America's Snobbiest Cities

Which locals hold their noses highest in the air? Travel + Leisure readers crowned snobbiest cities in America—and, admittedly, they have good reason to be proud.

No. 13 Las Vegas

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The social hierarchy is simple in Sin City, which ranked highly for its swanky cocktail bars and luxury stores. The more you can win—or spend—the better. The most exclusive nightclubs include the newly opened LiFE at SLS Las Vegas and Hakkasan at MGM Grand, while the most sought-after table is at Giada (from the Food Network’s De Laurentiis) in The Cromwell. To indulge another form of local snobbery—the fact that most locals want nothing to do with the Strip—head to the bars of Fremont East like Vanguard Lounge.

America's Snobbiest Cities

No. 13 Las Vegas

The social hierarchy is simple in Sin City, which ranked highly for its swanky cocktail bars and luxury stores. The more you can win—or spend—the better. The most exclusive nightclubs include the newly opened LiFE at SLS Las Vegas and Hakkasan at MGM Grand, while the most sought-after table is at Giada (from the Food Network’s De Laurentiis) in The Cromwell. To indulge another form of local snobbery—the fact that most locals want nothing to do with the Strip—head to the bars of Fremont East like Vanguard Lounge.

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