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Meet Luxor’s Big New Gastropub
PUBLIC SPECTACLE

Meet Luxor’s Big New Gastropub

This Sunday, your celebration of football continues. Inside this new 7,000-square-foot sports gastropub draped in American flags. Your basics needs—nachos topped with slow-roasted pork, 40 beers, bottomless mimosas—will be met. Your less basic needs: they have a guy for that, too.

Breakfast and Pre-Lunch Downtown
BREAKFAST CLUB

Breakfast and Pre-Lunch Downtown

There’s a time to enjoy the pomp and freedom of a super-buffet, and there’s a time to settle down for a nice meal at the kind of place that has its own herb garden. That time: fall/adulthood. This one, founded by a former P.J. Clarke’s chef, is only open from breakfast to brunch. If only there were some meal for in-between.

Daily beginning Sep 15, 7am-3pm, Eat, 707 Carson St (at 7th St), Downtown, 702-534-1515

Basically Every Sport, Made Bet-able
ARIA NATION

Basically Every Sport, Made Bet-able

The secret to successful sports betting: not playing games just because they’re on TV. But should that plan fail, some comfortable couches and 90 big screens (two of them measuring in at 220 inches) should do. Perhaps they’ll put on beach volleyball if you ask nicely.

A Nine-Station, 500-Item Buffet
BAC OF THE LINE

A Nine-Station, 500-Item Buffet

Eating demands tough choices: enchiladas or king crab. Sashimi or chicken and waffles. Unless you invent the world’s biggest Hot Pocket, you can’t sample them all. Unless a 25,000-square-foot buffet (the biggest in Vegas) called Bacchanal were to offer, say, 500 dinner items. Try not to fill up on bread.

From Now On, This Is How You Poker
VENETIAN BLINDS

From Now On, This Is How You Poker

Some reasons to play here, as opposed to any other poker room: 39 tables (you like to mingle); a twice-daily, rake-free happy hour; and people who go into town and deliver out-of-casino dinners to your table. Don’t get up.

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