Casa Di Amore doesn’t look like much from the outside, but the inside looks like an old-school hang-out from a mob movie.
When paired with some great wine, Italian food never disappoints. In Las Vegas, these are the top Italian restaurants to explore:
This classy independent coffee shop focuses just as much on the food as the coffee.
Sit and stay or use the drive-thru for a quick pick me up at The MadHouse Coffee
Fly Pie is a new drive-thru pizzeria in Henderson.
The Bank Cocktail Bar is a new addition to Gambit restaurant in Henderson.
Jammin On Tie Dye Studio in downtown Vegas makes and sells all things tie-dye.
This beach-themed local coffee shop just celebrated its first year of business.
Good Pie Pizza Bar downtown on Main Street makes outrageous, decadent pizzas and other handheld creations like Chicken Parm-stuffed pizza slices.
Nightmare Toys is the best horror shop in Vegas and it’s open all year long!
Look for the neon green mythical creature on Fremont Street that marks the entrance to a medieval dungeon.
Live like a Las Vegas local and eat at these delicious restaurants off the beaten path
Braeswood Tex-Mex-BBQ brings authentic BBQ with some twists to Downtown Las Vegas.
The Smashed Pig Gastropub in Downtown Las Vegas serves meals, snacks, and creative cocktails.
This is your guide to brewery hopping in Downtown Las Vegas.