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Bring Your Dog to These 16 Vegas Bars, Restaurants, and Cafes | Eater Las Vegas

Bring your dog with you to these Las Vegas restaurants

by Krista Diamond and Janna Karel, Updated Aug 22, 2022

Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
Big Dog’s Brewing Co./Facebook

Perhaps it isn’t surprising that Las Vegas has a selection of restaurants and bars that welcome customers’ dogs. The city has one of the highest dog park rates per capita in the country.

This is good news for dog lovers who know that the happiest hour at any bar takes place when both two-legged and four-legged patrons are served. Showing up to brunch with a canine companion might be a serious faux pas in some cities, but the places featured on this map welcome the presence of puppies.

From restaurants such as Town Square and Downtown Summerlin’s Lazy Dog, which offers chef-prepared meals for dogs, to breweries like Big Dog’s Brewing Co., a haven for local beers and local pups, it’s easy to find dog-friendly dining in Las Vegas. Know of another favorite dog-friendly destination? Hit up the tipline.

Source: Bring Your Dog to These 16 Vegas Bars, Restaurants, and Cafe

Where to Eat Near Lake Mead National Recreation Area

17 waterfront dining and Boulder City classics await at the National Recreation Area

Lake Mead National Recreation Area
| Lake Mead National Recreation Area/Facebook

by Krista Diamond Updated Apr 14, 2021, 10:00am PDT

When desert dwelling Las Vegans find themselves craving water, the natural instinct is to hop on the highway and make the four-hour drive — well four hours on a good day — to the Pacific Ocean.

So many locals and visitors forget that Las Vegas is just moments from the sprawling Lake Mead National Recreation Area where opportunities for swimming, boating, fishing, and even scuba diving abound.

The 1.5 million-acre Lake Mead National Recreation Area is situated on the border of Nevada and Arizona and is comprised of both Lake Mead and Lake Mohave (a reservoir along the Colorado River). The bright blue body of water can make for the perfect day trip from the Strip or a weeklong voyage on a houseboat.

Here’s where to eat while exploring this oft-overlooked desert oasis

Source: Where to Eat Near Lake Mead National Recreation Area