In honor of football, drinking, America, and YOU, we proclaim the Monday after the Super Bowl shall henceforth be known as National Hangover Day. It’s a day for hangovers to be celebrated, embraced, and combated in the most enjoyable of ways -- namely, eating delicious food, and possibly drinking more. The ultimate goal? Getting the entire country a day off work, a beautiful dream you can help make happen by signing this petition to our sports-loving President right here and tweeting it.
The immediate goal though? Fixing that hangover, which is why we've got Sin City's sweetest hangover cures right here...
Shoppes at Mandalay Place
Reason number like, one zillion and seventy four that Vegas is the coolest city ever: this Pozole soup w/ chile guajillo broth, seasoned pulled pork, hominy, onion & cilantro is actually designed to cure hangovers.
REVIV at MGM Grand
On The Strip
After a night with nothing but alcohol (and Taco Bell) flowing through your veins, the pro-move is getting hooked up to an UltraViv Recovery Infusion that comes with Vitamin B12 and medications to treat nausea and inflammation.
Oyster Bar at Palace Station
Off The Strip
Oysters are full of zinc, which can help boost your immune system, so skip those lozenges from Walgreens and order up a shooter from the Oyster Bar, 24hrs a day. Plus zinc can also boost your testosterone… which makes them the perfect choice if whoever you took home last night decides to stay for breakfast.
JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa
You don’t have to be a registered guest to enjoy the perks at Spa Aquae, and there's a locals discount on treatments that'll rejuvenate the mind (which probably made some bad decisions the night before) and the body (which is paying for those decisions right now), like a sauna, steam room, waterfall showers, and indoor float pool.
Slice of Vegas
Shoppes at Mandalay Place
Your body craves grease. So ignore that stale pizza in your fridge and head back to The Strip (aka the scene of your crimes from the night before) for some Hangover Pizza (yes, that’s what it’s called!), which's loaded up with sausage, gravy, green peppers, onions, home-fried potatoes, bacon, ham, mozzarella & scrambled eggs.
On The Strip
Hit it a little too hard on Friday? It's time to hit the Palazzo from 2-6pm on Saturday for The Lavo Champagne Brunch, which'll take care of your hangover principally by setting you up for another one. The high energy bash includes a mimosa bar and more than twenty kinds of Champagne... and lots of ladies who probably never made it home last night.
On The Strip
Dude, you’re in no condition to drive home, and your home is nowhere near as nice as the Stay Well suites at the MGM Grand, so book one of those suckers and enjoy Vitamin C-infused showers, ultra purified air and “light therapy” -- short bursts of blue light to help wake you up gradually and peacefully.
So you passed out in the backseat of your car after a wild night on Fremont Street? It’s cool... you’re that much closer to the MTO Café, where they’re expecting (a shton of people like) you to show up for their ultra-greasy Hangover Burger -- 8oz of dry Angus w/bacon, a fried egg, Tillamook cheddar, lettuce, and MTO’s special sauce.
You probably blew your rent money on booze last night, so order up the crab cakes benedict at Cantina Laredo -- they come with a free Bloody Maria (a Bloody Mary but with tequila instead of vodka) that'll give you an economical way to start on your next hangover.
1. Cantina Laredo Las Vegas430 South Rampart Blvd, Suite #110, Las Vegas
2. Hussong's Cantina3930 Las Vegas Blvd , Las Vegas
3. REVIV Wellness Spa3799 S Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas
4. The Oyster Bar at Palace Station2411 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas
5. JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort and Spa221 N Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas
6. Slice of Vegas3930 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
7. LAVO3325 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
8. MGM Grand Hotel & Casino3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
9. MTO Café500 S Main St, Las Vegas
This "modern Mexican" eatery in Tivoli Village serves up tasty South of the Border eats like the crab cakes benedict topped with poached eggs and a chipotle-wine hollandaise sauce, plus a killer Bloody Maria.
Vegas' massive Cantina has rustic charms, a green/red interior filled with old-school photos, magazine covers, and movie posters, and killer Mexican eats.
In The Underground at The MGM Grand, this spa offers treatments to boost your B12 as well as IV treatments designed to replenish your system with all the vitamins you probably lost at the casino last night.
Open 24/7, this seafoodery inside The Palace Station Hotel & Casino serves up killer ocean eats, from gumbos, to chowders, and more.
Come to this resort to relax, restore and rejuvenate yourself. They've got you covered in mind and body with a sauna, steam room, waterfall showers, and indoor float pool, in addition to first-rate accommodations.
With a dozen TVs (incl. an 8ft projection), an iPhone-controlled jukebox, and 50-plus beers from PBR to Big Sky Moose Drool, Slice revolves around NY-style 'za like a four-cheese number drizzled w/ white truffle oil, and perhaps the only pie more meat-filled than your mom's: a veal/beef/pork Bolognese joint topped with pepperoni, pancetta, sausage, bacon, mortadella, and capicola. Dude, remember that time we insinuated your mom has lots of sex?!
Lavo is a bi-level restaurant & casino/nightclub that balances Mediterranean dining against Vegas-style performance art and grandeur — see: the $5000 copper tub in the dining room.. The restaurant's floor boasts high ceilings, aged and carved wood ceiling and low-hanging chandeliers for a top-notch night of romance and opulence. Ingredients come straight from Italy every week and are used to create gourmet pastas, pizzas and other classic Italian dishes.
MGM Grand Hotel & Casino offers numerous suites and penthouses for your Vegas vacation. Dine at one of their signature restos (Joel Robuchon, Hakkasan, Craftsteak... to name a few), or relax at the spa or salon.