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For breakfast get to the Pepper Mill,it's at the end of the strip past Wynn, taxi driver will know , it's a Vegas institution. Walk back down the strip and just after Pepper Mill is Don Pablo cigars, they do rolling on site, not the best but worth a visit and spend $10 on a cigar , super friendly.

Don't forget to stop at Casino Royale on way back , cheapest beers and booze on the strip by miles.

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If you like classic Italian food and wine go to Ferraro's (largest selection of wine in Vegas). Mimo is a great chef and they treat you like family. Best Italian food in Vegas. It's near the Hard Rock so it's off the strip. Nutella filled crepes for dessert with an espresso and you're set.

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If you want a true old Las Vegas experience go downtown to the El Cortez Casino, have a steak at Flame then go in to the lounge where you can enjoy classic cocktails and Sinatra-like swooning while smoking a cigar.

If I'm not mistaken The Flame is closed. They're going to be putting a new restaurant in it's place though.

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Bring lots of money.

Sushi Roku is excellent.

The mojito at Casa Fuente is excellent. (pretty close to Sushi Roku, FYI)

Best secret is the happy hour at the top of stratosphere at Level 107. 2 for one martinis, and great pickies for apps. Nothing like two big ass martinis to get warmed up for a night on the strip.

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I always skip Casa Fuente. I find the chairs very uncomfortable, and drinks overpriced.

My favourite places in Vegas for cigars is the patio at Rhum Bar, and upstairs at Andres in Monte Carlo.

(I'll be there June 12-15 if anyone wants to meet up for cigars) :)

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I agree with rhum bar, your outside and lots of tv's to watch March Maddness. Pepper Mill is worth the trip and Joe's in the forum shops Ida great spot for steak. I've been to almost all the shows and Love Is by far my favorite and I'm not a huge Beatles fan as they were a bit before my time

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Only recommendation, if you happen to be down by the Wynn/Encore, stop in at Tacos El Gordo. It's a trashy little taqueria, and the lines can be ridiculous, but their tacos are outstanding, especially the adobada.

Tacos El Gordo is excellent. strip location is closed. 2nd location on East charleston but I don't go that way.

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Nobu at Hard Rock does a great Omakase and Bochu Sushi downtown's also highly rated. Best on the strip is Sushi Roku.

If you want a true old Las Vegas experience go downtown to the El Cortez Casino, have a steak at Flame then go in to the lounge where you can enjoy classic cocktails and Sinatra-like swooning while smoking a cigar. Apparently the smoking laws don't apply in that part of town.

There is a Nobu at Caesars Palace now and it's excellent. There is also katsuya at sls. The flame at el cortez is closed. they are opening up a new concept in its spot.

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For breakfast get to the Pepper Mill,it's at the end of the strip past Wynn, taxi driver will know , it's a Vegas institution. Walk back down the strip and just after Pepper Mill is Don Pablo cigars, they do rolling on site, not the best but worth a visit and spend $10 on a cigar , super friendly.

Don Pablo cigars is closed and the sticks weren't that good.

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Tacos El Gordo is excellent. strip location is closed. 2nd location on East charleston but I don't go that way.

Wow, that's awful news. I loved that place. Not sure I'd go clear over to the other one though. Looks like quite a haul. Hope they open a new one. That place had to be making money hand over fist, but I'm sure real estate even on that part of the strip has to be pricey. Wonder if they're gonna clean out some of those other lower-rent places and put in something nicer.

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Good walking shoes and lots of money. Not cheap even without the gambling. They do have a reasonable facsimile of most things though.

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You can smoke in all the Casinos. I usually pull up a seat at the center bar, pop a $20 in the video games and drink for free while I enjoy my cigar. Even make a little cash sometimes.

This for sure. It's pretty much what I do in Vegas these days (though I don't get there too often anymore).

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A ride-a-long with a pro driver in a NASCAR would be pretty fun too! Try here.

I've had friends do the first two and just had a blast. Their advice? Buy the most laps you can afford...this is no time to "cheap out."

Have a great time!

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I always skip Casa Fuente. I find the chairs very uncomfortable, and drinks overpriced.

My favourite places in Vegas for cigars is the patio at Rhum Bar, and upstairs at Andres in Monte Carlo.

(I'll be there June 12-15 if anyone wants to meet up for cigars) :)

The Rhum Bar is my favorite smoking spot on the strip...
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