Las Vegas saw a meteoric rise in culinary circles in the early 2000s, when names like Joel Robuchon, Alain Ducasse and Guy Savoy planted their Michelin-Starred flags in Sin City. They joined names like Wolfgang Puck, Emeril Lagasse and Bobby Flay. Since then, the city has become flooded with every brand of celebrity chef, TV personality and more, making The Las Vegas Strip the greatest concentration of culinary talent in the entire world. These days, however, chefs and restaurateurs are taking their game off-strip, as the demand for amazing food at off-strip prices continues to rise. Travel Weekly writer, Sarah Feldberg, explores the latest three restaurants to take the city by storm and create a wave of social and traditional media coverage. All three of these, Bandito included, are located off the main drag that most people associate with Vegas. Sarah fondly recalls our fresh cuisine including shaved Mexican street corn, house-made tortillas and creative cocktail program, calling out our Smoking Bandito. Stop by and see what all the fuss is about for lunch, Happy Hour or dinner.
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