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Tim Hortons

No, Vegas does not have a Tim Hortons. For those of you who are asking whats a Tim Hortons, well just move along. Every Casino has at least two or three Starbucks, whats the deal with that? . With all the Canadians that travel down there , we [ us Canadians ] need one down there, because not everyone likes Starbucks

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Pack your Timmys grind along with a coffee maker and you'll be ok. The Krispy kreme donuts are good but their joe is liquid asphalt.

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Edmonton, Canada
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Sounds like someone needs an intervention. Lol

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Making your own Timmy Ho's is NOT the same as buying it. I've bought the grounds and have tried many tricks to get it to taste the same. I heard 18% cream, using more grounds than normal, even you need their coffee machine to get it to taste the same.

Did you know it costs over 1 million to own a franchise? If I had that money I would be making a killing. *Note to self - Win lotto and open up 5-10 Tim Hortons along the strip. Retire before 40.

I agree canadian0140, a T.H would be perfect. I'm not a fan of the SB coffee either, frapps are good but not the coffee.

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The USA Version of Tim Horton's is Winchell's Donuts.

Kearney, Nebraska
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Tim Hortons, butter tarts, original Heinz 57 sauce. Now I know why I always enjoy my trips north of the border.

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When you make your Timmy's at home, you need to add a little salt , almost like getting it fresh.

London, Canada
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Love my Tims and have it everyday at work but.......when I go on vacation I want something different. No reminders of home (at least not for awhile)

Edited: 13 February 2011, 12:34
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Just for fun I sent off an e-mail to Timmie's to see if Vegas was on their radar. I did receive a reply and was told that they would pass my request so to speak to the proper dept. . So who knows. Maybe someday we can all enjoy our favorite Timmie's on the strip.

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No offense to canadian0140, but the last thing on my mind in Vegas is Tim Hortons.

The restaurants/food in Vegas is great and the breakfasts and coffee there are of excellent quality. So the last thing on my mind when I'm there is to look for a Timmys.

In fact I never think of Timmys when I'm in Vegas.lol

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Ive never been to a TH but do go to Canada. In fact was there last weekend so while at the VAncouver airport I stopped by the TH. Their donuts looked absolutely disgusting, kind of like those disgusting things Dunkin Donuts try to pass off as donuts. The sandwich looking things didnt look any better.But people say Dunkin Donuts has great coffee (I dont drink coffee) just like people say TH has great coffee, it certainly cant be the donuts.