Posts By: Chris Dugas

Monta Ramen Japanese Noodle House

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When I mentioned that our goal for our recent visit to Las Vegas was to find exceptional dining experiences while adhering to a moderate budget, Monta Ramen Japanese Noodle House is exactly the kind of restaurant I had in mind. With thousands of restaurants to choose from, its no small task to trim your list […]

Vintner Grill Las Vegas

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Every once in a while its nice to splurge a little. And kicking the New Year off right with a great meal is as good a time as any. So on our recent visit to Las Vegas, we made reservations off the Vegas strip at Vintner Grill in the Summerlin neighbourhood.   The location and setup […]

Trattoria Reggiano Las Vegas

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Don’t judge a book by its cover. No truer words have been spoken when it comes to the restaurant industry. It works both ways actually. Just like there are amazing meals to be had at non-descript and unassuming little restaurants found in strip malls, you can also be fooled by the pomp and circumstance of beautiful […]

RA Sushi Bar Restaurant Las Vegas

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For foodies like us, one of the best things about visiting Las Vegas is the restaurant scene. And because of the constant and massive flow of tourists from around the world, the choices pretty much cover the whole gamut of ethnic cuisines at various price ranges and levels of quality and presentation.   The Las […]

Valley of Fire State Park Nevada

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As the name appropriately suggests, Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada is an absolutely stunning visual spectacle to behold. The oldest state park in Nevada, the area spans over 42,000 acres and features fantastic red sandstone formations created by shifting sand dunes during the age of dinosaurs.   Located 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas, this park […]