With an average temperature of 80 degrees in April, patio season kicks into high gear in Sin City. And Vegas has a patio for just about everyone. These are the nine patios you need in your life—discover great places to kick back, do some people-watching, romantic canoodling, game-playing and more in Las Vegas.
1 PRIME STEAKHOUSE
Chef Jean Georges Vongerichten’s ode to beef features a garden patio tucked below the Bellagio with a view of the Fountains at Bellagio (pictured). Go to impress and order the A5 certified Kobe beef. The fish and seafood selections are just as divine, from truffle-crusted salmon and pepper-crusted ahi tuna to the cold-water lobster tail. Sit outside and you can practically lean out and touch the Fountains of Bellagio. Prime is a Four Diamond award winner.
Southern California coastal dining and lounging arrive on the patio at Herringbone at Aria. Saturdays and Sundays bring $59 per person all-you-can-eat brunches from 10 am-3 pm with fresh seafood, vegetables, fruits, juices, carved meats, and sweet stations.
ARIA LAS VEGAS, 702.590.9898, WWW. HERRINGBONEEATS.COM/LOCATIONS/ LAS-VEGAS
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When Vegas Goes Country
Known as the “Super Bowl of Rodeo,” the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is one of Las Vegas’ largest—and richest—events, with a total purse of $10 million. This season-ending championship for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association consists of 10 rounds, one on each consecutive day. Here’s how to rope in all the fun even if you never set foot in the arena.
Gonna Have a Good Time
Everyone comes to Vegas to party in one form or another. For those wanting to ring in the New Year at the newest spot in town, look no further than The Mayfair at Bellagio. Part restaurant, part lounge and all show, it’s set against the backdrop of the Bellagio Fountains and will return guests to the glamour of the days-gone-by supper club— Vegas-style, of course. The Mayfair opens New Year’s Eve. For those who can’t wait, here are nine hotspots to kick off your festive Sin City experience.
Eat, Drink And Enjoy Scary
Fall brings out the best of Las Vegas, including the weather. Take advantage of the crisp air and cool vibes at food festivals that showcase some of the city’s best restaurants and chefs. There’s also Oktoberfest fun, or round up family and friends for any of the Halloween festivities. Looking for a scare? Las Vegas has that in spades, too, at museums, haunted houses and escape rooms.
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Las Vegas dubs itself the Entertainment Capital of the World, a lofty nickname that calls out the broad spectrum of shows in the city. Resident acts, magic, cabarets and comedy all find a home here. These shows are meant to keep fans coming back for more . Dive into some of the best the city has to offer, whether it’s something new, something tried and true, something fans can’t get enough of or something to rev up your engine.
Seductive Las Vegas
Sexy neon, a 24-hour environment and hot nights combine to create some of the most steamy experiences in Las Vegas. Whether that means an intimate dinner for two in a private enclave, a spa treatment with a loved one for complete relaxation or cozying up in one of the fabulously cool, luxurious cabanas. Las Vegas’ most seductive experiences await.
Las Vegas knows how to take care of just about any kind of dinner outing, whether it’s heading out with the girls for a night out, celebrating a bachelor party, eating with the kids or spotting celebrities. Restaurants can handle wedding plans, whether getting married or holding a reception, and can help with business, either landing a big deal or entertaining clients. Here’s a look at 12 restaurants in Las Vegas that are ready to cater to every dining whim.
No holiday season seems right without “The Nutcracker” performed on pointe. The Nevada Ballet Theater fills the stage with glittering holiday cheer as Tchaikovsky’s beloved score takes the stage. When Clara goes in search of a one-of-a-kind key to unlock a box that contains a priceless gift, she discovers a golden thread that leads her to a strange and mysterious world led by a soldier named Phillip and a group of mice who help her unlock the mystery of the holidays. Dec. 8, 14-15, 20-22, 7:30 pm; Dec. 9, 15, 16, 22-23, 2 pm. Tickets start at $29. Reynolds Hall at the Smith Center, 877.893.2003
Laying It On The Line
Country music duo Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, otherwise known as Florida Georgia Line, bring their hits such as “Cruise” to the stage. Canaan Smith opens during this five-night residency. Dec. 1, 5, 7-8, 11, 8 pm. Tickets start at $49. Zappos Theater at Planet Holly wood Resort, 702.777.2782
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