Skip Nav
Valentine's Day
3 Tips That Will Transform the Way You Make Chocolate-Covered Strawberries
Food News
The Cinnamon Roll Doughnut Just One-Upped the Cronut
Fast and Easy
10 Super Quick Breakfasts You Can Whip Up at the Office

Eva Longoria to Expand Beso Empire

Desperate Housewives star and budding restaurateur Eva Longria has announced her plan to open a second Beso restaurant. This time her sights are set on Las Vegas.

The actress (who partnered with chef Todd English to open the VIP hot spot, Beso, in Los Angeles last March) has been spotted spending quality time at Caesar's Palace. The Vegas branch of Beso would be more of a loungey nightclub with small bites from English's Mexican-fusion menu.

I have yet to dine at Beso, but I find the Vegas expansion interesting. Could more Besos be on the horizon? Also, I enjoy seeing a celebrity's take on the restaurant industry.
What do you think of celebrity-owned restaurants?

Source

Around The Web
Eva Longoria Behind the Scenes at Lip Sync Battle 2016
Eva Longoria and Reese Witherspoon in LA February 2016
Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria in LA Pictures
Jennifer Lopez at iHeartRadio Music Festival in Vegas 2015
Friends Make Billboard of Genital Warts Cream in Vegas
Eva Longoria Performs "Low" on Lip Sync Battle February 2016
Las Vegas Attractions For Kids

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
suziryder suziryder 7 years
I don't care. I wouldn't go to a restaurant just because some celeb owns it.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
see this is when resauranteurs get into trouble. the place hasn't been open for a year yet and she's talking about another one. that's just not necessarily the smartest thing to do. restaurants are fads - and i think that she could walk in to a land mine there - by opening something new - in vegas no less, for there to be so much competition that she'll lose money. oh well - it's her money and todd's name - so they will both take the fall if there's not success right?
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
see this is when resauranteurs get into trouble. the place hasn't been open for a year yet and she's talking about another one. that's just not necessarily the smartest thing to do. restaurants are fads - and i think that she could walk in to a land mine there - by opening something new - in vegas no less, for there to be so much competition that she'll lose money. oh well - it's her money and todd's name - so they will both take the fall if there's not success right?
Jude-C Jude-C 7 years
I'm more attracted by the restaurants of celebrity chefs. :)
Jude-C Jude-C 7 years
I'm more attracted by the restaurants of celebrity <b>chefs</b>. :)
mlen mlen 7 years
i agree with you guys! i'm not against celebs owning restaurants- i'm against them owning ones that are so hyped up and then they don't have good food! i'm trying to think of a decent one and i can't off the top of my head...
Jude-C Jude-C 7 years
I've even heard plenty of not-rave reviews about Tribeca (DeNiro, right?). As well as expected poor reviews of Justin Timberlake's place.Ha! I'd almost managed to forget Fashion Cafe!And what about Planet Hollywood?
Jude-C Jude-C 7 years
I've even heard plenty of not-rave reviews about Tribeca (DeNiro, right?). As well as expected poor reviews of Justin Timberlake's place. Ha! I'd almost managed to forget Fashion Cafe! And what about Planet Hollywood?
Food Food 7 years
Agreed Jude C. Cases in point: Fashion Café in the '90s, Britney's Nyla, and, most recently, Madre's (Jennifer Lopez's resto). I think a celebrity's yet to create a restaurant that has garnered the respect of the food press.
Jude-C Jude-C 7 years
Judging from most reviews I've read of celebrity restaurants, they tend to range from mediocre to horrible. I haven't heard much about the food at Beso, though.
Latest Food
X