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Off-the-Strip Vegas Destinations to Gamble On

If you prefer to sample the flavors of small family-owned businesses in historic neighborhoods where locals dine, then this is your culinary pick. Led by gourmet guides, the 2.5 hour walking tours appeal to a range of palates and encompass downtown Las Vegas (about 12 minutes from the Strip). Sally J. Clasen - AAA Highroads (November/December 2014)

A MOVING FEAST ON THE STREETS OF LAS VEGAS

Food tours are a really fun way to get a taste of a city in a short period of time, and provide a good introduction to local cuisine, so I definitely wanted to try one in Las Vegas, as this was my first time and I wanted to know more about locally-loved places that not only serve up delicious food, but also carefully fit into the Downtown Las Vegas’ remarkable story.

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10 AMAZING THINGS TO DO IN LAS VEGAS WHEN YOU’RE ON A BUDGET

First things first, Nevada is one huge state and there’s so much to see and do that you can easily spend a week or two exploring this state and still not have covered half of the sights – which is all the more reason to return! And let’s not forget how great weather usually is round these parts too. For this trip I spent three days exploring Las Vegas. Here are 10 sights you absolutely have to see when you visit Las Vegas…

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Vintage Vegas Food Tour

In celebration of Nevada's 150th birthday and Historic Preservation month, Nevada Humanities, in partnership with Vegas Valley Food Tours and the City of Las Vegas, has created the Vintage Vegas Food Tour.

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The Five Best Food Tours in Las Vegas - Hopper Blog

When in Las Vegas, eat and drink as the Las Vegans do – and not, thankfully, like how actual vegans do. Sometimes the best part of a city is away from its touristic epicenter, and the folks behind the Vegas Valley Food Tours are actively campaigning that this is the case. They take visitors downtown, through Historic Las Vegas. No steakhouse chains, no Food Network-famous names, just the local eateries and ethnic specialty restaurants found only in DTLV (Downtown Las Vegas). Trust the locals on this one – and the locals do not hang out on the Strip.
-- Jessica W. (Hopper)

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Vegas Valley Food Tours Brings the Hungry Masses

Vickie Wilson’s Vegas Valley Food Tours might just be the best thing that’s happened to the downtown Las Vegas restaurant scene in some time. Not only has she brought a number of tourists and locals Downtown to enjoy the great culinary offerings of our city core, she’s kept them coming back.

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