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10 dishes to try in Las Vegas this month

Grab your seat at the table and check out our menu of 10 delicious dishes for January:

1. Sushi burritos at Soho SushiBurrito (formerly Jabbaritos), 2600 W. Sahara Ave., Ste. 115

Chef John Lee gives you everything you need to create a tasty sushi burrito to your liking. Choose from nori, tempura shrimp, crab salad, seaweed salad, Unagi sauce, spicy mayo, tempura crunches, and more ... of course, don't forget the sushi rice. For $10, you can fill up in a custom dish.

2. Bacon Jam from Carson Kitchen, 124 S 6th St., Ste 100

Served with baked brie and toasted baguette, the bacon jam at Carson Kitchen in Downtown Las Vegas is a meal all its own. Plus, you can sit in the garden-style rooftop patio and literally jam while you enjoy the jam, with the help of live bands and DJ’s. 


3. Pop Rockin' Roll at Kumi inside Mandalay Bay

This unique dish includes spicy tuna, crab, salmon, avocado and, yes, pop rocks. Pair it with a speciality cocktail from the in-house master mixologist.

4. Doritos Mac ‘n’ Cheese at PBR Rock Bar at Planet Hollywood

America's favorite comfort food encrusted with Doritos. Say no more. It's perfect at PBR Rock Bar, a modern vibe where Sexy Cowgirl meets Bad Boy Rocker and a great spot for people-watching in the heart of the Strip.

5. Shrimp Quesadilla from Tacos & Tequila at Luxor

A flour tortilla with black beans, Oaxaca cheese, chile chipotle aioli, pico de gallo, crema fresca and avocado and shrimp ... a modern twist on a classic Mexican favorite. T & T serves it up with a rock'n'roll flair. 

Hong Kong Cafe

6. Pepper Crusted Beef Tenderloin with Golden Garlic Flakes at Hong Kong Cafe at Palazzo

The name itself is a mouthful, and the dish doesn't disappoint. Enjoy this fusion of Asian with Western fare reminiscent of the cafe scene in Hong Kong.

7. Deep Fried Oreos at Park on Fremont

They are so good, that the Deep Fried Oreos at Park on Fremont is the only dessert on the menu. Head downtown to the Fremont East District to try them, and you'll see why. 


8. Dinner and a show: Andrea's and Le Rêve – The Dream at Wynn Las Vegas

Enjoy your choice of shared plates and hand-crafted cocktails at Andrea’s inside Encore at Wynn Las Vegas before the 7 p.m. performance of Le Rêve – The Dream. Andrea’s energetic dining scene and Asian-influenced flavors create the perfect pre-show experience. This dinner and show pairing includes your choice of five items from a specially-selected menu and a premium show ticket.

The water-based show at Wynn Las Vegas was inspired by a 1932 painting of the same name by Pablo Picasso. 

9. Lobster Roll at Giada at The Cromwell

This delicious dish at Giada speaks for itself. A delicious take on a lobster roll, pairing perfectly with the signature Italian cuisine at the celebrity chef's restaurant overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. 

10. Cotton Candy Fois Gras Lollipops at Bazaar Meat at SLS Las Vegas

The secret to this lollipop-sized treat on a stick is to eat it in one bite to get all of the textures and flavors together. It's the perfect kickoff to a hearty meal inside celebrity chef Jose Andres' Bazaar Meat

Spark up your romance this Valentine's Day in Las Vegas

Whether you've got that special someone or you're still aiming Cupid's arrow, be sure to point it toward Las Vegas for a romantic Las Vegas getaway.

Ciel spa

Start with a little soothing of the senses. Las Vegas is home to the more than 45 unique and relaxing luxury spas. Most spas offer specials for couples. Ciel spa at SLS Las Vegas has a couples massage suite that's perfect for you and your valentine.

You'll find specialty spa services all over Las Vegas, such as sport, Shiatsu and Swedish massages; herbal baths; wraps; aromatherapy and reflexology; steam rooms, saunas, whirlpools; and more. You'll be in the lap of luxury and leave feeling invigorated and refreshed.

Gondola ride

Then you'll be ready for a night out just for two. Take a stroll through the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in the early evening or a romantic gondola ride at The Venetian. Then head into the Four Queens Hotel and look for Hugo's Cellar. As you might guess, it's in the basement of the hotel - a rustic, charming and vintage Vegas restaurant awaits you. The food and ambience are top-notch; both complemented by some of Vegas' finest servers. And tradition here is strong, as every lady receives a complimentary rose upon leaving. For the ultimate in intimacy, dine in the 50-seat gourmet room at Michael's inside the South Point.

Eiffel Tower Experience

If you don't want to dine in a cellar, you can have your head in the clouds instead, overlooking Las Vegas at the Stratosphere's Top of the World restaurant, or experience the ultimate in romantic getaways at Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Great food, piano entertainment and a view of the city - it's a Valentine's Day dinner your partner will never forget. Just across Las Vegas Boulevard, there is no better waterfront dining experience than Le Cirque. Exquisite French cuisine and an extensive wine list will tempt your taste buds as you enjoy the famous dancing Fountains of Bellagio.

Chandelier Bar

Afterward, get cozy and enjoy some of Las Vegas' unique nightlife, from the panoramic views at Drai's Nightclub atop The Cromwell to the retro-swagger of Matt Goss at Caesars Palace. Then enjoy late-night cocktails at The Chandlier at The Cosmopolitan, a unique three-level bar with different experience on each.

Las Vegas weddings

Of course, if you're looking to tie the knot, Las Vegas knows a thing or two about weddings. The Bellagio is one of several resorts with special wedding day packages just for Valentine's Day


10 Places to Expense Dinner in Vegas

Another year has come and gone, and with that means CES is only a few days away. It’s a time when innovation and technology collide and a time for convention-goers to try some of the world’s best restaurants that can only be found in Las Vegas.

For those of you going on an “all-expenses-paid trip,” which you can thank your hard work for, we’ve gathered a list of the restaurants best suited for each budget. Whether your work prefers you to eat on the lighter side or allows you to live the high-roller lifestyle, this list offers the best for everyone.

Buddy V's Ristorante

$ − Entrees under $30

  1. Buddy V’s Ristorante at The Venetian

The Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro, opened his first restaurant only a few years ago at The Venetian. It encompasses a mix of Italian-American dishes that have been passed down within his family. If you’re looking for some good home cooking, this is the place to go. And, of course, Buddy V didn’t forget to include his specialty − a bakery. Included on the menu is an impressive selection of deserts that include cannolis, the XL lobster tail and warm Nutella cake.

Dish to try: Valastro Sunday Gravy

Cost: $26

  1. Siegel’s 1941 at El Cortez

This is a restaurant the makes you feel like you’ve stepped back in time to the early days of Las Vegas,; one where Bugsy Siegel was the big man in town. It’s a sophisticated restaurant with an old school twist that’s open 24/7 to satisfy all types of diners. And best of all, you’re always likely to find some type of daily special.

Dish to try: Steak Frites Steak Special

Cost: $19.41

$$ − Entrees under $50

  1. Katsuya at SLS Las Vegas

Katsuya not only features a dynamic pairing menu that encompasses Japanese flavor into an American dish from master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi, but it also hosts an award-winning mixology program. It’s a restaurant that has been voted “one of the 50 hottest restaurants” by Open Table and is sure to serve some of the best sushi in town.

Dish to try: Omakase Sushi

Cost: $45

Giada at The Cromwell

  1. Giada at The Cromwell

Celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis opened her first ever restaurant with the opening of the boutique hotel, The Cromwell. The menu focuses mostly on Italian-style food but offers a wide variety of both vegan and gluten-free options. What’s exciting about Giada is that customers can watch chefs make fresh breads, pastas and desserts while also enjoying a stunning view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Dish to try: Spaghetti (shrimp, lemon and basil)

Cost: $34

Top of the World

$$$ − Entrees under $100

  1. Top of the World at Stratosphere

Want to eat at a restaurant with one of the best views of Las Vegas? Then this is the place for you. Situated 844 feet in the air with a 360-degree view of the city that rotates every 80 minutes, it’s no surprise this restaurant is known as the one of the most romantic restaurants in Las Vegas. But don’t let that stop you from coming here on your business trip.

Dish to try: Tasting Menu       

Cost: $98

  1. Sinatra inside Encore at Wynn Las Vegas

Where else other than Las Vegas would you be able to find a restaurant dedicated to the music man himself, Frank Sinatra? Inside Encore at Wynn, guests can ravish themselves in dishes favored by Sinatra himself. A menu prepared by chef Theo Schoenegger includes classic Italian dishes with a modern twist.

Dish to try: Ossobuco “My Way”

Cost: $53


$$$$ Entrees over $100

  1. Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand

Joël Robuchon is the only three Michelin Star and AAA Five Diamond restaurant in Las Vegas and for good reason. His 16-course menu featuring French cuisine is an unparalleled experience for all food lovers.

Dish to try: Tasting Menu

Cost: N/A

Restaurant Guy Savoy

  1. Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace

Chef Guy Savoy brings his famous French cuisine to Las Vegas in his famous namesake restaurant. Attention to detail is a must in this two Michelin Star restaurant as chef Savoy does not even allow for fresh flowers or perfume to be worn by his employees for fear it will ruin the aroma of his dishes.

Dish to try: Innovation Inspired Menu

Cost: $375


Only Vegas Finds

  1. Aureole at Mandalay Bay

Aureole was one of the city’s first fine-dining restaurants and continues to hold its position in this category. Brought to Las Vegas by Charlie Palmer in 1999, it features the only four-story wine tower in Las Vegas with flying wine angels. What’s a flying wine angel you ask? These are the girls who zip line around the four-story wine tower to bring you your requested wine. You’ll have to see this for yourself.

Dish to try: Tasting Menu (if available)

Cost: $145

  1. Rose. Rabbit. Lie. at The Cosmopolitan

Looking for a different kind of dining scene, maybe something that is a little more upbeat with an unusual setting? This is your place. It’s a unique social club that includes a mix of restaurant and bar with a lounge atmosphere and a twist on the typical live entertainment.

Dish to try: Beef Wellington

Cost: $275


16 things to do in 2016 in Las Vegas

As we head toward the halfway point of 2016, it may feel like the year is soaring past you quicker than the Slotzilla zip line down Fremont Street. But never fear, there's still plenty of time to complete our list of the 16 biggest things happening in Las Vegas in 2016.

1. 2016 Presidential Debate: It may come as a shock to some that the final presidential debate of 2016 is going to be held in Las Vegas, but this city is known for much more than just partying and gambling. Its ability to host high-profile events throughout the years has helped to put this city on the map as a serious place to do business. Las Vegas has even been ranked No. 1 for the place to hold meetings and conventions in North America. We’re certain this is likely to be one of the biggest events of the year in Las Vegas. (October 16, Thomas & Mack Center, 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy., Las Vegas, NV 89154)

2. Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho: Yes, that’s right. Guy Fieri ihas brought a second restaurant to Las Vegas, El Burro Borracho, which translates to the Drunken Donkey. If you think the name is crazy, then you’ll be shocked to find out that the dishes are just as crazy. Restaurant goers can expect to see food items such as drunken fish tacos, lava rock shrimp and Acapulco gold salad. (Opened March 2016, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, 3700 W. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89103)

Route 91 Festival

3. Return of Music Festivals: This year, Las Vegas welcomes the return of the Electric Daisy Carnival (June 17-19), iHeart Radio music fest (TBD) and Route 91 Harvest Festival (Sept. 30-Oct. 2). Be sure to get your tickets before they sell out!

4. Jennifer Lopez - All I Have: It’s no surprise that Jennifer Lopez would bring her first ever headlining residency, All I Have, to the Entertainment Capital of the World. Fans are enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime experience seeing her like they never have before. The show runs until June and includes a total of 20 performances. (Opened January 20, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, 3667 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109)

5. Speed Vegas: The newest racing experience brings your driving fantasies to life on the longest and fastest racetrack in Las Vegas. Guests can experience the world's most sought-after muscle cars and exotic supercars from Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Audi, Corvette and more. The 20,000-square-foot, two-story welcome center features indoor and outdoor observation decks, food and beverage selections at a well-appointed café, meetings and event space (Opened May 2016, 14200 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas NV, 89054)



6. JEWEL Nightclub: ARIA is opening JEWEL, which will be part of the Hakkasan Group family, on May 19. It will be a multilevel venue and feature five unique suites above the dance floor, each one with its own entryway. (Opening May 19, ARIA Resort and Casino, 3730 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89158)

7. Caesars Palace 50th Anniversary: This year, Caesars Palace celebrates its Golden Year anniversary, and in celebration, it will be unveiling its new Julius Tower, which includes 587 newly designed hotel rooms. Throughout the rooms, guests will be able to view artwork of showgirl costumes hand drawn on Roman statues. (Begin stay on January 1)

Garth Brooks

8. T-Mobile Arena: Continuing the opening celebrations with a concert lineup that includes George Strait (Apr. 22-23, Sept. 9-10, Dec. 2-3), Garth Brooks (June 24-25, July 2-4) and The Dixie Chicks (July 16) already lined up, T-Mobile Arena is going to be home to huge events throughout 2016. The 20,000-capacity arena was built to house everything from sporting events such as basketball, boxing and hockey, to concerts and large performances.

9. Intrigue Nightclub: Intrigue is a nightclub like no other in Las Vegas, not because of its design, but because of its concept. Wynn Las Vegas has redefined the nightclub experience with the opening of Intrigue. The allure of Intrigue promises to utterly captivate your senses and there's even be a private social media free zone section of the club. (Opened April 28, Wynn Las Vegas, 3131 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109)

10. Billy Idol: Forever: Billy Idol’s first-ever residency is at the House of Blues where fans have a chance to catch one of his 12 upcoming performances. The Generation X rocker will be playing all of his past hits and will even be accompanied by guitarist, Steve Stevens. (Opened March 16, Mandalay Bay, 3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119)

Beer Park

11. Beer Park by Budweiser: This baseball-style atmosphere bar and grill, which features both picnic tables and green grass, offers over 100 styles of beer both bottled and on draft. Customers can enjoy classic games such as darts, pool and cornhole while they lounge. There are even roaming carts that feature various concession stand food items. (Opened 2016, Location: Paris Las Vegas, 3655 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109)

12. Topgolf Flagship location: This is not your typical Topgolf. In fact, there’s never been a Topgolf created like the one that’s coming to the MGM Grand. The venue will be four levels, and will include a restaurant, bar, stage for concerts, cabanas, water features and, of course, climate-controlled hitting bays. The location even plans on staying open until the early morning hours. (Opening spring, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, 3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109)

13. The W Hotel: The Lux tower at SLS will be transformed into The W Las Vegas. Hotel guests who stay at The W hotel will have their own private check-in and lobby area, referred to as The W Living Room. The hotel will also feature a W-branded spa and pool bar area known as WET. (Opening September, SLS Las Vegas, 2535 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109)

14. Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino: While we’re not certain it’s set to open in 2016, we've been so eagerly awaiting it that we’re adding this to the list in the hopes that it does. The Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino plans to be a 10-story Asian-themed resort decorated in a ruby-red color. It promises that visitors can expect an “authentic Asian cultural and gaming experience” inside the hotel. They’re offering everything from high-end dining, bars and lounges, to a pool complex and fashion boutiques sourced from Asia. Even the signage will be written in both English and Chinese. (Potentially opening 2016)

15. Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips: This will be Gordon Ramsay’s fourth restaurant in Las Vegas and its opening has been rumored for over a year now. Those who visit the restaurant will be greeted by two London-style, red telephone booths at the entrance, as well as a Union Jack-patterned fish that hangs over the doorway. On the menu, you’ll find hearty items such as bangers and mash, and chicken planks. (Opening in summer, The LINQ Hotel & Casino, 3535 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109)

16. Beauty & Essex: Not only is this a restaurant and a lounge, but it’s also a pawn shop. This multitiered dining experience was developed by a partnership of TAO Group and restaurateur Chris Santos. There’s no menu yet, but chef Santos is particularly known for creating innovative share-plate dishes. (Opening in 2016, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 3708 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109)

Get some down-home country cookin' in Las Vegas

Las Vegas celebrates cowboy culture during events like the upcoming Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, with events like the Cowboy Christmas Gift Show, the incredible country music acts that surround the event, and much more. But when it comes to down-home country cookin', Las Vegas can satisfy your appetite year-round!


Check out the Southern hospitality - and incredible dishes - at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar at The Venetian.

The self-proclaimed "house of worship to farm-fresh ingredients, classic Southern cooking, culture and hospitality" features some of the freshest, most inventive takes on regional Southern fare for lunch and dinner seven days a week, as well as a classic brunch on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

The menu features unique spins on classic dishes such as Chicken N’ Watermelon N’ Waffles and Fried Green Tomato BLT. Complete with an inventive cocktail list and expansive beer and wine menu, Yardbird offers something for everyone.

The Double Barrel Roadhouse at Monte Carlo showcases big flavors with an unmistakable Southern influence. Freshly crafted American classics like Crispy Smokey Chicken Wings, Mini Corn Dogs, Corn Chowder and Crispy Meatloaf served with sweet bacon-laced Ketchup highlight the menu along with house specialties including Not Your Mama’s Chicken Pot Pie and New Orleans Shrimp & Grits.

The Double Barrel also features live music and an interactive staff for a fun, high-energy country-style meal.

Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill

For an unmistakable country ambiance, mosey on in to Harrah's and saddle up at Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill. Named after Toby's hit single "I Love This Bar, " this exciting venue has it all - full restaurant and bar, music videos, recording studio and a stage area with live bands! Enjoy the vast array of Toby Keith merchandise, including t-shirts, cups, guitars, memorabilia, albums, DVDs, to name a few. Live Country and Southern Rock type bands perform nightly from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

For some Cajun culinary cuisine, head downtown to Lola's: A Louisiana kitchen. Lola's is known for dishes such as a roast beef Po' boy and crawfish seafood gumbo - which were made famous by the popular television show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, but also features other soul food classics such as Shrimp Creole, Jambalaya Chicken and Sweet potato Pecan Pie.

You don't have to head South for the winter to find delicious country cookin' ... just pay a visit to any of these restaurants in Las Vegas! 


Eight reasons to be thankful in Vegas

Put down the apron. Now slowly, step away. We've got your Thanksgiving handled, with gourmet restaurants offering traditional and unique fare. Why slave over a hot stove when you can be in Vegas? Now that's something for which to be thankful.

Here are eight places to fill up on fabulous food. Just be sure to give yourself a little extra time to enjoy a holiday weekend stuffed with excitement.

db Brasserie

1. db Brasserie, The Venetian

$55 per person; optional beverage pairing $39 per person

Three-course menu, starting with a choice of Daniel’s Autumn Salad (Duck prosciutto, pomegranate, candied pecans and pear vinaigrette) or Butternut Squash Velout (Chestnut puff, pumpkin oil). The main course: New Hampshire Organic Turkey. Herb basted and slow roasted breast, Cranberry Chestnut Stuffing, Caramelized Yams, Bacon Wrapped Haricot Vert, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Giblet Gravy. For dessert, a choice of pecan pie or DB’S Pumpkin Soufflé.

2. Andiron Steak & Seafood, Downtown Summerlin

$55 per person; optional beverage pairing $25 per person

Three-course menu, starting with a choice of Roasted Heirloom Squash Soup (Toasted pumpkin seeds, spiced crème fraiche), Andiron Caesar (Shaved parmesan, croutons, crispy capers), or Old Bay Shrimp Cocktail (Horseradish panna cotta, cocktail sauce). The main course: Choice of Roasted Pumpkin Gnocchi (Sage brown butter, shaved chestnut, pomegranate), Grilled Scottish Salmon with Caper lemon butter, Carved Organic Turkey or Herb Crusted Prime Rib. All served with Family Style Sides: Cranberry Sauce, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Candied Yams, Green Bean “Casserole,” Herbed Brioche Stuffing, Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Bacon. Dessert incudes a choice of Ashley’s Crème Brulée Donuts, Vanilla custard or Pumpkin Pie.

3. Chart House, Golden Nugget 

This Thanksgiving, start a new tradition. Enjoy the contemporary atmosphere and give thanks for fresh fish specialties, tender steaks & legendary prime rib with a special Thanksgiving Day menu at the Chart House in the heart of downtown Las Vegas.

Fiamma Trattoria

4. Fiamma Trattoria, MGM Grand

$59 per person.

Three-course meal, starting with Wild Mushroom Arancini in Fiamma pomodoro sauce, an Arugula Parmesan salad or Roasted butternut squash bisque with crispy san Danielle prosciutto & amaretto cookie crumble. For the main course, roasted turkey breast with dark meat confit, Garlic mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, string beans & almandine and orange-cranberry marmalade. For dessert, cranberry apple crisp, toasted oat streusel, salted caramel drizzle or vanilla ice cream. Note: Parmesan risotto can substitute for the turkey dinner for vegetarian guests.

5. Charlie Palmer Steak, Four Seasons:

$75 per person; optional beverage pairing $15 per person

Indulge and celebrate Thanksgiving with a three-course prix fixe dinner including our Herb Roasted Turkey Breast.

6. Tbones Chophouse, Red Rock Resort

Celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family at Tbones Chophouse and choose from either the house menu or the festive speciality holiday menu that will be available on Turkey Day.

Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak

7. Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak, The Mirage

$75 per person (or a la carte)

Soup: Curried Apple and Maple Pork belly. Salad: Frisee, Truffle Vinaigrette, Pancetta, Egg. Entrée: Whole roasted Organic Turkey; Sausage, Raison, Fennel Stuffing; Cranberry sauce; Potato Puree; Cauliflower Gratin. Dessert: Pumpkin Pie, Maple –Pecan streusel, Cranberry ice-cream.

8. Bistro Buffet, Palms

One of Vegas’ most popular buffets, Bistro Buffet is home to an array of live cooking, carving and fresh prep stations and on Thanksgiving, visit the carving station for roasted turkey breast, sage stuffing and orange blossom yams. If you're ready to feast, Bistro is the place with more than 160 items from which to choose.

Burgers for every appetite

Nothing beats a good burger, and you won't have a beef with any of the unique and flavorful options you'll find in Las Vegas - it truly is hamburger heaven. 

Las Vegas is the gold standard for burgers, and in fact, there's even one by that name: Try the Gold Standard at Holstein's inside The Cosmopolitan, which includes dry-aged beef sirloin with smoked bacon, aged goat cheddar cheese, tomato confit, baby arugula, and garlic chive aioli. 

Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar

For flavorful burgers, it makes sense to head to Flavortown. Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar at The LINQ features unique burger options such as the Off-Da-Hook Original Smash Burger and the Mac & Cheese Bacon Burger. 

After some retail therapy at the Fashion Show mall, you'll surely work up an appetite for the Ahi Tuna Burger at Stripburger. More tasty burger bliss can found just down the street The Venetian's B&B Burger, which offers outdoor patio dining facing Las Vegas Boulevard.  

Further up the Strip at SLS Las Vegas, you'll find Umami Burger, Beer Garden and Sports Book, home of the robust and satisfying Truffle Burger. 

Downtown at Carson Kitchen, check out the Butter Burger, cooked in butter and smothered in Boursin and cheddar cheeses.

The Pub

What goes great a burger? Well, a beer, of course, and you'll have plenty of ways to sample variations of both at The Pub inside Monte Carlo. This microbrewery has five hand-crafted original beers along with more than 50 distinctive favorites on tap, as well as some of the tastiest burgers in town. For more pub-atmosphere fun with fantastic fare, Michael Mina's Pub 1842 at MGM Grand delivers delicious burgers and more, too. 

Bring your burger appetite to Vegas for culinary creations that will satisfy any craving. 

It's all play and no work on Labor Day weekend in Vegas!

You've worked hard, so play hard in Las Vegas during Labor Day Weekend! You'll find plenty of entertainment options, along with exhilarating pool parties, unparalleled restaurants, riveting nightlife and other activities that only Las Vegas can deliver. 


Start with an amazing show, like Drake hosted by Kevin Hart at The Cosmopolitan's Boulevard Pool on Sept. 6, Incubus at the Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel (Sept. 5-6) or the iconic Rod Stewart at Caesars Palace

You'll also find great comedy with Ron White at The Mirage (Sept. 4-5), Rob Schneider at the South Point (Sept. 4-6) and the laugh-out-loud fun of Jeff Dunham: Not Playing With a Full Deck at Planet Hollywood..

Le Reve - The Dream

Don't forget the incredible year-round production shows that call Las Vegas home, including the aquatic adventure, Le Reve - The Dream at Wynn Las Vegas.

Wet Republic

Photo: Powers Imagery

The pool scene is still thriving, so come catch some of the world's top music producers at some of Las Vegas' signature weekend parties, like Ditch Fridays at the Palms Pool & Dayclub. Enjoy a nightlife vibe with poolside pampering and relaxation at MGM Grand's Wet Republic, or swim with the sharks and kick back in a private cabana at the Golden Nugget pool downtown. 

And when night falls, the incredible nightlife scene takes over, with some of the world's top music producers spinning their signature sounds. Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Avicii and more will be performing during the holiday weekend.


Hugo's Cellar

While you're downtown, grab an intimate meal at Hugo's Cellar inside the Four Queens, or one of the newer Las Vegas dining experiences in the area, like Glutton or Itsy Bitsy Ramen & Whisky.

Here's who you'll find in showrooms, at pools and nightclubs all weekend. You can also click here for complete show listings.

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Monday, Sept. 7




It's a weekend to celebrate the hard work you do all year long, so let loose and enjoy a getaway in Las Vegas!

Book rooms and get show tickets, club passes and more at LasVegas.com!

Vegas Season: The season of living!

It's the most wonderful time of the year ... Vegas Season is here and it's time to get into the spirit, with incredible poolside and beach concerts, parties and summer fun you won't find anywhere else. 

The Entertainment Capital of the World always delivers. Start with the poolside concerts at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas' Boulevard Pool, including Billy Currington, Neon Trees, Barenaked Ladies and Slightly Stoopid. Or sink your toes in the sand at Mandalay Bay Beach all summer long and catch artists like Chris Young, 311 and Ziggy Marley

Vegas Season also means it's time to enjoy Las Vegas' incomparable pools and day clubs. Give in to temptation and show your colors each week during Temptation Sundays! The legendary weekly LGBT pool party returns to the Luxor with special events for Memorial Day Weekend, Fourth of July Weekend and much more. DJs The Perry Twins, Casey Alva and Morningstar are among the headliners spinning this summer. 

Golden Nugget pool

Drai's Beach Club atop The Cromwell is another Vegas Season party hot spot, and Foxtail Pool Club and the Lux pool at SLS Las Vegas are great places to soak up the sun. Ever wanted to swim with the sharks? Here's your chance. Check out The Tank, the pool complex at the Golden Nugget in downtown Las Vegas. 


Vegas Season is also a great time to get your shop on! Find tremendous deals at Las Vegas Premium Outlets North or see some of the world's most exclusive and luxurious retailers at Crystals at CityCenter

After a little retail therapy, it's time to tantalize your taste buds. Las Vegas has an array of celebrity chef-owned restaurants to please every palate. And during Vegas Season, the weather is perfect for some outdoor brunches.

The Country Club

For a meal with an unforgettable view, dine in style at The Country Club at Wynn Las Vegas. At Paris Las Vegas, gaze at the gorgeous Fountains of Bellagio when you enjoy brunch and spellbinding cocktails at Hexx kitchen | bar | chocolate. You can also indulge in a Mimosa and red velvet waffles at Overlook Grill poolside at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas or fuel up on savory dishes, all made from scratch, and check out the extensive wine list at Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar at the Red Rock Resort.

It's all part of Vegas Season, so make your plans to Visit Las Vegas and get in the spirit of having a great getaway!


Celebrate your freedom to have fun in Las Vegas!

No place cries freedom like Las Vegas, where you can do anything, anytime. Celebrate your independence with a fabulous Fourth of July weekend!

Fourth Fireworks

It wouldn't be the Fourth without fireworks, and Las Vegas has plenty of places to enjoy them. Caesars Palace will be launching fireworks at 9 p.m. for the entire center Strip to see. The Linq will also have a fireworks display just behind the High Roller at 9:30 p.m. You can also see the skies light up at Green Valley Ranch, Red Rock Resort and the Stratosphere. BOOM!

How about getting  up close and personal with the world's top mixed martial arts stars in the world? UFC International Fight Week returns July 7-12, filled with meet and greets, autograph signings, pool parties, concerts and more.

Kenny Chesney

There are plenty of explosive entertainment options, too, including country legends Kenny Chesney at the Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Reba, Brooks & Dunn at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.


You can also enjoy the rhythm and blues of Boyz II Men at The Mirage or kick your feet in the real sand on Mandalay Bay Beach for 311.

Pool parties will be in full swing all weekend long, too, including performances by the world's top DJ's and artists at party spots like Foxtail Pool Club at SLS Las VegasEncore Beach Club, Wet Republic at MGM Grand, the pool district at The Cosmopolitan, TAO Beach at The Venetian and Rehab at the Hard Rock Hotel

The Country Club

If you're feeling patriotic, enjoy a meal with amazing views at The Country Club, An American Steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas, or enjoy the flavorful All-American Bar and Grill at the Rio All-Suite Hotel  or American Coney Island at The D Las Vegas. Or show your true colors with a relaxing treatment at The Spa at Red Rock, followed by a trip to check out the White Lions and Royal White Tigers at Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage, and then cap the night with a performance of the Blue Man Group at the Monte Carlo.

For more traditional Independence Day revelry, take a quick ride to Henderson for the Fourth of July Celebration or continue on to Boulder City for the 67th Annual Damboree! You can enjoy everything from a pancake breakfast to a parade and midway booths, and of course, an evening fireworks show.

Check out our full lineup of shows here, or scroll down for highlighted shows, pool parties and club events:

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