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Check Out Our Interview With a Burlesque Legend

Enjoy Brunch and Sports at This Hot Spot

He’s 89 Years Old and Still Going Strong


Escape to a World of Wonder at We’re All Mad Here Festival

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Piff the Magic Dragon

This magician fires up distinctive comedy and illusions at Flamingo


Famous Foods Street Eats

Indulge in global food options at Resorts World Las Vegas


Dita Von Teese

Check out our interview with the burlesque legend talking about her Horseshoe Las Vegas show


Editor’s Note


7 Days

Our publisher gives you everything you need to plan the perfect week PAGE 8




Spice Wannabe— The Spice Girls Tribute


Wayne Newton


Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar

Brunch and sports PAGE 17

Barry’s Downtown Prime


Frankie Valli

He’s 89 and still going strong


Qua Baths

& Spa



Juliet Cocktail Room

Find deliciously crafted drinks with special spirits and inventive ingredients here


Showbiz Weekly Listings

Your guide to everything from dining to entertainment in Las Vegas PAGE 45

Friends With Benefits

Chris Arthur


Events & Headliners

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Seafood and caviar share the starring roles on the menu at this Resorts World Las Vegas

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So Much to Experience

If you haven’t had the pleasure or privilege of experiencing AREA15, do yourself a favor and get your tickets now—this week in particular! The all-in-one entertainment extravaganza is throwing one of the craziest, zaniest parties of the year: We’re All Mad Here, celebrating the world of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (“Massive Attraction,” p. 32). But that’s just the beginning; AREA15 has so much to see, do, eat and appreciate. And there are now Experience Passes available to help you customize your experience.

This week’s issue of Las Vegas Magazine is focused on entertainment in all its many forms, and that includes tribute acts. And Spice Wannabe—The Spice Girls Tribute at Excalibur will make you believe you’re seeing—and hearing— the real thing (“Say You’ll Be There,” p. 12).

Another hot ticket is Dita Von Teese’s burlesque spectacular at Horseshoe Las Vegas, Dita Las Vegas: A Jubilant Revue. In this issue, LVM ’s Em Jurbala interviews the legend herself on what it means to be bringing a classic entertainment form back to Las Vegas (“Stripped Down,” p. 40).

One of my absolute favorite artists of all time, Frankie Valli, is not only still going strong at 89, he’s got a residency at Westgate Las Vegas!

If you’ve never heard the man in person, don’t give this one a second thought: He’s responsible for some of the best songs of all time (“Our Eyes Adore Him,” p. 20).

In between all this entertainment, don’t forget to eat! Seafood fans will love Aqua at Resorts World Las Vegas (“An Ocean of Flavor,” p. 28), while sports fans will want to check out the brunch menu at Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar at Mandalay Bay (“I Have a Hunch This Is Brunch,” p. 17 ).

Enjoy your Las Vegas experience!

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The Spa at Aria

Nothing beats a spa day, and this facility offers one of the best in town. Unwind with treatments like the 100-minute Aria Seaside Serenity massage. Afterward, explore the Shio salt room and therapy pool. aria.mgmgrand.com

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Nobu Las Vegas

The Caesars Palace location of this worldwide brand is the only of its kind in the U.S. with teppan tables, giving you the option for a delicious teppanyaki experience in addition to iconic dishes.

Caesars Palace, caesars.com

Tuesday 2

The Cove Bar & Arcade

This all-new destination is guaranteed to show you a good time. From classic arcade games and shuffleboard to a mini bowling alley, there’s something for everyone. Treasure Island, treasureisland.com

Wednesday 3

Belle de Nuit

Voltaire’s intimate house show is a one-of-a-kind blend of aerial acts, drag and cabaret, making for a great night out. Treat yourself to a martini and get ready for an unforgettable evening. Venetian, venetianlasvegas.com

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Hailing from New York and famous for its delectable cheesecakes, this brand just opened its newest location in Vegas. Check it out for breakfast, lunch or dinner (there’s even a late-night menu) for a variety of tasty items. Resorts World Las Vegas, rwlasvgas.com

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The Pinky Ring by Bruno Mars Fabulous drinks, live entertainment and a glamorous atmosphere await you, with one twist—no phones allowed. But it’s worth it! Bellagio, bellagio.mgmresorts.com

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High Tea in the Sky

Kick off the spring season at Legacy Club’s special event featuring tea-inspired cocktails, champagne and, of course, light bites and sweet treats. Circa Resort & Casino, circalasvegas.com

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Belle de Nuit photo by Andrew Kenney Nobu Las Vegas courtesy of Caesars Entertainment


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by Lee Cherry

Say You’ll Be There

Strip tribute show perfectly re-creates the look and sound of famous girl-power group

“Wannabe” by the Spice Girls was a turning point in ’90s music. Up until its release in 1996, the charts had been dominated by male-dominated Britpop bands. Not only was the song a runaway hit, it led to a slew of similar girl-power anthems. The band was relatively short-lived in comparison with others of the time (they released three studio albums, the last one in 2000), but its impact remains an indelible and long-lasting one.

Given that The Spice Girls have had two reunion tours since their heyday (one in Las Vegas), they would seem ripe for a Las Vegas residency (and plenty here have been clamoring for it). But visitors to Vegas don’t have to wait for that particular Spice of life, thanks to Spice Wannabe—The Spice Girls Tribute, where the look and music of the quintet lives on in living color.

The show itself is a touring one, the latest date being at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in North Carolina. “It was amazing,” said creator/co-producer Casey McConachie, who plays Emma “Baby Spice” Bunton in the show, in a Las Vegas Magazine interview. “It was such a good show. It was probably our biggest crowd that we’ve had so far.”

Spice Wannabe has certainly experienced much success in Las Vegas over its lifespan, debuting at South Point and selling out at Silverton Casino Lodge in February 2023. The current version launched at Excalibur last summer. “The hype around it was already building and growing,” said McConachie. “July was amazing. First night, second, every show … it was so much energy, so many people coming out to see it because it was a limited engagement. We didn’t know if we were going to stay past July, so people were coming and dressing up.”

All cast members needed to not only look like Spice Girls, but needed to be able to sing and dance—no mean feat. And mission accomplished. “The little kids are watching us, not understanding we’re a tribute show,” McConachie said. “They think that we are the group. It’s really cute to see how they’re screaming at the top of their lungs.” –Las Vegas Magazine Staff

Excalibur. excalibur.mgmresorts.com

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Photo by In Color Studios Photo by Denise Truscello

Life and Legacy

Hear this Las Vegas legend’s stories and songs at his Strip residency

No history of Las Vegas would be complete without a chapter devoted to Mr. Las Vegas himself, Wayne Newton . The tireless entertainer has been an integral part of this town for decades, stretching all the way back to the days when he would perform multiple shows a day back in the 1950s to the days when he headlined at major Strip properties, becoming one of the most successful entertainers in the city’s history.

For that alone, Newton has earned his legend status. But when you mix in the man’s other bona fides, including immortal songs like “Danke Schoen,” “Red Roses for a Blue Lady” and “Daddy, Don’t You Walk So Fast,” his work with the U.S. Armed Forces and his numerous charitable causes, Newton stakes a case for being the most influential Las Vegas resident of all time.

In case you need more proof, definitely get a ticket for his one-man show, Wayne: Up Close and Personal, in which the man himself holds court (with some surprise guest stars always thrown in), taking audiences through his life with the help of multimedia presentations and various songs.

What really sets Up Close and Personal apart from other Strip shows is that no two shows are ever the same, as Newton has so much material to draw from. One night, he’ll talk about his passion for Arabian horse breeding; another night, you’ll hear an anecdote about his appearance on a TV show.

That’s the magic of Wayne Newton; everyone who comes to see his show probably remembers him differently, so varied has his career been. And just as everyone who loves Newton feels a connection to him, that’s reciprocated 10 times over; Newton is well known for coming into the audience and greeting as many people as he can.

Time to experience Vegas history in the flesh. –Ken Miller

Flamingo, ticketmaster.com

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I Have a Hunch This Is Brunch

Delightful drinks join delicious dishes for a great start to the day

Spring makes an excellent time to check out the brunches in Vegas, and, boy, do we have a fair few here, including at Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar on Saturdays and Sundays. With a large bar area, plenty of screens and a dining area dominated by a monstrous screen across the far wall that always has an interesting sporting event on, this restaurant will ensure you start the day right.

Grab a libation first—and, of course, brunch has to have bottomless mimosas and a Bloody Mary cart. Large-format

cocktails, tons of beer choices and beer towers guarantee you’ll stay hydrated. A DJ also provides the tunes.

A basket of donuts, lox and cream cheese flatbreads, or spinach crab dip let everyone share, but there are plenty of entrées to order, like the green chili pork Benedict with smoked pork shoulder, avocado and a green chili hollandaise, or the Dutch Baby cast Iron Pancake, with a lemon ricotta pancake, maple syrup and berry compote. Brown butter pancakes, with whipped butter, strawberries and

pistachio cream, give those butter lovers something to live for. But the double wagyu smash burger may be more to your liking, with its quarter-pound patties, American cheese and bacon-onion jam stacked on a brioche bun.

Whether you’re looking to recover from your night-before festivities or start the day rolling right, Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar is sure to help you get on with that mission. –Nina King

Mandalay Bay. flankerlv.com

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Photo by Anthony Mair

Eat Excellence

Experience nothing short of perfection at this downtown Las Vegas favorite

I met Barry S. Dakake on my very first assignment for Las Vegas Magazine back in 2015—a dinner at N9NE Steakhouse at Palms. The second Barry came out to shake my hand and introduce himself, I felt like one of his closest friends. He sat down at my table, and we discussed everything from his philosophies on cooking to our families. The man had a way about him that made me feel special. Oh, and his food rocked! He even brought out a few things that weren’t on his menu.

And that’s about what you can expect at Barry’s Downtown Prime. Yes, there’s a menu, and it’s packed with deliciousness, but Dakake’s sense of adventure is alive and well here. As he explained to Las Vegas Magazine upon opening in 2020, “If you come into my restaurant and you can’t find something that you like, shame on me! And, if you can’t find it, you can ask and I can make it!” And believe us, if Dakake takes a special liking to you, he’ll probably bring something off the menu out anyway.

Appetizers are a must, with a wild combination of flavors in delights like a bone marrow luge atop a bed of fettuccine Alfredo topped with Parmigiano Reggiano, truffle butter and Madeira wine, pictured. If you want to keep the beef theme going, it doesn’t get much better than the 46-ounce Mishima Reserve tomahawk ribeye, sourced from Mishima Reserve Farms in Seattle.

If you’re more of a seafood fan, the Dover sole is a treat for both the eyes and tastebuds, sautéed and served with baby gulf shrimp, lemon and butter sauce. And the “organic” jerk chicken, accompanied by slow roasted coconut jasmine rice and crispy plantain, is rich and delicious, and one of the best versions in all of downtown. –Ken Miller

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Circa Resort & Casino. 702.726.5504
Photo by Peter Harasty

Our Eyes Adore Him

Almost 90, this music legend shows he’s lost none of his power to command audiences

Lest you doubt Frankie Valli’s ability to still bring the magic at the age of 89, you might want to check out the video taken at Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party in 2023. Valli, along with his band The Four Seasons, delivered an impromptu rendition of “Can’t Take My Eyes off You,” and to say they killed it is a serious understatement. Within seconds, Valli and his perfect falsetto had the crowd on its feet dancing and singing the chorus to perfection, demonstrating two things at once: Valli’s songs are not just timeless, they’re universal in their appeal; and Valli is still capable of commanding a room. Find out for yourself this week when the man himself returns to his ongoing residency at the International Theater.

There’s never been a better time to be a Four Seasons fan. On one side of town you’ve got a revival of the award-winning musical Jersey Boys, while at Westgate you get to see the real thing, at least until fall (Valli has signed on for dates in April, July and October).

And as you listen to all the classics you know by heart, from “Sherry” and “Walk Like a Man” to “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Dawn,” it seems like a pretty safe bet that you’ll be dancing and singing just like those folks in the now-viral video. Get ready for an irresistible evening. –Ken Miller

Westgate Las Vegas. westgateresorts.com

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Photo by Jesse Faatz

A Day of Revitalization

Spa lets guest sink into bliss from tip to toe

Sometimes you need more than a nap to get back to balance. And that’s where a spa may be just what the doctor ordered. Qua Baths & Spa will not only help you recover, but also pamper you as well.

If you are traveling with a significant other, consider the 100-minute Couples Bliss Retreat. The Tri-Crystal Coconut Sugar Scrub exfoliates your body, and afterward choose either a hot oil scalp massage or a hand-and-foot paraffin treatment. The retreat closes out with a pressure massage with essential oils.

Work on those sore areas with an 80-minute customized sport massage, where massage therapists help stretch those muscles and add a cooling topical gel for more relief. Another great option to ease overworked areas is the traditional hot stone aromatherapy, which features deep-tissue massage in 50-and 80-minute sessions.

Facials can target not only the face, but the body as well. For instance, the 50-minute Back Optimizer cleanses and softens the skin on the often-overlooked back. The HydraFacial for the face exfoliates, hydrates

and plumps the face. It is available in 50- and 80-minute sessions and is well worth your time.

Get it all with the Qua Signature Hourglass treatment, available in both 120- and 180-minute sessions. Skincare, massage and body treatments in an unhurried environment are sure to get you feeling amazing. And as long as you’re here, take advantage of hot and cold saunas and the renowned Roman baths. Get ready to say “Aaaaaaah.” –Nina King

Caesars Palace. 702.731.7822

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beneath the Eiffel Tower of Paris Las Vegas, Chéri Rooftop is the place to sip, show off, and take it
in—with picturesque views, photo-worthy cocktails, and fashion-forward
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A Bar By Any Other Name

Enticing lounge at The Venetian hits the sweet spot

Five words you’ll utter as you walk through the doors of Juliet Cocktail Room at The Venetian: “Wow, this place is gorgeous.” Your eyes immediately go to the back wall, where a mirrored, gold-hued bar showcases spirits that line shelves and retro bar stools beckon drinkers to take a seat. The interior design is Victorianinspired opulence mixed with a balanced combination of modern and vintage pieces throughout the space, which includes a sizable main room and an intimate back room that gives off private library vibes.

Equally as visually enticing are Juliet Cocktail Room’s libations. “We put so much emphasis and thought into the design and décor of the space that we knew we needed to continue that theme into our cocktail program,” said Ryan Labbe, owner of Juliet Cocktail Room. “All of our glassware was handpicked and vetted by our team to ensure that it ‘gives a show!’ The cocktails bring energy to the room, and we love that our guests take photos

and share. We want it to be part of the overall experience.”

Eyes do surely dart around the room any time one of Juliet’s specialty cocktails are brought to a table. The glassware is impressive, and the garnishes add the extra flair. But is it only about the looks? Absolutely not; these cocktails are tasteworthy. Two shining stars include the Oak and Orange. “The Oak

Tips/Insider Knowledge

Juliet Cocktail Room is currently offering the Ghost of the Godfather specialty cocktail, priced at $225. It’s a combo of two unique spirits, with Johnnie Walker Blue Label Ghost & Rare, from ghost distilleries around Scotland, and Disaronno Riserva, aged with macerated apricots in young Highland Scotch barrels.

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Perk Try the Here Fishy Fishy shot (serves four) with vodka, strawberry, cherry, fresh lemon and Swedish Fish.
Oak and Orange


The Queen’s Garden


• 1.5 ounces Empress gin

• .5 ounces Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto

• .75 ounces simple syrup

• .75 ounces fresh lemon

• 1 egg white

and Orange is a spin on a Moscow mule, served in a copper mug in the shape of a martini glass with ginger beer, Woodford Reserve and notes of oak and orange,” said Chris Zadie, director of operations. “It is reminiscent of a whiskey Creamsicle cocktail, topped with a little zing from a splash of ginger beer.” The other is The Queen’s Garden. “The Queen’s Garden is a cleaner version of a gin sour with Empress gin and a flavor profile using inspiration from floral notes,” he said. “It is served in an old-fashioned coupe glass with a simplistic modern approach. The taste is tart yet creamy with an egg finish... ”

Throughout the menu, you’ll find cocktails that use a broad spectrum of

“Juliet Cocktail Room is inspired by the most rare, expensive and beautiful rose in the world, the Juliet Rose.” –Ryan Labbe, owner

spirits from gin, bourbon and whiskey to mezcal, tequila and vodka.

And the ingredients added to make up the recipes certainly pique interest; the flavors include rosemary, passion fruit purée, cinnamon syrup and fresh pear juice to Black Bay leaf syrup, fresh honeydew, cucumber and brown butter syrup.

Zadie suggests trying The Cork and Thorn, “a Middle Eastern-inspired libation served in a gold champagne flute with flat rosé, floral notes, rose water and rose syrup, fresh fig and club soda. It is crisp, refreshing and beautiful. “The Green with Envy was inspired by a Starbucks matcha latte. I loved it so much that I thought, ‘Why not make it a cocktail?’ We played around with the green tea matcha, paired with rum,

coconut and pandan leaf syrup and it’s absolutely delicious.”

Once your cocktail craving is answered, Juliet Cocktail Room rounds out the experience with entertainment. “(There are) live pianists with talented and glamorous singers, live DJs and so much more,” said Labbe. “The ambience is enjoyable and ideal for relaxing with a nice cocktail.” Additional entertainment throughout the week includes a rotating lineup of DJs, drummers, singers and pianists.

“Juliet Cocktail Room has something to offer everyone for a memorable night…,” said Labbe. “We have guests who are young and old, and from all walks of life who enjoy the sense of nostalgia Juliet provides—an ode to what lounges once were.” –Kiko Miyasato

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Cocktail photos courtesy of Juliet Cocktail Room, interior image by Chris Wessling

Friends With Benefits

Chris Arthur

General manager helps guests explore fantastic flavors

In Resorts World Las Vegas, you’ll find Co-Op Frosé & Eatery, a bright, welcoming shop offering frosé (frozen rosé), beer on draft, sandwiches, snacks and more. It’s an environment that general manager Chris Arthur thrives in.

Arthur, who grew up in Colorado and Hawaii, spent almost 16 years in a corporate environment honing his people skills before deciding to make a career switch to hospitality. Las Vegas seemed the perfect place for that switch.

After starting in his new industry as a server, Arthur moved to Main St. Provisions in downtown Las Vegas, where he eventually met the district manager for Co-Op Frosé, which was opening a new franchise in Las Vegas. Taking the general manager position at Co-Op Frosé & Eatery seemed a perfect way to marry his hospitality and retail expertise.

“I’m a very social, social person. I love dealing with the public, so when they come in we always greet them with a

• Libation • PomegranateStrawberry Frosé

While here, dive into sweet tasty frosés like the pomegranate-strawberry. All slushy frozen treats are 12% ABV, made with rosé, fresh syrup, cane sugar and fruit purées. The shop offers four free samples, plus cool grab-and-go food and beverage items from around the world. –NK

smile. And we’re always really excited to introduce our new flavors,” Arthur says. He is also a liaison between Resorts World and the shop’s parent company.

In his off hours, Arthur and his wife love exploring, dining at a new restaurant every week, and checking out small towns and the latest Vegas attractions. “That’s what we love to do. We like to find new things that are hidden in Vegas, because there are so many Easter eggs in Vegas.” –Nina King

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Benefit Bring this page into Co-Op Frosé & Eatery, mention Chris, and receive a free 12-ounce frosé (March 31-April 6 only).
Seafood is only the beginning at Aqua

Fans of Shaun Hergatt’s Caviar Bar at Resorts World may despair a bit at not seeing it on the property’s website anymore, but rest easy: Hergatt’s amazing seafood concept is intact, just under a di erent name. Now called Aqua, the restaurant still o ers everything it did before— and a few new additions, including a March Madness-themed menu!

The ornately designed space creates a welcoming feel, with space for those who want to enjoy themselves at the bar or large groups who want to dine in comfort seated in plush booths or at extended tables.

Start with a signature cocktail like the Panda, a blend of Botanist gin, pandan, coconut and yuzu, or the Afternoon Tea, a vodka-forward creation made with Ketel One, Timeless Tea, Early Grey, toasted sesame and lemon. Perfect complements to these are appetizers like shrimp toast topped with caviar sauce and a kale salad bursting with the flavors of Parmesan, feta, prosciutto, pine nuts, almonds and cranberries, all drizzled with a

lemon vinaigrette. If you’re a fan of Jamón Ibérico, arguably the fi nest ham in the world, try the antipasti version here with pan con tomate.

As you would expect, Aqua still serves plenty of caviar, all from the “Caspy Caviar” menu. Whether you order Kaluga, Osetra (or the Golden or Special Reserve editions), it’s all served with homemade blinis, chives and crème fraîche.

Now that your tastebuds have been properly primed, time to dive into the other portions of the massive menu. The raw bar/shellfi sh menu is vast, and again appeals to pescatarians and carnivores. Bluefi n toro, flavored with ginger dressing and chives, salmon tartare, featuring a quail egg, brioche and fennel fronds, and hamachi, served with satsuma vin, ninja radishes, citrus segments and pickled rhubarb, are about as good as it gets, but don’t miss out on other varieties like a half-pound of king crab legs and hot oysters.

Move onto entrées like uni risotto, blending two cultures in one spectacular creation highlighted by sa ron and uni cream; vegetable red curry with Chinese green beans and butternut squash; and spicy fried chicken, this version using hot aca-

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Uni risotto
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Shrimp toast Uni risotto photo by Jose Salinas, hamachi photo by PRA Creativa, all other courtesy photos Kale salad

cia honey and Chinese broccoli in oyster sauce. Seafood fans will have their hands full deciding between Alaskan black cod with sweet potato and ginger purée; Mediterranean




sea bass with fi ngerling potatoes and spinach; and tuna steak in a green yuzu kosho sauce. And red meat fans might want to consider the 8-ounce Australian wagyu beef (No. 9) with beef jus and organic mushrooms.

Make sure to pair any of these with the flavorful sides, from roasted broccolini in sherry vinaigrette and tru e French fries in Parmesan and tru e oil to roasted asparagus smothered with shaved Parmesan.

If you’re here for March Madness, Aqua features a “Ballers & Brackets” menu until April 8, with tasty bites like a Power Forward Poke Nachos with fried wonton chips and spicy ahi, 3 Point Crab Balls with citrus and wasabi aioli, and a Basketball Blini Dunk with 20 grams of caviar.

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Jamón Ibérico Hamachi

Tee off into the ultimate golf tournament viewing party on our massive screens. Indulge in traditional fare at genuine tournament prices, sip on refreshing cocktails, soak up the poolside vibes, and revel in all the excitement of golf’s finest event. Swing by and join us for a celebration you won’t want to miss!



Circa Las Vegas is a 21+ experience. We encourage you to gamble responsibly. For problem gambling, call the Problem Gamblers Helpline at 800.522.4700. circalasvegas.com | @circalasvegas 8 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101 | 702-247-2258
11-14, 2024 GOLF’S

The immersive experience destination west of the Strip is a menagerie of artwork and installations, performance spaces, dance floors, food and beverage options and assorted uplifting indoor and outdoor attractions. It’s a wonderland author Lewis Carroll could appreciate, and would surely under-

stand, if his fictional White Rabbit did not want to be late for massive events such as We’re All Mad Here.

Massive, that is, in both scope and classification. The April 6 event resembles a rave but is next-level in planning, execution and atmosphere. The use of “massive” as a term for a dance music event comes from dancehall reggae


culture, where competing sound systems and promoters battled it out with outdoor parties.

Raves added concepts and themes inspired by children’s classics such as The Wizard of Oz, The Cat in the Hat and

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Go down the rabbit hole with immersive after-dark adventures
Matt Kelemen

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Cosplay became integral as raves gave way to the EDM era. Now We’re All Mad Here has the benefit of taking adventurers down a rabbit hole into an indoor-outdoor wonderland where it’s always teatime for mad hatters.

Belgian techno DJ and producer Charlotte de Witte tops a bill of talent scheduled to play the outdoor A-lot that includes Tiga, Danny Daze, Hiroko Yamamura and Lizzie Aguirre. Justin Jay and The Disco Divers will take over The Portal, while Bodies and Beats will dive into their set inside The Wall.

Costumes and three-dimensional scenic design blur the lines between fantasy and reality, with playing-card

guards and hookah-smoking caterpillars adding to the ambience. Are they hired actors and models or attendees wise to the ways of cosplay? There is no pressure to come in full tea party regalia, but for those who feel out of place without appropriate festive accoutrements, AREA15 has a boutique for that. Wild Muse has a selection of celebratory apparel, art and accessories that range from iconic to eccentric. Massives continue throughout the year at AREA15 with Secret Garden on May 4, a summertime Galactic Zoo, and Halloween-themed ScAREA15. Any visit to one of the large-scale festivals can be complemented with excursions to AREA15 o erings such

as sky-touching aerial ride Lifto , supermarket fantasy world Omega Mart and pinball and games hall Asylum Bar + Arcade.

Art installations can be found any time of day but can take on a special glow after imbibing a Drink Me option at We’re All Mad Here. Outdoor gallery Art Island features Ivan McLean’s fire-breathing metal dragon El Scorcho and Henry Chang’s stainless steel art car Valyrian Steel

There is also a 12-foot-tall skull, Shogyo Mujo by Bart Kresa and Joshua Harker, at the entrance of the main building that is layered with projection mapping synchronized to music. Every angle provides a di erent sightline and a di erent experience, which makes the three-dimensional collaboration a suitable metaphor for AREA15 itself.

Every visit leads to an adventure unlike any undertaken before. And now AREA15 o ers Experience Passes, with four di erent access levels, Level 4 being a three-day pass that gets you into everything at AREA15. Enjoy!

by Bright Light DA
At more than 1,500 shows, Pi the Magic Dragon has reason to celebrate

public’s imagination. Veteran practitioners of prestidigitation such as Pi the Magic Dragon were forced to shed their skins and conjure new innovations in performing for the masses.

Magic was once the realm of wizards and mythical creatures, secrets spells and sorcery. Then Las Vegas sprouted up in the desert and stage illusion productions evolved, with white tigers capturing the

For Pi , who becomes John van der Put o stage, that involved enlisting the aid of Mr. Pi es, a white Chihuahua, and taking audience participation to a new level. He has documented his experience as a magic dragon before moving forward, though, an endeavor that materialized in hardcover format with the printing of

Pi the Magic Book, Volume 1, a 434-page tome of tricks. Look out for it after shows at Pi ’s swag table, alongside stu ed toy replicas of the World’s Only Magic Performing Chihuahua, playing cards and pizza clocks. The latter will make sense to anyone who has seen one of Pi ’s recent shows, where he descends from the rafters and proceeds to pound a beer before creating a rambunctious rapport with the audience.

“I definitely want to get the audience’s attention from the beginning,” said van der Put after a Sunday night show. “And sort of have them thinking, ‘Oh, wait. He could talk to me at any point. I could be in the show at any point.’ That’s something I want to do from the start, is immediately be talking to people.”

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holders who are still texting after the show begins, he has Mr. Piffles shot onstage from a cannon. A natural for his role, Pi es is unfazed by the explosive entrance and remains so throughout the show. Pi es’ fans, who know him from America’s Got Talent and Penn & Teller: Fool Us, react with

a mix of surprise, relief and a ection as Pi es takes his place strapped to Pi ’s torso.

While Pi es goes with the flow, Pi generates the madcap atmosphere that makes each performance feel fresh, like anything can happen.

“With magic, the tricks stay the same, but the audience changes completely,” said van der Put.

Audience members are invited at various points in the show to approach the front of the stage for a direct dragon encounter, with a select few of those invited to come onstage. Sometimes Pi makes a spontaneous decision; sometimes he can tell early on that someone might be perfect for a bit later in the show. Sometimes they’ll let him know they are partly responsible for the more than 925,000 views his year-old YouTube special, Reptile Dysfunction, has received so far.

Pi and puppy have extra reason to (sort of) smile these days: Last year, Pi es turned 16 and Pi celebrated his 1,500th show as a Strip headliner. A TV project starring the two is on the way as well, but for now the best way to come under the spell of a magic dragon—and his ohso-cute dog—is to visit Las Vegas.

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AVOID THE FIGHT that’s sure to come when it’s time to choose where to eat. No tussles over sushi or barbecue, noodles or duck; when you eat at Famous Foods Street Eats, you can have it all.

The 24,000-square-foot Resorts World Las Vegas food hall opened with the property in 2021 and helped solidify a burgeoning food hall scene in Las Vegas. Famous Foods is set o with a cobblestoned “street” leading along an expansive, loose U-shaped area, with the stalls ranged up and down the U, and across from it, near the casino. A wall of windows opposite allows natural light to pour into the hall across multiple seating areas.

The food hall channels street cuisines from across the globe, with an emphasis on Asian cuisine, from Chinese to Malaysian. Many menus were

designed by established names in the global food arena, from Bib Gourmand and Michelin Plate concepts to James Beard Award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson. Since opening, several new food experiences have been added to the hall.

For cocktails, in the very center is the circular Famous Foods Center

Famous Foods Street Eats features global cuisine in a vibrant setting

Bar, which is accented by colorful neon signs advertising wines, cocktails and spirits, with bar seating and TVs surrounding it, making for a cool hang during the day or night. There’s also a speakeasy, Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den, in the form of a gift shop with a hidden entrance to the nightlife venue. Plus, di erent drinks are available at multiple stalls.

Some of the more celebrated o erings include Kuru Kuru Pa from DJ Steve Aoki and his restaurateur brother Kevin Aoki (the Aokis’ father was behind the creation of Benihana). This Japanese, anime-inspired stall features a Snake River Farms wagyu bowl, kimchi, and the Chibi chicken bowl. Check out the screen touting The Yakitori Adventures of Chibi Aoki next to the menu board.

Get Samuelsson’s famous hot and spicy fried chicken and wings at Streetbird. The stall also o ers

Impossible’s chicken nuggets, giving vegans a hearty snack to dip in signature sauces.

Pepita’s Kitchen comes courtesy of the Lechon Diva, Dedet de la Fuente, who is known in the Philippines for suckling pig creations. That influence shines here, where you see the suckling pig prominently on display in the corner stall. The lechon and

tru ed rice includes fire-roasted pork, shitake and tru e rice along with the crispy skin.

Zouk Group’s popular Resorts World restaurant, FUHU, is also represented with Fuhu Shack , serving roast Peking duck in several styles. Nearby is a sitdown restaurant, Cha Chaan Teng, with an extensive menu from several Asian cuisines like Thai, Vietnamese,

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and Chinese, and includes dim sum, shrimp har gow, congee, noodle soup, and a whole crispy Peking duck.

At Nori Bar Sushi, Sake & Handroll, there’s a long sushi bar providing plenty of seating, with made-to-order handrolls and sashimi. You can also order sakes, matcha, seasonal tea and Japanese beer. One of the best things are the roll sets, starting at only $23. What else? There’s so much, like Boon Tong Kee. You’ll find decades-old recipe Singapore chicken rice, with chicken on a bed of flavorful chicken broth-infused rice. Googgle Man’s Char Kuey Teow serves up egg and rice noodles stir-fried with seafood and vegetables on charcoal-fired stoves. Burger Barn by Famous Foods Street Eats serves American staples like the cheeseburger, but also the Lucky Tiger Burger, with teriyaki sauce, tobanjan slaw, cheese and kimchi mayonnaise.

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A newer o ering is Han’s Fish & Chips, where you can get a plate of the traditional U.K. dishes with cod or haddock and fries, or get it tucked in a bun. And yes, malt vinegar comes with it. For Thai flavor, visit Ten Suns Braised Beef, a Bangkok eatery that earned Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand recognition, and serves up egg noodles in beef broth, with brisket or steak options.

Geylang Claypot Rice is a decades-old Singaporean restaurant that has earned a Michelin Plate award. You’ll find beef and chicken options, with ingredients like salted cod, preserved cabbage, poached eggs and more, plus a vegetarian one, too, with maitake mushrooms, peppers and onion yu choy and a vegan oyster sauce.

street tacos and combo plates with di erent proteins, and a plate of “super nachos.” Tiger Sugar is famous for its brown sugar milk tea, and you can get a crazy amount of tea variations!

A little farther back in the food court is the large circular dessert

stall, Sweet Eats, with an enormous illuminated lucky cat floating overhead. Depending on the day, you’ll find flavored ice, cakes, and custom-dipped candy apples. It’s the perfect ending to a meal, or, even better, perfect all on its own.

hand-pulled thin noodles with minced

Want more? Hara Juku Ramen features the Build-A-Ramen with basic broth and noodles. Choose from a list of classic and inventive ramen addins. Wu Zhang Artisan Noodles has hand-pulled thin noodles with minced pork gravy, while next door at Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling (a 2020 Bib Gormand choice), get jiaozi dumplings, and pan-fried bao. There’s a vegetarian option, here, too.


becue with brisket and pulled salad.

Blood Bros Texas Barhails from Houston, with brisket and pulled pork, roasted jalapeño creamed corn, and potato salad. But there’s Asian influence, here, too, with shichimi togarashi dusted turkey breast and brisket fried rice.

influence, here, too, with dusted

Two Sugar

items, sit on the casino side of Famous at

Two new installations, Michos Tacos and Tiger , along with kiosks o ering cups and figurines and other small items, sit on the casino side of Famous Foods, and add to the “street” feel (order at the kiosks here). Michos Tacos o ers aguas frescas, micheladas,

A cashless ordering experience provides a handy way to order from the stalls, and also seems like a great way to mitigate long lines. Alongside each stall is a flag corresponding to the origin of the cuisine.

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Geylang Claypot Rice and Sweet Eats photos by Meg Blair, all other courtesy photos

Talking technicalities with Dita Von Teese

The Queen of Modern Burlesque took over Jubilee Theater last year with an inspired production like no other. And her highness, Dita Von Teese herself, chatted with Las Vegas Magazine about using pieces of Vegas history, diversity in casting and more.

In casting Dita Las Vegas: A Jubilant Revue, did you intentionally choose such a diverse group of performers or did that sort of naturally happen?

It’s something I’ve always done in my touring shows. It just happened to be because I found that so many of the great burlesque performers are unique and di erent, and I wanted to change people’s minds about burlesque … I have two authentic burlesque performers in this Vegas show, but I also wanted to cast a lot of dancers. And I have to say, it’s not a thing in Vegas to cast for diversity, so it’s not even that easy to do. But I did it, of course.

Were there challenges you faced using the original Jubilee! set pieces and costumes?

Not really, because I dive into the history of everything–that’s my expertise. I was working directly with someone

Photoby Albert Sanchez/Pedro Zalba

Jubilee! and we have several people working on the costumes that worked with the show before, so they know a lot … It was very important to me that everything gets treated well and that things don’t get misused. I have a great reverence for what Jubilee! was and for what the

Vegas showgirl was and how we can pay homage to that but also advance it and capture the spirit of it without totally imitating.


How did you strike a balance between paying homage to Jubilee! while creating a show that’s undeniably Dita? Well, the show, make no mistake, is not a redo of Jubilee!—I brought my 30 years of life’s work into this show, so it had to always be my signature. The act is full of strip-scapes that I created with my longtime partner, Catherine D’Lish, and so you have all my (original acts). You have all of my martini and champagne glasses all onstage at once, my giant powder compact, my carousel horses, my big, gilded shell–my Venus shell. It’s pretty much almost everything I ever did, done in a big way and with other performers doing the numbers under my direction … It’s my life’s work in one show for the first time ever. And there were things that I wanted to stay true to when it comes to my brand of burlesque. For instance, Jubilee! was a topless revue and I love the aesthetic of the crystallized pasties, so those are in there. That’s not a showgirl thing, that’s just a little nod to the golden age of burlesque that I bring in there.

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visit lasvegasmagazine.com for an extended version of this interview.


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Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club The former Everybody Loves Raymond star brings his signature sense of humor to the Strip, where he occasionally headlines along with other comedians. MGM Grand, 21+. bradgarrettcomedy.com

Carrot Top High-energy, rock ’n’ roll comedy show uses strobe lights, props, smoke machines and thunderous rock music. He uses about 200 of them in each performance. Luxor, 16+. 702.262.4400

Comedy Cellar The iconic New York City club brings its unique atmosphere and quality stand-up to Vegas. Rio Las Vegas. 866.746.7671

Gordie Brown Combining master impersonations with comedy and song, Brown’s take-offs include Clint Eastwood, Garry Shandling, Robert De Niro and more. Golden Nugget. ticketmaster.com

Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club Catch renowned comedians and up-and-coming stand-ups in a club designed and curated by hometown hero Jimmy Kimmel. The Linq Promenade. 855.234.7469

L.A. Comedy Club A weekly lineup of well-known headliners and up-and-coming comedians take the spotlight. The STRAT, 21+. bestvegascomedy.com

Tape Face Reviving and reinvigorating the silent art of mime, America’s Got Talent finalist Tape Face creates a fun and inviting show through simple, clever humor. MGM Grand. mgmgrand.mgmresorts.com

Vegas Stand Up & Rock Bringing comedy and music to the same stage, this venue boasts a rotating lineup of artists. OYO Hotel and Casino. lvstandup.com

Westgate’s Comedy Cabaret Enjoy the talents of some of the top names in stand-up. Westgate Las Vegas. westgateresorts.com

Wiseguys Live Comedy Have a laugh at one of two locations with well-known acts. 1511 S. Main Street, 6593 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Suite B-222. 702.272.0786


Barry Manilow Expect to hear all your favorites from this master showman, from “Mandy” to “Copacabana” 5+. westgateresorts.com

Carrie Underwood: Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency The three-time ACM Entertainer of the Year brings her talents to the Strip. Resorts World Las Vegas. axs.com

Christina Aguilera Experience the singer’s music in an intimate venue that allows fans to be completely immersed. The Venetian. ticketmaster.com

Don Omar MGM Grand, 8 p.m. April 4, starting at $70 plus tax and fee. axs.com

Fey Mandalay Bay, 7 p.m. March 31, starting at $69 plus tax and fee. ticketmaster.com

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons Hear the timeless classics you know and love from the legendary performer. Westgate Las Vegas. ticketmaster.com

Foreigner: Feels Like The Last Time Farewell

Tour Rock out with one of your favorite bands . Expect

to hear hits like “Juke Box Hero” and “Cold As Ice.”. The Venetian. ticketmaster.com

Garth Brooks/Plus ONE The country music singer and songwriter wows with hits, unique performances, special guests and surprises that practically mandate return visits. Caesars Palace. ticketmaster.com

An Intimate Evening with Santana: Greatest Hits Live Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and 10-time Grammy winner Carlos Santana headlines in this intimate venue. Mandalay Bay. 702.632.7600

Kool & The Gang Get down to iconic songs from the band that’s been making tunes since 1969. Westgate Las Vegas. ticketmaster.com

Kylie Minogue: More Than Just a Residency Party with the pop sensation in a, 1,000-seat venue. The Venetian. voltairelv.com

Lauryn Hill Park MGM, 8:30 p.m. April 6, starting at $118 plus tax and fee. ticketmaster.com

Maroon 5: The Las Vegas Residency Award-winning pop group Maroon 5 brings its greatest hits to Las Vegas. Park MGM, ticketmaster.com

Ministry and Gary Numan Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, 7 p.m. April 4, starting at $39, tax and fee. axs.com

Miranda Lambert: Velvet Rodeo The Las Vegas Residency The Queen of Modern Country plays her greatest hits as she takes you on a musical journey. Planet Hollywood. ticketmaster.com

Raiding the Rock Vault Classic rock hits with ensemble performances by current or former members of Whitesnake, Bon Jovi, Heart, Survivor, REO Speedwagon and more. Hard Rock Café, 5+. 702.777.2782

Rod Stewart: The Hits. The rock ’n’ roll icon performs legendary hits spanning more than five decades, including “Maggie May” and “Hot Legs.” Caesars Palace. ticketmaster.com

Social Distortion and Bad Religion Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, 7 p.m. April 6 and 13, starting at $139 plus tax and fee. ticketmaster.com

Soul of Motown High-energy show honors Motown-era legends such as The Temptations, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, The Jackson 5 and Marvin Gaye. Westgate Las Vegas, 5+. ticketmaster.com

Wayne: Up Close and Personal Through a combination of song, video clips and storytelling, Mr. Las Vegas Wayne Newton takes fans on a tour of his storied, amazing life. Flamingo. ticketmaster.com

Weekends With Adele Hello from the Colosseum! Enjoy the English songstress’ beloved ballads and pop tunes. Caesars Palace. ticketmaster.com


Criss Angel MINDFREAK One of the biggest names in magic brings some of his biggest illusions ever to the stage, backed by pyrotechnics, lighting effects and video. Planet Hollywood. 702.777.2782

David Copperfield The world-famous illusionist has walked through the Great Wall of China and made the Statue of Liberty disappear. Expect his Vegas show to be filled with both sleight of hand and his renowned grand illusions. MGM Grand, 5+. 702.891.1111

The Magic of Jen Kramer She doesn’t have any tricks up her sleeve … rather, the Yale graduate astounds audiences with magic of the mind, turning what seems impossible into the impossible-to-ignore. Westgate Las Vegas, 5+. westgateresorts.com

The Mac King Comedy Magic Show At an early age, this Kentucky native developed a passion for illusions. King’s dream led him to Vegas, and today he’s mystifying people and making them laugh at the same time. Excalibur. 702.597.7600

Mat Franco—Magic Reinvented Nightly The America’s Got Talent winner has a lot of tricks up his sleeves and is ready to unleash them. This show is fun for the entire family! The Linq. ticketmaster.com

Penn & Teller The duo offers up some slightly inhumane humor, spirited practical jokes and a lot of awesome feats of trickery with a little fire-swallowing thrown in. Many of their illusions are done in a way as to allow audiences to see the inner workings of the tricks Rio Las Vegas, 4+. 866.746.7671

Piff the Magic Dragon This magician/comedian mixes magic with sardonic wit to great effect. And Mr. Piffles, his pet Chihuahua, oversees the whole thing Flamingo, 8+. 702.777.2782

Shin Lim: Limitless The magician, an America’s Got Talent winner, has redefined close-up magic with precise, self-choreographed routines and a style that’s poetic. The Mirage, 5+. ticketmaster.com


Chippendales Some of the hottest men in Vegas with singing, dancing, and up-close interaction. Rio Las Vegas, 18+. 866.746.7671

Fantasy: The Strip’s Sexiest Tease Fun for singles and couples alike, the seductive revue features 15 numbers full of steamy choreography, powerhouse vocals and high-energy music. Luxor, 18+. 702.262.4400

Lady Like Bringing a modern, yet retro concept to the stage, this show features a fun plot, talented performers and a touch of humor. Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, 18+. etix.com

ROUGE Get naughty at this coed erotic show, featuring acrobats, aerialists, comedians and more. The STRAT, 18+. tickets.thestrat.com

Thunder From Down Under This Australian import presents sexy dance routines, cheeky humor and boynext-door charm. Excalibur, 18+. 702.597.7600

“X” Burlesque In an homage to the classic art form, beautiful topless dancers perform imaginatively staged numbers. Flamingo, 18+. 702.777.2782

“X” Country Giddy up as the “X” Country women in this bare-skinned adult show dance to popular country songs. Harrah’s Las Vegas, 18+. 702.777.2782


BattleBots: Destruct-A-Thon You’ve seen the TV show—now see the metal machine melee live and in person! All your favorite competitors will be there. Caesars Entertainment Studios at Horseshoe Las Vegas. ticketmaster.com

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Vancouver Canucks T-Mobile Arena, 7 p.m. April 2, prices vary. axs.com

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Absinthe Perhaps the world’s sexiest adult-themed circus, right to the Strip! Be mesmerized as exotic burlesque, vaudeville and circus acts unfold. Caesars Palace, 18+. spiegelworld.com or 702.534.3419

America’s Got Talent Presents SUPERSTARS

Live Featuring some of the best acts from the famed TV show, including comedy, music, dance, mentalism and more. Luxor. 702.262.4400

Atomic Saloon Show The creators of Absinthe have made the Wild West even wilder, with scenes described as “Blazing Saddles meets America’s Got Talent meets Westworld.” The Venetian. 702.534.3419

The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil LOVE brings the magic of Cirque du Soleil together with the spirit and music of The Beatles to create a visually stunning entertainment experience. The Mirage. 702.792.7777

Belle De Nuit This eclectic show features aerialists, acrobats and dancers in a high-energy, Studio 54-themed production. The Venetian. voltairelv.com

Blue Man Group An international sensation that combines comedy, theater, rock concert and dance party for an experience you’ll never forget—a euphoric celebration of life in full color. Luxor. 702.262.4400

Broadway in the Hood’s Little Shop of Horrors Palms, 3 and 8 p.m. April 6, free. broadwayinthehood.org

Dita Las Vegas: A Jubilant Revue See the Queen of Burlesque perform in her Jubilee!-inspired residency, which incorporates some of the variety production’s original costumes and sets. Horseshoe Las Vegas. ticketmaster.com

Drag Brunch Enjoy some of the most well-known female impersonators around while delving into a buffet-style brunch. Treasure Island. 702.337.7577

Donny Osmond From singing and dancing to comedy, this master showman does it all, giving his fans a look back on his six decades in show business. Harrah’s Las Vegas. ticketmaster.com

iLuminate Incredible dance moves combine with state-of-the-art technology for an exhilarating evening. The STRAT, 5+. tickets.thestrat.com

Jabbawockeez Take a trip through decades of music styles—everything from swing to Wu-Tang Clan—while enjoying some of the most amazing dance moves you’ll ever see. MGM Grand. 702.531.3826

KÀ This Cirque du Soleil show combines acrobatics, martial arts, puppetry and pyrotechnics in an unprecedented performance space. It’s the epic story of separated twins who embark on incredible journeys and fulfill their destinies. MGM Grand. 702.891.1111

Mad Apple Inspired by the excitement of New York City nightlife, Cirque du Soleil delivers a dynamic production with comedians and magicians alongside its iconic acrobatic and dance acts. New York-New York, 18+. 866.606.7111

Menopause The Musical When four women of a certain age meet, there’s a lack of estrogen, but there’s no shortage of laughs. Parodies of pop hits from the ’60s and ’70s leave no symptom of The Change ignored. Harrah’s Las Vegas. 702.777.2782

Michael Jackson ONE Cirque du Soleil explores the King of Pop’s greatest hits in this theatrical spectacular. Inspired by Jackson’s music, four misfits find themselves on an adventure that personifies the entertainer’s legacy. Mandalay Bay. 702.632.7580

Mystère Created by Cirque du Soleil, Mystère is a magnificent production that blends of circus arts and street performance, colorful and outrageous costumes, dramatic sets and original live music using the power of imagination. Treasure Island. 702.894.7722

“O” This Cirque du Soleil production’s centerpiece is a 25-foot-deep pool that holds 1.5 million gallons of water. It serves as a stage to showcase high-divers and synchronized swimmers. Hydraulic platforms rise to create a solid surface on which acrobats, fire dancers and contortionists perform. Bellagio. 702.693.7068

Potted Potter Enjoy the magic of all 7 Harry Potter books condensed into a fantastically funny comedy magic show perfect for ages 6 to Dumbledore. Horseshoe Las Vegas. 855.234.7469

RuPaul’s Drag Race Live! This interactive production features all the outrageous comedy and eye-popping fashions you love from RuPaul’s Drag Race, mixed with over-the-top singing and dancing. Flamingo. ticketmaster.com

Terry Fator: Who’s the Dummy Now? America’s Got Talent winner and unparalleled ventriloquist Fator communicates through puppets such as Winston the Impersonating Turtle and the lovable Emma Taylor. He’s also a talented singer and celebrity impersonator. New York-New York. 866.606.7111

Tournament of Kings Evil characters challenge the good guys such as King Arthur and Prince Christopher. Watch kings joust, dragon-warriors fight and beautiful damsels dance, while you have a wonderful dinner. Excalibur. 702.597.7600

WOW–The Vegas Spectacular Be transported to a world of water and wonder. Thirty artists fly, flip, dance and defy imagination in a 180-degree setting with holograms and finalists from America’s Got Talent! Rio Las Vegas, 4+. 866.746.7671


The Australian Bee Gees Show Performing since 1996, the tribute band brings the sound of the legendary Bee Gees to life with superb sound, graphics and lighting. Excalibur. 702.597.7600

Spice Wannabe—The Spice Girls Tribute They know what you want. What you really, really want. Blast back to the past with this ’90s throwback tribute to the best-selling girl group of all time. Excalibur. excalibur.mgmresorts.com


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The following is a select list of some of the top Las Vegas restaurants. The capsule reviews have been written by the Las Vegas Magazine staff. Subject to change.

Around the Valley

Battista’s Hole in the Wall Enjoy Italian favorites such as eggplant Parmigiana and linguini with chopped clams. 4041 Linq Lane. 702.732.1424 $$$

Buca di Beppo Family-style items such as spaghetti with meatballs and veal saltimbocca 412 E. Flamingo Road. 702.866.2867 & 7690 W. Lake Mead Blvd. 702.363.6524 $$

Brooklyn’s Best Pizza & Pasta The family-style pizzas are superb, but don’t sleep on menu items like fried calamari and ravioli, hero sandwiches and fully loaded burgers. 241 W. Charleston Blvd. 702.445.4645 $

Dick’s Last Resort Sassy service, outlandish decor and giant portions. 3200 Las Vegas Blvd., Suite D700. 702.479.1266 $

Hard Rock Cafe Everything from live music to casual American dining, plus a cool gift shop. And check out the music memorabilia and history throughout. 3771 Las Vegas Blvd. S., No. 120. 702.733.7625 $$

The Pepper Club Chef Todd English serves a fresh culinary vision at this Japanese-Mediterranean fusion spot. 921 S. Main St. 725.228.2393 $$$

Ahern Hotel

Aroma Barista Bar Snack on freshly baked pastries and breads or fill up with a sandwich alongside your coffee. 725.214.4800 $

Joel’s Chophouse Enjoy steaks and classic American fare in a casual dining room. 725.214.4950 $$

Ottimo Gourmet Kitchen & Pizzeria Serving up New York-style pizza and housemade pasta.  725.214.4800 $


Bardot Brasserie Michael Mina embraces French cuisine in this tribute to the classic Parisian brasserie. 702.590.8610 $$$

Blossom An enchanted garden is the template for a vibrant evening of authentic Chinese fare. 702.590.8620 $$$

Carbone The Vegas outpost of this Italian-American restaurant presents a luxurious dining experience with captains who deliver exquisite service from beginning to end. 702.590.2663 $$$

Catch Globally inspired high-end seafood dishes make this one of the go-to restaurants for A-list celebrities. 702.590.5757 $$$$

Cathédrale Expect decadent French-Mediterranean cuisine from the Las Vegas outpost of this New York City favorite. cathedralerestaurant.com $$$

Din Tai Fung World-renowned noodle and dumpling house specializes in Xiao Long Bao, a Shanghai-style soup dumpling. 702.590.8650 $$

Javier’s Dine on seafood, chicken and steak dishes created with Mexican flair, plus an array of premium tequilas and signature margaritas. 702.590.3637 $$$

Jean Georges Steakhouse Meats are flown in daily from around the world to the Michelin three-star chef’s steakhouse. 702.590.8660 $$$$

Julian Serrano Tapas Tapas from Spain are this menu’s stars, and you’ll find plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free options! 702.590.8520 $$$

Lemongrass This Thai restaurants on the Strip curries favor with its satay bar. 702.590.8670 $$

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Posh Burger This hamburger joint serves up all kinds of burgers, from a single-patty sandwich to a gourmet one with wagyu beef. 702.590.7888 $

Proper Eats Food Hall Enjoy elevated eats in a fast, casual setting. Highlights include Pizzaoki, Laughing Buddha Ramen, Seoul Bird and Shalom Y’all. 702.590.8664 $

Salt & Ivy California coastal-inspired dishes and specialty cocktails. 702.590.9899 $$


Harvest Delight in stone-oven seafood preparations, grilled dry-aged and grass-fed beef, charcuterie and vegan options  702.693.8800 $$$

Jasmine Enjoy the exotic flavors and aromas of traditional Hong Kong Cantonese cuisine as well as signature Szechwan and Hunan dishes. 702.693.8166 $$

Lago by Julian Serrano Dishes include artisanal pizzas, fresh pastas and top cuts of meat in a lakeside locale. 702.693.8888 $$$

Le Cirque Beneath a silk ceiling you dine at the center of the universe. Le Cirque dictates style and elegance via its award-winning creations 702.693.8100 $$$$

The Mayfair Supper Club The restaurant brings guests back to the glamor and class of old Vegas, mixing elegant dishes with live entertainment and a view of the Fountains of Bellagio. 702.693.8876 $$$

Michael Mina Luckily for you, chef Michael Mina can’t leave seafood alone. Don’t miss the extensive list of wines. 702.693.7223 $$$$

Noodles Admire the sleek wall of noodles as you taste the many dishes and flavors of Southeast Asia. 702.693.8131 $$

Picasso There’s nothing blue about this experience! The only difficult time you’ll have is deciding who is a better artist: the Spanish painter or chef Julian Serrano. 702.693.8105 $$$$

Prime Steakhouse Any steak lover in Vegas will tell you Prime is No. 1. Nothing can subtract from your having a grand time. 702.693.8484 $$$$

Sadelle’s Café Up your brunch game with signature dishes like fried chicken, sticky buns and the mammoth Sadelle’s bagel tower. 702.693.7356 $$

Spago Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restaurant features homemade pastas, wood-oven pizzas, fresh seafood and prime steaks. 702.693.8181 $$$

Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge

A mix of traditional and modern Japanese cuisine, all in an elegant, relaxing setting. 702.730.3900 $$$

Caesars Palace

Amalfi by Bobby Flay Flay’s newest restaurant in Vegas celebrates flavors of the Italian coast, with handmade pasta and fresh seafood. 702.650.5965 $$$$

Bacchanal Buffet This buffet is the largest in Vegas and features interactive kitchens, daily chef specials and many new dishes 702.731.7928 $$$

Beijing Noodle No. 9 Northern Chinese creations abound in this casual noodle shop with much more on the menu. 877.346.4642 $$

Brasserie B by Bobby Flay Indulge inFfrench-inspired dishes and libations from your favorite TV chef, Bobby Flay. 866.227.5938 $$$

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill This rustic pub features traditional English dishes and a wide variety of beer, both on tap and bottled. 702.731.7410 $$

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay delights with signature dishes like beef Wellington and a Red and Blue Kitchen theme. 702.731.7373 $$$

Mr Chow Be transported to China with Beijing-inspired cuisine served family-style at this world renowned dining outpost 702.731.7888 $$$

Nobu Las Vegas Chef Nobu Matsuhisa presents teppanyaki tables, a sushi bar and bar and lounge. 702.785.6628 $$$

Peter Luger Steak House Maintaining a commitment to serving the highest quality beef, this Vegas outpost of the New York restaurant even has its own state-of-the-art dry-aging room. caesars.com $$$

Pronto by Giada Celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis serves signature Italian dishes, pastries and paninis for breakfast and lunch daily. 702.731.7266 $

Restaurant Guy Savoy Three-Star Michelin chef Guy Savoy opened his first restaurant outside of Paris here. 702.731.7286 $$$$

Stanton Social Prime Chris Santos presents signature shareable dishes, including French onion soup dumplings and pierogies. 702.650.5985 $$$

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Carmine’s Las Vegas This famed N.Y. Italian eatery serves pastas, seafood entrées and homestyle antipasto. 702.473.9700 $$

The Cheesecake Factory Enjoy an incredibly wide range of cuisines and cheesecakes, plus salads, superfoods and lunch specials. 702.792.6888 $$

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab Lauded dishes from ocean and land. 702.792.9222 $$$

The Palm There’s steak, lobster and more at this spot frequented by Vegas entertainers. 702.732.7256 $$$

RPM Italian Offering more than a dozen fresh handmade pastas, a wide selection of antipasti, crudo, steaks and more. 702.860.2225 $$$

SOL Mexican Cocina Enjoy elevated and inventive Mexican cuisine and beverages in a trendy, minimalist setting. 702.329.0884 $$$

Stanton Social Prime Chef Chris Santos brings his signature shareable dishes including pierogies to the Strip. 702.650.5985 $$$

Sushi Roku Bridging the gap between traditional and contemporary forms of Japanese cuisine. 702.733.7373 $$$

Trevi Get Italian food while dining in a dynamic spot with a prime view near fountains. 702.735.4663 $$

True Food Kitchen This health-conscious eatery offers inventive dishes that are great for your tastebuds and your body. 702.340.2600 $$

Water Grill Guests are transported to the sea with live products in salt-water tanks and a menu packed with fresh seafood. 702.832.4777 $$$

Circa Resort & Casino

8 East Dumplings, wontons, skewers, pot stickers and more abound on this menu inspired by metropolitan Asian food markets 702.726.5508 $$

Barry’s Downtown Prime There’s something for everyone at this world-class steakhouse. 702.726.5504 $$$

Jack Pots If you’ve never tried Michigan’s own Zingerman’s Coffee, you really need to check this out. 702.247.2258 $

Project BBQ Fans of Carolina-style barbecue will find much to enjoy at this “food truck,” accessible from the Fremont Street Experience. 702.726.5491 $$

Saginaw’s Delicatessen From its famous Reuben to matzo ball soup, prime rib and latkes, this delicatessen will keep you coming back for more. 702.726.5506 $$

Victory Burger & Wings Wings, specialty burgers, and irresistible appetizers make the menu at this sports bar. 702.726.5505 $

Circus Circus

The Steak House A legendary go-to spot for mesquite-grilled steaks, prime rib, lobster, lamb chops and crab legs. 702.794.3767 $$$

The Cromwell

Giada The Food Network star showcases California-influenced Italian fare in the first restaurant she opened in Vegas. 855.442.3271 $$$

The D

American Coney Island The Detroit original gets served up Vegas-style! Don’t forget the restaurant’s famous Coney Island chili sauce. 702.388.2400 $

Andiamo Steakhouse The Italian restaurant serves handmade pastas and quality cuts of meat, with many sourced from top purveyors. 702.388.2220 $$$

Bacon Nation Satisfy your bacon desires at this 24/7 eatery with bacon tasting flights, the reverse BLT and maple bacon cheesecake. baconnationlv.com $$

Downtown Grand

Freedom Beat Dishes like Wisconsin cheese curds, a Philly cheesesteak sandwich and ale-battered Alaskan cod. 702.719.5315 $$

Triple George Grill San Francisco-style seafood and steakhouse with an old-fashioned ambience. 702.384.2761 $$


Buca di Beppo Italian favorites such as spaghetti with meatballs and lasagna. 702.795.1010 $$

Dick’s Last Resort Sassy service, outlandish décor and giant portions set the tone. 702.597.7991 $$


Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse It’s both a nod to Las Vegas’ history and a superb showcase for amazing appetizers, entrées and cocktails. 702.733.3111 $$$

Carlos ’n Charlie’s Mexican favorites such as fajitas, enchiladas, margaritas and sangria. 702.522.9254 $$

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Margaritaville Some people claim that there’s no better place to spend a few hours. And we think they are right. 702.733.3302 $$

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

Veranda Enjoy modern American cuisine in the dining room or on a stylish garden terrace. A relaxing experience. 702.632.5121 $$

FSLV—Fashion Show Las Vegas

Ambrosia Cafe & Bar Quality ingredients, curated wines and five generations of Italian heritage make this eatery a must-stop location. 725.205.4076 $$

Benihana Chefs prepare Japanese cuisine exhibition-style on teppanyaki tables. 702.820.3080 $$$

The Capital Grille Dry-aged, hand-cut steaks along with more than 350 selections of wine. 702.932.6631 $$

Emmitt’s Vegas Indulge in Southern favorites, hand-crafted cocktails and rich butter cake at this lively dining destination. emmittsvegas.com $$

Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse This churrascaria will leave you satisfied, with a large selection of fresh meats brought to your table. 702.602.0384 $$

Happy Camper Pizza, drinks and a fun atmosphere make this patio the place to be. happycamper.pizza $

Jeannie’s Pizza is the star, but also enjoy a selection of salads, pastas and warm sandwiches known as “toasties” inside Nordstrom. 702.784.1610 $$

Maggiano’s Little Italy Italian-American cuisine with such items as rigatoni with marsala sauce and gnocchi with Italian sausage. 702.732.2550 $$

Ra Sushi Offers a variety of Japanese cuisine as well as a large sushi bar. 702.696.0008 $$

El Segundo Sol Features a tequila tasting room and authentic Mexican cuisine. 702.258.1211 $$

Golden Nugget

Cadillac Mexican Kitchen Enjoy a variety of tapas, tacos, specialty margaritas and an extensive list of high-end tequilas. 702.386.8242 $

Chart House Feast on seafood and steaks while watching exotic fish swim. 702.386.8364 $$$

Claim Jumper Hearty burgers, sandwiches, pastas, seafood and entrées like chicken pot pie and chicken fried steak. 702.386.8238 $$

Grotto Italian Ristorante Grab a pizza from the excellent Italian joint 702.386.8341 $

Saltgrass Steak House A lineup of tender, mouthwatering steaks is accompanied by fresh seafood, barbecue ribs and juicy burgers. 702.474.2588 $$

Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse Restaurant group Landry’s presents a version of its acclaimed Houston steakhouse. 702.386.8399 $$$

Grand Bazaar Shops

Dave’s Hot Chicken A grab-and-go location for the famous dish. 725.229.7300 $

Giordano’s The heritage of Chicago deep dish pizza is evident in the flaky, fluffy crust. 702.850.2420 $$

Ole Red Las Vegas This four-story entertainment venue features a full bar and restaurants inspired by country music legend Blake Shelton. olered.com

Ramen-Ya Resembles ramen houses in Japan with hot ramen, rice dishes and sushi rolls. 702.586.6889 $

Wahlburgers Enjoy quality, house-made burgers and Wahlberg family favorites, such as mac ’n’ cheese with smoked bacon. 702.405.9090 $

The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian

The Alley Refresh with artisanal teas, sweetened with handcrafted cane sugar syrup and elevated with addons like freshly prepared “Deerioca.” 702.330.0807 $

Buddy V’s Ristorante Showcases Buddy Valastro’s Italian-American cuisine. 702.607.2355 $$

Canaletto This Italian cuisine imparts a true sense of Venice. A wonderful place for the whole family. 702.733.0070 $$

Cañonita The flavors of Old Mexico come alive in this bright setting. 702.420.2561 $$

Carlo’s Bakery Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro’s first Vegas bakery features such signature goodies as crumb cake and cannoli. 702.607.2356 $

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria Coal-fired brick-oven pizzas are topped with mouthwatering ingredients and served in an intimate setting. 702.754.3450 $

Lobster ME Get classic lobster rolls that are packed with Maine lobster, served deli-counter style. 702.912.0777 $

Mercato della Pescheria Italian restaurant inspired by the quaint fish markets off the coast of Italy. 702.837.0309 $$$

Smith & Wollensky “America’s Steakhouse” offers a variety of flavorful dishes like a 24-ounce rib-eye and a rotisserie roasted chicken. 702.637.1515 $$$$

Sushi Samba A unique blend of Brazilian, Peruvian and Japanese cuisine. Indulge in sizzling meats, sushi, sashimi and ceviche. 702.607.0700 $$$

Tao Asian Bistro Specializing in Hong Kong, Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisine. 702.388.8338 $$

Trattoria Reggiano Signature dishes like filet mignon meatballs. 702.369.2053 $$

Zeppola Café Indulge in classic Italian sweets and baked treats from this Vegas outpost of a New York favorite. 725.204.6595 $

Harrah’s Las Vegas

PizzaCake Cake Boss’ Buddy Valastro’s fast-casual dining concept features a walk-up window for pizza, as well as a cake ATM. 702.369.5277 $

Ramsay’s Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay Enjoy original Gordon Ramsay specialties such as beef Wellington and sticky toffee pudding, served up with a little Vegas flair. 800.214.9110 $$

Ruth’s Chris Steak House The renowned steakhouse is known for its signature cuts of meat, broiled in a trademark 1,800-degree oven. 702.693.6000 $$$

Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux Dine a sports bar setting with a Louisiana-inspired menu 702.693.6111 $$

Hilton Garden Inn

Garden Grille Enjoy steaks and seafood plus a variety of other American favorites here. 702.322.9000 $$

Hilton Lake Las Vegas

Medici Café and Patio The flavors of Italy and wholesome, seasonal fare prepared in an open kitchen. 702.567.4700 $$

Horseshoe Las Vegas

Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Sports Kitchen Nosh on game-day favorites and inventive, over-the-top fare. 702.794.3139 $$

Jack Binion’s Steak Indulge in steaks, seafood, sides and sweets, along with signature cocktails and a warm, inviting atmosphere. 702.967.4711 $$$

JW Marriott

Hawthorn Grill A cozy, romantic steakhouse serving American classics. 702.507.5900 $$$

Jade Asian Kitchen & Noodles Nosh on Chinese wok favorites, sushi, ramen and robata-grilled dishes. 702.869.7900 $$

Las Vegas Marriott Café325 American menu with steak and seafood. 702.650.2000 $$

The Linq Hotel

Buddy’s Jersey Eats Enjoy Jersey-style street food and sweet treats straight from the window of this food truck. buddysjerseyeats.com $

The Boss Cafe by Buddy Valastro Serving casual Italian fare. 775.490.2873 $$

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar The celebrity chef and host of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives shows off his flair for bold, in-your-face fare. 702.794.3139 $$

Hash House A Go Go A hot spot known for creative takes on breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes. 702.254.4646 $$

The Linq Promenade

Chayo Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar This eatery features a contemporary takes on traditional Mexican dishes. 702.691.3773 $$

Favorite Bistro Enjoy French fare combined with a dose of American flair. 702.844.4700 $$

Flour & Barley In a rustic sports bar adorned with vintage rock photos, nosh on brick-oven pizza. 702.430.4430 $$

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips Chef Ramsay’s most casual dining experience, offering pub dishes like fish and chips and the Fishwich. 702.322.0529 $

Maxie’s These twists on American classics will please your eyes and your palate. 702.754.4400 $

Off the Strip This locals favorite boasts a “just real food” approach to breakfast, lunch and dinner. 702.331.6800 $$

Tilted Kilt This Celtic-style does it right with pubstyle entrées and plaid-clad servers known as the Kilt Girls. Come and enjoy a pint! 702.826.2100 $$

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Virgil’s Real Barbecue Taste some of the country’s most sacred schools of barbecue: Memphis, Kansas City, the Carolinas and Texas. 702.389.7400 $$

Yard House An impressive beer list and rocking playlist are the perfect match for signature dishes like the black truffle cheeseburger. 702.597.0434 $$


Diablo’s Cantina A spin on traditional Mexican cuisine, with a wide array of libations, including, of course, margaritas. 702.262.5225 $$

Public House Las Vegas Upscale bar food, an extensive beer list and flat-screen TVs showing sports. 702.262.4525 $$

Tender Steakhouse + Lounge The menu features six different types of beef and fresh seafood flown in daily from around the country. 702.262.4778 $$$

Mandalay Bay

Border Grill Chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger’s Mexican joint puts a fun spin on some of your favorite classics. 702.632.7403 $$

Caramá A fine dining experience inspired by the mother of chef Wolfgang Puck. The restaurant features seafood, pasta and more. 702.740.5522 $$$

Citizens Kitchen & Bar This lively restaurant serves stepped-up versions of America’s favorite comfort foods. 702.632.9200 $$

Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar Kick back with elevated sports bar bites and an ice-cold beer at this fan-focused experience. flankerlv.com $$

Foundation Room Antique chandeliers complement steaks, seafood and handcrafted cocktails. 702.632.7631 $$$

Hazel Coffee and Cocktails Premium coffees, cocktails and sandwiches and pastries. 702.632.4760 $

House of Blues Restaurant & Bar American and international cuisine and the World Famous Gospel Brunch every Sunday. 702.632.7607 $$

Kumi Japanese Restaurant & Bar Japanese cuisine with Korean-American accents.  702.632.7200 $$

Libertine Social A Modern American gastropub from Shawn McClain with creative “swizzle” cocktails and enticing shared plates. 702.632.7558 $$$

Noodle Shop An excellent spot to indulge your need for Cantonese cuisine. 702.632.6071 $$

Orla By chef Michael Mina, this restaurant serves a seafood-forward menu featuring Greek and Middle Eastern flavors. mandalaybay.mgmresorts.com $$$

Retro by Voltaggio Celebrity chefs Michael and Bryan Voltaggio bring ’80s- and ’90s-inspired foods with a modern twist. 702.632.7401 $$$

StripSteak Enjoy certified Angus beef cooked over a wood-burning grill while sipping on one of the many classic,a handcrafted cocktail. 702.632.7414 $$$$

MGM Grand

Crush Restaurateurs Michael and Jenna Morton present a welcoming “greenhouse garden” ambience and a menu of American small plates. 702.891.3222 $$$

Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House Celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse presents Big Easy-style seafood.

702.891.7374 $$$

Grand Wok Noodle Bar Pan-Asian cuisine that serves up items like dan-dan noodles, Sichaun chicken and other traditional dishes. 702.891.7921 $$

Hakkasan Combines modern Cantonese cuisine with exquisite mixology and a dynamic nightlife scene.

702.891.7888 $$$

International Smoke The collaboration between Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry serves up wood-fired favorites. 702.891.3922 $$$

Joël Robuchon Robuchon’s first fine dining restaurant in the U.S. has built an extensive fan base with nearly perfect French dishes. 702.891.7925 $$$$

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon The less formal sibling to Robuchon offers counter service with tapas and entrées. 702.891.7358 $$$

Luchini Enjoy Italian-American classics including handmade pasta and pizzas. Also, don’t forget to imbibe at this spot’s speakeasy. 702.891.7600 $$

Morimoto Las Vegas Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto presents signature seafood, steaks and sides. 702.891.3001 $$$

Nellie’s Southern Kitchen Delve into Southern comfort with signature dishes, an extensive cocktail menu and Las Vegas-only offerings. 702.640.0156 $$

Tap Sports Bar Find satisfaction in the food, and the beer selection. 702.891.7239 $$

Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak Colicchio uses the finest ingredients from small family farms and other specialized venues. 702.891.7318 $$$$

Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill Traditional American bar and grill cuisine designed by the famous chef. 702.891.3000 $$

The Mirage

Diablo’s Cantina A spin on traditional Mexican cuisine, with a wide array of libations, including, of course, margaritas. 702.792.7888 $$

Heritage Steakhouse With juicy cuts cooked over an open flame, this traditional steakhouse serves elevated classics. 702.791.7330 $$$$

Osteria Costa Handmade pastas and Neapolitan-style pizzas are served in a casual setting. 702.682.8482 $$$

Otoro Robata Grill & Sushi Delight in Japanese favorites such as rock shrimp tempura and Chilean sea bass. 702.792.7979 $$

The Still A sports hub offering more than 50 beers, cocktails and upscale bar food. 702.692.8455 $$

New York–New York

Beerhaus Lagers, ales and keg wines make the beer menu. Bar food, games and late-night fun completes the experience. 702.692.2337 $$

Chin Chin Asian Restaurant & Sushi Bar Choose from the breakfast buffet, traditional Chinese food, sushi or Pan-Asian specialties. 702.740.6300 $$

Gallagher’s Steakhouse The definitive New York steakhouse since 1927 now has a home in Sin City. 702.740.6450 $$$

Gonzalez y Gonzalez The Mexican restaurant’s courtyard setting will have you swearing you’re in New York. 702.740.6455 $$

Il Fornaio Delicious selections from Northern Italy served in a beautiful environment. 702.650.6500 $$

Luke’s Lobster Enjoy a lobster roll or branch out with other shellfish delights. 702.936.4440 $$$

Nine Fine Irishmen Take in Irish vibes while noshing on Irish smoked salmon, deviled Scotch eggs and much more—and indulging in a Guinness! 702.740.3311 $$

Shake Shack Big Apple Burger joint serves juicy burgers, flat-top dogs and fresh frozen custard, and craft beer. 702.740.3311 $

Tom’s Watch Bar Small plates, entrées inspired by street food from around the world. 702.740.6766 $$

NoMad Las Vegas

NoMad Bar This N.Y. export offers classy craft cocktails and an eclectic menu. 702.730.6785 $$$

The NoMad Library Inside this posh restaurant lined with books, expect such menu items as a signature roast chicken. 702.730.6788 $$$

OYO Hotel & Casino

Hooters The famous wings still punctuate this sports joint. 866.584.6687 $

Splash Cantina What better way to enjoy a poolside experience than with the great food and drink selection available here? 702.739.9000 $

Steak ’N Shake Visit the world’s largest Steak ’N Shake and enjoy their signature steak burgers and creamy milkshakes. 866.574.6687 $


La Popular Elevated versions of Mexican classics from this lively spot, with a taco station and live DJs on Friday and Saturday nights.lapopularcdmx.com $$

Mabel’s BBQ Chef Michael Symon offers tender slabs of smoked brisket and pork belly. 866.942.7777 $$

Scotch 80 Prime Caviar, seafood and juicy steaks, including A5 Kobe beef, plus a whiskey program with rare and vintage Scotches. 866.942.7777 $$$$

Send Noodles Asian culinary fusion that includes Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai dishes. $$

Serrano Vista Cafe Nosh on the fresh flavors of Southern California classics made with locally sourced ingredients. 866.942.7777 $

Tim Ho Wan Hong Kong import serves renowned barbecue pork buns and dim sum. 866.942.7777 $

Vetri Cucina Take in panoramic views from the 56th floor as you dine on divine creations from renowned Italian chef Marc Vetri. 866.942.7777 $$

Paris Las Vegas

Alexxa’s Kitchen + Bar This Stripside dining spot serves classic American cuisine, plus specialty cocktails. 702.331.5100 $$

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The Bedford by Martha Stewart Get a taste of the celebrity’s lifestyle at this chic eatery based on her own farmhouse. 702.946.4361 $$$

Beer Park Open-air rooftop bar and grill with American cuisine, beers and sports. 702.444.4500 $

Bobby’s Burgers By Bobby Flay Try signature burgers and milkshakes at the celebrity chef’s joint. 702.946.4181 $

Eiffel Tower Restaurant Enjoy superior French food with spectacular views. 702.948.6937 $$$$

Gordon Ramsay Steak The chef presents dishes such as beef Wellington. 877.346.4642 $$$

Mon Ami Gabi Enjoy al fresco dining along the Strip at this French bistro. 702.944.4224 $$$

Nobu Las Vegas Dine on chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Japanese cuisine in an intimate setting. Offers fresh fish and other seafood in addition to vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free delights. 702.946.4007 $$$

Vanderpump à Paris Reality TV star Lisa Vanderpump’s second Vegas venue where guests can nosh on Parisian-inspired bites. 702.946.7000 $$

Park MGM

Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar Traditional steakhouse fare with classy cocktails. 702.730.6700 $$$$

Best Friend Renowned L.A. chef Roy Choi shares a taste of Koreatown, offering an eclectic fusion of culinary styles. 702.730.6770 $$

The Chef Truck Grab a bite from this casual, movie-inspired walk-up window, with items like the Cubano and the famous chocolate lava cake. 888.529.4828 $

Crack Shack Enjoy this “Southern California” fried chicken both inside and out. 702.820.5991 $

Eataly Las Vegas Immersive marketplace offers a mix of gourmet Italian foods, quality restaurants and live cooking demonstrations. 702.730.7010

La La Noodle Hand-pulled noodles are the main attraction, but there’s so much more: pork belly, pot stickers, shrimp rolls and bao buns. 702.730.7025 $

Primrose A restaurant modeled after a French country house, with garden-inspired fare and dishes for meat-eaters and vegans alike. 702.730.6600 $$

Toscana Ristorante & Bar by Eataly Inside Eataly. Enjoy Tuscan-inspired dishes plus wine in Eataly’s marketplace. 702.730.7617 $$

Planet Hollywood

Gordon Ramsay Burger The Hell’s Kitchen chef offers a twist on American comfort food. 702.785.5462 $

Koi Sushi, fresh fish and Kobe-style filet mignon are complemented by a wide selection of sake. 702.454.4555 $$$

Strip House New York’s famed steakhouse has redefined the steakhouse paradigm with prime cuts of beef and sexy cocktails. 702.737.5200 $$$

Yolos Mexican Grill Mexican salads, inventive side dishes and traditional street tacos. 702.785.0122 $$

Planet Hollywood: Miracle Mile Shops

Blondies Sports Bar & Grill Fill up on sports bar grub like wings and burgers, or munch on salads and wraps, all before the big game starts. 702.737.0444 $

Buffalo Wild Wings Signature wings and burgers at the chain’s first Strip location. 702.734.0096 $

Cabo Wabo Cantina The flavor and rowdiness of the Mexican resort to Las Vegas. 702.385.2226 $$

Flights Try a little bit of everything at this aviation-themed, tapas-style restaurant where menu items are served in threes. 702.268.7264 $$

Gen Korean BBQ House Cook all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue favorites like Kobe beef and spicy chicken, or indulge in rolls and izakaya items. 702.707.7227 $$

La Salsa Cantina Enjoy Mexican favorites such as fajitas, enchiladas and fish tacos. 702.892.0645 $

Lobster ME Classic lobster rolls packed with Maine lobster, served deli-counter style. 702.562.7837 $

Nacho Daddy Vegan chicken nachos, all-day breakfast and margarita pitchers 702.462.5000 $

Ocean One This casual American eatery offers plenty of seafood, as well as a selection of steak, pizza and pasta entrées. 702.696.9080 $

Pampas Churrascaria Brazilian Grille Rodizio-style, spit-roasted and grilled meats are carved right at your table. 702.737.4748 $$

Rosa Mexicano Serving traditional made-fromscratch dishes, with an emphasis on authenticity in a bright and lively atmosphere. rosamexicano.com $$


Hash House A Go Go Oversize portions of creative breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes. 702.386.2594 $

Oscar’s Steakhouse A tribute to Las Vegas attorney Oscar Goodman. 702.386.7227 $$$

Pop Up Pizza This joint employs a French bread-making technique for their delicious dough, which is made fresh daily. 702.366.0049 $

Renaissance Las Vegas

Envy Steakhouse Everything from breakfast to surf and turf. 702.784.5716 $$$

Grill 55 This casual restaurant serves up classic American cuisine. 702.784.5715 $

Resorts World Las Vegas

Aqua Indulge in fresh fish, quality meats and a wide selection of caviar from Michelin-star Chef Shaun Hergatt. 702.676.7936 $$$

Bar Zazu Tapas, cheese and charcuterie, and sweet and savory pastries served with wine from around the world. 725.233.8381 $$

Brezza Modern coastal Italian fare with handmade pastas, premier seafood, heritage breeds and Creekstone Farms beef. 702.676.6014 $$$

Carversteak Top cuts, a massive bar and a huge dining space round out the offerings at this luxury steakhouse. 702.550.2333 $$$$

Crossroads Kitchen Enjoy plant-based fine dining with Italian and Mediterranean flavors by Chef Tal Ronnen,plus a Sunday brunch. 702.676.7000 $$$

Dawg House Saloon & Sports Book Watch a game, dance to live music or enjoy classic pub offerings from this Nashville-based sports bar. 702.676.6964 $$

Famous Foods Street Eats Food hall concept with 16 stalls featuring authentic street food and cuisines from top chefs and restaurateurs. 702.676.7000 $

FUHU Experiential dining with a twist on contemporary Asian cuisine and a extensive mixology program. 702.676.6907 $$

Genting Palace Enjoy old-world glamour plus authentic Cantonese cuisine, seafood and dim sum. 702.676.8888 $$$

Junior’s Restaurant and Bakery Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner, late-night options and its renowned cheesecake creations. rwlasvegas.com $

Kusa Nori Modern Japanese bistro with high-energy sushi bar and teppanyaki grills, and an extensive selection of sake. 702.676.6965 $$$

Richie Palmer’s Mulberry Street Pizzeria of Beverly Hills Pizza by the slice and whole pies with toppings such as eggplant Parmesan. 702.676.8860 $

Sun’s Out Buns Out The staple egg gets a delicious upgrade at this cheerful breakfast spot. 702.676.7000 $

¡VIVA! by Ray Garcia Chef Ray Garcia presents a modern take on regional Mexican cuisine in a contemporary space. 702.676.6020 $$

Wally’s Wine & Spirits Blends a restaurant, wine bar and specialty gourmet market, creating a one-stop tasting and shopping experience. 702.676.6966 $$$

Rio Las Vegas

All-American Bar & Grille Dry-aged steaks and chops, ribs and half-pound burgers plus fresh seafood. 866.746.7671 $$

Canteen Food Hall Creative cuisine including Philadelphia cheesesteaks, Japanese street food and Sonoran-style burritos. riolasvegas.com $

Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho The celebrity chef ’s Mexican restaurant is fun from beginning to end. The Trash Can nachos are a must. 866.746.7671 $$

Hash House a Go Go A locals favorite, this eatery is know for its oversize portions of creative breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes. 866.746.7671 $

Kang’s Kitchen The liveliness of the setting is matched only by the fun of grilling your own meat at this Korean barbecue. 866.746.7671 $$

KJ Dim Sum & Seafood Featuring a dim sum menu plus seafood dishes with lobster, crab, shrimp and giant clams. 866.746.7671 $$

Royal India Bistro Enjoy authentic Indian flavors and unique cocktails, wines and beers. 866.746.7671 $$

VooDoo Steak Fall under the spell of VooDoo, American cuisine with French-Creole flair. 866.746.7671 $$$

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The Shoppes at Mandalay Place

Hussong’s Cantina Authentic Baja fare and cocktails from the folks who have kept Ensenada hoppin’ for decades. 702.632.6450 $$

Rí Rá Irish Pub Dine on dishes such as Irish potato cakes and the Reuben with corned beef brisket. 702.632.7771 $$

Slice of Vegas Grab a slice at the counter or dine inside on New York-style pizza. 702.632.6470 $$

Wahlburgers Enjoy quality, house-made burgers and Wahlberg family favorites, such as mac ’n’ cheese with smoked bacon. wahlburgers.com $

The Shops at Crystals

Mastro’s Ocean Club Delicious fresh seafood and steaks complemented with live piano music nightly. 702.798.7115 $$$

Toca Madera Enjoy bold flavors at this high-end Mexican steakhouse serving a variety of land and sea offerings. 725.255.9030 $$$$

Silver Sevens

City Café Offers a variety of tasty diner-style fare as well as build-your-own pizzas. 702.733.7000 $

Silverton Casino Lodge

Mi Casa Grill Cantina Authentic Mexican recipes. 702.263.7777 $$

Twin Creeks Steakhouse Classic entrées with an elegant, friendly atmosphere.  702.263.7777 $$$

WuHu Noodle Enjoy plenty of Chinese specialties, as well as all your favorites. 702.914.8663 $$


Chi Asian Kitchen Enjoy inventive Chinese dishes and bold flavors in a street-inspired atmosphere. 800.998.6337 $$

McCall’s Heartland Grill Steak and seafood specialties. 702.380.7777 $$$

Nunzio’s Pizzeria Grab a delicious pie at this casual pizzeria. 702.380.7720 $

PT’s Wings & Sports Enjoy wings and classic pub fare, with plenty of beers on tap. 702.380.7777 $$

The STRAT Café American-style diner serves up generous portions of comfort food. 702.380.5115 $

Top of the World Fine-dining restaurant rotates 360 degrees every 80 minutes, offering endlessly entertaining views. 702.380.7711 $$$$

Treasure Island

Gilley’s Get a look at your meal in the show kitchen while enjoying a honky-tonk atmosphere. 702.894.7111 $$

Las Vegas Yacht Club Enjoy market-fresh catches, pan roasts, oysters in the shell and more delectable seafood options. opentable.com $$$

Phil’s Steak House Prime cuts of meat, seafood and Italian specialties. 702.894.7223 $$$

Señor Frog’s Enjoy Mexican delicious fare, and nightly entertainment, all in a Mexican-themed atmosphere. 702.894.7111 $$

Trump International

DJT Modern American cuisine combined with an extensive wine and cocktail list. 702.982.0000 $$

Tuscany Suites & Casino

Bistecca Italian Steakhouse Fresh Italian pastas, steaks and seafood specialties with amazing cocktails, mocktails, wine and beer. 702.947.5910 $$$

Pub 365 With 365 rotating craft beers, it’s safe to say this place is beer heaven. 702.947.5861 $

The Venetian

Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer All-American burgers, craft beer and gigantic, Instagram-worthy CrazyShakes. 702.414.2337 $$

Bouchon Thomas Keller’s French bistro cuisine may be closer to perfection than anything’s ever come. 702.414.6200 $$

Brera Osteria Influenced by Milan’s Brera neighborhood, this restaurant specializes in fresh, vibrant Italian flavors. 702.414.1227 $$

Chica Chef Lorena Garcia’s diverse menu inspired by her Latin American heritage. 866.659.9643 $$

Cut Wolfgang Puck’s chic award-winning steakhouse concept features entrées such as Kobe beef short ribs. 702.607.6300 $$$$

Delmonico Steakhouse Emeril Lagasse’s twist on the familiar steakhouse. 702.414.3737 $$$

Estiatorio Milos Fine Mediterranean cuisine that offers an authentic taste of Greece, with fresh fish from around the world. 702.414.1270 $$$$

HaSalon Enjoy a fresh feast at this high-end Mediterranean eatery by Israeli chef Eyal Shani. venetianlasvegas.com $$$

Hong Kong Café You’ll feel like you’re in the southeastern China city with dishes often found in Hong Kong cafés. 702.607.2220 $$

Lavo Classic and modern touches highlight a culinary journey through Italy. 702.791.1800 $$$

Matteo’s Ristorante Italiano Traditional Italian fare made with fresh, seasonal and local ingredients. 702.414.1222 $$$

Mott 32 Modern Hong Kong meets the vibrancy of N.Y.’s Chinatown with flavors representing Cantonese, Szechuan and Beijing cultures. 702.607.3232 $$$$

Noodle Asia Get a taste of Asia with dishes such as dim sum, Singapore vermicelli and traditional noodle and vegetarian specialties. 702.414.1444 $

Rockhouse Signature takes on bar food. 702.731.9683 $

Royal Britannia Gastro Pub British-inspired food with American flair plus draft and craft beer. 702.586.4040 $$

Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill Blends a global influence with unique flavors. 702.414.2263 $$

Villa Azur Experience luxurious French Mediterranean dining in a lively atmosphere with vibrant Miami touches. 702.607.1534 $$

The X Pot Enjoy an exquisite presentation of traditional Asian flavors. 866.888.9768 $$

Wakuda Unifies traditional and modern Japanese cuisine, offering an extensive à la carte and omakase menu from chef Tetsuya Wakuda. 866.659.9643 $$$$

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar Miami transplant features delectable dishes presented with Southern flair. 702.297.6541 $$$

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas

Casa Calavera Enjoy traditional Mexican cuisine in a cool, casual environment. 702.522.8000 $$

Kassi Beach Club Laid-back poolside restaurant and lounge offers coastal Italian and Greek cuisine. 702.693.5000 $$$

Night + Market Classic Thai street food gets a modern makeover. Plus, the wine list is stellar. 702.693.5000 $$

Nobu Las Vegas World-renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa serves up his signature Japanese cuisine. 702.693.5000 $$$

One Steakhouse Staying true to their family’s legacy, David and Michael Morton place importance on fine steaks and fresh seafood. 702.693.5000 $$$$

Pizza Forte Pizzas, hot dogs, pastas and Italian street food such as truffle arancini abound. 702.693.5000 $

Waldorf Astoria

Zen Kitchen Asian cuisine with American influences. 702.590.8888 $$$

Westgate Las Vegas

Benihana Chefs prepare Japanese cuisine on hibachi tables, surrounded by lush gardens, koi ponds and exotic statues. 702.732.5755 $$$

Edge Steakhouse Aged prime steaks, fish, seafood, tableside dining experiences and an extensive wine list highlight the steakhouse’s menu. 702.732.5277 $$$

Fresco Italiano Pizzas, seafood and classic desserts, along with gluten-free and whole-grain pastas, highlight the menu. 702.732.5276 $$

Rikki Tiki Sushi Casual sushi joint offers sushi creations including favorites like spicy tuna and tuna sashimi. 702.732.5755 $$

Silk Road Asian Bistro Offering Japanese ramen noodle, Chinese rice noodle and Vietnamese pho dishes. 702.732.5755 $$


Around the Valley

Player 1 Video Game Bar Check out this bar and arcade combo for craft beers, cocktails and video games. 2797 S. Maryland Pkwy., 21+. 725.204.1399

WSKY Stadium Full-service bar and restaurant with a 638-vehicle parking garage 5625 Polaris Ave. 702.889.7656


Alibi Ultra Lounge Opulent lounge offers a menu of creative, handcrafted cocktails and live DJs on the weekends. 702.329.9711

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Easy’s Cocktail Lounge Find this glamorous speakeasy hidden within Proper Eats Food Hall for imaginative libations and fine foods. easysvegas.com

Jewel Luxe nightlife experience with mirrored walls, swanky VIP skybox suites, and a DJ booth with dual-sided LED video screen 702.590.8000


Petrossian Bar This refined bar offers some of the world’s finest spirits, caviar service and live piano music 702.693.7111

The Pinky Ring by Bruno Mars A high-energy party destination. On a lucky night, you may catch Mars’ own band, The Hooligans bellagio.mgmresorts.com

Caesars Palace

Montecristo Cigar Bar Cigar brands including Romeo Y Julieta and H. Upmann, along with specialty cocktails and premium whiskeys caesars.com

Omnia With lavish décor and resident DJs, the club incorporates both indoor and outdoor spaces, plus magnificent views of the Strip. 702.785.6200

Stadia Bar Take your sports-viewing experience up a notch with this game-day spot. Enjoy luxe surroundings and large HDTVs. 21+, caesars.com

Vanderpump Cocktail Garden The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s lush Vegas hot spot serves up creative cocktails and shared plates 702.777.3800

Vista Cocktail Lounge Set your eyes on the N.Y. skyline or Dubai, as the interactive lounge transports you with state-of-the-art LED technology 702.731.7852

Circa Resort & Casino

Circa Bar This best-of-both-worlds bar is part of Circa Resort & Casino, but can be found along Fremont Street. 702.247.2258

Legacy Club Intimate 60th floor lounge pays tribute to Vegas’ founding fathers and offers outstanding views of the city from the rooftop patio. 702.247.2258

Mega Bar Flair bartenders make bottles and glasses fly through the air as they create cocktails at Nevada’s longest indoor bar—165 feet long! And sports fans will love the 46 double-stacked TVs. 702.247.2258

Overhang Bar This bar has one of the best views in all of Circa—over the multilevel sportsbook and its huge 78-million-pixel HD screen. While here, enjoy some video poker and fantastic cocktails. 702.247.2258

Vegas Vickie’s One of the most iconic signs in Vegas’ history, Vegas Vickie, is the centerpiece of this elevated lobby cocktail lounge. Enjoy a menu of seasonal cocktails amid mid-century design. 702.247.2258

Stadium Swim at Circa The “best pool in history” can back it up: three levels, six pools, beaucoup day beds and cabanas, and a giant 40-foot tall high-def screen. 21+. circalasvegas.com

The Cromwell

Drai’s After Hours A longtime early morning staple, Drai’s lets you relax on sofas and listen to house and hip-hop. 702.777.3800

Drai’s Nightclub This lavish rooftop party spot boasts a experience manned by some of the best DJs and hip-hop performers in the business. 702.777.3800

The D

Longbar Sip cocktails while watching the game on 15 large screens at one of the longest bars in Nevada. 702.388.2400

Vue Bar Grab a drink and play some video poker while enjoying a bird’s-eye view of the Fremont Street Experience 702.388.2400


Margaritaville Three levels, five bars, balconies overlooking the trip, plus a volcano. 702.733.3302

Golden Nugget

Rush Lounge A chic lounge featuring live music, signature drinks and VIP table service. 702.385.7111

Troy Liquor Bar One of New York City’s gems stakes its claim in Downtown Las Vegas, offering second-level balcony views. 702.386.8382

Grand Bazaar Shops

Ole Red Las Vegas Entertainment venue features a full bar and restaurant, live music and rooftop party area, inspired by Blake Shelton. olered.com

The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian

Flight Club Hit a bull’s eye or two while you socialize, sip craft cocktails and snack in this lively darts bar with a Victorian theme. 702.848.4188

KAMU Ultra Karaoke With impeccable food, and specialty cocktails and customer service, this high-end karaoke lounge hits all the right notes. 702.445.7664

Tao Asian flavor blends with Las Vegas spice at one of the city’s perennial hot spots. 702.388.8588

Harrah’s Las Vegas

Carnaval Court A mecca for flair bartenders, this outdoor party presents live music. 702.693.6138

Piano Bar Stop by throughout the week for performances that include dueling pianos, Big Elvis and light bites and cocktails are available, too. 702.369.5000

Horseshoe Las Vegas

The Cabinet of Curiosities Bar and Lounge A bespoke bar and lounge filled with unusual items, and home to The Lock, a speakeasy. thecabinetlv.com

The Linq Promenade

Minus5 Icebar It’s winter all year round in this glacial attraction that features interactive ice experiences and creative, frosty cocktails. 702.293.3388

O’Sheas The quintessential Vegas dive is reborn with new additions, including three bars and drink specials. Open 24 hours daily.  702.794.3311

MGM Grand

Chez Bippy Indulge in elegant, reimagined cocktails from this lush and moody hideaway inside Luchini. 702.891.7600

Hakkasan Resident DJs lead an extraordinary lineup at this sprawling nightclub, spread across three levels. 702.891.3838

Level Up In this inventive twist on the arcade, adults a new era in gaming. 21+. 702.891.7871

Losers Bar Country music bar offers a no-frills, downhome experience with beers on tap. 702.891.3003

Whiskey Down This intimate lounge with industrial flair features more than 50 brands of American, Canadian, Irish and Scotch whiskies. 702.891.1111

Mandalay Bay

Rhythm & Riffs Relax in this large lounge area right off the casino floor, and enjoy signature cocktails, beers and light bites. 702.632.6112

S Bar Indulge in craft cocktails, shareable apps, flatbreads and decadent desserts in the newest lounge in Mandalay Bay. 702.632.7707

The Mirage

Rhumbar Tropical Ultra Bar Stylish rum cocktails are the stars of this laid-back indoor-outdoor retreat. 702.791.7111

The Still More than 50 beers, specialty cocktails and upscale bar food. 702.692.8455

New York–New York

Coyote Ugly Female bartenders sing, dance and pour, just like they did in the movie. 702.740.6330

Nine Fine Irishmen Sip a Guinness or Irish whiskey while listening to authentic Irish bands at this festive Irish pub. 702.740.3311

NoMad Las Vegas

NoMad Bar This New York City-export offers classy craft cocktails and an eclectic menu in an environment that’s upscale without pretension  702.730.6789


Ghostbar Sip creative cocktails and enjoy pop-up performances on the 55th floor against a backdrop of valley views. 866.942.7777

Unknown Bar Designed by Damien Hirst, this stylish spot features craft cocktails and inspired artwork. 866.942.7777

Paris Las Vegas

Chéri Rooftop Take a Parisian detour with a view of the Strip’s iconic landmarks at this rooftop lounge nestled beneath Vegas’ own Eiffel Tower. 702.776.7777

Montecristo Cigar Bar Cigar brands including Romeo Y Julieta and H. Upmann, along with specialty cocktails and premium whiskeys caesars.com

Park MGM

Juniper Cocktail Lounge Home to the largest collection of gin in Las Vegas. 702.730.6773

Mama Rabbit Serves up a menu of tequilas, mezcals and craft cocktails, as well as small bites including tacos and molé. drinkmamarabbitlv.com

On The Record Part club, part karaoke bar, part record store–this unique speakeasy has everything you need to spend an exciting night in Vegas. 702.730.6773

Planet Hollywood

Glass Bar Stop in and sip at this shimmering hot spot. This is the perfect place to enjoy a pre-show drink. caesars.com

Planet Hollywood: Miracle Mile Shops

Blondies Sports Bar & Grill Known for its rowdy atmosphere and beer pong. 702.737.0444

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BAKING AT SUNRISE...DINING AT SUNSET... 3377 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Space 2390 Las Vegas NV 89109 A FINE TASTE OF ITALY RIGHT IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD 3200 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Suite 1540 Las Vegas, NV 89109 Located in the center of the Grand Canal Shops in St. Mark’s Square Located on Level 1 of the Fashion Show Mall in the Great Hall across the hall from the Apple Store

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Cabo Wabo Cantina The Red Rocker brings Mexico’s hottest party to Las Vegas 702.385.2226


Carousel Bar Sit down at this outdoor hot spot for unique drinks in a fun, dynamic atmosphere. 702.386.2110

The Sand Dollar Downtown Catch a live show or kick back with some cocktails, pizza and pool tables. 702.386.2283

Resorts World Las Vegas

Alle Lounge on 66 Sip on rare spirits and handcrafted cocktails while you enjoy globally inspired bites with an astonishing view. 702.676.6969

Eight Lounge Premium cigars meet modern cocktails in an environment that features a custom-crafted humidor, patio and comfortable seating. 702.676.7405

Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge An upscale lounge with vintage and rare champagnes, artisanal cocktails and wines. 702.676.6013

Golden Monkey Tiki Lounge Sip on tropical-inspired elixirs while you kick back in this lively scene. 702.676.7000

RedTail Zouk Group’s social gaming bar with premium beer, wine, cocktails and shared plates plus games like beer pong, darts and pool. 702.676.7802

Zouk Nightclub Innovation meets nightlife at this new, technologically advanced nightclub that offers multiple experiences. 702.676.7000

The Shoppes at Mandalay Place

1923 Prohibition Bar This speakeasy transports guests into the prohibition era. 702.912.4001

Minus5 Icebar This lounge made of ice also features a warmer, woodsier lodge 702.632.7714

Rí Rá Irish Pub Take in Irish vibes while indulging in a Guinness (or another of the Irish beers), whiskies and other libations at one of the vintage bars and munching on Irish dishes. 702.632.7771

Treasure Island

Gilley’s Saddle up for line dancing and the famous Gilley Girls. 702.894.7147

Golden Circle Sportsbook & Bar At this sports bar combined with a sportsbook, you’ll find a great bar menu of drinks and food, and tons of seating. 866.286.3809

The Venetian

Electra Cocktail Club Handcrafted beverages will satisfy all your drinking desires at this hip lounge from the creators of Rosina Cocktail Lounge 702.607.7777

Juliet Cocktail Room A posh nightlife experience with live music, DJs and expertly crafted cocktails. 702.414.1948

Rockhouse Drinking games, DJs, bar food, birdcages for dancing and a mechanical bull. 702.731.9683

Rosina Cocktail Lounge You’ll feel a sense of glamour and elegance while sipping on quality cocktails like a Negroni or Manhattan. 702.607.7777

Voltaire Belle de Nuit Imbibe with friends, enjoy an

intimate evening with top-notch performers or close out a wild night at this all-in-one lounge and performance venue. voltairelv.com


Vice Versa Patio & Lounge It’s either/or—intimate indoor setting or outdoor patio, light or indulgent bites, classic or twisted cocktails. 702.590.2767

Waldorf Astoria

SkyBar Boutique cocktails from molecular mixologists and panoramic views define this plush 23rd-floor gem. 702.590.8888

Pool Clubs & Parties

Ayu Dayclub Top EDM DJs and musical artists perform all season long at this outdoor oasis inspired by the islands of Southeast Asia. Resorts World Las Vegas, 21+. 702.676.6000

Daylight Beach Club A lavish stage highlights this lush pool complex. Mandalay Bay, 21+. 702.632.4700

Drai’s Beachclub At 11 stories above the Strip, this rooftop hot spot commands an impressive view and top DJ talent. The Cromwell, 21+. 702.777.3800

The Pool at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas Mediterranean-inspired pool club offers multiple levels that overlook a sandy beach and stage where top DJs perform. Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, 21+. 702.693.5000

Flamingo GO Pool Palm trees, waterfalls, DJs, cabanas and daybeds highlight the experience. Flamingo, 21+. 702.697.2888

Influence, The Pool at The LINQ Cool off at this dayclub that overlooks the Linq Promenade. Enjoy cabana rooms, daybeds, DJs, a food truck and drink specials. The Linq, 21+. 702.835.5713

Liquid Swim alongside A-list clientele while enjoying some of the largest cabanas around. Aria, 21+. 702.590.9979

Moorea Beach Club Poolside massages, personalized attendants and killer views. Mandalay Bay, 21+. 702.632.9095

Tao Beach Dayclub The newly renovated pool club has doubled in size and features a Balinese-inspired oasis with impressive culinary and cocktails and top DJ entertainment. The Venetian, 702.388.8588

Swim & Social This pool and lounge offers panoramic views of the valley. The STRAT, 21+. 702.380.7777

Wet Republic World-renowned EDM DJs perform inside this long-running dayclub that offers cabanas, bungalows with private pools and a shaded lounge area. MGM Grand, 21+. 702.891.3563



The Forum Shops at Caesars Visitors can walk the streets of ancient Rome. The Forum Shops is the shopping choice for many celebrities. 702.893.4800

FSLV—Fashion Show Las Vegas Features incredible anchors as well as restaurants and entertainment, all in the heart of Las Vegas. Las Vegas Boulevard South and Spring Mountain Road. 702.369.8382

Grand Bazaar Shops Evokes open-air markets from around the world and features an international list of retailers, such as Superdry and Havaianas. Horseshoe Las Vegas, 702.736.4988

Las Vegas South Premium Outlets Shop more than 140 stores, offering goods from clothing and accessories to gifts and household items. 7400 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702.896.5599

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood One of the city’s premier shopping destinations features an indoor rainstorm and top retailers such as H&M, Sephora and Guess, and eat at engaging restaurants. 702.866.0704

The Shops at Crystals CityCenter’s shopping complex, which features Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and Tom Ford, plus dining hot spots including Mastro’s Ocean Club. 702.590.9299

Town Square Las Vegas All your favorite big-city shops including Express, H&M, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Sephora and Victoria’s Secret. 6605 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 702.269.5001

The Venetian Cobbled walkways, streetside cafés, live performers and gondola rides in the Grand Canal Shoppes lead you through a luxurious shopping experience. 702.414.4525

Hotel Shops

Le Boulevard at Paris Las Vegas Stroll the cobblestoned streets at Paris Las Vegas’ distinctive shopping district. 702.946.7000

The Shoppes at Mandalay Place Featuring worldclass retailers and restaurants on a sky bridge between Mandalay Bay and Luxor resorts. 702.632.9333



The Art of Richard MacDonald Inside the “O” Theatre lobby. See bronze sculptures, paintings, lithographs. theartofrichardmacdonald.com

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art The gallery holds regular exhibits featuring renowned artists. 702.693.7871

Conservatory & Botanical Gardens Flowers and vegetation change seasonally in this feast for the senses. 702.693.7111

Fountains of Bellagio More than 1,000 water jets are used for this spectacular free display. 702.693.7111

Caesars Palace: The Forum Shops

Park West Fine Art Museum and Gallery Browse fine art from renowned artists. 702.630.1037

Circus Circus

Adventuredome This indoor theme park features top attractions, including El Loco, Chaos and the Inverter, plus some circus acts. 702.794.3939

Carnival Midway and Circus Acts With 200 games surrounding the circus stage, there’s something for everyone. 702.734.0410


Fun Dungeon On the lower level of the hotel, this arcade features carnival games and hours of fun. Take in the Ultimate 4-D Experience while you’re there. 702.597.7777

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Wildlife Habitat A lush outdoor home for the Flamingo’s friendly family of creatures. Free. 702.733.3349

Golden Nugget

Hand of Faith This 61-pound gold nugget is the largest existing one in the world. Open 24 hours daily, free to view. 866.946.5336

The Grand Canal Shoppes

at The Venetian

Gondola Rides Ride a half-mile down the Grand Canal as your gondolier serenades you. 702.414.4300

Spirits & Spice Shop oils, vinegars, wine, spirits and spices at this specialty store. You can even taste before you buy. 702.388.2022

Minus5 Icebar It’s winter all year round in this glacial attraction that features interactive ice experiences and creative, frosty cocktails. 702.293.3388

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Take pictures with dozens of stars. Near the moving walkway between The Venetian and Las Vegas Boulevard. 702.862.7800

PanIQ Escape Room & Lounge The first escape-room experience on the Las Vegas Strip. 775.507.2727

Horseshoe Las Vegas

Arcade at Horseshoe This 7,000-square-foot space is a gamer’s paradise, complete with more than 80 supersized games 702.967.4222

Dino Safari: A Walk Thru Adventure Transport yourself to prehistoric times and interact with more than 30 dinosaurs including the T. rex, Spinosaurus and Nevada’s own Nevadadromeus. dinosafari.com

REAL BODIES at Horseshoe Las Vegas Experience 20 real human bodies and over 200 specimens in artistic and thought-provoking galleries that explore what it means to be alive. 702.777.2782

Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf Enter the fifth dimension while putting on a wonderfully weird, glowin-the-dark 18-hole course. 702.333.2121

The Linq Promenade

FLY LINQ Zipline Soar over the Linq Promenade at speeds up to 35 mph on the Strip’s only zipline. Height and weight restrictions apply. 702.777.2782

High Roller Passengers can enjoy breathtaking views of the city from a spacious cabin on one of the world’s tallest observation wheels. 855.234.7469

Minus5 Icebar It’s winter all year round in this glacial attraction that features interactive ice experiences and creative, frosty cocktails 702.586.8925

Luxor Bodies ... The Exhibition Real human bodies have been preserved through an innovative process and put on display. 702.262.4400

Discovering King Tut’s Tomb—The Experience Descend to the tomb of the boy king and be amazed at the opulence of everything that accompanied him to the afterlife. kingtutvegas.com

HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas This state-ofthe-art center offers a 50-foot LED video wall and delectable food and beverage offerings. 702.723.2345

Play Playground Have the time of your life at this menagerie of oversized nostalgic games that features a full bar. 21+. playplayground.com

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition More than 250 artifacts are on display, plus re-creations of the ship’s cabins and Grand Staircase. 702.262.4400

Mandalay Bay

Minus5 Icebar It’s winter all year round in this glacial attraction that features interactive ice experiences and creative, frosty cocktails 702.740.5800

Shark Reef Aquarium Come nose to snout with some of the ocean’s most awesome creatures in an underwater environment. 702.632.4555

MGM Grand

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition If you’re a fan of the movies, you’ll love this up-close look at the costumes, props and set recreations from The Hunger Games 702.410.9899

Topgolf Las Vegas Interactive games in the climate-controlled hitting bays get a luxury touch. 4627 Koval Lane. 702.933.8458

Zero Latency Experience an adventure that will immerse you in worlds of wonder, with floating whales and zombie hordes. 702.891.7974

The Mirage

The Mirage Volcano Set amid a lagoon with towering palm trees and cascading waterfalls, this volcano spews smoke and fire 100 feet high. 702.791.1111

New York–New York

The Big Apple Coaster and Arcade New York City taxi-themed ride twists and dives around the perimeter and through the center of the hotel. Arcade features midway-style games. 702.740.6969

Paris Las Vegas

Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck Take an elevator ride to the top of this half-scale replica of the Paris landmark for spectacular views of the Strip and beyond. 888 .727.4758

Rio Las Vegas

KISS by Monster Mini Golf An 18-hole glow-in-the dark putting course inspired by the iconic rockers. 866.746.7671

The Shops at Crystals

Princess Diana & The Royals the Exhibition Gather in-depth knowledge about the “People’s Princess” as you stroll through various rooms dedicated to different parts of her life. dianalasvegas.com

Silverton Casino Lodge

Bass Pro Shops Whether you’re looking for hunting, fishing or outdoor gear, this sportsman’s paradise has it all. 702.730.5200

Mermaid School This 90-minute swim in the casino’s iconic fish tank lets you learn how to be a real-life mermaid. silvertoncasino.com

Silverton Aquarium A 117,000-gallon, huge artificial reef, home to several species of stingrays, sharks and tropical fish. 702.263.7777


Insanity, Big Shot and X Scream The three highest thrill rides in the U.S. 702.380.7777

Observation Decks Check out the view from the tallest tower west of the Mississippi. 702.380.7777

SkyJump Las Vegas The highest sky jump in the world joins the thrill rides on top of The STRAT. SkyJump Las Vegas is a controlled plummet from 829 feet with a 40 mph drop. 800.998.6937

Treasure Island

The Cove Bar & Arcade Play games like shuffleboard and air hockey while enjoying delicious cocktails at the bar. treasureisland.com

Around the Valley

Allegiant Stadium Tours Experience a guided behind-the-scenes look at the stadium. 3333 Al Davis Way. allegiantstadium.com/tours or 800.724.3377

AREA15 It’s a world of immersive entertainment, all housed under one roof. Explore popular art experiences like Omega Mart from Meow Wolf and Wink World from Blue Man Group founder, Chris Wink. Guests can also check out arcade games, axe throwing, a zipline ride, and more. Various food and beverage outlets include The Beast by Todd English and Kaia Handroll. 3215 S. Rancho Drive. area15.com

ARTE MUSEUM Stimulate all your senses at this captivating immersive media art exhibition. 3716 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Suite 208. 702.725.7200

Atomic Golf Las Vegas With more than 99,000 square feet of fun, this sports haven has a putting district, astrocade, tap room and so much more. 1850 S. Main Street. 702.899.4633

Atomic Museum Vegas Explore the age of atomic bomb testing in the Nevada desert, where Vegas had a front-seat view, and watch a simulated atomic bomb blast. 755 E. Flamingo Road. 702.409.7366

Ethel M Chocolates Factory & Cactus Garden

Enjoy a self-guided tour, samples and a gift shop with tons of candies. For a real treat, book a signature chocolate tasting. 2 Cactus Garden Drive. 800.438.4356

FlyOver Las Vegas Experience the sensation of buzzing over some of the world’s most breathtaking views without leaving the Strip. 3771 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 866.498.2023 or flyoverlasvegas.com

Grand Canyon West Get a view of the Grand Canyon’s West Rim at SkyWalk, ride a zipline at Hualapai Ranch, or head to Peach Springs for whitewater rafting. 5001 Diamond Bar Road, Peach Springs, Ariz. 888.868.9378 or grandcanyonwest.com

Las Vegas Strip Limo Tours The 2.5-hour tour includes champagne and stops by the Fountains of Bellagio, The Volcano and Fremont Street. 702.438.5466

Liberace: Real and Beyond Explore the legacy of the Vegas icon through costumes, personal items, historical photographs and more. Nevada State Museum, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. lasvegasnvmuseum.org

Maverick Helicopters Enjoy VIP excursions to the Grand Canyon and over the Strip. Fly in a state of-theart helicopter and enjoy narration by your pilot 6075 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 702.261.0007 or 866.644.8687

Museum Fiasco Created by Playmodes Studio, this immersive art experience uses light, sound and space to create large-scale installations. AREA15. 702.846.1900

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Museum of Illusions Try to wrap your head around this wondrous collection of interactive exhibitions.

3716 Las Vegas Blvd. S. Suite 1.02. moilasvegas.com

National Park Express Plan a day-tour adventure from Vegas to Antelope Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Zion and more! Shuttles, tours and more. nationalparkexpress.com or 702.948.4190

Omega Mart This supermarket on steroids (or something else) from Meow Wolf lets you shop and explore a store with surprises in every display case. 3215 S. Rancho Drive. meow.wf/lvm

Paradox Museum Get ready to enter a world of brain-bending illusions featuring 90 perspectivechallenging exhibits. 3767 Las Vegas Blvd. S. paradoxmuseumlasvegas.com

Postcard From Earth Experience Sphere’s immersive and futuristic technology firsthand at a showing of this thought-provoking film by Darren Aronofsky. 255 Sands Ave. thespherevegas.com

The Range 702 Choose from a full line of guns to rent or shoot at this indoor range, including fully automatic machine guns. A VIP room with seven private

lanes, and firearm safety and training are also available. 5999 Dean Martin Drive. 702.425.5312


In-Room Services

Hospitality Network Watch Hollywood hits from the comfort of your room. Ordering is quick and easy. Just press the menu button on your remote control.


Curaleaf One of the top health and wellness cannabis operators in the United States o ers a variety of inventive products. 1736 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 21+. curaleaf.com

MedMen First-class facilities o ering the latest in marijuana products. 823 S. 3rd St., recreational 21+, medical 18+. 702.527.7685; 4503 Paradise Road, recreational 21+, medical 18+. 702.405.8597

Oasis Cannabis Dispensary This 24-hour marijuana dispensary serves the community with quality cannabis products. 1800 Industrial Road, Suite 180, 21+. 702.420.2405

Zen Leaf The highest-quality products all in one spot. From service to presentation to selection, you’ll find what you’re looking for here. 5940 W. Flamingo Road, 21+. zenleafdispensaries.com


CVS 3758 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 702.262.9028

Walgreens 3339 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 702.369.8166; 3717 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 702.262.0635; 3025 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 702.628.5537


Bellagio-CityCenter-Park MGM Stops at Crystals and Aria. 8 a.m.-4 a.m. daily, every seven minutes

Excalibur-Luxor-Mandalay Bay 10 a.m.-midnight, daily, every three to seven minutes

Treasure Island-The Mirage Service 7 a.m.-2 a.m. daily, every 15 minutes


Marriage Licenses Obtain your license before you head to the chapel. Don’t forget identification. 201 E. Clark Ave. 702.671.0500

Listings 60 | 3.31.24 Las Vegas Magazine 7thSt. CarsonAve. FREMONTSTREET E.OgdenAve. E.StewartAve. 6thSt. LasVegasBlvd. 4thSt. 3rdSt. Casino Center Blvd. 1stSt. 1stSt. MainSt. 95 95 95 El Cortez Gold Spike Oasis at Gold Spike The D Four Queens Fremont Golden Nugget Golden Gate Plaza California Main Street Station Circa Binion’s Neonopolis Downtown Grand Binion’s 702.382.1600 Circa Resort & Casino 702.247.2258 The D 702.388.2400 Downtown Grand 702.719.5100 El Cortez 702.385.5200 Four Queens 702.385.4011 Fremont 702.385.3232 Golden Gate 702.385.1906 Golden Nugget 702.385.7111 Main Street Station 702.387.1896 Oasis at Gold Spike 702.768.9823
702.386.2110 DOWNTOWN

Want to know what special events and acts are in the works for the next time you head to Vegas? Check our select list of what’s been announced so you can begin making your plans. Prices do not include tax and fee.

April 7-13

Great Vegas Festival of Beer Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, 2 p.m. April 6, starting at $50. greatvegasbeer.com

Herbie Hancock Palms, 8 p.m. April 12, starting at $45. ticketmaster.com

Jerry Seinfeld Caesars Palace, 8 p.m. April 12-13, starting at $84. ticketmaster.com

Las Vegas Desert Dogs vs. Colorado Mammoth Mandalay Bay, 7 p.m. April 13, prices vary. lasvegasdesertdogs.com

Mark Hummel Band ft. Anson Funderburgh Plaza, 6 p.m. April 9, starting at $20. plazatix.com

Mariah Carey Park MGM, 8 p.m. April 12-13, 17, 19-20, 24 & 26-27, starts at $85. ticketmaster.com

My Brother Elvis Westgate Las Vegas, 5 p.m. April 10, starting at $111.50. ticketmaster.com

Ray Romano The Venetian, 8:30 p.m. April 12-13, starting at $49.95. ticketmaster.com

Scorpions Planet Hollywood, 8 p.m. April 11, 13, 18, 20, 24, 26, 28 and May 1 and 3, starting at $59. ticketmaster.com

Social Distortion and Bad Religion Virgin Hotels, 7 p.m. April 13, starting at $139. ticketmaster.com

Tom Keifer & LA Guns Westgate Las Vegas, 7 p.m. April 11, starting at $35. ticketmaster.com

UFC 300: Alex Pereira vs. Jamahal Hill T-Mobile Arena, times vary. April 13, prices vary. axs.com

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Colorado Avalanche T-Mobile Arena, 12:30 p.m. April 14, prices vary. axs.com

Vegas Thrill vs. Atlanta Vibe Dollar Loan Center, 7 p.m. April 8, prices vary. provolleyball.com

April 14-20

Adir Miller Plaza, 9 p.m. April 20, starting at $99. plazatix.com

Darcy & Jer Mandalay Bay, 8 p.m. April 14, starting at $36.50. ticketmaster.com

The Ghost Inside Mandalay Bay, 6 p.m. April 19, starting at $29.50. ticketmaster.com

Jonathan Van Ness Luxor, 8:30 p.m. April 20, starting at $35. ticketmaster.com

Las Vegas Desert Dogs vs. Buffalo Bandits Mandalay Bay, 7 p.m. April 20. lasvegasdesertdogs.com

Luis Miguel T-Mobile Arena, 7 p.m. April 19, starting at $82.39. axs.com

Mariah Carey Park MGM, 8 p.m. April 17, 19-20, 24 & 26-27, starting at $85. ticketmaster.com

Our Last Night Mandalay Bay, 6:30 p.m. April 20, starting at $27.50. ticketmaster.com

Phish Sphere, 7:30 p.m. April 18-21, prices vary. tickets.phish.com

Scorpions Planet Hollywood, 8 p.m. April 18, 20, 24, 26, 28 and May 1 and 3, starting at $59. ticketmaster.com

Tamia & Joe Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, 8 p.m. April 19, starting at $80. axs.com

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling Palms, 4 p.m. April 20-21, starts at $50. ticketmaster.com

UNLVino Presents Sake Fever Resorts World Las Vegas, 7 p.m. April 19, starting at $85. unlvino.com

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Colorado Avalanche T-Mobile Arena, 12:30 p.m. April 14. axs.com

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Chicago Blackhawks T-Mobile Arena, 7 p.m. April 16. axs.com

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Anaheim Ducks T-Mobile Arena, 7 p.m. April 18, prices vary. axs.com

April 21-27

Bang Yongguk III Mandalay Bay, 6 p.m. April 21, starting at $29.50. ticketmaster.com

Chevelle Mandalay Bay, 7:30 p.m. April 25, starting at $39.50. ticketmaster.com

Gospel Brunch Mandalay Bay, 10 a.m. April 21, starting at $64.50. ticketmaster.com

Holo Holo Music Festival Downtown Las Vegas, 6 p.m. April 26-28, prices vary. holoholofestival.com

Jo Koy T-Mobile Arena, 8 p.m. April 26, starting at $55.69. axs.com

Lamb of God Mandalay Bay, 6 p.m. April 28, starting at $49.50. ticketmaster.com

Leon Bridges Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, 8 p.m. April 25, starting at $55. axs.com

Mariah Carey Park MGM, 8 p.m. April 24 & 26-27, starting at $85. ticketmaster.com

Movements Mandalay Bay, 6:30 p.m. April 26, starting at $30. ticketmaster.com

Phantasmagoria Las Vegas Plaza, 7 p.m. April 26, starting at $25. plazatix.com

Set It Off Mandalay Bay, 5:30 p.m. April 23, starting at $42. ticketmaster.com

Scorpions Planet Hollywood, 8 p.m. April 24, 26, 28 and May 1 and 3, starts at $59. ticketmaster.com

Smokey Robinson The Venetian, 8:30 p.m. April 24, 26-27, starting at $55. ticketmaster.com

Tyler Henry Westgate Las Vegas, 7 p.m. April 25, starting at $55. ticketmaster.com

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling Palms, 4 p.m. April 20-21, starting at $50. ticketmaster.com

Wu Bai & China Blue Resorts World Las Vegas, 8 p.m. April 27, starting at $108. ticketmaster.com

Xavi Mandalay Bay, 7:30 p.m. April 27, starting at $45. ticketmaster.com

April 28-May 4

Carlos Ballarta Palms, 8 p.m. May 3, starting at $39.95 . ticketmaster.com

Gospel Brunch Mandalay Bay, 10 a.m. April 28, starting at $64.50 . ticketmaster.com

Justin Willman The Venetian, 7:30 p.m. May 3-4, starting at $32. ticketmaster.com

Kidd Six Plaza, 9 p.m. May 3, starting at $10. plazatix.com

Lovers & Friends Festival Las Vegas Festival Grounds, 11 a.m. May 4, starting at $325. loversandfriendsfest.com

Mike Epps The Venetian, 8:30 p.m. May 3-4, starting at $49. ticketmaster.com

Omarion Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, 8 p.m. April 28, starting at $69. axs.com

P.O.D. Mandalay Bay, 6 p.m. May 2, starting at $27.50. ticketmaster.com

Pepe Aguilar MGM Grand, 7 p.m. May 3, starting at $64. axs.com

Scorpions Planet Hollywood, 8 p.m. April 28 and May 1 and 3, starting at $59. ticketmaster.com

The Veronicas Mandalay Bay, 7:30 p.m. May 4, starting at $32.50. ticketmaster.com

Wind Rose Mandalay Bay, 7 p.m. May 3, starting at $27.50. ticketmaster.com

ZZ Top Palms, 8 p.m. May 4, starting at $55. ticketmaster.com

May 5-11

Erra Mandalay Bay, 6 p.m. May 8, starting at $25.50. ticketmaster.com

Feid Mandalay Bay, 8 p.m. May 10, starting at $44. axs.com

Interpol Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, 8 p.m. May 10, starting at $54. axs.com

Kountry Wayne Palms, 7:30 p.m. May 11, starting at $32. ticketmaster.com

The Psychedelic Furs Mandalay Bay, 7 p.m. May 9, starting at $35. ticketmaster.com

Ralph Barbosa The Venetian, 8:30 p.m. May 5, starting at $45. ticketmaster.com

REO Speedwagon The Venetian, 8:30 p.m. May 8, 10-11, starts at $45. ticketmaster.com

The Rolling Stones Allegiant Stadium, 8 p.m. May 11, starting at $244.95. ticketmaster.com

Tesla Mandalay Bay, 8:30 p.m. April 5-6, 10 and 12-13, starting at $59.50. ticketmaster.com

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Showbiz Weekly Map


Ahern Hotel (G1) 725.214.4800

Aliante Casino & Hotel 702.692.7777

Aria (D3) 702.590.7111

Arizona Charlie’s Boulder 702.951.9000

Arizona Charlie’s Decatur 702.258.5200

Artisan Hotel Boutique (F2) 702.214.4000

Bellagio (D3) 702.693.7111

Bu alo Bill’s 702.386.7867

Caesars Palace (D2) 702.731.7266

Cannery 702.507.5700

Casino Royale (E3) 702.737.3500

Circus Circus (F2) 702.734.0410

The Cosmopolitan (D3) 702.698.7000

The Cromwell (E3) 702.777.3777

Delano (A4) 702.632.7888

Emerald Suites 702.948.9999

Encore (F2) 702.770.7171

Excalibur (C4) 702.597.7777

Flamingo (E3) 702.733.3111

Fortune Hotel & Suites (F4) 702.732.9100

Four Seasons Hotel (B5) 702.632.5000

Gold Coast (C2) 702.367.7111

Harrah’s (E2) 702.369.5000

Hilton Lake Las Vegas 702.567.4700

Horseshoe Las Vegas (E3) 702.967.4222

JW Marriott 702.869.7777

The Linq (E2) 702.731.3311

Luxor (B4) 702.262.4000

M Resort 702.797.1000

Mandalay Bay (A5) 702.632.7777

MGM Grand (D4) 702.891.1111

The Mirage (E2) 702.791.7111

New York–New York (C4) 702.740.6969

NoMad Las Vegas (C3) 833.706.6623





(A3) 702.365.7111

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Palazzo (F2) 702.607.7777
(C2) 866.752.2236 Howard Johnson OYO Las Vegas The Range 702 Gold Coast Four Seasons Mandalay Bay Delano Luxor Excalibur Park MGM Dolby Live Rio Palms WorldMark Hampton Inn Motel 6 La Quinta MGM Grand Chinatown Harry Reid International Airport Mandalay Place THESTRIP HaciendaAve. RenoAve. LasVegasBlvdS. GilesSt. TropicanaAve. DukeEllingtonWay SpringMountain FlamingoRd. DeanMartinDr. FrankSinatraDr. ValleyViewBlvd. ArvilleSt. TropicanaAve. ValleyViewBlvd. HaciendaAve.DeanMartinDr. FrankSinatraDr. MandalayBayRd. Waldorf Astoria Aria Vdara DesertInnRd. Motel 6 Travelodge by Wyndham Las Vegas Airport Near The Strip Silverton M Resort Green Valley Ranch Resort and The District Las Vegas South Premium Outlets New York-New York NoMad Polo Cosmopolitan CameronSt. The Orleans The Shops at Crystals Showcase Mall T-Mobile Arena The Park HarmonAve. 63 Las Vegas South Point Hotel & Casino Town Square Las Vegas WSKY Stadium Allegiant Stadium Home of the Las Vegas Raiders Maverick Helicopters RussellRd. Vegas Excalibur MGM Dolby Live 6 MGM TropicanaAve. Vdara District NoMad Showcase Park 63 South Point LAS VEGAS STRIP AND BEYOND 1 2 3 4 5 A A B B C C D D 1 2 3 4 5 A A B B C C D D

Paris (D3) 702.946.7000

Park MGM (C3) 702.730.7777

Planet Hollywood (D3) 702.785.5555

Platinum (E3) 702.365.5000

Primm Valley 702.386.7867

Renaissance Las Vegas (G3) 702.784.5700

Resorts World Las Vegas (F2) 702.676.7000

Rio (C2) 702.252.7777

Sahara Las Vegas (G2) 702.761.7000

Sam’s Town 702.456.7777

Silver Sevens (F4) 702.733.7000

Silverton 702.263.7777

South Point 702.796.7111

The STRAT (G2) 702.380.7777

Suncoast 702.636.7111

Treasure Island (E2) 702.894.7111

Tropicana Las Vegas (C4) 702.739.3626

Trump International (F2) 702.982.0000

Tuscany Suites & Casino (E3) 702.893.8933

Vdara (D3) 702.590.2767

The Venetian (E3) 702.414.9000

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas (F4) 702.693.5000

Waldorf Astoria (D3) 702.590.8888

Westgate Las Vegas (H2) 702.732.5111

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Westin Las Vegas (E3) 702.836.5900

Westin Lake Las Vegas 702.567.6000

Wynn (F2) 702.770.7000


Distances (miles)

Mandalay Bay to Tropicana .8

Tropicana to Flamingo 1

Flamingo to Treasure Island .8

Treasure Island to The STRAT 2.3

The STRAT to Fremont Street 1.8

The STRAT to Mandalay Bay 4.1

Fremont Street to Mandalay Bay 6

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