The zine rack at The Writer's Block. Photo by Krystal Ramirez.

What’s Your Favorite Locally Sourced Product?

We asked the WENDOH Media staff

The Writer’s Block has zines by local artists for sale by the cash register. When I stop by to pick them up, I make sure to pet the in-shop bunny and drop a quarter in the homemade haiku bear.” –Shannon Miller, editorial assistant

Lovelady Brewing Company’s 9th Island pineapple sour. Brewed with pineapple puree, this beer is pleasantly tart but still quite refreshing and easy-drinking—perfect for this time of year. In my eyes, the Henderson operation can do/brew no wrong, but this selection is a masterpiece.” –Mark Adams, arts & entertainment editor

“I love the locally made sausages by John Mull’s Meats—served on locally made Great Buns Bakery pretzel rolls—at ReBar on Main Street. They come with a pickle spear, and you can add all the typical toppings, but better still, each purchase helps to feed a Southern Nevadan in need.” –Xania Woodman, senior contributing editor

“The pick-your-own veggies at Gilcrease Orchard. It’s a lovely way to spend a Saturday morning. After picking your produce, you can treat yourself with cider doughnuts.” –Genevie Durano, managing editor, dining

“Art! Juan Muniz is by far my favorite local artist in Vegas. Not only does he produce fabulous street art and canvas creations, but he now has a clothing line.” –Brittany Quintana, account manager

“I’m a big fan of Tenaya Creek Brewery. Not only has it put Las Vegas on the national map when it comes to craft beer brewing, but it has recommitted to the city by refurbishing a decades-old building into a fantastic new brewery and brewpub in a part of Downtown that needs the attention. I’d prefer it was named Las Vegas Creek Brewing, but I’ll take what I can get!” –James P. Reza, Ask a Native columnist

“Right now it’s all about Sorelle Garden Salad Dressing from the Las Vegas Farmers Market in Summerlin. It’s light on ingredients and heavy on flavor—a perfect fit for a vegetable salad.” –Jessi C. Acuña, senior editor, lifestyle

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