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Little Caesars Pizza is handing out complimentary pizza lunches today

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(Little Caesars). Little Caesars lost a March Insanity wager, and now they’re paying up. Today just, the pizza chain is providing a totally free lunch special to anyone who stops in.

Little Caesars made the bet on

Twitter earlier this month saying, If a # 16 BEATS a # 1 in males’s basketball TONIGHT, you might score a @LittleCaesars Lunch Combo!

Then The University of Maryland Baltimore County, a 16 seed, beat Virginia in the most significant upset in the history of the NCAA competition– and Little Caesars needed to make good on their pledge.

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Las Vegas’ International Pizza Expo continues to grow larger each year

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Sam Morris/Las Vegas News Bureau A pizza is tended to throughout the yearly International Pizza Expo Tuesday, March 20, 2018, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

There were around 1,500 booths large and small lining the South Hall, many of them cooking and offering samples of their doughs, sauces, cheeses, garnishes and more. Real Broaster Chicken, a provider based in Beloit, Wisconsin, maintained one of the more popular cubicles, providing an unlimited supply of crispy poultry treats to boost its credibility as the ideal pizza partner. Carrot Top, resident headliner at the Luxor, presided over a chicken wing consuming contest at the La Nova Wings cubicle on Tuesday … not that the centrally situated kiosk needed the comedian to enliven its celebration. For 3 days, dance music roared from the cubicle as a chicken mascot danced and girls in short-shorts served up boneless chicken bites in different tastes. The Pizza Expo is really Vegas. Click to enlarge photo

src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Pizza_Expo_Decker_t198.jpg “alt=” Click to increase the size of photo”/ > Brock Radke City Pizza’s Chris Decker provides his Sicilian-style pizza to the judges of the International Pizza Challenge at the 34th annual International Pizza Expo on March 21 at

the Las Vegas Convention Center. When he wasn’t leading presentations in one of four exposition arenas with bleacher-style seating, pizza champ and restaurateur Tony Gemignani– who runs two Pizza Rock locations in the Vegas Valley in addition to Little Tony’s at Palace Station– presented for pictures and signed copies of his book “The Pizza Bible” for his fellow pizza proprietors. Las Vegas’ own John Arena, who established Metro Pizza with his cousin Sam Facchini in 1980, bounced in between booths to host various demonstrations, too, coordinating with baking educator and author Peter Reinhart for one info session entitled “Why Are You Still Buying Bread?”

One new-to-Vegas chef was on hand to promote a new item scheduled to arrive in shops next month. Los Angeles food truck legend Roy Choi, who’s developing a Korean dining establishment for Park MGM this year, has actually teamed with Ken’s Foods– makers of popular salad dressings, barbecue sauces and more– to launch a line of Kogi sauces stemmed from his Kogi BBQ food truck.

Choi runs several L.A. restaurants now but his initial mobile dining idea serves a Mexican-Korean hybrid food known for huge, strong flavors. He stated he wasn’t worried about keeping that track record with his brand-new sauce cooperation. “The factor I’m not worried is what’s in the bottle. These flavors are real to Kogi,” Choi said.

There were lots of smaller sized providers at the exposition, consisting of first timers Charlito’s Cocina, a store charcuterie manufacturer from Long Island, New York City that has actually recently expanded its production capacity. “We usually do the specialized food shows so this is quite huge for us,” stated meatmaker Ben Parker, providing samples of salami picante and dry-cured black truffle sausage.

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The pizza market is prospering and diversifying, so there wasn’t one clearly dominant trend discussed at this year’s expo, nevertheless gluten-free foodstuff are a hot topic throughout the food and beverage market and specifically in the pizza universe.

The production side of the market has actually made vast improvement in regards to gluten-free item certification however the service and dining establishment industry is in need of additional education, according to Lindsey Yeakle, quality control supervisor and food security professional with the Gluten Intolerance Group. The not-for-profit organization was formed more than 40 years back and is accountable for that little “GF” circle logo seen on lots of gluten-free food products– that’s the symbol of the group’s accreditation.

” Manufacturers have a better understanding of how technical things have to remain in their world so they’re moving in a better instructions,” Yeakle stated. “But the food service market still says and does things based upon insufficient understanding, making claims without comprehending entirely how to keep things safe.”

GIG started its certification program about 9 years earlier, when there was an obvious rise in restaurants and pizzerias putting gluten-free meals on menus. “I think everyone is a pizza fan,” Yeakle stated. “Discovering that best gluten-free pizza crust is hard since when you take the gluten away, that’s what pizza is. It’s challenging.”

Just a couple of rates away at the Antico Molina Caputo Flour booth, local pizza maker Vincent Rotolo of downtown’s Excellent Pie was cooking up a gluten-free Detroit-style pizza with a thick yet light and spongy crust and crispy cheese baked into the edge. Quite paradoxically, it was scrumptious.

Our hometown hockey pub: MacKenzie River Pizza is Golden Knights central

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Steve Marcus Fans chant “Go Knights Go!”as they enjoy a live broadcast of the Vegas Golden Knights against the Pittsburgh Penguins at MacKenzie River Pizza, a bar and grill inside the groups practice center at City National Arena, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018. From left: Jim Canada, Bryan Cannon, and David Byer.

contact)Monday, Feb. 12, 2018|2 a.m. The Las Vegas Valley is definitely cluttered with sports bars, vibrant places you can discover your fellow fans and cheer for almost any pro team out there– that old saying that Las Vegans all originated from some other city is still mainly true, and we bring our house groups in addition to us.

Obviously, these days we have a genuine home team– a winning one– and naturally plenty of local sports bars have adopted the Vegas Golden Knights. It’s all part of the neighborhood coming together to support its very first big league expert sports franchise, an exciting movement that deserves to be described as a phenomenon.

Unless the Knights are at house and you have actually got tickets to T-Mobile Arena, it is difficult to find a more distinctively electrical atmosphere to view the video game than MacKenzie River Pizza. The restaurant and bar lies on the second floor at the $30 million City National Arena, the Golden Knights’ practice facility and head office in Downtown Summerlin.

The arena is a home-away-from-home for the gamers, and fans are starting to feel the same method about the comfortable tavern upstairs. If you want to get a table or perhaps a seat at the bar during a Golden Knights video game, plan to get to the pub a minimum of a few hours before the puck drops.

VGK Fans at MacKenzie River Pizza Introduce slideshow””We began pretty hectic but gradually,

the crowds during video games have actually gotten bigger, “says MacKenzie River General Manager Jason Anderson.”We do not have outdoors signage or anything like that so we rely totally on word-of-mouth. Very first individuals started concerning the team’s practices and finding their way here, then we were only truly hectic throughout away video games. But now it’s packed no matter what, and things are just continuing to get crazier. “Anderson was operating in a great dining restaurant across the street, T-bones Chophouse at the Red

Rock Resort, when he found out about the hockey happenings coming to Downtown Summerlin. Expense Foley, the owner of the Golden Knights and the Montana-based Glacier Dining establishment Group that consists of the MacKenzie River Pizza chain, was a frequent guest at T-bones.”It was a combination of the NHL side of things and seeing Mr. Foley be available in at Red Rock and seeing exactly what he was all about, and belonging of something brand new that the community could get thrilled about,”Anderson says. “And originating from the Midwest– I was born in Wisconsin– the hockey component was attracting me. I think it was something to gravitate to for a lot of individuals in Las Vegas. “The hockey pub certainly is a force of gravity. Every seat in the extensive dining room and around the rectangular bar provides fantastic views of numerous hi-def TELEVISION screens, and the seats along both sides examine City National Arena’s twin ice rinks. The restaurant cranks the volume when the Knights are on those screens, but you still can’t hear the video game when the house group scores and the capability crowd emerges. Chants of”Go Knights Go!”follow, similar to in the house games at T-Mobile. The most popular game-time meals and drinks are enormous plates of Cowboy Nachos, Good Ol’ Boy( pepperoni)and MacKenzie River(veggie )pizzas and the made-in-Henderson Golden Nites Bohemian Pilsner

from Lovelady Developing.”That constantly turns into our top selling beer on game nights, “Anderson says. It’s a popular place to work, too, as the personnel hasn’t seen much turnover considering that opening in early September– a rare accomplishment for a brand-new dining establishment. It’s all hands on deck for game-night crowds, however

the MacKenzie River group seems to have actually discovered its groove, and in the nick of time. With more youth hockey programs, adult leagues and other events filling up the rinks at the arena, the restaurant is busier than ever. And the more time you spend hanging out at this friendly neighborhood sports bar, the more possibility you have of facing among the Golden Knights, who spend a lot of time at the arena and dining establishment when they’re not on the ice. “A great deal of them will spend time after practice or go skating with their families then pop in and have a pizza. You can run into anyone whenever,” states Anderson.

Valley heat wave motivates free pizza giveaway at Metro Pizza

Delectable slices of Metro Pizza's cheesy New York-style pie (Metro Pizza/FOX5). Scrumptious pieces of Metro Pizza's cheesy New York-style pie (Metro Pizza/FOX5).

Scrumptious slices of Metro Pizza’s cheesy New York-style pie ( City Pizza/FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )- A local Vegas pizza shop intends to accumulate on contributions in exchange for a tacky pie for the month of July.

The recent Valley heat-wave is a cause for issue for the Las Vegas homeless population. In an effort to provide relief, Metro Pizza, an independent pizzeria dubbed “the very best pizza” by numerous notable publications, is using a free small cheese pizza to every client who contributes an unopened case of 24 12-ounce bottles of water through July 31.

” The summer heat is among the most difficult times for the homeless, and we wished to do something to highlight this concern and aid,” stated City Pizza Manager/Partner Chris Decker. “We’re calling on our loyal customers to help, and thanking them the best method we know how.”

4 Metro Pizza areas are taking part in the water drive promotion:

1395 East Tropicana Ave Phone: -LRB-702-RRB- 736-1955.
4001 South Decatur Blvd Phone: -LRB-702-RRB- 362-7896.
6720 Sky Pointe Dr. Phone: -LRB-702-RRB- 564-6726.
1420 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy Phone: -LRB-702-RRB- 458-4769.

Most importantly, Metro Pizza didn’t set a limit on the variety of water cases pizza-lovers can contribute to the drive. Sit in the dining room a enjoy your pie as the promo is just readily available for dine-in clients.

Visit your area Metro Pizza throughout regular business hours to declare your benefit for assisting the neighborhood.

City Pizza will distribute the cases of water to a number of Clark County charities.

Copyright 2017 KVVU( KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.

A fortunate 13 recommendations for National Pizza Month

Possibly it’s due to the fact that of the increase of Italians back then, however Las Vegas seems to have more than its share of pizzerias, the majority of them turning out fantastic pies. In honor of October as National Pizza Month, right here are a baker’s lots of our favorites:

Anthony & & Mario’s Broadway Pizzeria, 840 S. Rancho Drive: A newsroom favorite, Broadway offers variations like the Sicilian Marinara, with no mozzarella, just tomato sauce, fresh garlic, Romano cheese, olive oil and basil.

Blaze Pizza, 10520 S. Eastern Ave., Henderson, and 6211 N. Decatur Blvd.: Of the “Chipotle-style” category of choose-your-own-toppings pizzerias, Blaze also offers trademark pies if you can’t comprise your mind.

Dom DeMarco’s Pizzeria, 9785 W. Charleston Blvd.: A descendant of Brooklyn landmark DiFara, Dom DeMarco’s serves pies with thick or thin crusts, consisting of The DiFara Unique, a square pizza with red sauce, hand-cut pepperoni, fresh and aged mozzarella, Grana Padano, fresh basil and olive oil.

Due Forni Pizza, 3555 S. Town Center Drive: “Due forni” means “two ovens” in Italian, and they produce both crackery Roman crusts and stretchy Neapolitan ones, in variations like the Tartufo, with black truffles, Parmigiano-Reggiano crema, Fontina Fontal, roasted cremini mushrooms and an over-easy egg.

Five50, Aria, 3730 Las Vegas Blvd. South: James Beard Acclaimed chef Shawn McClain mixes it up with pizzas like the Plantation, with prosciutto, creme fraiche, an egg and nation olives.

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, 5 places in the valley: Grimaldi’s introduced five specialty chef-selection pizzas in honor of National Pizza Month, including Quattro Formaggi, with mozzarella, Asiago, Parmesan, Pecorino Romano and Gorgonzola.

Metro Pizza, several places: A Las Vegas landmark for years, Metro makes pizza in a number of designs, including packed, like the Chicago, with sauteed spinach and cheese.

Old School Pizzeria, 2040 E. Craig Roadway, North Las Vegas: American-born and Sicilian-bred Giovanni DeMauro, scion of the Nora’s Italian Food family, does undoubtedly do things the old-school way (like making his own yeast) in variations such as Vegas Satisfies Italy, with smoked and routine mozzarella, ricotta, pistachios and dates with arugula, prosciutto and cherry tomatoes.

Pieology Pizzeria, 10965 Lavender Hills Drive in Downtown Summerlin and 365 Hughes Center Drive: A humorous spirit personified in “Be Alfredo; be really Alfredo,” the walk-the-line, design-your-own pizzeria provides a few signatures, such as Smokin’ Buffalo Chicken, with spicy Buffalo sauce, chicken, Gorgonzola, mozzarella, cilantro and olive oil.

Pizza Rock, numerous areas: From 11-time World Pizza Champ Tony Gemignani, the flagship on Third Street downtown, with descendants at Eco-friendly Valley Ranch in Henderson and Palace Station, prepares numerous styles of pizza in ovens suited just for them, including the Sausage & & Stout, with honey-malted Guinness dough, house-made mozzarella, beer sausage, caramelized onions, Fontina, green onions, crushed red peppers, beer salt and a sweet Guinness decrease.

Rosati’s Pizza, numerous places: While a number of designs are readily available, we cannot envision not going with the Chicago-style deep dish, with a thick crust, chunky sauce, cheese and whatever else you wish to add.

Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana, 140 Green Valley Parkway in Henderson and 9350 W. Sahara Ave.: So genuine it’s approved by the Italian federal government, Settebello serves pies like they do in the old country, so don’t go looking for pepperoni.

Trevi Italian Dining establishment, The Forum Shops at Caesars, 3500 Las Vegas Blvd. South: In honor of National Pizza Month, Trevi is offering different specialized pizzas per day for $10, such as herb-roasted chicken with roasted garlic, caramelized onions, roasted tomatoes and goat cheese.

Contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at [email protected]!.?.!. Find more of her stories at www.reviewjournal.com, and follow @HKRinella on Twitter.

Can you actually order Domino'' s pizza with an emoji?– VIDEO

While buying Domino’s with an easy pizza emoji text or tweet might look like a one-step procedure, the act itself is tedious (at best) and might potentially leave you starving for pizza.

A minimum of, when we tried it.

First, don’t expect to merely login to Twitter and tweet your heart out for future pizza parties. It does not work like that.

Appears basic enough

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There are a couple of steps to follow prior to you’ll even come close to attaining the cheesy goodness that is a pepperoni pie.

Step 1: Produce a Domino’s account at dominos.com
Step 2: Setup a Pizza Profile and “Easy Order”.
Step 3: Sign up for Tweet Ordering in your Pizza Profile and follow Domino’s on Twitter.
Step 4: Tweet the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder to @Dominos.
Step 5: Await order verification through Twitter direct message.

Still with us? Because from here, it gets even more complicated.

What failed?

Even after tweeting out the pizza emoji, there’s no guarantee your order has in fact been placed. Double check your online account info due to the fact that the simplest mistake can knock out the entire process.

Or its website won’t recognize the charge card you have linked to your pre-existing Domino’s account … and they’ll send you this message:

“Your order wasn’t positioned b/c your payment method expired or failed. Check out dominos.com & & upgrade your payment technique.”

Other than when you do … you’re not able to update your payment technique until getting to take a look at … on the online order type … which isn’t the tweet you aimed to send in the starting point …

Domino’s is still in the knowing stage

When tweeting goes awry, what’s the next best wager? A call– ugh.

Domino’s dining establishments in Las Vegas typical anywhere between 100 to 500 orders per day, according to an agent at their Lake Mead Boulevard place, but when asking about this new ordering process, the personnel appeared at a loss for words.

“We’ll make sure to obtain a training program video for these individuals,” Domino’s supervisor Chris Richardson said. “I haven’t done that a person yet. You’re the very first (to ask about the emoji).”

After Richardson tried to help us out, we ended up positioning a regular online order since #hangry.

You ‘d practically be much better off requesting a piece from Pizza Rat.

Check out our experience in pizza emojis above.

Contact Ashley Casper at [email protected]!.?.!. Discover her on Twitter: @TheCasperA

Deadly CiCi’s Pizza ambush still fresh in the minds of Metro

Just like any other day, Las Vegas Police Officer Troy Nicol planned the lunch schedule for his team.

As is often the case, officers heading out on the morning shift planned to eat in pairs.

However this particular day, June 8, 2014, would not be a routine Sunday.

When he heard the radio traffic state two officers on their break had actually been shot at a CiCi’s Pizza near Stewart Opportunity and Nellis Boulevard, Nicol looked at his watch.

At 11:22 a.m., only 2 officers from his team in that area were on break.

Within minutes, much of the department knew officers Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo were down. It would take several more hours to understand how it took place.

Nicol, 48, has spent much of his 12-year career patrolling the exact same part of the valley as Soldo, in the Northeast Area Command. The two worked in sister squads for a while and were in the same unit on the day of the shooting.

Much of the training Nicol stated he’s received with Metro, consisting of protective and close-quarter techniques, came from Beck. He was renown for his know-how as a training officer before transferring back to patrol and to the Northeast Area Command simply months prior to the ambush.

The morning was going smoothly for the team for the very first couple of hours. Nicol and his partner were at Clark County Detention Center booking a suspect on a felony charge when the calls of shots fired begun coming by the airwaves.

Dispatchers tried to radio the officers.

But neither addressed.

“That’s when I understood,” Nicol stated recently, reflecting on the one-year anniversary of the slayings.

Nicol and his partner informed the sergeant at CCDC they needed to leave right then, and headed towards CiCi’s.

SWIFTLY CHANGING CIRCUMSTANCE

As they got better, the radio traffic “started to get bad,” Nicol said.

The call at first can be found in as shots fired, but changed quickly. The next broadcast was that 2 officers were associated with a shooting. Then came reports that Beck and Soldo had actually been ambushed and shot inside the pizza parlor.

By the time Nicol and his partner reached the location, anti-government, anti-police zealots Jerad and Amanda Miller were inside an adjacent Wal-Mart. They had currently shot and eliminated buyer Joseph Wilcox, 31, who had attempted to avoid the rampage. Then they prepared for exactly what investigators now think was an intended to be a lengthy gunfight with a five-officer tactical group that went into the supplier.

Nicol got his rifle and stormed through the front doors.

Having actually spent over a decade patrolling the area, Nicol knew precisely where the security room for that specific Wal-Mart was. He quickly made his way there, but discovered the door locked.

Officer Ryan Fryman, who had likewise encountered the shop, kicked the steel security door 5 times– fracturing his leg while doing so– before it lastly offered and they were able to reach the camera controls, Nicol said.

With the help of a security guard, Nicol trained a cam on the Millers as they placed themselves in the vehicle location of the supplier.

Nicol had the ability to feed exactly what he was seeing over the cams to the officers took part in the shootout.

Minutes later, Jerad, 31, and Amanda, 22, were dead. In the Wal-Mart wreckage, the Millers left a shotgun and four pistols, consisting of two drawned from Beck and Soldo, and about 200 rounds of ammo. They had a little stockpile of knives, camouflage clothes, military-issue rations and first-aid materials.

The rampage was over in less than 30 minutes.

As soon as it was, responding officers’ ideas switched back to their fallen coworkers.

“At that point most of us didn’t understand Alyn’s and Igor’s conditions,” Nicol said.

Officers were ushered across the street to a PetSmart for debriefing. There, Nicol met his team supervisor, Sgt. Jimmy Oaks.

Oaks broke the news. Soldo and Beck were gone.

“It was quite …” Nicol said, then stopped briefly and looked down. “Pretty devastating. Immediately you’re thinking about the families. They both had brand new little babies. It was tough.”

Beck, 41, was a papa of 3 who came from Eco-friendly River, Wyo. He concerned Metro in 2001.

Soldo, 31, was born in Bosnia and moved with his household to the united state as a child. He moved to Las Vegas from Lincoln, Neb., and joined Metro in 2006. His very first kid was not even a year old when he passed away.

‘IT HELPED ME Make It Through’

Nicol spent the next 2 months on leave, mentally recovering from what occurred. He was one of the very first officers to go back to task when he got back to patrol on Aug. 2.

Known for their humor, Nicol stated, Soldo and Beck’s presence was missed right away. “They might have been comedians. They had that spitfire attitude. Just always on their ‘A’ game,” Nicol stated. “To come into rundown, and not have that … it was tough.”

At their funeral services, coworkers drew laughter with stories about their wit. Soldo when playfully scolded a fellow officer he outran while casing a suspect.

Sgt. Oaks said at Beck’s funeral service that he made him a better supervisor by keeping him on his toes.

Without Beck and Soldo at work, Nicol said, the void was palpable.

“It was various. A little on edge,” Nicol stated. “Wishing to get back into it, wishing to do my job. Wanting to continue the defend Alyn and Igor, because I knew in my heart that there was no way that they would want us to quit and give up.”

He didn’t get much of a break. On Nicols’ second day back on the task, Oaks was involved in an officer-involved-shooting throughout a house invasion. After being back on patrol for simply a couple of days, Oaks was once again on leave.

With their sergeant out, Nicol stepped up. As one of the squad’s senior members he took on a leadership role as the rest of the team dripped back from leave, working as pseudo-therapist for his fellow officers.

“It gave me the opportunity to take a seat with them and talk about the issues they were having and exactly what was triggering their flashbacks and exactly what was affecting them,” Nicol stated.

But helping other officers had an unexpected effect on him.

“By me speaking to them, it assisted me get through it as well,” he said.

Lisa Hank, director of Metro’s Authorities Employee Assistance Program, or PEAP, stated Nicol’s determination to listen went a long way toward assisting other officers.

PEAP is committed to supplying support and psychological support to Metro staff members and their member of the family.

“In some cases you just require someone to talk with,” Hank stated. “When you have a peer that can comprehend exactly what you’ve seen and been through, and they can understand and relate, you feel more readily able to express how you’re feeling.”

How officers dealt with the ambush psychologically and emotionally differed commonly across the department, Hank said, including that she couldn’t go into specifics.

“There is no right or wrong method,” Hank said. “There is no too long or too short of a timespan to return to task.”

Nicol said he has constantly been taught to remain familiar with his environments, but after the killings, he ended up being practically paranoid.

“I believe I was going overboard,” Nicol said. “It was to the point that it was practically removing from my task due to the fact that I was too worried about everything that was around me.”

While that feeling decreased after a few weeks back on the job, certain things have actually stayed with him. Whether at work or with his family, Nicol said he will just sit at a table in a dining establishment when he can have his back versus a wall. He’ll wait as long as needed for a safe spot to become available, he said.

A handmade wooden plaque with the names of Soldo and Beck engraved into side-by-side crosses now sits alongside the instruction room door.

Beck and Soldo’s names are the last things officers see prior to they start their shift. That plaque, Nicol stated, is a day-to-day pointer to officers to stay safe and vigilant.

Contact reporter Colton Lochhead at [email protected]!.?.! or 702-383-4638. Find him on Twitter: @ColtonLochhead

‘Chipotle for pizza,’ juice bar, brand-new park open in Las Vegas

Trying to find somewhere brand-new to take the children to play or a regional pizza place you haven’t currently been to a thousand times?

You’re in luck. Here are a few new businesses opening in Las Vegas, consisting of a park and a “Chipotle for pizza,” to name a few.

Aventura Park

Aventura|2525 S. Via Firenze, Henderson

The growing community Inspirada invited its 3rd city of Henderson park, Aventura, on Saturday. The park will offer Inspirada’s more than 2,500 homeowners two heating swimming pools, basketball and volleyball courts and a canine park, among other functions. The park was developed by Inspirada Builders LLC, designed by AndersonBaron Landscape Architecture and developed by Martin-Harris Construction.

Blaze Pizza.

Scorching Pizza|10520 S. Eastern Ave., Henderson

Considered “the Chipotle of pizza,” California-based Blaze Pizza opened its first Nevada restaurant in the Las Vegas area on May 28. Guests order through an interactive assembly line where they can choose fresh ingredients to custom-make their own 11-inch pizzas, which are then baked in an open-flame oven. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James is an investor in the business, which likewise offers salads, s’more pies and craft beer.

Cafe 6

Cafe 6|4321 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas

The Palms Resort introduced Cafe 6 this month, serving visitors traditional American home cooking with a contemporary twist. Aside from familiar treats such as Salted Soft Shell Pretzels and Beer Battered Rock Shrimp, the cafe also offers unique meals like the Dr. Pepper Shroom hamburger and desserts like the Ice Cream Hamburger, which showcases a chocolate cream patty served on a brioche bun. Café 6 is open Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. for lunch and 5 to 10 p.m. for dinner.

Pas De Deux Children's Couture & Spa

Town Square will certainly end up being home to this French-inspired vintage clothes boutique Monday, showcasing a range of fashion-forward products and devices, such as bow ties and shoes, to style babies through tweens. While parents store, kids have the chance to enjoy indulging services and storytelling at the Oh So Fancy Medspa Parlor.

The Juice Standard in Henderson celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce May 28.

The Juice Standard|2530 St. Rose Parkway, Henderson

The healthy juice bar opened its Henderson area May 28. Showcasing menu items such as cold-pressed juices and juice cleanses, superfood healthy smoothies and acai bowls, The Juice Requirement intends to provide consumers a way to “make nutritious tasty,” through a range of tasty goods.