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When it comes to a fabulous Easter brunch Las Vegas style, you have plenty options, so hop around and check out some of the best brunches in Las Vegas:
Bally's Sterling Brunch is a great option for Easter in Vegas, with an exquisite experience served in the rarified setting of Bally's Steakhouse. Champagne, Sturgeon caviar, and lobster mingle with freshly prepared sushi, omelets, and beef tenderloin guarantees a diverse dining experience. Tempting desserts and time-appropriate drinks (mimosas, anyone?) round out the selections.
Texas de Brazil at Town Square Las Vegas offers a complete experience with traditional cuts of lamb, along with beef, pork, chicken and Brazilian sausage.
A bustling culinary food hall, the Wicked Spoon Buffet at The Cosmopolitan delivers well-crafted original selections for every appetite. With its mix of top quality, familiar staples in addition to imaginative and seasonal dishes, this buffet will satisfy every Easter craving.
Get ready for a weekend of top artists, parties and cowboy culture April 4-7 when Vegas Goes Country!
The biggest names in country music gather April 6 for the Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand. The ACM Fan Jam at Mandalay Bay will be a live remote party as part of the ACM Awards, and will include a concert by Florida Georgia Line.
On April 4–5, check out the Party for a Cause festival at The Linq between The Quad and Flamingo resorts. This outdoor music festival will feature multiple stages for ongoing live country music performances, interactive games, a country marketplace and more – headlined by Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban!
While you're here, saddle up for some downhome country cookin'. Try The Flame Steakhouse at El Cortez and experience vintage downtown Vegas. Or stick to the Strip and belly up to the bar at the Old Homestead Steakhouse at Caesars Palace.
Quick bites and beer more your thing? Grab a burger at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, named after the country singer’s hit single. This joint at Harrah’s features more than 100 pieces of the singer’s memorabilia, including signed guitars, platinum records and clothing worn by the man himself. Or head over to PBR Rock Bar & Grill in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood for some traditional American comfort food.
Las Vegas is home to several country-themed bars, where the standard dress code includes jeans, boots, hats … and a personalized belt buckle. Order up some whiskey and scoot your boots around the dance floor at Coyote Ugly at New York-New York Hotel & Casino, or take some western dance classes at Revolver Bar & Saloon at Santa Fe Station.
Then throw on your sexiest western wear and head over to Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que at Treasure Island for a boot-stompin’ good time with bikini bull riding and some of the sexiest cowgirls this side of Texas. Of course, there’s the famous Stoney’s Rockin’ Country at Town Square, where you can polish up your line dancin’ moves, too.
Country's biggest weekend is almost here - make your plans to be a part of the fun when Vegas Goes Country!
We can't all be commander-in-chief ... but you'll feel like you're in charge when you spend Presidents Day Weekend in Las Vegas!
Let’s start small – penny slots. You can win big even when playing with just a penny in Vegas. Check out Penny Lane at Boyd Gaming properties (Orleans, Gold Coast, Suncoast, Sam’s Town, California, Fremont and Main Street Station) -- where you can earn more bonuses, more often! Don’t take our word for it – hear what Lincoln has to say:
Then, rent a stretch "Lincoln" limo and cruise the Strip before heading to Sugar Factory American Brasserie for some goodies. With locations at Paris Las Vegas and the new sweet spot at Town Square, you'll find plenty of tasty treats. May we suggest a handful of jelly beans? Ronald Reagan would be proud!
Once you're stocked up on sweet treats, head to The Range 702 in honor of our 2nd amendment supporters, such as George Bush. You'll find products for the sportsman, the history buff, the gamer and even the first-time shooter. Visitors to The Range 702 can shoot automatic and semi-automatic weapons, handguns and specialty equipment.
By now you've probably worked up an appetite - head west to Bonnie Springs Ranch restaurant in Red Rock Canyon where the cinematic bar is decorated with thousands of one-dollar bills from customers all around the world. Be sure to sign and date your George Washington before hanging it on the ceiling where it will stay for at least a full term.
Speaking of dollar bills, use them wisely during Presidents Day Weekend by checking out all the free shows in Vegas that will keep you from pulling presidents from your wallet!
If you're willing to throw down a few Andrew Jacksons, check out Downtown Gordie Brown - the talented entertainer impersonates President Bill Clinton, among others, in his act at the Golden Nugget. Regardless of which party you support come election time, presidential parodies always make for a great laugh!
No "presidential"-themed visit to Vegas would be complete without taking the Hoover Dam Top to Bottom Tour. It offers an in-depth look at this engineering wonder of the world located just outside Las Vegas as well as a peaceful ride down the Colorado River.
You'll run a great weekend campaign here in Vegas - and there's always room for a second term, so come on back (but don't wait 4 years please). Book your trip at LasVegas.com and spend Presidents Day weekend in the Entertainment Capital of the World - it's a landslide victory!
Las Vegas is always fun for everyone, but sometimes, you just want it to be special for two -- get cozy this Valentine's Day Weekend and share an intimate meal with your special someone.
Say it with a rose! Experience exquisite service in a hidden romantic setting at Hugo's Cellar at the Four Queens, where every lady is presented with a red rose when they arrive. If you prefer a higher level of dining, check out Binion’s Ranch Steakhouse atop Binion’s Casino. Every seat in this romantic gem offers a mix of old school charm with a view of the new Downtown skyline.
Don't just feel like you're on Top of the World -- eat there, too, at the restaurant more than 800 feet above the city at Stratosphere Tower. See unparalleled views of Las Vegas as this one-of-a-kind restaurant revolves 360 degrees in one hour and 20 minutes.
For more inspiring views, dine at Alize at the top of the Palms' Ivory Tower, overlooking the Las Vegas Strip while you enjoy world-class cuisine or watch the magnificent Fountains of Bellagio as you savor award-winning cuisine across the street at the charming Strip-side French Bistro, Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas.
For the finest in Italian cuisine with a spectacular city view, reserve a table for two at Scarpetta at The Cosmopolitan or enjoy seasonal dishes and progressive American cuisine at Aureole inside Mandalay Bay.
There are plenty of other great deals all weekend in Vegas! Visit Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat inside The Mirage Feb. 14-16 and take advantage of a special Valentine’s Day package, which includes interaction with bottlenose dolphins.
Lovebirds can take flight at JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa with the Valentine’s Day Spa Couple’s Package. The hotel package features a deluxe guestroom, red rose turndown, Champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries.
Looking to tie the knot? (It's happened more than a few times in Vegas on Valentine's Day, you know). Wynn Las Vegas is offering the Eternally Yours Valentine’s Day Wedding Ceremony Package, which includes everything from a professional photo session to a Champagne toast to commemorate the special day. Caesars Palace is also offering special perks to couples who book a Roman Wedding Package.
When it comes to romantic dining options, Las Vegas has everything you need. And since Valentine's Day falls on a Friday this year, surprise your significant other with a romantic weekend getaway to Vegas! Book your trip and make your reservation today at LasVegas.com.
Don't slave over the stove this Thanksgiving -- let Vegas serve up a heaping helping of fun all weekend long! Here are 10 things to be thankful that you can do in Vegas this weekend:
2. FOOTBALL. There's plenty of it on Thanksgiving and throughout the weekend, and you'll have the best seat in the house at any of Vegas' spacious sports books or venues such as Lagasse's Stadium at The Palazzo or the Ainsworth at the Hard Rock.
3. NAP TIME: After a huge Thanksgiving feast, sometimes, hey, we all need a little nap. Fortunately, Las Vegas' hotel accommodations are second to none.
5. WORKING OFF THAT BIG MEAL: Get your dance on at any of Las Vegas' signature nightclubs, such as XS at Encore Las Vegas, where Chris Lake spins Friday night and Sultan & Ned Shepard perform on Saturday.
6. SHOPPING ON BLACK FRIDAY: You'll find something for everyone on your holiday list, and on Black Friday, you're sure to find great deals at Las Vegas Premiums Outlets locations downtown and on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip.
7. REJUVENATE: Give yourself a holiday gift, too, with a little pampering. Enjoy a Traditional Turkish Hammam treatment at the Drift Spa at Palms Place.
8. SHOWTIME: There's a reason Las Vegas is called The Entertainment Capital of the World. Check out the comedy, concert and production show lineup for this weekend!
9. SEEK YOUR THRILLS: Get your heart pumping and take on the Stratosphere Tower Thrill Rides. You'll be thankful for the controlled atmosphere while you plummet from 800 feet with SkyJump.
10. GET INTO THE SEASON: Check out some of Las Vegas' festive holiday displays, such as the Ethel M Chocolates and Cactus Garden, Glittering Lights at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the Conservatory at the Bellagio and the Waterfall, Atrium & Gardens at The Palazzo, which feature hand-designed snowflakes suspended midair in the three-floor-high atrium.
No matter what you're hungry for, it's easy to find in Las Vegas -- especially at any of our amazing all-you-can-eat buffets! Here's a quick list of some of our top spots to fill up your plate:
You work hard, so play hard this Labor Day weekend in Las Vegas!
While you take a break from work, perhaps enjoy a few precious works -- Warhol Out West at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art includes Andy Warhol's 1960s paintings of celebrities and consumer products, the 1980s advertisement series, the "Double Elvis" painting and his rarely seen "Cowboys and Indians" series, among others.
Or, perhaps celebrate the work of a true Vegas legend and dine at Sinatra inside Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. It's a culinary homage to Ol' Blue Eyes with great food and nostalgic memorabilia of the Chairman of the Board.
You know what they say about "all work and no play," so give yourself a weekend in Vegas you'll savor all year round!
Some of the best restaurants in Las Vegas tend to have one thing that's always on the menu: a great view.
Nothing pairs better with a great cuisine than a veritable feast for the eyes. The Strip is a spectacular place, and the restaurants, naturally, do their level best to fit right in. See for yourself from the unique vantage points at Comme Ca at The Cosmopolitan; Diablo's Cantina at Monte Carlo
and Mix Lounge at THEhotel at Mandalay Bay.Or get up close with patio views from PBR Rock Bar & Grill and Cabo Wabo Cantina, both at Planet Hollywood.
But fantastic restaurants with a view go beyond the Strip. The views are spectacular because the city has skillfully made itself spectacular. Las Vegas, of course, is world-renowned for its shimmering, neon-lit nights. After nightfall, terra cotta buildings and pale blue skies give way to a diamond-encrusted darkness.
See the city like you never have before from high above at the Top of the World at the Stratosphere or the Eiffel Tower restaurant at Paris Las Vegas.
For more astonishing views, dine at Wynn Las Vegas' Lakeside with its breathtaking backdrop of pine-topped mountains and sweeping views of the picturesque Lake of Dreams, or step into the beautiful life at San Marco inside The Venetian at Otta Enoteca Pizzeria.
Take a trip downtown and see a breathtaking view of the heart of downtown, the Fremont Street Experience, while you indulge at Oscar's inside the Plaza. The romantic Hugo's Cellar in the basement of the Four Queens hotel may not have a view, but it sure gives you a glimpse into the historic past of Las Vegas!
Check out all of the exciting and award-winning restaurants with a view in Vegas!
This weekend, order up some great music with a side of arts, culture and delicious food in Vegas! At The Venetian, Sammy Hagar performs while Emeril Lagasse serves up dishes at the Tiki Party. Downtown, soak in some arts and culture at First Friday and enjoy a free show with Hinder on Saturday.
With top musical groups and comedy acts in showrooms and the world's best DJs spinning inside the hottest nightclubs, there's no better place to let loose this weekend than Las Vegas! Here's a rundown:
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There's plenty of excitement in downtown Las Vegas this weekend! It all starts with First Friday, the monthly art celebration featuring the work of more than 100 artists, including painting, ceramics, mixed media, photography, jewelry, textile arts and sculpture.
Book rooms and get show tickets, club passes and more at the all-new LasVegas.com!