Did you know that there are many places in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada that celebrate and honor all things patriotic year-round? From restaurants to displays to memorials, check out these places that celebrate America.
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- 603 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101
- Dougie J's Café is a restaurant dedicated to the memory of Douglas J. Green. Green’s mother established it after he was killed in action serving his country in Afghanistan. SPC Green was in the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry, whose unit was attacked by insurgents with RPGs (Rocket Propelled Grenades). Dougie J’s Cafe brings a one of a kind unique burger and sandwich café to Downtown Las Vegas. Fine ingredients and traditional methods are used to produce exceptional artisan burgers, sandwiches, desserts and coffee.
- 1900 Veterans Memorial Dr, Boulder City, NV 89005
- The Southern Nevada State Veterans Cemetery is located in Boulder City, Nevada which is approximately 26 miles from Las Vegas. The cemetery is located on 79 acres of land owned and maintained by the State of Nevada. The grounds are serene, peaceful and immaculately maintained. The cemetery serves as a place of rest and reflection where eligible veterans, their spouses and eligible dependents are remembered and honored in perpetuum.
- 240 S Water St, Henderson, NV 89015
Born in America's defense during World War II, the City of Henderson continues to honor its war born heritage. On November 11, 1994, the City officials dedicated the only Veterans Memorial Wall in southern Nevada, honoring those that have fought for our country to protect the threads of freedom and democracy that are woven into the fabric of American patriotism.
- 1500 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101
- Created in 1914, Woodlawn Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Las Vegas, Nevada and is owned and managed by the City of Las Vegas. The cemetery has interred veterans from all wars dating back to the Civil War. Veterans Memorial Circle was originally established on Armistice Day in 1939 and has had additional markers and stones placed ever since.