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1. Sugar Factory Las Vegas3665 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
2. Foundation Room3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
3. Sammy's Woodfired Pizza & Grill9516 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
4. Hugo's Cellar202 Fremont St, Las Vegas
5. Rice & Company3900 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
6. 103 Hot Pilates & Yoga4245 S Grand Canyon Dr, Spring Valley
7. Park on Fremont506 East Fremont, Las Vegas
Located right on the heart of The Strip, this 30000sqft, multi-tiered playground houses everything from a biergarten, to a candy store, to a nightclub, where you'll try to land an entirely different kind of Swedish fish.
The Foundation Room, nestled inside Mandalay Bay, gets you plush sofas, dark hallways, and an epic view from the North end of The Strip. This shadow-y spot screams decadence in the form of seafood towers, bottle service, and members-only secret perks. Expect to see high rollers, socialites and trendsetters and maybe (or maybe not) feel woefully out of place.
Serving up fresh, healthy cuisine, Sammy's offers tapas-style eats like parmesan-crusted artichokes as well as plenty of speciality pizzas in a casual atmosphere.
While The Four Queens casino may not be the first place you’d think of for romance, Hugo’s Cellar is a gem of a date spot tucked away inside it. In addition to soaking up the cozy atmosphere, guests'll sink their teeth into some of the best prime rib in Vegas and enjoy fresh custom menu items made table-side.
With a motto like "Eat Rice, Drink Tea, Slurp Noodles, Stay Healthy", you'll wanna hit up the Luxor to down specialty rolls like the All In (tuna, salmon, eel, shrimp tempura, and avocado w/ honey wasabi), deep-fried whole fish, and spicy Szechuan wings while sipping on rum-fueled Dragon Limeades, and blueberry vodka & fresh agave Ginger Ninjas.
This fitness center offers classes in hot yoga and pilates, and even some speciality classes like a candlelit couples yoga session.
This hip little eatery on Fremont boats great cocktails, sharable plates, and eclectic decor, all meant to convey a vibe of friendly unpretentiousness. To that end, the food is made of bar favorites like wings and corn dogs, or signature dishes like the chicken and waffle sandwich or the Philly mac and cheese—messy comfort foods meant to bring people together. The back patio of this place is where the action is, with 2,5000sqft of space, a seesaw, and salvaged metal art galore. Cocktails like the Stranger Danger and the Trophy Wife display their sense of humor, while packing a serious wallop at the same time. This place is pretty popular, but easy enough to walk in and find a seat.