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Meet the First Winery in Las Vegas

And Its First Great Jamaican Cocktail Concept, Too

By Hadley Tomicki

They Had You at Burgers and Small-Batch Whiskey
CROSSTOWN BEEF

They Had You at Burgers and Small-Batch Whiskey

Vegas just acquired its first location of Eureka! for those times when you're craving from-scratch bone marrow burgers and mac-and-cheese balls with beer sauce, alongside small-batch whiskey and Old Fashioneds. Otherwise known as "all the time."

Now open, Eureka!, 520 E Fremont St, Downtown, 702-570-3660

That Jamaican Bar With Incredible Cocktails You Were Looking For
ACKEE EXCHANGE

That Jamaican Bar With Incredible Cocktails You Were Looking For

Two major league bartenders just opened Jammyland, a tripped-out, Jamaican-skewed cocktail bar in the Arts District. Expect loud tunes and good snacks on a great patio with daiquiris and cocktails made with reduced stout. Along with 20 local beers and a growing certainty you'd never find this on the Strip.

Now open, Jammyland, 1121 S Main St, Downtown Arts District, 702-800-9098

Scott Conant's Pomodoro Strikes Summerlin
CRITICAL MASSO

Scott Conant's Pomodoro Strikes Summerlin

While you were off doing February things, Scott Conant was opening Masso Osteria, a charming place where his famous spaghetti pomodoro and other handmade pastas are served. But tonight, you think you'll do wood-fired clams casino with a lamb shank and a glass of Barolo. It's Thursday, after all.

Meet Sin City's First (Ok, Only) Winery
THE GRAPE INDOORS

Meet Sin City's First (Ok, Only) Winery

That's right. There's now a place where you can enjoy wine tasting experiences with friends. With a school next door that will help you make your own barrel of the stuff. Because some occasions are just too special for axe-throwing, Ferrari chases and strip clubs.

The Oscars on a Rooftop May Beat the Actual Oscars
PARK MATTER

The Oscars on a Rooftop May Beat the Actual Oscars

This Sunday, you'll walk the red carpet as paparazzi stalk you. You're not at the Oscars. You're at Beer Park, which is showing the Academy Awards across dozens of high-def TV sets. Every table also gets an envelope full of winners. If yours matches an actual winner, prizes will ensue.

Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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