Best Las Vegas Spots For A Guys' Night Out

Best Las Vegas Spots For A Guys' Night Out

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From mowing down on a steak to chugging a carefully crafted cocktail, here are the best places for a guys' night out in Las Vegas.

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    Everything is good but the italian hero is fantastic and my usual go-to. Make sure you grab a black cherry cola as well. -- Jack Daniel Jenkins via Foursquare
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    its pricey per ticket.- worth the wristband for the kids- they can run the gamut a few times over (on a quiet day )here in an hour tops. Take advantage of free refills the drinks are just as pricey -- AtomicApril via Foursquare
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    For a taste of vanishing Vegas, you can't beat this steakhouse (circa 1958) where an order of Caesar salad, New York strip, and multiple Martinis would make Sinatra proud. -- Bon Appetit Magazine via Foursquare
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    Dissapointed, expensive & underwhelming... Food just ok, good service but they forgot our sides ?!?! Ţry the Xingu dark beer.. amazing. Desserts mediocre... Just ok. -- Belina Anchondo via Foursquare
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    Ok so I was wrong-you can boil pork ribs and make 'em fantastic! Brisket was melt in your mouth slammin. Not overly smoked. Ribs had good layered flavors throughout. Sauce is a little sweet but good. -- Bobby G via Foursquare
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    Tasty! I had the half- rack of pork ribs. The sauce was sticky and sweet. Next time I'll ask for them dry and try the various sauces on the table. Yes, there'll definitely be a next time! -- JP via Foursquare
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    Nice n quiet small place. I like it. I like the Ronin burger. I want to try the rest of the burgers on the menu ...next time i visit. -- Toni Rabini via Foursquare
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    A swanky speakeasy featuring cocktails like the Downtown Jackie Brown, a mix of rum and tequila that blends tart and sweet or the Rhubarb Refresher, taking advantage of the tart veggie mixed with gin. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    If you stay at the Stratosphere you can use your room key to access the observation deck for free. Access to the observation deck is typically $15.99 a person - definitely worth checking out for free! -- Denise Allen via Foursquare
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    Try the Blue Moon Spring Beer Shake - Soft serve whipped with Blue Moon Belgian White beer, Cointreau Orange Liqueur and orange juice. Dreamsicle! -- Rob S. via Foursquare
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    This bar and steakhouse combines a mobster-cum-speakeasy ethos that makes for a good place to nab a classic cocktail. Try the Blood & Sand or a Sazerac, which is 50% off during happy hour. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Don't park in the adjacent parking lot close to last call... no warning that it gets locked up or a phone number included on the towing warning. Park on the street and risk a break-in instead. -- Stanley Kan via Foursquare
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