12 Must-Do Experiences in Las Vegas
There are hundreds of things to see, attractions to enjoy, and places to eat in Las Vegas, but there are some must-do experiences that every traveler must have when they visit. This Las Vegas bucket list includes entertainment, restaurants, spas, and shops that can only be experienced in a uniquely Las Vegas way. For those who are visiting Las Vegas for the first time, and for those who are returning again, add these must-do experiences to your list.

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Coffee Art at Sambalatte

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For their morning cup of joe, many locals living and working on the west side of the city head to Sambalatte, a locally owned coffee shop with an extensive caffeine-fueled menu and a laid back vibe. It's common to find local runners and cyclists catching up with each other after their morning workouts, college students and writers plugged in and working diligently on papers, and folks dressed in business clothes having meetings, all within a few tables of each other.

In addition to coffee (often adorned with lovely foam art), Sambalatte offers sandwiches, quiches and pastries to hungry patrons. Musicians perform for guests in the evening.

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For their morning cup of joe, many locals living and working on the west side of the city head to Sambalatte, a locally owned coffee shop with an extensive caffeine-fueled menu and a laid back vibe. It's common to find local runners and cyclists catching up with each other after their morning workouts, college students and writers plugged in and working...

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For their morning cup of joe, many locals living and working on the west side of the city head to Sambalatte, a locally owned coffee shop with an extensive caffeine-fueled menu and a laid back vibe. It's common to find local runners and cyclists catching up with each other after their morning workouts, college students and writers plugged in and working diligently on papers, and folks dressed in business clothes having meetings, all within a few tables of each other.

In addition to coffee (often adorned with lovely foam art), Sambalatte offers sandwiches, quiches and pastries to hungry patrons. Musicians perform for guests in the evening.

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