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La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas RedRock/Summerlin 20 feet away from shul(in the same parking lot!) YI  AISH

chabad suites(only 3 available book early)
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KOSHER DINING
Adar Pizza
Dairy & Fish Restaurant
Cholov Yisroel
Kosher Supervision: Chabad
***CLOSED***

Hours: Sun - Thurs: 10am - call | Fri: 10am - 3pm | Saturday night 1 hr after Shabbos until....??

Phone: 702-385-0006
Address: 318 West Sahara Ave. Las Vegas, NV (just west of the strip)
Web: www.adarpizza.com   

Burnt Offerings
Fish & Meat Restaurant
Kosher supervision: OU

Hours: Sun - Thu: 4 - 11pm | Fri: 11am - 1:30pm

Phone: 702-848-2876
Address: 3909 W Sahara Ave Suite 10, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Web: www.burntofferings.com

Ace of Steaks - http://aceofsteakslv.com/. They have a persion menu but plenty of steak/ American options.
Haifa Restaurant
Meat Restaurant
Glatt Kosher- Chassidishe Shechita
Kosher Supervision: Chabad

Hours: Sun - Thurs: 11:30am - 9:30pm | Fri: 10am - 2pm | Sat: 6:30pm - 10:30pm

Phone: 702-940-8000
Address: 855 East Twain Ave. #101, Las Vegas, NV (corner of Twain & Swenson) - As of Oct 2014, they're in the process of moving & may be closed for a couple weeks - call ahead to be safe.
Web: www.haifarestaurant.com   


Jerusalem Grill
Mediterranean Cuisine Meat Restaurant
Chassidishe Shechita
Kosher Supervision:  Chabad

Hours: Sun - Thurs: 11 am -10 pm | Fri: 10am - Sundown

Phone: 702-341-5555
Address: 4825 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV (Flamingo & Decatur)
Web: www.jerusalemgrillvegas.com


Kosher Gourmet Restaurant & Bakery
Authentic Mediterranian Cuisine & Healthy Vegetarian Dishes.

Address: 3743 S. Las Vegas Blvd*                            Phone:(702)202-2674

 **Located at the Hawaiian Marketplace on the Strip

Panini Cafe

Dairy Restaurant 
Cholov Yisroel
Kosher Supervision: Chabad 

Hours: Sun - Thurs: 10am - 10pm | Fri: 10am - Sundown

Phone: 702-558-6555
Address: 2521 S. Fort Apache Rd. #100, Las Vegas, NV(Fort Apache & Sahara)
Web: www.paninicafelv.com   
http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=914.msg1787161#msg1787161
 

Sababa Grille & Restaurant
Meat Restaurant
Glatt Kosher - Chassidishe Shechita
Kosher Supervision: Chabad

Hours: Sun - Thurs: 10am - 9pm | Fri: 10am - 3pm

Phone: 702-547-5556
Address: 3220 South Durango Drive, Las Vegas, NV (N.E. corner of Desert Inn Durango)
Web: http://www.sababavegas.com/


Shawarma Vegas
Meat Restaurant
Glatt Kosher
Kosher Supervision: Chabad 

Hours: Sun - Fri: 9am - 9pm
 
Phone: 702-651-1818
Address: 2521 S. Fort Apache Rd, Las Vegas, NV (Sahara & Fort Apache) #102
Web: www.shawarmavegas.com



Nina's Cafe
Dairy Restaurant
Cholov Yisroel
Kosher Supervision: Chabad
***CLOSED***

Hours: 9 am - 9 pm
Phone: 702-659-7776
Address: 4825 W. Flamingo Rd. #9 Las Vegas, NV (Flamingo & Decatur)
Web:  www.ninascafelv.com   

Genesis Restaurant
Meat Restaurant
Kosher Supervision: Chabad
Address:4561 W Flamingo Rd Las Vegas, NV 89103 
Phone: 725-244-4034

Web: http://genesisrestaurantlv.com/



Anis Tapas & Grill
Meat Restaurant
Kosher Supervision: Chabad
Address:3100 S Durango Dr, Spring Valley, NV 89117
Phone: (702) 586-4088

www.anisetapas.com

               KOSHER CATERING
Rafi's Catering
Glatt kosher meals delivered to hotels for Shabbat and weekdays. To order food for Shabbos, you must call at least 24 hours in advance.
Kosher Supervision: Chabad

Phone: 702-348-8778

KOSHER SUPERMARKETS
Albertson's Market
This is a non-kosher grocery store in Las Vegas with an extensive Kosher section which includes fresh Kosher meat cut twice a week under the supervision of Chabad, Cholov Yisroel Milk and cheese, Pas Yisroel breads, Challahs and cakes.

Phone: 702-242-1138
Address: 2550 S. Fort Apache, Las Vegas, NV (at Sahara and Fort Apache)

Smith's Food and Drug Store
NEW IMPROVED SELECTION! This is a non-kosher grocery store with an extensive Kosher section which includes fresh Kosher meat cut daily, fresh bakery products including jelly donuts baked daily.  We have rotisserie chicken, deli meats, fresh salads, hot soups and a wonderful assortment of wines.  Cholov Yisroel Milk and cheese are also available.  All the breads, cakes and bakery items are pas Yisroel.  The supervision is under Chabad of Southern Nevada. 
 
Phone: 702-256-5200
Address: 2211 N. Rampart Blvd. Las Vegas, NV

 

KOSHER SERVICES
Car and Limousine Service
Kosher Services Las Vegas Car & Limousine Service across Las Vegas For all your Kosher needs!! Special service for Jewish clients seeking: Synagogues, Kosher supermarkets, Kosher restaurants and mikvah. We provide a personal and unique service that fits all our customers needs.

Phone: 702-460-9752
Web: www.kosherserviceslv.com  ---WEBSITE IS NOT WORKING AS OF TODAY 3/2/14

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #960 on: October 27, 2016, 07:44:04 PM »
only thing you'll get at Aria is a better view/higher floor, but that can be done with a simple smile/letting them know you're celebrating a special occasion.

Pas two trips have been at Aria but I prefer to play at Bellagio due to the auto shuffle (non-shoe) blackjack at Aria unless you play at the $100+ tables. Never stayed at Bellagio, though.
Thanks a lot for sharing your experiences

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #961 on: October 29, 2016, 09:36:22 PM »
which hotel is better.
Bellagio or four seasons?
also is there any other hotel that is recommended over both of those?
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #962 on: October 29, 2016, 10:43:30 PM »
which hotel is better.
Bellagio or four seasons?
also is there any other hotel that is recommended over both of those?
I recommend the aria over belagio.
The only thing the belagio offers is the looby imo, for which u can take the free shuttle train over.

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #963 on: October 29, 2016, 11:04:35 PM »
I recommend the aria over belagio.
The only thing the belagio offers is the looby imo, for which u can take the free shuttle train over.

Thanks
BUT what about the four Seasons?
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #964 on: November 01, 2016, 07:55:17 PM »
Thanks
BUT what about the four Seasons?

Anybody ??
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #965 on: November 02, 2016, 11:57:32 AM »
Thanks
BUT what about the four Seasons?

I was never in the four seasons. But i believe that the standard room & service in the four seasons would be better than in the Bellagio. I mean it's the four seasons. However most people who come to vegas want the casino, shows & LV glitz at their door. Four seasons is also at the end of the strip while Bellagio is at the center.
Bellagio does has a higher tier of rooms (forgot the name) that get private check in & elevators.

Bottom line, if you want a quiet retreat at night take the four seasons. If you want to be in the center of all action take Bellagio etc. also think about the size. Bellagio is huge. Can take more time to walk around

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #966 on: November 05, 2016, 08:47:10 PM »
Sorry if this has been asked-read about 15 pages and didn't see it...

Overall vibe-wise-can a frum couple avoid seeing stuff we wouldn't want to see? Some people make it seem as if there are crazy things that are just sitting on the street. Is it like billboards and stuff or is it worse?

I'd appreciate the feedback.

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #967 on: November 06, 2016, 11:43:55 AM »
Sorry if this has been asked-read about 15 pages and didn't see it...

Overall vibe-wise-can a frum couple avoid seeing stuff we wouldn't want to see? Some people make it seem as if there are crazy things that are just sitting on the street. Is it like billboards and stuff or is it worse?

I'd appreciate the feedback.

Thanks.
I found it no worse than Times Square. If you're comfortable walking around there, you'll be ok on The Strip
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #968 on: November 06, 2016, 12:13:58 PM »
Sorry if this has been asked-read about 15 pages and didn't see it...

Overall vibe-wise-can a frum couple avoid seeing stuff we wouldn't want to see? Some people make it seem as if there are crazy things that are just sitting on the street. Is it like billboards and stuff or is it worse?

I'd appreciate the feedback.

Thanks.
I doubt it
I found it no worse than Times Square. If you're comfortable walking around there, you'll be ok on The Strip
Have seen those trucks in times square?  Or ppl giving out business cards at every corner? Or the hotel having those packages ready for ...?

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #969 on: November 06, 2016, 02:31:37 PM »
have you seen the signs on top of the taxis in times Square?

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #970 on: November 06, 2016, 03:28:25 PM »
have you seen the signs on top of the taxis in times Square?
Yes.  Have you seen the vegas trucks. Which barely cover the privates?

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #971 on: November 08, 2016, 02:03:30 PM »
I'm not sure how answering about Times Square is an answer to the question about Vegas. There are some very nice neighborhoods in Vegas, but the strip area is definitely not "kosher". Yes, there are cards and magazines all over the place that are not appropriate. It's certainly not the place for kids from a frum environment. I've been there a number of times for business and admittedly checked out the casinos, but any kind of znius is definitely not there. No one said Times Square is any better but Vegas is more attractive. I hope this answers the question. Otherwise, sorry.
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #972 on: November 08, 2016, 02:18:48 PM »
I was never in the four seasons. But i believe that the standard room & service in the four seasons would be better than in the Bellagio. I mean it's the four seasons. However most people who come to vegas want the casino, shows & LV glitz at their door. Four seasons is also at the end of the strip while Bellagio is at the center.
Bellagio does has a higher tier of rooms (forgot the name) that get private check in & elevators.

Bottom line, if you want a quiet retreat at night take the four seasons. If you want to be in the center of all action take Bellagio etc. also think about the size. Bellagio is huge. Can take more time to walk around

Not sure what is driving these two options, but IMO the most luxurious experience in Las Vegas is the Tower Suites at either Wynn or Encore.

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #973 on: November 14, 2016, 05:21:40 PM »
Where and what to eat arriving tomorrow night after 8pm?

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« Reply #974 on: January 08, 2017, 03:07:20 PM »
Maybe someone can help me out. I have to visit my sister who had a stroke in Vegas. She's at a place called Advanced Healthcare, 5840 West Sunset Road - southwest vegas. I know there's a Wiki with the restaurants. Without having to type in each address into google maps, is there anyone out there that would know the closest restaurants, milchigs and fleishigs, to the area. Also, I'm going to try to get a flight to arrive on a Sunday evening and go back to NY on Tuesday. Should I just take Uber (is it as cheap as everyone is saying it is in Miami?). I have a free 1-5 Marriot. Is there one nearby? I need the Uber to go to my sister and to restaurants for food. I realize no one may know the area, but figured I'd try. Thanks in advance.
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