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Las Vegas The Ultimate Nightlife Experience

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The City of Las Vegas is tagged as the Entertainment Capital of the World because of its wide array of casinos. But what makes Las Vegas popular among the night owls is its tremendous selection of night clubs and bars where people can actually experience the ultimate nightlife like no other cities can do.

Vegas is the most populated city in Nevada and also ranks 28 when it comes to being the most populated city in the United States. The city in internationally recognized as a capital district for shopping, gambling, fine dining, bar hopping, clubbing or in the simplest term, the ultimate luxury nightlife experience. In the state of Nevada, Las Vegas is also the front-runner in terms of commercial centers, business finances and culture.

The Aquarium at the Silverton

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Watch 4,000-plus exotic fish swimming in the colorful Silverton Aquarium.   There are “mermaids” swimming in 117,000-gallon reef aquarium and the mermaids swim among the fish and interacting with visitors watching from the outside. The mermaids are more than just pretty ladies donning colorful fins and bikini tops. These women have various backgrounds, from synchronized and competitive swimming to ballet. You’ll see them twirl, flip, dance and do other fun stunts — you would almost believe they really are part-fish!

You may wonder how the mermaids breathe underwater, since they’re swimming in the tank 15 minutes at a time. Every mermaid is scuba-certified and gets air from hookah ports throughout the tank. In addition to the mermaids, you can also sometimes catch divers feeding stingrays. During the feedings, there’s a guide outside the tank who’ll take questions from the audience. The divers have a built-in speaker in their suit and can answer anything you want to know about the fish

Las Vegas New Years Eve 2017

For many Americans, Las Vegas is the IT destination to ring in the New Year. In the city with nicknames like the “City of Lights” and “Glitter Gulch” becomes even more dazzling for New Year’s Eve. At 6 p.m., the world famous Las Vegas Strip will be completely closed to vehicular traffic, thereby creating enough room for an enormous street party with over 300,000 people expected to attend. The highlight of this mega-event is as the clock strikes midnight, when fireworks will be shot simultaneously from the rooftops of seven major Vegas casinos including the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, Caesars Palace and the Venetian for a breathtaking display of pyrotechnics.

Once named the world’s best city for New Year’s Eve, Las Vegas has plenty of other festivities going on to ring in the New Year. For instance, popular singer-songwriter Bruno Mars will headline the NYE show at the Park Theater at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, Maroon 5 will host another major NYE party at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, Elton John will perform his classic hits at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace and Sting will appear at the Chelsea, inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

Additionally, in downtown Vegas, there will be a 21 and over street party at the Fremont Street Experience and a host of big name music acts are slated to appear at some of the best Vegas nightclubs, such as Calvin Harris at Omnia Nightclub, Major Lazer at Wynn Las Vegas, Ludacris at the Light Nightclub, the Weeknd at the Marquee and Drake will take the stage at Hakkasan Nightclub’s NYE Celebration.

UNLV vs UNR

Las Vegas Beer Park Clash for the Cannon After-Party

Beer Park will host an after-party following the UNLV-UNR football game Saturday. UNLV returns to the field Saturday for the final time this season to host in-state rival Nevada and battle for the Fremont Cannon at Sam Boyd Stadium.  Fans in Rebels or Wolf Pack gear or with a valid university ID will receive a complimentary Bud Signature draft upon entry at the bar and grill at Paris Las Vegas.

3rd International Nightlife Congress | Las Vegas

 

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LAS VEGAS, October 10, 2016 – Delegates from Europe, America to Asia will attend the 3rd International Nightlife Congress at the World Market Center on October 26th in Las Vegas, NV, USA. We will convene the world’s foremost thinkers, policymakers, developers, entrepreneurs and industry stars for a conversation on helping save and shape the nightlife industry of the future. “Join the movement of people who care about saving nightlife, by helping make nightlife safe! Help celebrate our mission to protect and support the positive social, economic, and cultural contributions of the nightlife industry.” stated J.C. Diaz, 1st Vice President of the International Nightlife Association (INA).

This year’s conference in Las Vegas will also include the announcement of the 2nd International Golden Moon Awards winners. The aim is to become an International Nightlife Awards benchmark chosen by a panel of industry professionals. We will be presenting the “100 Best Clubs” in the world and the “Best Club in the World” right after the International Nightlife Congress. An after-party will

Hit Bar & Lounge at the Monte Carlo

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If you’re looking for an easy, elegant place to duck into for a drink at the Monte Carlo, the Hit Bar & Lounge offers a full array of spirits, wine, beer and specialty cocktails. Located in its own separate area off the casino floor, you’ll find it’s the perfect perch for viewing both the high-stakes excitement and the ebb and flow of the casino action outside.  Hit Bar & Lounge focuses on the art of crafting classic cocktails using traditional techniques. The menu not only features each drink’s recipe, but also a brief history on the cocktail, educating guests while simultaneously quenching their thirst. Must-tries include the Mai Tai, the Manhattan and the Sidecar. Whatever you decide on, palates are sure to be pleased.

STK’S FOURTH ANNUAL WHITE PARTY

MONDAY, SEPT. 12 | 9:30 P.M. TO 11 P.M.

Where:STK (Directions)
Start time: 9:30 pm
End time: 11:00 pm
Address: 3708 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas
Cost: Free
Age limit: 21+

STK’s Fourth Annual White Party lends a Hamptons-inspired vibe for the biggest bash of the year featuring free-flowing champagne, high energy music, signature STK hors d’oeuvres and all-white fashions from casual to couture. Actress, author and comedian Heather McDonald will host the party. White attire is required for entrance.

There is no cover charge to attend, and limited table reservations will be available.

Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho

Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho Las Vegas

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Back in March 4th of this year Guy Fieri’s second Las Vegas restaurant opened at the Rio Hotel. El Burro, which translates into “drunk ass” is true to the Guy Fieri culture in that it’s not over-the-top or pretentious, yet has a quality vibe and comfortable feel.

Now only a few months later, this a fresh take on a Las Vegas restaurant, is believed to have will brought a much needed energy to the Rio Hotel. El Burro is a long, narrow restaurant (pictured) with a bar as well as a long counter area and open kitchen.

Although the menu is mostly Mexican, there’s plenty of comfort and bar foods such as nachos, jalapeño poppers, street corn and quesadillas.

And of course the most important part of any meal is the cocktails, and as for those El Burro did not disappoint. The signature cocktails are priced at $15 and are big enough to serve at least two people.

Check out the full El Burro Borracho menu on the Rio Las Vegas Web site.

Las Vegas with a View

Upscale Las Vegas Bars With Stunning Views

Las Vegas ViewsOne of the best parts of Las Vegas is the vast amount of options when it comes to nightlife and bars. And what’s better than a bar with a view of the stunning Las Vegas Strip. Nighttime is the perfect time to take advantage of one of the following bars.

The 107 Sky Lounge at the Stratosphere has an incredible view of the strip from the north end  and is perfect for drinks before dinner, or for an evening of one of-a-kind views. VooDoo Lounge at the Rio  is located 51 stories up at the Rio hotel and features a zip line for those who dare! 

The Eiffel Tower Restaurant at the Paris hotel is not only perfect for those looking for a upscale venue, they also has real fine dining just like you’d find in Paris.

The Foundation Room at the Mandalay Bay is one of Las Vegas’ longest standing and well known venues. Originally a ‘members only’ secret, accessible only via a private elevator in Mandalay Bay, began last summer opening up to the public and is now open every night of the week.

And last but not least the Mandarin Cocktail Bar at Mandarin Oriental is one that can’t be missed. With a sophisticated ambiance and amazing setting high over the Las Vegas strip, the Mandarin Bar is one of the best late night drinking spots in Las Vegas.

March Madness in Las Vegas

Rage! Instanity! Extreme folly! Ecstacy! All words to relate to March Madness day & nightlife in Las Vegas. There are tons of viewing parties within bars and nightclubs throughout Vegas that having viewing parties. To name a few like , The Sayers Club Double Barrel Roadhouse, Crazy Horse III Gentlemen’s Club, with cover charges ranging from around $50 to $400 per person. Here are a few options for your March Madness Experience.

  • College hoops parties at Hard Rock Hotel – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino will become Las Vegas’ ultimate hub for college basketball fans with tournament viewing parties Sunday, March 13 to Tuesday, March 22.
  • Marquee Dayclub –The club will host a viewing party on Thursday, March 17, Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19. Doors open at 8:45 am.
  • LAVO Casino Club – The club will host a viewing party on Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19. Doors open at 8:45 am.
  • Tao Beach – The club will host a viewing party on Thursday, March 17, Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19. Doors open at 8:45 am.
  • Aliante Race & Sports Book – The sports book will offer $2 beers and $3 shots of Jack Daniels Honey, Jägermeister or Fireball Whiskey with the purchase of any beer.

The games start on Tuesday but hits full force on Thursday as people start trickling into Vegas. As the games get closer the more madness it becomes. Games end on Friday but people tend to stay the weekend to hit Las Vegas nightlife.