Why visit Salud? Because commitment, quality, value, and friendliness should be rewarded.
Salud Mexican Bistro and Tequileria is a new restaurant on West Sahara near the Cimmaron intersection located halfway between Buffalo and Durango. Longtime Las Vegas locals might remember this storefront as the spot where Rosemary’s restaurant used to be, which sadly shuttered its doors about ten years ago.
I have four words to say to the nice folks at Salud: Welcome to the neighborhood.
Taste is subjective.
Especially when it comes to food and eating out.
If I ever get elected to anything important, and there’s no chance of me ever getting elected to anything important, my downfall won’t be because of sex or money — it will be due to my addiction to Reuben sandwiches.
And steak. And pizza. And lasagna. And just about anything else containing the culinary holy trinity of sugar, salt, and fat.
I do love my comfort food.
Dining out on the Las Vegas Strip used to be a common experience. This isn’t so true anymore, especially since “celebrity chefs” crashed the restaurant scene, jacked up prices to ridiculous heights, and casinos started charging for parking. Now, most Las Vegas locals like myself avoid driving to The Strip at all costs. It isn’t worth the time, the hassle, or the price when so many more alluring options and better values exist much closer to home.
Roma Deli has been a centerpiece for traditional Italian food for as long as I’ve lived in Las Vegas.