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Forget socks or a tie. Get Dad what he really wants ... some fun in Las Vegas!

Don't surprise your dad with another dud this Father's Day. Chances are he still hasn't used all the socks you gave him last year. This Father's Day, get him something he really needs. A trip to Las Vegas! And hey, just to make sure he has a good time and all that, maybe you should join him ... you know, to make up for all those times he helped chaperon you. Great idea, isn't it?

Bear's Best

Start with a relaxing round on the links. Las Vegas has more than 55 championship golf courses crafted by some of the game's greats, such as Jack Nicklaus, Raymond Floyd, Tom Weiskopf and Arnold Palmer.

Now he's ready to get his adrenaline pumping. How about giving him a brand-new race car for Father's Day? OK, so he can't keep it ... but he'll enjoy the thrill of getting behind the wheel at Exotics Racing or the Richard Petty Driving Experience

Downtown Summerlin

Then, help Dad update his wardrobe with some stylish threads. You'll find everything you need to get Dad decked out in Las Vegas' amazing shopping centers, including the open-air Downtown Summerlin shops. Just please, skip the socks this time.

Charlie Palmer Steak

Once he's dressed to kill, it's time to fuel up. First, dinner -- most Dads love to eat, and Las Vegas has some of the most award-winning restaurants anywhere on the globe. Treat him to a memorable steak dinner at Charlie Palmer Steak at the Four Seasons, or Cut by Wolfgang Puck at The Palazzo. If he's a seafood lover, Rick Moonen's RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay has fine dining accommodations upstairs and a more casual setting on the ground floor to choose from, or treat Dad to fresh steamers, shrimp, lobster, crab, clam chowder and calamari at the Oyster Bar at Harrah's.

Finally, treat Dad to any of Las Vegas' unbeatable shows and you've got the perfect Father's Day gift -- a Las Vegas excursion that he'll think about fondly all year long.

Stay cool all summer long with these Vegas treats

Las Vegas certainly can satisfy anyone's tastes - with incredible shows, nightlife, shopping, spas and more. And when it comes to taste buds, Las Vegas has an all-star roster of celebrity-chef run restaurants that can handle any appetite.

But what about capping off the perfect meal with a fabulous dessert? Have no fear, you'll find something for any craving your sweet tooth desires.

How about a shake that's part dessert and part ... cocktail? The Drunken Monkey at Holstein's inside The Cosmopolitan is worth going ape over. The Red Velvet Cake  and and Campfire S'mores shakes are also desserts with a little kick. Another adult-style dessert can be found at N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms, home to s’mores concocted with housemade strawberry,amaretto hazelnut-flavored or orange Grand Marnier marshmallows, and chocolate ganache-covered graham crackers. 


For a more traditional cupcake-and-ice-cream experience, Sprinkles at The Linq has some innovative creations. Not to mention a cupcake ATM for those on the go, or who are having - pardon the pun, sugar withdrawals. Over at New York-New York, Shake Shack features some classic shakes and frozen custard treats.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

Stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie inside ARIA Resort at CityCenter and try any of their 45-flavor line of house-made gelatos or exquisite chocolates. 

For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, the Golden Opulence Sundae at Serendipity 3 outside Caesars Palace is as elegant as its name, from the baccarat crystal glass to the gold-plated spoon with which it is served. It's a foot-tall super sundae with five scoops of rich Tahitian vanilla ice cream, topped with 23K edible gold leaf, rare chocolates made from cocoa beans found only on the Venezuelan coast, and an array of exotic fruits. So exotic are the ingredients, you have to order it two days in advance. If that's out of your price range, don't fret - it's one of many over-the-top desserts that Serendipity 3 offers.

Whatever dessert flavor you fancy, you'll find it in Las Vegas!


5 Ways to Experience Las Vegas through Food and Drink

Expedia Viewfinder and LasVegas.com partnered up to highlight ways to get the full Sin City experience with a culinary vacation.

With Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit food festival coming up on the horizon in April, we’re salivating just thinking of the culinary bang that will take place on The Strip. To keep our taste buds satisfied until the gourmet event, we wanted to get a taste of Las Vegas. Our team at Expedia Viewfinder joined forces with LasVegas.com to showcase the best ways to eat and drink your way through Sin City:

Ridiculous Extravagance

As a recipient of the Chef of the Century Award, Joël Robuchon is considered royalty in the world of French cuisine. His namesake restaurant, Joël Robuchon, in the MGM Grand is the first and only Vegas eatery to earn three Michelin stars. With just 12 tables, the upscale restaurant presents the height of exclusivity. While dining a la carte is possible, true culinary enthusiasts dive into the Prix Fixe Menu. This gourmet collection includes to-die-for courses that range from a lobster dish to a mascarpone masterpiece.


Las Vegas is all about the buffet scene. We’re not talking cafeteria-style eateries with slops of mashed potatoes and gravy, but rather high-end restaurants with endless gourmet cuisine. The Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace is a feast for your eyes and stomach as it serves up more than 500 dishes. Make yourself comfortable in one of the three elegant dining rooms before taking a culinary tour of the global fare, from the made-to-order Japanese sushi to the Italian samplings. Pile up your plate, and don’t miss out on the exquisite red velvet pancakes and the divine oak-grilled lamb chops.

Enticing Entertainment

For those looking for a spin on the ordinary nightlife scene, enter Rose. Rabbit. Lie. at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, and experience the Modern Supper Club. This show seamlessly combines a restaurant and club ambience with live entertainment, where anything can happen and anything goes. Visitors are invited to come in and dine or grab a drink at the bar, and then watch as the magic naturally unfolds. Every night is different, so expect the unexpected at this alternative venue.

Extreme Cuisine

When it comes to dining in captivating Las Vegas, the menu should be as alluring as the city itself. Bazaar Meat by José Andrés at SLS Las Vegas will certainly do the trick when visitors are looking for extraordinary cuisine. Caviar flights, suckling pig crispy skin, and s'mores foie gras are just a few of the decadent treats offered. With menu categories like “More Than Meats the Eye” and “Meat from the Sea,” diners can prep their palates for protein overload at this unrivaled steakhouse.


Heightened Nightlife

Hakkasan Las Vegas is a five-story restaurant and night club where the choice is yours. The first floor boasts the main dining room, where guests can eat in an intimate space among strategically placed woodwork, while the second floor is reserved as the Private Dining Room. This secluded area overlooks the first floor and includes a private lounge with plush chairs that evoke a VIP-worthy ambience. Floors three through five are devoted to the club scene: Ling Ling Lounge, Ling Ling Club, Pavilion, Main Room, and Mezzanine. Each of these hot spots embody Hakkasan’s signature charm, but they’re all unique in that they create different vibes, with trendy cocktail lounges, energetic dance floors, lush garden bars, and more.

From decadent fare whipped up by celebrity chefs to five-story clubs and restaurants, Las Vegas pairs extraordinary food and drinks with out-of-this-world entertainment. When you’re hungry for a good time, plan a trip to Vegas and don’t forget your appetite.

Want to see more of what you can do on your next trip to Las Vegas? Check out the Expedia Viewfinder Image Library for more images of what Vegas has to offer.

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Things you could be doing in Las Vegas instead of working

A quick look at things you could be doing at work instead of having fun in Las Vegas:

1) Working.

2) Surfing the Internet, reading articles like, well, this one ... and thinking about how great it would be if you were actually in the Entertainment Capital of the World.

Now, let's flip that equation around. When you take a look at things you could be doing in Las Vegas instead of working, you get substantially different results.After all, having limitless fun in Las Vegas IS hard work ... but we think you are just the right person for the job. Here's just some of what you could be doing:


The Big Apple Coaster

FIND YOUR THRILLS: If your job is monotonous and humdrum, Las Vegas can definitely get your adrenaline pumping. From the Big Apple Roller Coaster (above) at New York-New York to the thrill rides at the Stratosphere to ziplining across hotel towers at the Rio

Planet Hollywood Spa by Mandara

RELIEVE STRESS: If you deal with a lot of stress in the workplace, a treatment or two at a unique Las Vegas luxury spa can help you relax and rejuvenate. The Spa at Wynn Las Vegas will provide just the serenity you need, or you can give yourself a Tinseltown-worthy treatment at Planet Hollywood's Spa by Mandara (above). The Ciel Spa at SLS Las Vegas and Reliquary Spa at the Hard Rock Hotel are other great options for indulging in a little pampering.


NO BROWN-BAGGING IT: Forget packing a lunch, depending on what's in the office vending machines or eating fast food at your desk. Las Vegas is home to the biggest celebrity chefs and sommeliers and gourmet restaurants. How about digging into a lunch with Jose Andres' flavorful Spanish menu inside Jaleo (above) at The Cosmopolitan. And when dinner rolls around, the delicious steaks at Vic & Anthony's inside the Golden Nugget downtown and the authentic Chinese cuisine at Lao Sze Chuan at the Palms will keep your taste buds working overtime, even if you aren't. 

Drai's Nightclub

'WORKING' DEEP INTO THE NIGHT: You won't be watching the clock waiting for the day to end in Las Vegas. With popular nightlife hot spots like Drai's Nightclub atop The Cromwell and the five-level Hakkasan inside the MGM Grand, you won't be in a hurry to beat rush-hour traffic here.

Add in the unbeatable year-round production shows, concerts, comedy, magic and other entertainment, the incredible shopping, golf and more, and the ultimate getaway from the workday grind awaits. Until then, there's just a little more work to do: Plan your adventure at LasVegas.com today. 


Grab your swimwear ... Vegas pool season is here!

Pool season is here, so grab your hottest swimwear and experience poolside parties, concerts and luxury like you won't find anywhere on Earth.

TAO Beach


It starts with incredible pool parties hosted by some of the world’s best DJs spinning in the sun all day long. Catch some tunes and tans at Wet Republic at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Liquid Day Club & Lounge at ARIA Resort & Casino and Tao Beach (above) at The Venetian Las Vegas.

Taking its famed nightlife headliners outside, Marquee Dayclub at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers three-story bungalow lofts, poolside cabanas with infinity pools and a massive party deck. In Downtown Las Vegas, high above the award-winning Tank pool at the Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino, guests can relax with signature cocktails while mingling with friends and family in a luxurious private cabana or daybed.

Foxtail Pool Club

Looking for an all-new pool experience? The Foxtail Pool Club at SLS Las Vegas features 26 cabanas and 31 daybeds and blends sophistication with a real party atmosphere. Do you prefer your daytime fun at night? XS, the sophisticated nightclub within Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, combines the alluring elements of daylife parties with the energy of the nightlife scene at Night Swim. Guests are encouraged to shed their evening attire and don their best swimwear while taking a dip in the pool and dancing under the stars at the Sunday after-dark soiree. No matter where you go, each Las Vegas pool offers a slightly different experience, though all will offer an electric dance music line-up and lush, refreshing surroundings.

Palms Pool

Several resort pools also have popular themed parties throughout the summer. Touted as the original dayclub in Las Vegas, REHAB at Hard Rock Hotel on Sundays continue to be one of the hottest summer parties on the Strip, with chic cabanas, lively music and gorgeous people. Palms Pool (above) at Palms Casino Resort is heating things up with the return of Las Vegas’ ultimate pool party, Ditch Fridays. 

Looking to relax and catch some rays in a more tranquil atmosphere? Get treated like a deity at the Caesars Palace Garden of the Gods Oasis. You'll love the spacious, luxurious and stately collection of exclusive pools, decadent cabanas and palatial sunbathing spots. The Bacchus pool overlooks the expanded Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, boasting imperial views of the  Jupiter and Apollo pools and upscale amenities by attentive cabanas servers.

Mandalay Beach

     Or if you're just looking to sink your toes in the sand – real sand, as in 2,700 tons of it – head to Mandalay Beach. This lush, 11-acre tropical water environment is comprised of a sand-and-surf beach, lazy river ride, four pools and a jogging track, provides a remarkable recreation and relaxation experience. The wave pool is capable of waves up to six feet.

     Stay cool all summer long with a Las Vegas pool experience you'll never forget! 

Party by the pool all Memorial Day Weekend

Make your Memorial Day Weekend a truly memorable one with a Las Vegas getaway. You'll experience unparalleled pool parties, nightlife and entertainment that only Vegas can deliver. 

Daylight at Mandalay Bay

Start with one of Las Vegas' legendary pool soirees. How about a few days with EDM icons Zedd, Kaskade, Avicii and David Guetta? They're all at Encore Beach Club during the long holiday weekend.

Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix and Tiesto headline at MGM Grand's Wet Republic and Porter Robinson, Benny Benassi, Dash Berlin and Cedric Gervais are spinning at Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan

Other Vegas pools and dayclubs that are sure to be hot spots during Memorial Day Weekend include Daylight at Mandalay Bay (pictured above), Drai's Beach Club at The Cromwell, Rehab at the Hard Rock Hotel and the pool parties at the Palms

Mariah Carey

Then, it's showtime! Catch Mariah Carey performing nothing but chart-topping hits in her new residency, Mariah Carey #1s at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Or get your laugh on at The Venetian with the hllarious stand up of Whitney Cummings or when Kevin Hart takes the stage at Mandalay Bay


Continue the party deep into the night at any of Las Vegas' signature clubs. Live it up at LiFE inside SLS Las Vegas or check out the brand-new Omnia at Caesars Palace. You never know which celebrities you'll find and there's nothing like Las Vegas nightlife. 

Add in the incredible restaurants, shopping, spas and more, and you'll have no problem making it a weekend to remember. Take advantage of the extra day and join the party in Vegas! Here's who you can find where all weekend long, or click here for our full show lineup:

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Chris Brown, Tim Allen, NASCAR Weekend and more!

Get your engine running this weekend with the excitement of NASCAR coupled with the concerts, comedy, celebrities and club scene that only Vegas can deliver, and you're sure to end up in the winner's circle. Check out who's in town this weekend below, or scroll through our full weekend lineup.

NASCAR Weekend

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Chris Brown with Trey Songz ft. Tyga

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Enjoy a meal poolside

Just because you're supposed to wait a while to swim after you eat doesn't mean you have to wait to enjoy a great poolside view ... sit down to a memorable meal at any of the delicious poolside dining options you'll find in Las Vegas!

Terrace Pointe Cafe

Indulge on coast-to-cast American favorites while gazing at the pools and garden beauty at Wynn Las Vegas' Terrace Pointe Cafe.

Also on the Strip, sit on the poolside patio and indulge in gloriously simple, home-style Italian favorites that have been passed down for generations at Rao's inside Caesars Palace. Relax at the tropical poolside setting of the Paradise Cafe at The Mirage, where you can enjoy a continental breakfast, lavish lunch, alluring snacks and exotic drinks. It's as perfect as the name indicates. 

Azure pool

Featuing a menu by legendary chef Wolfgang Puck, Azure Pool at The Palazzo is an opulent daytime pool experience you'll never forget. Slide next door to The Venetian and enjoy bistro classics and more amid a beautiful garden poolside setting at Bouchon

Toward the south end of the Strip, the Pool Cafe on the 8th floor deck at Mandarin Oriental offers a selection of fresh cuisine, thirst-quenching drinks and sweet treats poolside at chic wicker tables or in the comport of a private cabana. Border Grill at Mandalay Bay and Veranda next door at the Four Seasons each offer poolside seating. 

Off the Strip, you can lounge poolside or on the outdoor patio as Sandsabar and Grille at the Westin Lake Las Vegas supplies your favorite liquid refreshments or a quick meal to restore your spirits.


Downtown Las Vegas has some scenic poolside dining options as well, including Downtown Grand's PICNIC. SNibble on simple foods with unique ingredients served in a casual setting. 

Great eats are always available poolside in Las Vegas! 

Viva Las Vegas for Cinco de Mayo fiestas

Las Vegas is synonymous with fiestas, so it's only natural that on Cinco de Mayo, you'll have lots of places to celebrate! Here are cinco "Cinco" options ... and be sure to enjoy authentic food and tasy margaritas at any of Las Vegas' many Mexican restaurants and hot spots. A few must-see Cinco celebrations:


Javier's inside ARIA Resort at CityCenter delivers a rich heritage of authentic Mexican cuisine along with hand-shaken margaritas and a high-energy ambiance to Las Vegas. .

Mesa Grill

Bobby Flay brings the vibrant Southwestern cuisine of his acclaimed Mesa Grill - and an awesome lobster taco for a fun Cinco de Mayo twist - to Las Vegas at Mesa Grill inside Caesars Palace.

Cadillac Mexican Cantina

You can also have mouthwatering Mexican food and choose from more than 70 boutique tequilas at Cadillac Mexican Cantina & Tequila Bar downtown at Golden Nugget ...


... or enjoy a variety of creative tacos made with handmade corn masa tortillas, five different guacamoles, three choices of refreshing ceviche and classic dishes like enchiladas and chile rellenos at Mercadito in the Red Rock Resort.

Pink Taco

Pink Taco at the Hard Rock pairs authentic Mexican fare with plenty of happy hour beer and margaritas especiales, the perfect Cinco de Mayo combination. 

Viva Las Vegas for Cinco de Mayo!


Vegas Weekend: Rascal Flatts, Pentatonix, Wayne Brady and more

It's the weekend, which means the biggest names is music, comedy, celebrities and more are descending on Las Vegas. Check out who's in town this weekend below, or scroll through our full weekend lineup.

Rascal Flatts

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