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The new Summerlin bar from the people behind Henderson's Elixir and Remedy's hits the right spot.

Distill nails the casual neighborhood bar experience

April 16th, 2014

The new Summerlin bar from the people behind Henderson's Elixir and Remedy's hits the right spot.

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