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Small Plates: 17 Degrees South and ‘Taste of Beirut’

7° South, which gets its name from the Polynesian islands 17 degrees south of the equator, opened in June. The tropically themed restaurant and bar has an extensive selection of craft beers and exotic cocktails (Laid Back Lychee Martini, anyone?) and a casual menu available during all opening hours.

Dining Pick of the Week: Nacho Daddy

The inside of Nacho Daddy’s Henderson location is spacious, with oversized tequila labels painted on planks that hang by chains. Patrons can sit in booths or at wooden tables to watch the wall-to-wall flat-screen TVs. There is also a long bar, although the place still maintains a family-friendly feeling.

Pumpkin is fall’s comfort flavor, observers say

Have you been to Starbucks for a pumpkin spice latte so far this season? No? You say you don’t like Starbucks’ coffee? Well, you could go by a local outlet of Dunkin’ Donuts, which has upped the ante with its pumpkin creme brulee latte. Or Krispy Kreme, for a pumpkin spice latte. Or The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, for pumpkin spice coffee.