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Hancock's eatery is located in the Westgate Resort and offers a variety of pastas, flatbreads, charcuterie, and more

Hancock's menu features family-style Italian fare in a lively, Tuscan-themed setting on the Vegas Strip.

We were pleasantly surprised when we — for the first time — stepped into Fresco Italiano in Las Vegas to meet chef Justin Hancock and explore his restaurant’s offerings. From what we saw and tasted, we recommend starting with the house-made charcuterie plate which features fresh burrata and a wide variety of imported, savory meat choices.

We highly suggest trying one of Fresco Italiano’s flatbreads, which are made with imported Italian flour and arrive fresh from the pizza oven. The house specialty marinara is crafted from an old family recipe and definitely worth a taste. For the vegetable-lover, the rich eggplant parmesan has a plethora of creamy cheese, and when in combination with the marinara, creates a delicious marriage of flavors you won’t want to miss out on.

In addition, carnivores can’t go wrong with a perfectly prepared bone-in-veal Marsala served on a bed of homemade angel hair pasta. On the other hand, if you desire a treat from the sea, the Gamberetto Shrimp Fra Diavolo with a large langoustine is a classic that will not disappoint. All in all, the most unique dish we ate was chef Hancock’s Porcini risotto that incorporated 15 mushroom varietals; this is a dish that will be remembered for quite some time.

Keep an eye on this young chef at Fresco Italiano as he brings his creativity to each section of his menu, from meat and seafood to pasta and risotto. This Italian establishment is sure to satisfy your cravings as well as your wallet.

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  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


  • Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital with severe stomach pain
  • Doctors were stunned to see the vast amount of objects in their x-rays
  • Mr Thakur is reported to have a mental health problem of some kind

Published: 11:34 BST, 17 July 2019 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 17 July 2019

Doctors have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of an Indian man.

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain.

His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would 'grab anything and eat it', leading them to conduct x-rays.

They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur's stomach.

Two days later, doctors extracted all the objects in an operation and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.

Doctors in India have removed 33 objects, including razors and knives, from the stomach of a man. Pictured, the objects lined up

Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital on July 14 after he complained of severe stomach pain. Two days later, doctors extracted all the items and Mr Thakur, picutred after surgery, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help

Doctors treated Mr Thakur at MPN Khare Surgical and Maternity Nursing Home in the city of Chhatarpur, about 370miles (600km) south of New Delhi.

Mr Thakur's doctors said it's likely he suffers with acuphagia, a disorder in which people eat sharp or metal objects and other items they can't digest.

Acuphagia is a category of pica, an eating disorder whereby the person cannot help eating non-food items such as dirt, talcum powder or paint.


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