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From Taste of the Nation to LuckyRice to Foodie Fest, get ready to get full this month.

Dining News & Notes: October means food festivals

September 29th, 2014

From Taste of the Nation to LuckyRice to Foodie Fest, get ready to get full this month.

  • The popular LA burger joint and the new Asian concept from José Andrés are the most approachable eateries at the new Strip casino.

  • The chef closed his landmark Fleur de Lys restaurant in San Francisco earlier this year.

  • The team behind the Dragon Grille food truck specializes in Hawaiian-style chicken tenders.

  • This year, pair your favorite French wine with duck foie gras crème brûlée with rhubarb meringue.

  • Border Grill is set to open its second Vegas location at the Forum Shops at Caesars in October.

  • This menu is interesting and affordable, worth a visit even if the cuisine can be a bit confusing.

  • It’s simplicity that ties everything together within this traditional Cuban sandwich.

  • "It wasn’t just a culinary event. The chefs really got caught up in it, all the elements involved and the sense of place and history ...

  • Also, there's a new farmers' market in town ... at Sam's Town.

  • “[El Bulli] wasn’t a restaurant,” Adrià said. It was a place to “look for the limits of food.”

  • What beer goes best with Roman pizza with spicy sporessata and smoked gouda? That would be Squatters Wee Peat Scottish Ale, of course.

  • The chef list for Sunday Supper includes Luciano Pellegrini and Jose Aleman of Marche Bacchus, Ming See Woo of Fu Asian Kitchen, Chris Palmeri of ...

  • Head to the Lakes for an unexpected experience and truly beautiful food.

  • Chef Steve Piamchuntar is ready to blow your mind with a flavor-packed selection of global tapas.

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