Las Vegas restaurants from L.A. chefs and restaurateurs

A look at the L.A. chefs and restaurateurs who have recently opened Las Vegas restaurants, including Ray Garcia, Night + Market, Wally's Wine & Spirits and more.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 7, 2021
Two halves of a split lobster tail intertwine like lovers. Both sides arch upward, balancing atop a mound of noodles tangled around bean sprouts and shards of green onion. This is the same pad Thai you can order at Kris Yenbamroong’s three Night +...
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