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  1. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Oh this is just so fun. Man the things they dream up down there! The Cannabis bars made me laugh and #32 1/2 is certainly interesting. I wonder how that partiuclar combination of foods came to be?

    So fun you got to go to Vegan with them! I hope you’re having a blast (which by the looks of things, you are) 🙂

  2. CheezyK

    Putting to one side the very odd seeming prices of 7.89 and 9.59, does No. 33 1/2 (!) have a price tag of 69.00?!?

    (Given that you can somehow manage a decaf soy latte (ptoohee), I shudder to think what that “coffee” was like … 😛 )

  3. Rach

    Ha! That IS a long title, but totally appropriate. 😉 Looking forward to hearing all your blog-appropriate stories from Vegas! 🙂

  4. Vien

    Oh my….. only in Vegas!!!

  5. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    That is one very accurate hypothetical review!

  6. JohannaGGG

    And triple strength too – that sounds like mighty powerful chocolate – hypothetically speaking! But I think I would prefer that pumpkin cake – looks like exactly what I would have ordered if faced with a sea of omelettes

  7. Hotly Spiced

    The turkey burgers don’t look too good but the fruit salad and pumpkin cake look great. Vegas really does twinkle at you from a distance. I bet it’s not only the infirm who are eating that chocolate! xx

  8. Lou

    One could say that a certain other food blogger may really like to try those chocolatey-weedy bars. But we are only musing here, no?

  9. Yasmeen @ Wandering Spice


    I’m not sure what could be better than dank chocolate… not that I’m saying I want to make some or anything, but I mean that is just a brilliant idea… hmm…

    Glad to see my home country is still full of surprises 🙂

  10. Kristie

    Oh you were here in my city! 🙂 Now where oh where did you find that chocolate? I’d love to try it! I haven’t seen it here before..Can’t wait to see what else you did out here!

  11. Sophie

    Argh! I was just there!!! (I’ve got to put up my post, even though it includes a lot more touristy shots).

    I didn’t stumble across any of *that* chocolate. In any case, I’ve decided Vegas isn’t really for me, although the hiking is pretty nice.

  12. Gary

    So why go to Amsterdam when you can have more fun in Vegas.

  13. Choc Chip Uru

    Haha I love how only Vegas can pull off this post 😀
    But that pumpkin cake… I want to pull that off 😛

    Choc Chip Uru

  14. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    That hang cannabis chocolate has me, quite literally, laughing out loud. In fact, I may have snorted when I read it. Hilarious 😀

    I’m glad you enjoyed yourself (are still enjoying yourself?) in the dazzling Vegas-ness 🙂

  15. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Haha now this is stuff that they should had put in The Hangover! Perhaps they did but they had to cut it out because that stuff is slightly mad! 😀

  16. Whispering Gums

    I’m alway sorry when people refuse to go to Vegas. If you call yourself a traveller, you should open yourself to the wloe kit and caboodle, n’est-ce pas?

  17. Emma

    I was just about to write about how much I’m not looking forward to potentially attending a Bachelorette Party in Vegas next year, and about how much I think Vegas is bummy, etc etc. But I’d be following up your mum’s comment about how people who don’t want to go to Vegas are losers, so… I can’t wait to do all these things next year! Kisses!

  18. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Ha! Now that’s a horse of a different color! We most certainly do not have chocolates like those around here.

    I have never been to Vegas but would kind of like to go. I don’t really enjoy gambling, but I do like shiny lights and buttered cake breakfasts.

  19. leaf (the indolent cook)

    I would like to try the cannabis chocolate, hypothetically.

  20. lizzie - strayed from the table

    Cannabis bars, that is crazy. I would gladly have a slice of the pumpkin bread dripping with butter. mmmmmmm

  21. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    VEGAS! Love this glimpse. Oh the lights are so pretty. Just like you in that first picture 🙂 I feel a little sick from looking at that cake & then the sausage patties. Just a tad. It’s all amazing, though. & I don’t say that lightly. 33 1/2.
    Heidi xo

  22. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    Vegas!!! So much fun! I want to go there – one day – not for any gambling but Would love to see Circ Du Soleil (saw them in Minneapolis – so incredible), and some other shows, shopping, and of course lots of eating and drinking! I need to get saving my pennies. The cannabis choccie is hilarious! There’s no way you’d find such a thing in Canada so you better bring some with you 😉

  23. Sophia

    You know…grumble, grumble. You were only like 5 hours drive away from Los Angeles. Couldn’t you have swung by to the most awesome city in the world? Hmph!

    That said, I still have never visited Vegas!

    Pot chocolate? Keep that away from college campuses!!

  24. Caitlin @livelovenyc

    omg vegas is crazy! i’ve been once and won’t allow myself back haha.
    that chocolate is very appealing / interesting 🙂

  25. Shannon

    I have so many questions about that chocolate but I realize I’m only going to get hypothetical answers 😉

    You are living my dream lady, for reals.

  26. Agnes

    Even I prefer the look of the pumpkin cake compared with the English muffin and whatever the hell that brown stuff is.

  27. Alisa

    In all my time in Vegas, I never saw that chocolate. Where were you hanging out? 🙂

    Glad you had such a great time Hannah!

  28. Alisa

    Ah yes, now that would make sense 🙂

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