The party in Vegas never stops and neither does the list of nightlife spots. Within the plethora of clubs, bars, and restaurants there is something to fit any mood. Dine on just about any type of cuisine, find that perfect cocktail, or shake your booty at the numerous nightclubs, the possibilities are endless. Looking for something unique? Someplace where the cocktails are served cold, very cold? There is no lack of ice in this chilly lounge, from the glasses to the seats. No need to bundle up though, boots and jackets are provided upon entry. Check out the coolest bar in Vegas: Minus 5 Ice Lounge.
For those Vegas visitors who might prefer more offbeat / politically incorrect options, check out the Extreme Midget Wrestling at the Riviera, the Beach Bunny model search event at Encore, or the Punk Rock Bowling music bash at Fremont East.
If you are a shopper than you want to check out the many indoor mall shops at the Venetian, Plant Hollywood, Caesar’s Palace plus the fashion show mall in the Las Vegas Strip.
The show will feature the newest makeup, skincare, and fragrances. Tickets are , which is redeemable toward your purchases the day of the show. You will also receive a special gift just for attending the show. Get your tickets before they run out by calling 702-862-2525 and ask for cosmetics.
While in Vegas it never hurts to take in a show or two. Get wild with your gal pal and head out to see the buff and sexy bodies of the men of the Thunder from Down Under. Although this is a slightly cheesy show, the screaming silliness of it all will demand that you and your girls let loose in a roll of hilarity and giddiness.
The Freemont Street Experience in another one of a kind must see. Imagine a video screen that is as wide as a street, as long as five football fields, and suspended overhead. Add a six minute themed music and light production and you have Viva Vision. The free shows are presented every hour from 9 to midnight, everyday. With about 15 different shows to choose from, there is plenty of variety. Although this is the headliner, it only begins to describe The Experience.
Inside Tip: Although you can hear the show while in the patio dining area of the Cheesecake Factory, the surrounding crowd interferes with the view. So the show and dining are best done separately. I’d choose to dine inside where you can enjoy your company and the meal, then enjoy the show on its own when you’re ready.
As an extra, there is some form of free entertainment at all of them too. I have only listed 7 of Las Vegas’ many shopping centers, one for each day of the week, and all of them are on Las vegas Boulevard (The Strip.) Listed in order of location, the first is on the south end of The Strip, and the last is Downtown. There are several other major malls in Las Vegas, and every casino in town seems to have some kind of mini-mall at least. But most of them only feature what you’d expect in a mall in any city. The malls and shopping centers listed here offer a little something different to make the shopping experience a bit more special.