Las Vegas Thursday, June 5th: Without a single location in Las Vegas, White Castle hamburgers can be hard to come by. But every Thursday in June, The El Coretz is handing the sliders out -- free! -- to Club Cortez members on the casino floor from noon-6pm.
So. Much. Whiskey. And free White Castle
Saturday - Sunday, June 7-8th: In the mood for gumbo? The “Straight from the Bayou” Crawfish Festival features New Orleans-style food and music from noon-9pm at the Sport Center of Las Vegas on Sunset.
Sunday, June 8th: Bring your dad to Bier Garten where you can get a buy-one-get-one-free deal on craft beer to celebrate Father’s Day. Two dozen brews are on tap... and go perfectly with the selection of German-inspired brats and sausages.
Sunday, June 8th: Sprinkles Cupcakes at the LINQ is offering a specially decorated assortment box for Father’s Day… with flavors that include peanut butter chip, red velvet, black and white, as well as vanilla milk chocolate.
Ongoing: MRKT Sea & Land inside the Aliante is serving up more than 60 new varieties of whiskey. Can’t decide? Try 'em three at a time with one of their flights.
1. El Cortez Hotel & Casino600 Fremont St, Las Vegas
2. Palms Casino & Resort4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
3. Foundation Room3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
4. Rumor455 East Harmon Avenue, Las Vegas
5. Bier Garten1 South Main St, Las Vegas
6. The M Resort12300 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
7. Sprinkles Cupcakes & Ice Cream3545 Las Vegas Blvd S Spc L-23, Las Vegas
8. MRKT Sea & Land7300 Aliante Pkwy, North Las Vegas
Featuring modern upgrades while preserving a vintage Vegas vibe, El Cortez was recently named to the National Register of Historic Places. A favorite with the locals, it's still rocking its famous Cafe Cortez $5 Beer & Burger Special from back in the day.
This luxury casino sports gorgeous accommodations, high-end restos (N9ne Steakhouse, Alize, Nove Italiano), and a spa/salon.
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.
Sitting where the former St. Tropez hotel did, Rumor's the anti-Vegas: two basically-gaming-free (video poker, what!) stories of luxe lodging boasting a South Beach vibe thanks to a 30,000sqft pool area with hammock-strung palm trees, a grassy area for picnics and events, and private cabanas that feeds into a sun-lit lobby featuring white marble floors, a bar, and eclectic seating including white patent leather couches and black suede Mad Hatter chairs, although hopefully not the disappointing Tim Burton ones.
This Downtown Bier Garten with a penchant for German spelling slings serious craft brews and German eats, like a pretzel they say serves four, but who are you kidding.
Perched atop the 400ft summit of Las Vegas Blvd, this 90-acre spread features 92,000 sq ft of gaming space, a 14-screen movie complex, 390 rooms culminating in the two-story Loft Suite, multiple wet bars, and a stunning stone and glass staircase for ascending nobly to your boudoir. The M is also known for its grand seafood-centric buffet, which includes free alcohol with the price of admission.
If you need to escape the desert heat with something sweet, check out Sprinkles at the LINQ. The cupcake empire’s Vegas location lives up to the hype, serving confectionary favorites like red velvet cupcakes and Captain Crunch ice cream. Don’t fret if your sugar tooth kicks in after hours—the shop is equipped with its legendary Cupcake ATM. Just look for the nearby High Roller Ferris wheel, and let your drunk munchies be your guide.