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A Husic Vineyards Wine Pairing Dinner
PAIRED OFF

A Husic Vineyards Wine Pairing Dinner

If you measure decadence in butter and truffles, then this four-course Jean Georges dinner tops out at an 8.3/10. There’ll be butter-poached king crab with truffle brioche toast, peppercorn steak with a bone marrow fritter and something called a Study in Gouda—the most riveting cheese of them all.

The New Villas at Mirage
VILLA-NOUS

The New Villas at Mirage

The next time you’re in the market for extravagant lodging in this town (and have nearly worn through the carpet of your go-to penthouse suite), revisit the spruced-up villas at Mirage. They’ve got the same sex appeal—backyard putting green included—but now seem to better reflect the volcano out front.

A Bottomless Brunch for Football Season
DAY GAMING

A Bottomless Brunch for Football Season

Rolling out of bed (or tearing yourself away from the tables) to watch a 10am kickoff is tough enough, so start (or continue) the day with RM Seafood’s clutch all-you-can-eat brunch. Our advice: try the Moon ’n Doggie. Because it sounds like something Ochocinco would enjoy.

35 Steaks + Martinis
BIG BEEF

35 Steaks + Martinis

When it comes to steak and cocktail places, you’re not exactly starved for choice. What you are starved for: a 35-ounce long-bone rib eye tomahawk chop, Colorado lamb chops, and salt and vinegar fries, washed down with an extra-dry martini (or two), up. It’s best to keep these things simple.

Walk-Up Betting at Lucky’s
STANDING ROOM

Walk-Up Betting at Lucky’s

Picture it: you’re rushing back from the south Strip (hey, you never know), a little pressed for time, and really need to bet on the Chargers game. In sight: Lucky’s new walk-up betting window, for all your over/under wagering needs. Never underestimate the psychological power of convenience.

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