Anthony Baratta, Jeffrey Alan Marks, Nathan Turner “Ahead of the Curve”

Editor at Large and the Las Vegas Market Center put on a FANTASTIC program at market. (and we aren’t just saying that because they featured us a few times… wink). It really was an excellent P2020-014 program and live webcast. If you missed it, you can check out the highlights AND the videos over on The Editor at Large site here. You can also go to Twitter and search #AOTC for up to the minute convos going on about the event.

Anthony Baratta and Jeffrey Alan Marks especially liked Global Views.

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Our picks for off the Strip Eats in Las Vegas #lvmkt


Going on 16 days, a few of us are practically Las Vegas residents at this point. Needless to say, we have had a lot of time to try different restaurants. Here are some of our top picks:

Lotus of Siam– Thai food, and some if the best in the country we might add!! We found this E20-598 one a coup,e years ago in the AmericanWay magazine. Definitely worth the trip!! Be sure to order the Thom Kha

Lindo Michoacan– Mexican food. If it is your birthday they give you a shot of tequila, but the find is why you should visit this off the strip spot

Orchids Garden– Sunday Dim Sum anyone? We thought so. This place
251-502 is amazing. Our faves were the spinach shrimp dumplings and the dandelion greens.

Triple George– Grill and Steak house. This is fun and easy if you are headed downtown. Off 3rd street and Not in a casino, you will be pleased with the selection here. After you eat, go check out the Freemont St. Experience. Or for some local haunts, head to Don’t Tell Mama for some AMAZING singing or The Griffin for a Hipster Harry Potter vibe.

The Arts Factory Bar + Bistro-Tapas, pizza, other eats. We LOVE this place. So much so That we have gone back 3 times. It is on the corner of Charleston and CasinoCenter. The food is sooo delicious, and fresh. Our favorites are: Sea boat scallops, Mac + cheese, Garlic Pollo and the Cuban Panini. Their tropical ice tea is a custom blend for them and super refreshing. The Arts Factory also has some pretty great galleries and events going in all the time, so be sure to check the event calendar out as well.