Stone Cold

Give warm spirits the cold shoulder. Enjoy your whiskey (or other desired spirit) chilled but not increasingly watered down by popping a few Whiskey Stones in your glass instead of ice. Milled in Vermont by the oldest soapstone workshop in the U.S., these sophisticated, attractive bar accessories will put the rock in your rocks glass. $20, Teroforma.com.

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’Cue Town

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’Cue Town

By Max Jacobson

Vegas can’t pony up regional ’cue like the hickory-smoked ribs you get at Arthur Bryant’s in Kansas City, or the cumin-spiked brisket of City Market in the Texas Hill Country. But we still have our merits as a ’cue town: Memphis Championship Barbecue (three locations, Memphis-BBQ.com) when award-winning pit master Mike Mills is here, and there’s decent barbecue on Strip buffets including the meats at Cravings in The Mirage, which uses a J&R Oyler smoking box for their ribs.

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