Monday, February 23, 2015

Chinese New Year brings business boost to the Valley

The spirit of Chinese New Year can be seen in the celebrations happening across the Valley.

At Chinatown Plaza Sunday, the Chinese New Year festival offered cultural food and goods for sale. The holiday is a chance for vendors to get a burst in business during celebrations.

"It gives me a good opportunity to sell my items and show my culture," said Crystal Chen, vendor.

One hundred vendors filled the local festival. Joe Shen, Chinatown Plaza property manager, said the........ Read more

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Inyo Asian Variety: Pics of the newest restaurant in Chinatown Vegas and we are impressed

Chinatown Vegas gets better and better. Owner Peter Chen and Chef Gregg Fortunato have themselves a winner in Inyo Asian Variety. Take a peek at some of the dishes then get down to this restaurant fast because when words gets out, will be tough to get a reservation.

Inyo Asian Variety, Chinatown Vegas #BestChinaTown

Kimuchi (Japanese style kimchi)

Japanese  Potato Salad

Chilled Tofu with lemon-ginger ponzu (Hiyya Yakko Tofu)
Oshinko - japanese assorted pickles with sesame gobo, onion, daikon, and cucumber

Black Cod Saikyoyaki
Vegetable Tempura

Peter Chen, Joe Muscaglione and Chef Gregg Fortunato
Inyo Asian Variety Restaurant 
6000 W Spring Mountain Rd #1B 

Monday, December 1, 2014

Found In Chinatown Vegas

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Chinatown Report: Best Chinatowns in the USA | TravelPulse

Chinatown Vegas is quickly  climbing in the ranks. Culinary speaking, @chinatownvegas is second to none

Chinatown Report: Best Chinatowns in the USA | TravelPulse: Chinatown is more than just a section of town. It is a destination, a place of culture and cuisine; a home. There are people that seek them ...

Friday, October 31, 2014

BREAKING: 1900 Restaurant in CHINATOWN closed!

John Curtas wrote that 1900 was the best Chinese food in Las Vegas. I agree. 

Considered by many as the Best Xiao Long Bao in the USA - 1900 Asian Restaurant abruptly closed. Owner Jimmy Li was not immediately available for comment. Stay tuned for more.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Haza Yakitori is Headed to Chinatown

The mystery restaurant under construction on Jones is revealed as yakitori-focused.
The mystery, built from scratch restaurant between Winchell's Donuts and Wendy's Noodle Cafe has a name and a cuisine. Once finished, Haza Yakitori will occupy a substantial 2,865 
square feet of space, with entrances framed by mock doric columns. The interior is well on its way to........ Full Story Here