Milo's Best Cellars is the biggest thing that has happened to Boulder City since Bob Broadbent emancipated the town from the feds. People even come from over the Pass to spend a few hours at this cozy, well-stocked and friendly new place. Unlike the rest of downtown, which rolls up its sidewalks at night, you'll see people having a good ol' time any evening at Milo's sidewalk tables. The food is very upscale bar food, including sandwiches, salads, cheese platters and always a special or two. The wine and beer list has new items all the time, with a good range of wines from $3.50 per glass on up. The $3.50 house wines are even good. There is also an extensive selection of the more exotic bottled beers - the ones you usually don't see on a menu, stuff like La Fin Du Monde, Great White, Ace Pear Cider and Lindeman's, between $3.50 and $7. The wine store features a rack of "100 bottles of wine on the wall for $10 or less," and there is very little junk on that rack. There is a good selection of higher priced wines too, and a selection of liquors. The indoor area is probably a one-of-a-kind item in southern Nevada - a non-smoking bar! The smokers can indulge themselves at the outside tables, though, where there are misters when it's hot and heaters when it's cool. And, don't miss out on the live entertainment on weekends.
February 16, 2008 @ 4:05 PM
a diner from Manchester, England
My wife & myself had the pleasure of using milo's along with 7 other family members on the 12th of February, we found everything to be fantastic & will make sure we visit when we are next in town