The other Vegas: Where to eat, drink and read books with rabbits

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Almost 40 million people visited Las Vegas in 2014, strolling the city’s iconic main drag, staring up at the spectacle of light and steel, maybe snapping a photo with Iron Man while the Bellagio fountains erupt to the tune of “Viva Las Vegas.”

This is the Vegas that so many know — land of super-sized cocktails and velvet ropes, slot machines and shuffling masses, elegant dinners and eye-popping performances. This is also the Vegas that sends you home hungover and smiling, shaking your head in a mixture of nostalgia and regret

But four miles north there’s another Vegas. A grittier, realer neighborhood-in-progress where you’ll find brilliant bars, engaging museums and restaurants where you’re more likely to pull up a chair next to locals than a bachelorette from Ohio. Read more…

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