By: Bob Gourley
That is a promise made by the owners of Casa Don Juan. I have eaten there several times and the consistency of the dishes is one of the reasons why I keep going back.
It is a large restaurant with a festival vibe to it. The bright colors that adorn the walls help to portray the fun feel. You can even sit out on the sidewalk for an al fresco experience.
One of the highlights is the never-ending production of fresh tortillas that are made on-site. It is always fun to watch the fast hands of the preparers.
By: Dan Roberts - Publisher
"What's on TV tonight?" That’s the usual question my Rana asks after dinner.
I recognize that many couples have different television viewing habits and I’m curious if yours are different than ours. After nearly two years of "playing house" with Rana, we have established a series of unwritten rules for watching TV.
Rule 1: No commercials. Unlike yours truly, Rana is video-savvy and knows how to work the DVR. She tapes everything to be played back at a later date. No problem there.
Editor's Note: The Vegas Voice is pleased to introduce Bob Gourley as our new restaurant columnist. His column – Let’s Eat will be found on our website. Bob Gourley has been reviewing restaurants for the past 30 years, both in print and on the radio. He also interviews chefs and restaurateurs each Sunday, 4 pm on KKVV 1060AM.
Great Barbecue: Rollin' Smoke
By: Bob Gourley
Where do you find great fall-off-the bone barbecue in the valley?
There are a lot of chains who either offer complete menus or nibble around the edges with just a few selections. But if you really want to sink your teeth into good ole' Southern "Q", take a trip to locally-owned Rollin Smoke Barbecue in Las Vegas with a vibe that is casual and comfortable.