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The Strip isn’t the only place to cruise … but it made the list, too.

Five scenic Sunday drives

April 20th, 2017

The Strip isn’t the only place to cruise … but it made the list, too.

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    Vegas has plenty of great versions of your favorite savory snack.

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    From sweets to pizza to cheese fries, the suburban mallscape offers some tasty treats.

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    If you haven’t made these rounds, you don’t really know Vegas.

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    Whether it's Downtown or on the Strip, these watering holes will satisfy to start your night out.

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    Seven Magic Mountains isn’t the only must-see (or must-do) adventure.

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    Find these retail jewels from Buffalo Exchange to Dinosaurs & Roses.

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    The Strip is just the beginning of fantastic local photo ops.

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    From the Strip to Chinatown to Desert Shores, these sipping spots are worth a look.

  • A&E

    A driving range? A burger and beer garden on the Strip? Find these Vegas venues.

  • Dining

    French Crullers? Cookies and cream? Buttermilk bars? We got you.

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    Nothing against "Viva Las Vegas" or Brandon Flowers, but we kinda love these Vegas deep cuts.

  • Dining

    The Vegas beer scene is just getting better.

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    Just in time for winter, some soup spots to check out.

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    Satisfy your craving for all things psychedelic and retro.

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    From Portland-style brews to eclectic shops with vegetarian eats.

  • Dining

    Put down those bags and get yourself some ceviche.

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