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Why Not Let Las Vegas Do Thanks Giving Dinner This Year?

Don’t let this be just another Thanksgiving and another over-cooked turkey dinner that leaves you with a refrigerator full of leftovers that may not all get eaten. Why not let Las Vegas cook Thanksgiving dinner for you this year? Lucky for you, we’ve got the 4-1-1 on the best places to enjoy a festive dinner. […]

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Top 5 Fast Food Joints In Las Vegas

When you’re visiting Las Vegas and want to grab a quick bite to eat, ignore all the nationwide fast-food chains for some higher quality fast food. Whether it’s barbecue, burgers, hot dogs, Mexican, or pizza, the 5 restaurants listed below are the top 5 fast food joints in Las Vegas. While they may take a […]

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5 Best Las Vegas Halloween Nightspots

If you’re looking for fun and excitement, Las Vegas is a great place to live or visit. But it’s even better on certain holidays, including Halloween. Halloween night is a lot of fun and a great place to watch people walking around half drunk in costumes. This year, if you want to party with the […]

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5 Best Downtown Las Vegas Restaurants For A Meal After A Night of Drinking And Gambling

After a night of gambling and partying in Downtown Las Vegas, you and your friends are bound to be craving something to eat before returning to your hotel room. With a lot of activity in Las Vegas, there is never a dull moment. When all that carousing has your appetite in overdrive, here are 5 […]

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The 3 Stages of An Epic Downtown Las Vegas Pub Crawl

No visit to Downtown Las Vegas would be complete without a good old fashioned pub crawl. Whether you want to enjoy an ice-cold beer at a sports bar or a tasty cocktail at a quiet lounge, Downtown Las Vegas has some of the most outstanding bars in the city. If you have been looking for […]

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Exploring The Arts In Downtown Las Vegas

The appeal and diversity of Downtown Las Vegas is nothing short of legendary. It’s an art and culture hub, a food and beverage mecca, a living tribute to the Las Vegas of yesteryear, and much, much more. To put it in the simplest of terms, it has something for just about everyone. Indeed, you don’t […]

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A Brief History of Downtown Las Vegas And Fremont Street

Las Vegas came into being in 1902 when Senator William Clark bought an 1,800-acre ranch to make this spot a train stop on the rail line he was building at the time. Prior to the founding of Las Vegas in 1905, Fremont Street was the main travel route because of its proximity to the city’s […]

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3 Unique Downtown Las Vegas Walking Tours

For those of you who only hang out on The Strip when visiting Las Vegas, you’d be amazed at the many fascinating things there are to experience by venturing into the historical downtown area. Since you’d normally be traveling on foot while staying on The Strip, why not focus your walking efforts on one of […]

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6 Ghost Town Day Trips To Take From Downtown Las Vegas

Here’s an interesting bit of trivia for you. Did you know that the state of Nevada has more ghost towns than towns that are populated? And luckily for Las Vegas visitors, some of those are located within a short drive from the city. The next time you want to take a frighteningly good day trip, […]

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6 Best New Las Vegas Restaurants

If you want proof that parts of the US have been recovering from the pandemic, look no further than Las Vegas. Just look at the number of new restaurants that opened up in the city during 2021. From Chinatown to downtown to The Strip, the restaurant scene in Las Vegas is booming again. The following […]

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5 Best Places To Spend Happy Hour In Downtown Las Vegas

It goes without saying that the best and happiest happy hours are found in Las Vegas. You can have great food and the tastiest beverages during an enjoyable happy hour. Best of all, you get the most for your money and might even have a bit left over to spend on the slots or at […]

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3 Reasons To Visit Container Park In Downtown Las Vegas

With a giant praying mantis that shoots flames from its antennae, you might think you were just transported into the midst of a horror flick when you visit Container Park in downtown Las Vegas. As the name implies, this shopping district was constructed entirely out of old shipping containers like the ones you’ve seen on […]

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