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Swanky Wine Flights and Barrel-Aged Cocktails at Strip House; VegeNation Breakfast

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Strip House
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PLANET HOLLYWOOD RESORT — Strip House now has The Bucket List, wines by the glass using the Coravin system, which makes it possible to pour the wine without removing the cork, preventing oxidation and increasing the longevity of the wine. Sample a three- or six-ounce pour such as a 2011 Marchesi Antinori ‘Tignanello,” and six cabernets from winemakers including Quintessa, Opus One, Dominus Estate, Caymus Vineyards and Bryant Family Vineyards with prices that range from $25 to $179. A vertical tasting flight of Cardinale Winery’s 2007, 2008 and 2009 cabernet sauvignon vintages is also available $150 for a three-ounce pour of each year. Strip House also has two new house barrel-aged cocktails. A deconstructed classic Old Fashioned uses an aged whiskey, an orange Creole shrub to impart a bitter orange flavor and maraschino cherry liqueur. After a four-week barrel aging it is topped with a trio of house made bourbon cherries. The restaurant also introduced a 30-day Barrel Aged Manhattan featuring Bulleit Rye and Carpano Antica, a fine Italian vermouth. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN — VegeNation now has breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. with waffles, French toast, a hangover cure smoothie and a spicy tofu scramble, as well as a “Morning Buzz” menu of mimosas and bloody Marys. [EaterWire]

VegeNation

616 East Carson Avenue, , NV 89101 (702) 366-8515 Visit Website

Strip House

3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, , NV 89109 (702) 737-5200 Visit Website

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