Las Vegas

Every Recreational Cannabis Delivery Service in Nevada

Everything's a little different when it comes to Sin City. Here are some tips when ordering green well into the early hours of the morning.

Maitane Romagosa/Thrillist
Maitane Romagosa/Thrillist
Maitane Romagosa/Thrillist

Everything’s a little different when it comes to Sin City (and surrounding areas). While most states have hard rules around modest hours of operation, you can order weed well after midnight in Vegas. Though you can’t technically order delivery to a hotel room (must be sent to a private residence), some dispensaries run shuttle services to-and-from the Strip. Call around.

Navigating this guide
Those marked with an * indicate a brick-and-mortar dispensary that also delivers. (And if you want to explore the delivery services in other states, bookmark this page where we also have guides for OregonCalifornia, and Michigan.)

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Rise Cannabis*
(775) 461-3909
Delivery Area: Within Carson City Limits

Sierra Well*
(775) 800-9355
Delivery Area: 15 Mile Radius

Silver State Relief*
(775) 302-4031
Delivery Area: 25 Mile Radius

Essence Cannabis Dispensary*
(702) 978-7687
Delivery Area: 25 Mile Radius

Acres*
(702) 359-9876
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

The Apothecarium*
(702) 331-2625
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

The Apothecary Shoppe*
(702) 740-4372 
Delivery Area: 20 Mile Radius

Blum*
(702) 536-2586  
Delivery Area: 25 Mile Radius

Cultivate*
(702) 778-1173
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

Curaleaf Las Vegas*
(702) 359-9875
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

The Dispensary*
(702) 827-4988
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

Essence Cannabis Dispensary*
(702) 978-7591
Delivery Area: 25 Mile Radius

Essence Cannabis Dispensary – Tropicana West*
(702) 500-1714
Delivery Area: 25 Mile Radius

Euphoria*
(702) 960-7200
Delivery Area: Las Vegas Area.

The Grove*
(702) 463-5777
Delivery Area: 25 Mile Radius

Jade Cannabis Co.* (Jade Desert Inn)
(702) 536-2586
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

Jardin*
(702)-331-6511
Delivery Area: 20+ Mile Radius, to Boulder City

Jenny’s Dispensary*
(702) 718-0420
Delivery Area: North Las Vegas

Las Vegas Releaf*
(702) 209-2400
Delivery Area: Las Vegas and Henderson

MedMen*
(702) 405-8597
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

Nuleaf*
(702) 297-5323
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

Oasis Cannabis Delivery*
(702) 420-2405
Delivery Area: Las Vegas and Henderson

Pisos*
(702) 367-9333 
Delivery Area: Las Vegas and Boulder City

Planet 13*
(702) 815 1313
Delivery Area: Las Vegas and Henderson

Shango*
(702) 444-4824
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

ShowGrow*
(702) 227-0511
Delivery Area: Within Vegas City Limits

Silver Sage Wellness*
(702) 802-3757
Delivery Area: Within Las Vegas City Limits

The Source*
(702) 708-2000
Delivery Area: Las Vegas and Henderson

Thrive*
(702) 776-4144
Delivery Area: Las Vegas, Pahrump, Mt. Charleston, Boulder City, and Mesquite

The Grove*
(775) 556-0100
Delivery Area: 25 Mile Radius

Blum*
(775) 420-2586
Delivery Area: 89429, 89410, 89460, 89449, 89448, 89411, 89413, 89705, 89423, 89403, 89440, 89408, 89703, 89701, 89706, 89440, 89704, 89451, 89508, 89441, 89436, 89433, 89434, 89521, 89511, 89523, 89506, 89519, 89503, 89502, 89509, 89431 

The Dispensary*
(775) 499-2972
Delivery Area: Within Reno City Limits

Exhale
(702) 367-0537
Delivery Area: Throughout the Reno Area

Jade Cannabis Co.* (Jade Reno)
(775) 437-1491
Delivery Area: Reno, Sparks & Surrounding Communities

Kanna*
(775) 674-0420 
Delivery Area: Sun Valley, Reno, Sparks, Elko, Lemmon Valley, Spanish Spring, Verdi, Washoe Valley, Carson City, Incline, Minden, Fallon

MYNT*
(775) 686-6968 
Delivery Area: Within Reno City Limits

Nuleaf Lake Tahoe
(775) 404-5323
Delivery Area: Reno, Carson, Incline Village

Sierra Well*
(775) 800-9355
Delivery Area: 15 Mile Radius

Sol Cannabis*
(775) 451-7290
Delivery Area: Within Reno City Limits

Silver State Relief*
(775) 440-7777
Delivery Area: 25 Mile Radius
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Lauren Yoshiko is a Portland-based writer and co-host of Broccoli Magazine‘s podcast, Broccoli Talk. She was among the first journalists to cover the commerce and culture of cannabis starting in 2014 and her work has since appeared in Willamette Week, Forbes, Rolling Stone, and Broccoli Magazine, among others. Follow her on Instagram at @laurenyoshiko for Portland breakfast sandwich recs, stoned nail art, and moderate cat content.

Las Vegas

A Fresh Take on Italian Dining Opens in Southwest Las Vegas

A first look at Basilico Ristorante Italiano.

Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano
Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano
Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano

You can’t be all things to all people. Yet a new Italian restaurant strikes an intriguing balance between authenticity and inventive touches while helping to shape the identity of a new community in the booming Southwest Valley of Las Vegas.

Basilico Ristorante Italiano is now open at Evora, a master-planned apartment development still under construction that won’t be finished for at least five years. The 160-seat restaurant follows the vision of chef Francesco Di Caudo, a Sicily native who draws on his heritage and experience throughout Italy to build a compelling menu based on traditional techniques and modern ingenuity.

“I come from a country where farm-to-table is nothing new,” says Di Caudio, while emphasizing the importance of ingredient sourcing and simple, straightforward flavor combinations.

Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano
Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano
Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano

Just look at the appetizers. Americans are used to eggplant parmesan that’s breaded and fried without restraint. Di Caudo sticks to a traditional Sicilian recipe with the vegetable sliced thin, sizzled in a pan, and layered with tomato and basil. No mozzarella. On the other hand, the Smoked Cigar is destined to be a signature showstopper. Duck, foie gras, and porcini mushrooms are packed inside a thin, cracker-like shell, presented in a box, and dipped into a glass ashtray. The “ash” in the centre is a black sesame and truffle mix. Don’t be shy about double dipping.

The risotto is bound to be another conversation piece. The recipe uses Carnaroli rice, a starchy grain from North Italy that produces a creamy texture, balancing the saltiness of a parmesan broth with a sweet splash of chestnut honey. The real surprise is the inclusion of Lavazza espresso, manipulated to crackle in your mouth like Pop Rocks candy.

Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano
Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano
Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano

All pastas are made in-house, from a parsnip cavatelli to a lamb and thyme tortellini in a broth filtered from braised prosciutto. Some dishes have a subtle Asian influence, including a hamachi crudo with pomelo (similar to yuzu), Hokkaido scallops with oxtail, and a planned octopus braised in dashi. The flavours come to life inside a sharp, contemporary dining room with deep red chairs and stone, wood, and marble touches. The wine collection is dominated by Italian labels, with a few California and Oregon picks thrown in to round out the list. Bottles are on display near the front entrance and inside illuminated square shelves. “It looks like a fancy restaurant, but when you sit down, I want you to have fun,” adds Di Caudio.

Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano
Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano
Photo by Louiie Victa, courtesy of Basilico Ristorante Italiano

The bar is the heart of the restaurant, ready to serve up to 16 people inside and dozens more via accordion-style windows that open wide to a covered patio. The outdoor space, temperature-controlled with overhead fans and heaters, effectively extends Evora’s open-air plaza with dramatic water and fire features. It’s a natural spot for tastings and special events with a covered stage for live music. Evora is rolling out in four phases, with the first 342 apartments ready by fall. There could be as many as 1,400 when it’s all said and done. Rent begins at around $1,800 for studios and one-bedroom units and goes up to $4,000 for two-story top-floor residences with a loft and Strip views. The community will include swimming pools, pickleball courts, a putting green, a dog park, firepits, EV charging stations, and pavilions equipped with audio and video features.

“Basilico matches the demographic for our apartments,” says Danny Sorge of Digital Desert Development, the company behind the community. “The term ‘youthful sophistication’ has been thrown around about the restaurant and Evora as a whole. It brings something new to the area.”

Rendering courtesy of Evora
Rendering courtesy of Evora
Rendering courtesy of Evora

The development follows a deliberate strategy to have the commercial tenants in place before the first residents move in, occupying a stand-alone building that strikes a commanding presence on the corner of Patrick Lane and Buffalo Drive. Lemon Tree Cafe & Market is already open as a European-style grocery store with plenty of room to sit down with a sandwich and glass of wine. Keep your eyes peeled for Taps & Barrels (a self-service beer hall), Tachi Ramen, and EVOQ hair salon in the months ahead, with more businesses to come. The timing couldn’t be better. The Southwest Valley is on fire right now, with the Durango hotel and casino and UnCommons mixed-use development taking shape as new attractions in 2023. The Bend, a long-promised shopping and dining district, has been in a holding pattern for years but holds promise in an area where everything is getting bigger and better.

Meanwhile, the team behind Evora is staking a claim with Di Caudio running the kitchen at Basilico. The chef’s recent collaboration with Chef Oscar Amador helped Anima by EDO score a recent James Beard Award nomination and reputation as one of the best new restaurants in Las Vegas. Di Caudio first came to Las Vegas to work at Zeffirino at the Grand Canal Shoppes-a gig he expected to last about six months before returning home. Instead, he stuck around and continued to build his reputation at culinary destinations like Sinatra at the Wynn and Ferraro’s off the Strip.

Ultimately, Basilico will be a restaurant to keep an eye on as it develops under Di Caudio’s guidance. The menu will shift and evolve based on the chef’s preferences and the availability of seasonal ingredients. Di Caudio is also planning a smaller menu and social hour for the bar area and a reasonably priced tasting menu with around 10 dishes served family style.

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Rob Kachelriess¬†has been writing about Las Vegas in Thrillist for more than nine years. In addition, his work has appeared in¬†Travel + Leisure, Leafly, Supercall, Modern Luxury, and¬†Luxury Estates International’s seasonal publication. Follow him on Twitter¬†@rkachelriess.

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