Whether with a group of friends or on a date, get set to have the perfect intimate evening out by hitting one of these top piano bars in Las Vegas for some stiff drinks and melodic tunes.
Little can make a date feel less VIP than traipsing in full club garb through a sticky-hot, dirty and fume-laden trek through a parking garage. Fortunately, many clubs in Las Vegas offer valet services that get a well-dressed guest out of a hot parking garage and into party mode.
Whether it is a true dive feel, cheap beer or great music that gives a hipster hangout its authenticity, these local picks have what it takes to qualify as the best hipster hangouts in Las Vegas.
Many things about Las Vegas make it a haven for people who love their cigars. Whether it is the luxurious atmosphere, the ubiquitous gambling or the gangster history of the town that draws cigar lovers to Las Vegas, it is the wide variety of cigar lounges that satisfies cigar lovers’ desires.
While UFC fights can be ordered at home on Pay-Per-View, going to a bar to watch two men battle it out in the Octagon makes for a far more festive affair. Plus, having someone else clean up the spilled beer and nacho remnants is a definite plus.
When line dancing and country music are on your mind, these Las Vegas bars serve up a good time with a country vibe. Pull on your cowboy boots and check out the top country bars in Las Vegas.
Leave it to Sin City to come up with an innovative, decadent and absolutely refreshing way of making the best out of the region’s truly unbearable triple-digit temperatures in the summer: Pool party, anyone? Nearly every large resort on The Strip now boasts a variation on this theme, but all must hail the originator and still the biggest splashapalooza in town, Rehab at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
If you have a bad night at the gaming tables, take it with a grain of salt — or perhaps multiple grains, lining the rim of a margarita glass. Whether you’re celebrating a big win or trying to forget a losing streak, few drinks are as cheerful as this sweet and sour Mexican classic.
Beer has been around for thousands of years. In the modern world, it is the third most consumed beverage behind water and tea. Throughout history, it has nourished us, quenched our thirst and even been used medicinally. Modern studies have proven that light to moderate consumption can actually reduce a person’s risk of stroke and cardiac disease. Beer is often considered the lubricant that makes run-of-the-mill events special occasions, and some of the world’s best beers and beer halls can be found in Las Vegas.