There's no one definition of "sexy" -- what fits the bill for you might be totally un-sexy to someone who gets their definitions from UrbanDictionary.com. We partnered up with GUESS Night -- a new fragrance whose own definition includes "hot peppers" -- to track down five very different Vegas spots that, one way or the other, provide an atmosphere that serves as a prelude to getting your freak on.
Keep Vegas sexy at these 5 hotspots
é by Jose Andrés
If you like your 15-course tasting menus intimate (who doesn't!?), pony up to this eight-seat steel-topped bar, backed by a no-peeking red velvet curtain, and try not to whisper her sweet innuendos about the tacos they make by folding charcuterie over caviar.
Rx Boiler Room
Remember that movie Boiler Room? This is nothing like that, except it will make you as happy as all those guys were when that other guy gave that rousing speech about how much money they were all going to make and then they went running through the city shouting "Yeah, we're going to make some money!". That's because this industrial-yet-alluring place pairs sexy-for-the-ladies chandeliers and Some Like It Hot cocktails against the sexiest dish ever: Bacon-wrapped bacon.
Look at those eyes!
Unless you have vertigo, you'll be plenty aroused by this 52nd floor bar with dark wood floors, black leather couches, and a view so tight... well, they called the place The View, didn't they?
Stoney's Rockin' Country
If she thinks this is sexy, wait 'til she sees you get on there.
An eight-seat, steel-topped bar hidden inside The Cosmopolitan that boasts a super-swanky, super-delicious tasting menu costing $195/person, and that's before you even factor in all the booze you're gonna be drinking.
This steampunk-themed resto in Mandalay Bay is combining "the alchemy of food and drink" to deliver innovative 'tails and delectable bites like chicken pot pie bites and bacon-wrapped bacon.
Encore's sprawling new Asian palace Andrea's is home to two chefs: one of the Executive variety named Joseph Elevado, who trained under Nobu Matsuhisa, plus "Musical Chef" Steve Angello, a member of EDM trio Swedish House Mafia, who for some reason changed his name from Steven Angello Josefsson Fragogiannis, and is not an actual person who cooks things.
The View's a billiards hall spilling over with old-school board games, '80s tunes galore, and one of the best vistas in Vegas.