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You’re pretty sure the Flamingo’s neon sign has been burned into your retinas at this point because you now see it whenever you close your eyes. It’s time to take a break from the Strip and make the 20-minute trip to Red Rice in Henderson to see what lies beyond that long stretch of fluorescent road. This Chamorro restaurant serves food from Guam, and the best move is the Hafa Adai plate - essentially their greatest hits all together including BBQ chicken, BBQ spare ribs, red rice, and chicken kelaguen. Then follow the rule that if you see beignets on any menu, you order them - theirs come with a mango drizzle and should not be missed.

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