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Las Vegas — By Lynn Goya on November 4, 2009 at 6:38 am

Review: Milo’s Best Cellars

Las Vegas has become a wine destination, attracting a quarter of the master sommeliers in the country. Not many of them are women, however. Cameron Sisk, who creates the wine program for Milo’s, became the eighth female out of 90 master sommeliers in the world. Far from stuffy, the unpretentious sidewalk café has become the place to meet and greet friends in Boulder City while sipping on wine from around the world. Cheese plates, sandwiches and creative salads (almost all under $10) round out the menu, but spirits and spirited discussions are the real draw. In addition to the wine by the glass, guests can browse through the extensive retail wines and uncork a bottle for a $10 corkage fee. Considering that I recently scored an incredible wine with a 90 rating for $10, it makes sense to grab a bottle to take home.

wine glasses

Families often take advantage of the adjacent pizza place to mix and match meals on the outdoor sidewalk tables that stretches the length of the block.  It isn’t unusual to find friendly dogs tucked beneath a table, a street musician perched on an outdoor stool  or a political discussion wafting between tables on this busy main street. Join locals and regulars who find their way over Railroad Pass for Martini Mondays; Wine Tasting Tuesdays ($15, reservations highly recommended); Lady’s Night Wednesdays (ladies receive half off on drinks after 4 p.m.); and PIG Night Fridays (Professional, Intellectual Gentlemen receive half off drinks after 4 p.m.).  Milo’s is regularly cited by critics and patrons as one of the best wine bars in the region.

Milo’s Best Cellars

538 Nevada Highway, Boulder City (map it)


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