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Thursday, April 17th: BLT Burger inside the Mirage has an Easter Weekend menu boasting a new Prime Rib Burger and other bites through Sunday. Wash it all down with a Coco Loco milkshake – made with Cocoa Puffs, Nutella, peanut butter, and chocolate ice cream.
Saturday, April 19th: Grab your wine glass and refill it... over and over again at The Wine Walk at The Village in Lake Las Vegas from 7-10pm. Oh, and score tickets now for a discount.
Ongoing: Las Vegas: The Game has a new “Night Out” interactive experience that begins with drinks on a party bus and a bar crawl, where the unexpected should be expected – thanks to some guest actors you’ll encounter along the way.
1. Foundation Room3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
2. BLT Burger3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
3. Haze3730 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
4. JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort and Spa221 N Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas
5. TAO Nightclub3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
6. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino4455 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas
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.
This NYC-based spot uses an open, red-bricked grill to prep exotic meat-wiches (American Kobe, lamb tandoori, salmon, meatball), some loaded with condiments like the Tex-Mex w/ jalapeños, chili, avocado, salsa, jack cheese, onions & sour cream, plus vintage LV-themed cocktails.
Pass through a series of rusted steel walls before crossing a bridge over a moat into Vegas' coolest superclub, which wreaks havoc on your senses via a 20-foot wall of flickering lights & interactive projection screens, hanging puppetry-inspired props, and of course bumping house tunes.
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.
Located in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, this Asian bistro meets nightlife hotspot is a staple on the Strip, offering -- perhaps unexpectedly -- excellent Chinese, Japanese, and Thai small plates in its extravagant restaurant downstairs (and we mean "extravagant" -- bathtubs full of rose petals line the entranceway and a giant Buddha statue supervises your dinner) and a rotating lineup of DJs in its multi-room nightclub upstairs. You'll feel like a celebrity (and possibly bump into some) as you bounce from one swanky room to the next, getting down to top-40 hits and, on certain nights, special acts that have included Snoop Dogg.
The concept behind Hard Rock hotels is simple: people need a place to crash after raging, gambling, eating, and drinking all night. And the Vegas outpost ensures that you'll be able to accomplish all of those things in one spot, with three towers devoted to hotel rooms, the casino, over 200,000sqft of pools, nine restos to booze or grab a bite, plenty of ways to (bachelor) party during your last nights as a free man, and more.