Where to find the best Manhattan and more Las Vegas cocktails

From the best Manhattan to cheap drinks and a speakeasy, here's your guide to drinking in Vegas.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 11, 2021
I’m the sort of gambler who watches $20 disappear in the slot machine and then calls it a night. And my evenings spent romping around nightclubs are long over. But I still find myself in Vegas multiple times a year in search of great food and...
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