you can now find branches of Buffalo’s Anchor Bar and New York’s Di Fara pizzeria in Sin City! Do a little digging and you’ll also find Michigan pasties, Detroit-style pizza, and even the towering pastrami on rye sandwiches of Manhattan’s famed Carnegie Deli. Read more about this new twist on the Vegas food scene in Larry Olmsted’s piece in Forbes.

2 Comments

  1. Bruce – let me know if you want the lowdown on the Carnegie Deli at The Mirage. It”s changed..for the worse …jonB

    • Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle

      June 23, 2015 at 11:55 am

      What’s happened, Jon? Though it doesn’t surprise me. Carnegie branches are never nearly as good as the original.

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