I love Mediterranean cuisine. Loosely defined as Lebanese, Greek, Turkish, Armenian, Moroccan, Israeli, and Persian (Iranian) cooking, Mediterranean cuisine is still relatively new to some American tastes, exploding in popularity only within the past 20 years or so. Now, different varieties of Mediterranean-themed restaurants can be found in most major cities, including Las Vegas.
Keen’s Steakhouse has been open since 1885. It’s the second-oldest steakhouse in New York City. I had the chance to dine there last week for the very first time. Joining me were several dear friends, some of whom I’ll tell you more about.
White Castle opened up it’s first fast food location on the Las Vegas Strip. No thanks. I’ll pass. Now, would you kindly point me in the direction of the closest In and Out Burger? All this talk of burgers is bringing out the animal in me.