The Weekly 5

Mount Charleston, a pumpking patch, Floyd Lamb Park and more.

Five places you’ll see autumn actually happening

September 21st, 2017

Mount Charleston, a pumpking patch, Floyd Lamb Park and more.

  • A&E

    Brooklyn Bowl, Beerhaus and, of course, Hofbräuhaus.

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    Dancing, jumping, cycling and, yep, walking all over the Strip.

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    Burgers, french toast and, of course, dessert.

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    Simply Pure, Violette’s Vegan and more.

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    From an aquarium to the Atomic Testing Museum.

  • A&E

    Chada Street, Cleo, Mint and more

  • A&E

    HT, Frankie’s, Champagne’s and more.

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    From Strip steakhouses to neighborhood bars and barbecue joints, these tiny sandwich options truly satisfy.

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    Glowzone, King Putt, Fast Lap …

  • A&E

    Honey toast, bananas foster and sticky toffee pudding.

  • A&E

    From Legos to Leica cameras, you know where to go.

  • Dining

    From Buldogis to Cheffini’s, with stops along the way.

  • A&E

    Free for locals—or damn close to it.

  • A&E

    The Double Down, the Peppermill, Huntridge Tavern and more.

  • A&E

    Our list’s piled high with eggs, bacon, cheese and pastrami.

  • A&E

    Plus, grass-fed beef, farm-range eggs and honey made by bees on the premises.

  • A&E

    Beer Park, SLS … and don’t forget it’s also First Friday.

  • A&E

    Think your stomach can take on all five?

  • A&E

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