Who doesn’t want to know what’s made it on the Best of list in their city. Whether you’re a local or visiting Las Vegas it’s even more intriguing, especially when a Best of list highlights places only locals would really know about.
The Las Vegas Weekly released their Best of Las Vegas 2017 list and a great one it is.
Here are some highlights, categories and subcategories are per Las Vegas Weekly’s breakdown.
Check out the full list, do your homework and get out there.
Best Neighborhood Arrival
Andre’s Bistro, 6115 S. Fort Apache Road, 702-798-7151.
Reader’s Choice for Best Taco Shop
Best Instant Brunch
Lulu’s Bread and Breakfast, 6720 Sky Pointe Drive, 702-437-5858.
“This & That”
Best Free WiFi Work Spot
Makers & Finders, 1120 S. Main St. #110, 702-586-8255.
Best Local Boutique
Tatyana, 1412 S. Main St., 702-485-4999. (Downtown Las Vegas)
Best Local Hero
There are only so many legends who have come from our still-small town here in the desert, but even as it happens more and more, something tells us this tennis icon and philanthropic ace will forever be at the top of your list. agassifoundation.org.
Best Happy Hour
Best New Downtown Hangout
Rebar, 1225 S. Main St., 702-349-2283.
Best Local Brewery
Tenaya Creek, 831 W. Bonanza Road, 702-362-7335.
Psycho Fest, Las Vegas Weekly describes:
The heavy-rock bash made an auspicious Hard Rock Hotel debut in 2016, blending stoner-rock subgenres from metal to psych, and next month’s follow-up looks just as enticing, with Swans, King Diamond, The Brian Jonestown Massacre and many more set to join the party. vivapsycho.com.
Reader’s Choice, Best Music Venue
Brooklyn Bowl, 3545 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702-862-2695.
Best New Local Radio, Las Vegas Weekly
Rebel Radio Las Vegas Weekly describes:
This student-run FM radio station broadcasting from “the basement” of UNLV—91.5 HD2 on digital receivers and streaming live at therebelhd2.com—plays everything from hip-hop to shoegaze, with a good ear for what its local audience actually wants.
For more information, read the full Best of winners captured by the Las Vegas Weekly.