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THE POWER PLAYER MAGAZINE An Entertainment, LifeStyle, International Visionaries Magazine

Fabulous Food Corner - Great Cuisines, Best Drinks Las Vegas Best Restaurants SW STEAK HOUSE Google AdSense Live ads will appear on your published page.

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FAB FOOD CORNER by Sherrima Queen In this issue of The Power Player’s Magazine we went to the Las Vegas, “Sin City”. What we discovered was one reason why Vegas have become the Playground for today’s Power Players.Las Vegas is known for it’s luxurious Casinos and Entertainment however we uncovered five “Sin food” restaurants that’s a “Must Visit” and you’re sure to come up a winner. When visiting the brightest city on Earth. SW Steakhouse: If you’re a steak connoisseur you will be impressed with SW. The innovative menu offers a wide variety of charred, prime-aged steak and chops as well as poultry and seafood specialties. One of my favorites was the Bone-in New York Steak, it was excellent. The steakhouse has an expansive wall of glass windows that opens onto an outdoor dining patio, which makes the experience magical and romantic. The main course prices start around $50 and up however it’s worth it.

FAVORITE WINTER CUISINES, DESSERTS AND BEVERAGES Vanilla Bake Shop - This wonderful bakery offers an array tasty cupcakes, puddings and cakes that are sure to win your heart. Vanilla Bake Shops focus is on contemporary

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Wynn Hotel & Casino, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd, South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 248-3463 Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House: Celebrity Chef Emeril Lagasse gives Vegas his signature “Bam” with his Creole/ Cajun cuisine restaurant. For the seafood lovers you will feel at home. The food is flavorful and distinctive. My favorite was the New Orleans BBQ shrimp. It tantalized my taste buds, I was also impressed with the Banana Cream pie with Banana crust and caramel drizzles. Now I know why they call it “Sin City.” The décor has a funky New Orleans architect. You’ll actually feel like you’re on Bourbon Street in New Orleans more then Las Vegas Strip. The main course starts around $35 and up. MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, 3799 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 891-7374

Grilled Tilapia with Mango Salsa a wonderful blend of herbs,spices, mango, salsa, olive oil and tilapia fillets. One word delicious. For recipe click on the picture below.

Nobu Matsuhisa’s Japanese Restaurant: If you love Sushi Nobu offers the best on the strip. Nobu has authentic Japanese cuisine. All of the items on the menu are fresh and delightful. I enjoyed the Sashimi flavored with garlic, ginger and sesame seeds, it melted in my mouth. The décor is very Asian chic, bamboo pillars, wooden birch trees. It’s very similar to his New York City restaurant in Tribeca. The prices start around $20 and up. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 693- 5090 Le Cirque French Cuisine: Ringmaster Sirio Maccioni brought his culinary magic from New York to Vegas strip. Le Cirque offers contemporary French cuisine and was awarded


and delightful. I enjoyed the Sashimi flavored with garlic, ginger and sesame seeds, it melted in my mouth. The décor is very Asian chic, bamboo pillars, wooden birch trees. It’s very similar to his New York City restaurant in Tribeca. The prices start around $20 and up. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 693- 5090 Le Cirque French Cuisine: Ringmaster Sirio Maccioni brought his culinary magic from New York to Vegas strip. Le Cirque offers contemporary French cuisine and was awarded the AAA five Diamond award. The cuisine is elegant and simulating to the palette. My favorite was the world class wine list featuring more then 900 international selections from the best wine regions in France. The décor reminds you of a jewel box with its colors and details. The restaurant is adjacent to an eight-acre lake filled with dancing fountains. How whimsical is that? The average price starts around $98 per person. Bellagio Hotel & Casino, 3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 693-7223

Pumkin

Gingerbread

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seriously flavorful Cocktail recipe that will transport you to a world of fairies, gingerbread man and pumpkins!

Postrio: Whether you’re in Beverly Hills or Las Vegas, Wolfgang Puck’s contemporary California Cuisine is always a winner. Postrio is American while drawing upon flavors from Asia and the Mediterranean. I enjoyed Mr. Puck’s signature dish, Cantonese style roasted duck with ginger and steamed bao buns. It was scrumptious! The décor provides a perfect setting for both casual and formal dining. It’s stylish contemporary. The main course starts at about $29 and up. The Venetian, Grand Canal Shoppes, 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 796-1110

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