The Las Vegas Arts District, also known as 18b for its original 18-block layout, is the closest thing Las Vegas has to a bohemian enclave, but it’s not just for creative classes. In the last five years or so, the downtown neighborhood has boomed, with several new restaurants and cafes opening and offering a variety of new fare. While meandering through the vintage shops, art galleries, and boutiques in the area, there are countless restaurants in which both locals and tourists can dine.
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