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Booze Issue 2013

James Bond has his martini. I have barside indecision.

In search of a liquid soulmate

October 10th, 2013

James Bond has his martini. I have barside indecision.

  • FeaturedBooze Issue 2013

    Drink better: Still ordering a whiskey and coke? Vodka-cranberry? We tapped a master mixologist for some tasty upgrades.

  • Booze Issue 2013Featured

    It’s just like "Interview with the Vampire" except with less Brad Pitt and more parrots.

  • Booze Issue 2013Featured

    Inside Vegas’ cocktail laboratories, dessert comes alcohol-infused, and bubbles are a welcome by-product.

  • Booze Issue 2013Featured

    It's hard picking just three, but life is hard sometimes.

  • FeaturedBooze Issue 2013

    With liquid nitrogen, skull glasses and more, celebrity chef Rick Moonen's Rx Boiler Room gets creative with the boozy details.

  • Booze Issue 2013Featured

    Have you ever tried mead? Yeah, that's what we thought.

  • Booze Issue 2013Featured

    A new local chapter of the international organization held its first meeting in August.

  • Booze Issue 2013Featured

    Atomic Liquors’ Pub Church offers an alternative to the Sunday norm.

  • Booze Issue 2013

    In just two shorts years, his collection has grown to more than 30 bottles.

  • Joe Downtown

    Downtown Project made them an offer they couldn’t refuse. Sitting at his usual bar stool Thursday night in the bar at 917 Fremont St., co-owner ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentVegasDeluxe

    MGM Resorts International and Live Nation announced this morning their new music festival: Route 91 Harvest. Originally known as Route 91, the three-day country music ...

  • As We See It

    Read the directions completely before beginning assembly. Seriously.

  • News

    Finding things to do in Las Vegas when you're not quite 21 can be daunting. You’re too old to gamble for stuffed animals at Circus ...

  • Best of Vegas 2014Featured

    From potato knishes to public art, more than 130 awards for the best of everything in the Valley.

  • Chef Talk

    The new Downtown hot spot's menu was a collective effort among Andrews, Kerry Simon and Cory Harwell.

  • Music

    Plus the Violent Femmes and Train—on the same bill.

  • Music

    Little Dragon, Baauer, Kimbra among latest batch of LIB names.

  • Reviews

    India Palace's big menu, deep flavors and friendly service make it a contender for the city's best Indian restaurant.

  • Dining

    Not since the Cosmopolitan has a Strip arrival brought a stable of high-profile restaurants like what SLS promises.

  • A&E

    When Maren Wade gets to play the showgirl inside the cake, it's not quite the sweet experience she expects.

  • As We See It

    Profits and popularity are often at odds on the Las Vegas Strip.

  • Music

    Although the two bands played for almost the same amount of time, NIN came off like the main attraction.

  • Dining

    The old-school snack is back, at least for a little while.

  • Lifestyle

    Who says uniforms have to be blah? Bell Uniform Design kicks up hospitality wear with current fashion.

  • Nightlife

    For the record, calling women "whales" and "hippos" is not corporate policy.

  • News & Notes

    Also, the future of Vegas Nocturne at Rose. Rabbit. Lie.