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WHEN: SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5th
WHERE: VANGUARD LOUNGE
516 Fremont St.
Downtown Las Vegas
10PM – LATE // 21 & OVER // FREE ADMISSION
DJ SETS BY:
QUARTERS & EIGHTHS
Lucio Morais and Yuri Chix are Database and have known each other, well, forever. Being childhood friends, they share just about everything, likes, dislikes, and even their favorite foods. Since the groups inception in 2005, Their notoriety has grown rapidly in Brazil, playing in some of the country’s biggest festivals, including performances with the Klaxons, Kanye West, MGMT, Junior Boys, Uffie, Feadz, Yuksek, The Glimmers and VHS or Beta, French Horn Rebellion, The Twelves and more! Today Database is one of the biggest electronic names in Brazil. With the recent release of their “New Disco” EP, out now on Kitsuné Records, they are currently touring North America on the Kitsuné Club Tour.
NEW DISCO – OUT NOW on KITSUNE
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The vegan community in Las Vegas is small compared to my native land of New York and our neighboring mega city Los Angeles but veganism is on the rise here! Each day my conviction grows deeper when I connect with likeminded people who see and feel this movement growing as well. It’s true we don’t have a vegan drive thru, lots of vegan restaurants and vegan singles speed dating (yet) but the opportunities I see here are breathe taking. I highlighted individuals and businesses who I feel are making moves to heat things up in Las Vegas. On your next trip here be sure to check out the growing vegan community. Feel the heat!
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Honda owes latfh.com for making this commercial even though it may have been with indirect intent. Also did this ever air on tv? seriously
This expensive lunch experience was extremely lacking for Silk Road’s overpriced and mediocre food, along with poor service. The first thing I heard when I went to the desk to ask to be seated was “You will have to take off your hat to walk through the restaurant”. This created an expectation in me that I would be getting comparable food to the snootiness right off the bat. The hamburgers we purchased for over $20 could be had at a million better places all over Las Vegas for half the cost. They gave us some hard French bread rolls that almost broke my teeth before the meal. The service was poor as well – not checking to see how the meal was after serving. Avoid this tourist trap and listen to a local scorned.
For those that have experienced the Golden Spoon; who happens to reside on the west coast; have experienced a cup or two of the exotic and originial flavors from this fo-yo joint. With the dieticians thumbs up on the soft serve plus many yummy flavors such like cake batter, Belgian chocolate and St. Nick’s Mint; I don’t mind going back a couple of times during the week. I highly suggest the peanut butter!!
For locations and a full listing of flavors click here.
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Drank is a new anti energy drink that is sure to “slow your roll” . Sipping on this purple syrup which is infused with melatonin, valerian root and rose hips will give it a sedating effect on the user. I can’t wait to try this at the Nightclub and Bar Convention Indiekrush will be at this upcoming week. Hopefully we can secure their sponsorship so you can try it for free at one of our Say What?! events.
-Jason Sturtsman3 comments
Kobe Beef Skewer Fillet With Wasabi
Raku, a Las Vegas Japanses restaurant, specializes in Yakitori and gourmet street food you would find in alot of restaurants in my travels in Tokyo and Osaka. The venue is small, only seating 30, and hard to find so make sure you mapquest it. You will not find California Rolls or anything you would traditionally expect from an Americanized Japanese restaurant, but a unique experience that is worth the money and time it takes to make the reservation.
5030 Spring Mountain Rd #2
Las Vegas, NV 89146
Mon-Sat. 6:00 p.m. – 3:00 a.m.
-Jason Sturtsman2 comments
photo: courtesy of Noodle Whore
Bun Bo Hue (Lemongrass-Flavored Beef Bone Soup with Noodles)
The name of Noodle Whore boldly tells you what to expect from this blog. One noodle fan decided to take it to the next level by going to all the noodle houses in Southern California and rate them. It features noodle dishes and other appetizers that your mouth shouldn’t miss out on. Even Anthony Bourdain approves! Live in the So Cal area or planning on visiting and want to eat some noodles? Go to the Noodle Whore site and click on the area you’ll be in and pick the restaurant you’ll want to experience. Happy Eating!
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