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6 things you’ll want to eat at Life Is Beautiful

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Behold: Wa Da Pho’s rich, beefy Pho-licious Q sandwich.
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Pork or chicken satay with peanut sauce and cucumber salad from Le Thai. Downtown’s beloved Thai joint is sorta the home team for this thing, and it’s keeping it simple with street food.

Warm beignets with dark chocolate and honey caramel dipping sauces from Chocolate & Spice. Megan Romano knows what we like and she’s bringing lots of it.

Moon’N Doggie from RM Seafood. Rick Moonen’s signature seafood hot dog is the prototypical modern festival food.

Fried Oreo zeppoles from Lavo. You’re in Downtown Las Vegas, so you should be familiar with deep-fried Oreo cookies. Lavo’s sweet treat is simply better.

Korean tacos from Yellowtail and Kumi. Chef Akira Back is seizing the opportunity to use his native flavors in a fun way.

Pho-licious Q sandwich from Wa Da Pho. One of our favorite new sandwiches will be readily available from one of our favorite new food trucks.

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  • The Polish dumplings might be ubiquitous in my hometown of Chicago, but fresh ones are rare finds in the desert.

  • In a city of infinite toppings and flavor combinations, I find myself craving simple and classic.

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