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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
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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 #420 on: June 14, 2013, 01:20:22 AM »
Is the Thunder from Down Under still in Vegas?
Yes. Is that your cup of tea?  :)
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #421 on: June 14, 2013, 01:21:18 AM »
You're so far up Trump's a** you can see Giuliani's feet.  HT Baruch

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #422 on: June 14, 2013, 08:59:49 AM »
Yes. Is that your cup of tea?  :)
Was just offering an idea in case someone wanted more "hardcore" action (probably not relevant for almost everyone here). Don't think i would actually go to one of those shows, let alone spend money on one. 
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #423 on: June 26, 2013, 10:35:05 AM »
Here is my first TR. Hope you like it.
 
 
My wife and I took a Jetblue flight to Las Vegas from JFK at 6:27 AM on a Sunday morning. I do not have much to say about the flight because all Jetblue plains are basically the same from what I know. We landed at 9:30 AM PDT and took a shuttle straight to the National Car Rental center.  I was a little disapointed with the fact that the Emerald club had a very small selection of cars.  Their main rental area had a much larger selection of cars to choose from, but they did not let me choose from that lot. We decided to take a Chrysler 200 convertible, which was the nicest car in the lot, but it turned out to be a really bad car.  One issue we also had was that we couldn't take the top down because it was way too hot. We arrived at the Encore at about 11 AM and checked into our suite.  I tried upgrading my room, but they only were available for an extra $50 a night and not available until 3PM. Once we got settled in our room we went straight down to the pool for the remainder of the afternoon until about 4:30 PM. That night we went out to Jerusalem Grill, which I thought had very solid food. We ordered a chummus with shwarma platter, which I enjoyed, and for the entree I ordered a Chicken breast, which was okay. After dinner we went straight to the Mirage for the Cirque Du Soleil-LOVE show.  It did not contain as much acrobatics as their other shows, but it was visually and musically amazing - especially if you like the Beatles. Afterward when we got back to our hotel I played a little Poker and lost about $400 in approximately 2-3 hours  :(
 
Day 2.
We started off our day by picking up breakfast from Coffee bean in the Venetian.  I got a chocolate croissant, a muffin, a breakfast wrap and an iced coffee. After breakfast we went down to the pool until about 2-3 PM. We went to Panini Cafe that night which was ok. I ordered a spaghetti and my wife ordered a raviolli. Both dishes we enjoyed.
That night we didn't have any shows planned, so we walked the strip, checked out most of the hotels, and we went to the Bellagio fountains. I did not initially realize how long the strip actually was and was wiped when I got back to my hotel.
 
Day 3.
Mornings and afternoons throughout the trip were generally the same.  We once again had breakfast at Coffee Bean and then went to the pool until 2-3 PM.  We then went up to our room to shower and change and instead of going out to eat that night we ordered food from Jerusalem Grill to our hotel and ate in the room.  Afterward, we then went down to the casino and my wife lost $100 in Blackjack  :( . We then drove over to Caesar's Palace to watch a Celine Dion Performance.  If you are a fan of Celine Dion, this show was truly amazing! After the concert we drove back to our hotel and since it was our last night we decided to try our luck one more time at the Blackjack table (I don't usually gamble this much). We ended up winning back the $500 we lost in the first two days! 8) 
 
Day 4.
We started off the day by going to the pool for 2 hours until we had to go back to the room in order to pack and checkout. We had a flight leaving at 2:30 PM, but we went to the airport a little early to see if we can get a 1:15 PM flight on standby. While waiting at the airport to see if we can get on the early flight, I put $20 in a slot machine. As I was playing, I heard mine and my wife's name being called out so I had to cash out of the slot machine with a profit of $7!  We ended up getting on the earlier flight and officially left Vegas a winner.  :)
 
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #424 on: July 01, 2013, 01:00:42 PM »
Should I accept the rental insurance when going to vegas with a rental? I've heard there's lots of drunks that hit and run. Or would the United explorer card coverage be enough?

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #425 on: July 14, 2013, 11:34:13 AM »
What are my shabbos options?

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #426 on: July 14, 2013, 05:05:02 PM »
Your best bet for Shabbos in Vegas is to stock up Friday on everything you need at "Smiths Kosher Experience" at my last trip to LV I was pleasantly surprised to find this Kosher grocery shop which packs mostly anything you may need for a Shaboos meal, including a take-out section.

its around a 20 minute drive from the strip, located at 2211 N. Rampart Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89128 and you can call them at (702) 256-5200

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #427 on: July 15, 2013, 10:35:02 AM »
Fyi. There are 2 routes to get to the airport from the strip.. A uses local roads and is quicker, B uses the highway (and tunnel) and takes longer. Vegas cabs are known to take the longer/tunnel route in order to make a few extra dollars (This practice has become so common and is referred to as long-hauling.) Tell your driver "No tunnels, take the side streets/quick way"

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #428 on: July 15, 2013, 01:26:22 PM »
Fyi. There are 2 routes to get to the airport from the strip.. A uses local roads and is quicker, B uses the highway (and tunnel) and takes longer. Vegas cabs are known to take the longer/tunnel route in order to make a few extra dollars (This practice has become so common and is referred to as long-hauling.) Tell your driver "No tunnels, take the side streets/quick way"

A. are you kidding? the airport is almost walking distance from the strip... only via local roads, what highway are you talking about...

B. Taking cabs in LV is a big NO NO... Always rent a car in LV, so much cheaper then taking cabs and plenty of parking space is available at every single Hotel/Casino

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #429 on: July 15, 2013, 01:42:25 PM »
some hotels (new york new york) have pay for parking
the way back to the airport was free (shuttle)
but to the hotel from airport was $17 (car rental was $38)
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #430 on: July 15, 2013, 01:44:33 PM »
There are shuttle buses which you can take to your hotel from the airport for a very minimal fee.
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #431 on: July 15, 2013, 01:47:26 PM »
some hotels (new york new york) have pay for parking
the way back to the airport was free (shuttle)
but to the hotel from airport was $17 (car rental was $38)

New York New York offers complimentary self parking in their main parking garage, as well as Valet parking
and if you plan to move around the strip while you are there, you need a car... and using a cab will eat you up. My first time there I made the mistake of not renting a car, never again. car rentals are cheap and will save you big time

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #432 on: July 15, 2013, 02:10:47 PM »
New York New York offers complimentary self parking in their main parking garage, as well as Valet parking
and if you plan to move around the strip while you are there, you need a car... and using a cab will eat you up. My first time there I made the mistake of not renting a car, never again. car rentals are cheap and will save you big time
IMO, it depends what you plan on doing in Vegas if you need a car or not. If you are just going casino hopping, you do not need a car.
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #433 on: July 15, 2013, 02:14:21 PM »
Let's put it this way... no kosher restaurant is walking distance to anything at all, the closest would be Adar Kosher Pizza, and even casino hopping is no fun walking, the strip is long and can be quite exhausting

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #434 on: July 15, 2013, 02:18:43 PM »
Let's put it this way... no kosher restaurant is walking distance to anything at all, the closest would be Adar Kosher Pizza, and even casino hopping is no fun walking, the strip is long and can be quite exhausting
I agree on the food part, but you can get delivery. Trying to drive on the strip and see multiple casinos may take you a long time with traffic and parking at the hotels. IMO/E walking was not bad, but can understand the exhausting part, especially on a hot summer day.
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #435 on: July 15, 2013, 04:30:21 PM »
take the free tram
take the roller coaster ride
most hotels you can walk through indoors without going outside
you can only make a first impression ONCE

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #436 on: July 17, 2013, 06:40:08 PM »
Your best bet for Shabbos in Vegas is to stock up Friday on everything you need at "Smiths Kosher Experience" at my last trip to LV I was pleasantly surprised to find this Kosher grocery shop which packs mostly anything you may need for a Shaboos meal, including a take-out section.

its around a 20 minute drive from the strip, located at 2211 N. Rampart Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89128 and you can call them at (702) 256-5200
Ok thanks for the info I plan on staying in the la quinta hotel next door to the young israel shul. I will be traveling in from los angeles on thursday or Friday. should I just buy the food in la or wait till vegas?

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #437 on: July 17, 2013, 07:49:51 PM »
Ok thanks for the info I plan on staying in the la quinta hotel next door to the young israel shul. I will be traveling in from los angeles on thursday or Friday. should I just buy the food in la or wait till vegas?
why go to Vegas for shabbos?
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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #438 on: July 17, 2013, 10:14:02 PM »
Ok thanks for the info I plan on staying in the la quinta hotel next door to the young israel shul. I will be traveling in from los angeles on thursday or Friday. should I just buy the food in la or wait till vegas?

You're goin to love the rabbi there lol. He's a real piece

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Re: Las Vegas Master Thread
« Reply #439 on: July 18, 2013, 12:08:37 AM »
why go to Vegas for shabbos?
Need to be there Sunday morning. was planing on staying in LA for Shabbos. but I am traveling with wife and kids to crazy to drive over Motzai Shabbos.
cant wait to meet the rabbi! this him? http://www.youtube.com/yiaishlv
so I am better of getting food in Los Angeles?