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The Hottest New Outdoor Dining Spots in Las Vegas

The latest from Sin City, just in time for the weekend.


This here is Sin City Wrap, a weekly recap of notable Las Vegas goings on from Eater Vegas.

LAS VEGAS— The weather is heating up, but before it gets too hot in the Vegas desert, check out the hottest restaurants for outdoor dining.

WESTSIDE— Little Tony's is swinging open its Prohibition-themed doors today. The restaurant that comes by way of Tony Gemignani of Capo and Tony's in San Francisco sports red leather booths, gold-trimmed tables and a mahogany interior and bar inside Palace Station Hotel.

HENDERSON— Further Future, a music festival at the Moapa River Indian Reservation north of Las Vegas, is arriving May 1-3 with a pretty memorable dining experience. A pop-up dinner will be held on the cliffside, with dishes curated by way of Sam Marvin of Echo & Rig and Jolene Mannina's Relish. More info here.

LAS VEGAS— In-N-Out and Shake Shack are located only two miles apart in Sin City, which makes it the only place you can do a direct side-by-side comparison. Eater Vegas pitted everything from the burgers to the bathrooms against each other. Check it out here.

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