The Kitchen at Atomic is the perfect built-in one-two punch. Come to this Downtown spot for everything from a cauliflower steak to a porterhouse, and when you’re done, go next door to Atomic Liquors, one of Vegas’s oldest freestanding bars for cocktails and a wide range of local beers on tap.
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