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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)
http://www.chabadlv.org/templates/articlecco_cdo/aid/1578011/jewish/Chabad-Suites.htm

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   


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 #1050 on: August 08, 2017, 02:52:15 AM »
I went to Vegas as part of an RV trip about a year ago. Never wrote a TR, but better late than never to at least write down whatever I recall about the Vegas part of the trip.
I'm no experienced writer of TR's so please forgive me if my writing is not up to par, I'll do my best.

We were exploring National Parks in AZ and UT with an RV (thanks to @whYME for the RV deal).
There's no question that the most convenient and closest city to spend Shabbos if you want a minyan etc nearest to the absolutely spectacular (words cannot describe) national parks in that southwest region, Las Vegas is the only place that makes sense to go.

We stayed in one of the Chabad Suites in the central Chabad House in Vegas (Sheldon Adelson Building FWIW ;) .
Word is that they get booked very early, but bH they were available even though we booked last minute.
The convenience of being on the premises of a shul (and mikve etc) for Shabbos without the complexities of Shabbos at a hotel stuck with a baby far outweighed the amenities offered at a standard hotel. Especially considering $100 for the whole Shabbos is reasonable.
They let us park the RV in the back (though there is a huge parking lot in front), but was much more convenient near our room.
The rooms are huge, like weirdly huge, with unusually tall ceilings. It definitely was converted to be rooms and wasn't originally built as such.
But the beds were fine and that's what really matters. We requested a crib/pack'n play which they said they will arrange, but they never did. That's pretty much the only sour point.
It was very upsetting, but they don't seem to appreciate very young humans staying in their suites (my guess is that merchants attending shows in Vegas are their target clients).
This is one big room (perhaps it was a classroom at one point) but it includes a kitchen with microwave and I don't recall what else.
The kitchen didn't seem very well maintained but I didn't really care since I wasn't using it that heavily. Not surprisingly, the bathroom is huge as well (lol).
Was nice of them to have Shabbos candles in the room (another reason its better than staying at a hotel).

We ordered Shabbo food from Rafi's catering, which we later realized is interestingly actually cooked in the Chabad House kitchen FWIW.
Not sure why they never delivered the food (although I thought that's the whole point of their packages), but luckily they're located in the building so we were able to pick it up.
We did arrive quite close to Shabbos, so its good we happened to randomly choose them although we had no idea they're located in the same building
The food was warm and very fresh. Portions were quite generous and I highly recommend them, but with one caveat. You have to really enjoy Moroccan/Sephardic type spicy cooking.
When I originally saw their Shabbos menu it seems quite standard. Unfortunately nearly all the salads were inedible for me or my DW as it was way too Morrocan for our taste.
If you're like me and enjoy the classic Shabbos table foods served in Ashkenazic households, try somewhere else.
Fortunately there are many restaurants that offer Shabbos packages. I was actually quite amazed at the variety of packages, and also the very reasonable prices.

I should mention, we were invited (I assume all visitors are) to join for the Kiddush after Shacharis.
My take: Don't rely on this food for your meal, buy beforehand. 'Nuf said.

Sunday morning we met friends and went out to eat. At first we were going to go into Shwarma Vegas, but I was treated quite nastily so I left and we went to the neighboring Panini Cafe instead.
I don't recall everything I ordered, but IIRC overall their dishes other than pizza were very good. One thing I remember clearly: their Limonana drink was fantastic!

I find it amazing how Vegas has so many Kosher restaurants. Only problem is that they're nearly all middle-eastern style food (I leave you to guess why).
Didn't have a chance to check out any other restaurants, but was very impressed with the kosher Pas Yisrael bakery selection at Smiths. So if you want to buy some fresh baked goods while you're in Vegas, this is probably the place to go.

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1051 on: August 08, 2017, 11:21:49 AM »
Does Anise serve steak too?

Is there a nicer/better steakhouse in Vegas?

For a good steak, am I better in Anise or Jerusalem or a third option?
Id go with Anise.

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1052 on: August 08, 2017, 12:28:14 PM »
Id go with Anise.
I did. Last night.  And don't regret it. Food was very good and the service was excellent. Thanks

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1053 on: August 11, 2017, 12:44:56 AM »
KASHRUT ALERT LAS VEGAS  17 Av 5777 / August 9, 2017
Please be advised effective immediately, the kosher certification by
The Va'ad HaKashrus of Las Vegas of Panini Cafe, 2521 S. Fort Apache Road, Las Vegas 89117, has been revoked due to kashrus violations.
Rabbi Tzvi Bronchtain at 702-635-1656 or BenTzion Novack at 702-701-0770

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1054 on: August 11, 2017, 04:15:13 AM »
KASHRUT ALERT LAS VEGAS  17 Av 5777 / August 9, 2017
Please be advised effective immediately, the kosher certification by
The Va'ad HaKashrus of Las Vegas of Panini Cafe, 2521 S. Fort Apache Road, Las Vegas 89117, has been revoked due to kashrus violations.
Rabbi Tzvi Bronchtain at 702-635-1656 or BenTzion Novack at 702-701-0770

Wow that is a huge hit....place was amazing!

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1055 on: August 11, 2017, 06:06:30 AM »
KASHRUT ALERT LAS VEGAS  17 Av 5777 / August 9, 2017
Please be advised effective immediately, the kosher certification by
The Va'ad HaKashrus of Las Vegas of Panini Cafe, 2521 S. Fort Apache Road, Las Vegas 89117, has been revoked due to kashrus violations.
Rabbi Tzvi Bronchtain at 702-635-1656 or BenTzion Novack at 702-701-0770
was just there yesterday

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1056 on: August 11, 2017, 09:19:46 AM »
was just there yesterday

was it at least good? did you get the cheeseburger ?
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1057 on: August 11, 2017, 09:21:26 AM »
btw most of the restaurants in vegas have certificates for the kashrus that are expired.
this is because they dont pay the fees to the kashrus company, yet the rabbis still eat there.

i guess the place did something really wrong to go out of the way and say its no good
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1058 on: August 11, 2017, 09:22:48 AM »
was it at least good? did you get the cheeseburger ?
Actually. Wasn't impressed this time. Usually the food is amazing. This time it was mediocre at best.
Had I known, I would have definitely tried the cheeseburger :-)

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1059 on: August 15, 2017, 08:47:08 AM »
What other good dairy places are there?
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Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1060 on: August 15, 2017, 09:41:41 AM »
What other good dairy places are there?
Got to go to the huntridge pharmacy

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1061 on: August 15, 2017, 03:47:19 PM »
Silvercar or Hertz Prestige Collection for 2 day rental from LAS? Strictly from a convenience of pickup-dropoff standpoint, the rates I've gotten are almost identical.

Silvercar gets points for not having to stop to fill up. Any other factors? Do they pick you up from the terminal?

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1062 on: August 19, 2017, 11:13:54 PM »
Going on a last minute trip to Vegas tomorrow for my wife's birthday. Wanna stay somewhere grand without breaking the bank.

Found The Mirage and Caesar's Palace both available for about $225 total for the two nights we're there. Anyone have any recommendations for one or the other? Or any general ideas for a good last minute deal?

Of the two, I'm leaning towards The Mirage because I'm mLife Gold (from Hyatt).

Any specific recommendations for a suite upgrade? Does the twenty trick still work?

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1063 on: August 20, 2017, 03:54:35 PM »
Going on a last minute trip to Vegas tomorrow for my wife's birthday. Wanna stay somewhere grand without breaking the bank.

Found The Mirage and Caesar's Palace both available for about $225 total for the two nights we're there. Anyone have any recommendations for one or the other? Or any general ideas for a good last minute deal?

Of the two, I'm leaning towards The Mirage because I'm mLife Gold (from Hyatt).

Any specific recommendations for a suite upgrade? Does the twenty trick still work?

TIA

If you end up going with the Mirage, there is an amex offer for 50 off 250 at mgm properties. Also, they match Hyatt status in their loyalty program, MLIFE. Just a regular mlife account usually gets a pretty good booking discount if you click through on the offers section of their site.

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #1064 on: August 21, 2017, 03:37:26 AM »
Anyone ever stay at the AIRBNB of Susan Shapiro? (I assume she is frum as she mentioned shul to me)