From small plates to craft cocktails, check out these new(ish) local spots.
Las Vegas is booming in the local dining scene! Awesome new local spots are popping up almost every month and bringing some serious #noms with them. As always, we got your back when it comes to helping you decide where to chow down. No ratings. No reviews. No self-proclaimed “critics”. Just local. We hope you’re hungry.
7th & Carson
7th & Carson replaced the shuttered Glutton in July and features a killer menu of bites and booze in DTLV. Knockout items include their C.F.C Wings with honey dust and hot sauce, oven-baked clams and white truffle toast. Go with friends. Grub hard. Booze harder. 616 E Carson Ave #110, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Bandito Latin Kitchen & Cantina
Bandito comes in hot killing the Latin American fare game. They make all their salsas and tortillas by hand daily and serve some of the best crafted Latin-inspired cocktails in the city. If you go and don’t get the pulled chicken flautas, al pastor or braised octopus…….you messed up. 325 Hughes Center Dr Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89169
The Black Sheep
If you’ve been looking for something new and creative, The Black Sheep is definitely where you want to go. Serving Vietnamese/American comfort food, The Black Sheep nails it using locally-sourced ingredients. Their Bao sliders, slow cooked short rib and Scottish king salmon “clay pot” are must gets. 8680 W Warm Springs Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89148
Sparrow + Wolf
If you’re headed to China Town, a stop at Sparrow + Wolf should most definitely be on the list. If you leave here unsatisfied, we’d call you a liar. 4480 Spring Mountain Rd ste. 100, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Featuring shareable small-plate creations, Boteco has already started making serious waves within the local scene and for good reason. Believe the hype and just go. 9500 S Eastern Ave #170, Las Vegas, NV 89123