Chef Natalie Young’s brunch spot has had a waiting list since it opened in 2012. It’s well worth it to enjoy Eat’s sweet and savory comfort creations.
Eat, 707 E. Carson Ave. Las Vegas, Nev. 89101
The late and beloved chef Kerry Simon’s neighborhood joint, in the historical John E. Carson Hotel, serves up comfortable yet refined American fare.
Carson Kitchen, 124 S. Sixth St., Ste. 100. Las Vegas, Nev. 89101
Felipe Pantone mural
The Life is Beautiful festival has given Las Vegas an ongoing series of murals by world-renowned names. The brilliant Argentine-Spanish graffiti muralist Felipe Pantone’s retro-inspired piece is one such blessing, converting a previously dilapidated building into beautiful public art.
Felipe Pantone mural, S 7th St, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Once a battered but popular dive, the Bunkhouse Saloon has been renovated with an outdoor lounge and improved performance space that’s hosted Bob Mould, Better Oblivion Community Center, Laura Jane Grace and even, by surprise, the Killers.
Bunkhouse Saloon, 124 S. 11th St. Las Vegas, Nev. 89101
11th Street Records
This vinyl-only record shop offers new favorites and rare finds, plus a top-notch recording studio in the back.
11th Street Records, 1023 Fremont St. Las Vegas, Nev. 89101
This place is proud to be Las Vegas’s oldest free-standing bar and home to one of the city’s best back patios, a healthy craft beer selection and subtle nuclear motif.
Atomic Liquors, 917 Fremont St. Las Vegas, Nev. 89101
The Writer’s Block
This bookshop is a gem of Las Vegas’s literary community. The Writer’s Block recently reopened as an upgraded space inside the arts collective Lucy, with a coffee shop, gathering lounge and larger collection than ever.
The Writer’s Block, 519 S. Sixth St. Ste. 100. Las Vegas, Nev. 89101