1. Artisan Boutique Hotel1501 W. Sahara Ave, Las Vegas
2. Peppermill Restaurant2985 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
3. Du-par's Restaurant & Bakery1 Fremont St, Las Vegas
4. Posh3525 W Russel Road, Las Vegas
5. Drai’s3595 South Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
6. Mr. Lucky's4455 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas
7. The Henry3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
Roaring back from the brink of foreclosure, the casino-less Artisan hotel's totally ballered-out, with huge gilded gothic doors leading you into an early 1900's Parisian paradise comprised of a restaurant serving jazzed-up American faire.
Famous for the fact that Robert De Niro and Sharon Stone shared a booth here in Casino, The Peppermill is late-night boozer without the frills but all the funk.
Open for over 70 years, this mainstay has been serving late-night (we're talkin open 24hrs) diner eats on Fremont.
An intimate bottle-service after hours space opening up in the cavernous Playground mega complex, Posh has gilded its dimly neon space with bronzed architecture, gold glitter table tops, and, befitting a lounge in a strip club, a smattering of poles.
You're in for tons of R&B and hip-hop at swanky nightclub Drai's, which has hosted both residencies and special appearances from the likes of The Weeknd, Nicki Minaj, and Kendrick Lamar. In between those big acts, DJs will mix things up between EDM and top-40 hits. One half of the club is indoors, where you'll find plenty of luxurious leather decor, and the other is out by the pool, surrounded by towering palm trees and the many neon marquees on the Strip. Not to mention, Drai's boasts the most sweeping views of Las Vegas that make for a perfect dancing backdrop.
Tucked into the Hard Rock and boasting late-night hours, Mr. Lucky's offers "mouthwatering diner cuisine for the sophisticated palate"... because you'll definitely feel sophisticated housing a plate of fried mac and cheese bites at 2a.