La Strega is a new Italian place in Summerlin - about 20 minutes from the Strip - and it’s worth a trip if you have some extra time in the city. They serve familiar-sounding food, but each dish on the menu has one or two unexpected ingredients that make this place stand out, like the stracci pasta with braised beef cheeks and sage, chicken milanese with grilled peaches, and anchovy crostini with preserved lemon. They also serve a similarly long and interesting brunch menu on Sundays from 10am-2:30pm.
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