First time visiting Las Vegas this August and cannot wait.
It's an awesome show. Especially for free. It gets really hot watching on the sidewalk so I wouldn't recommend standing too close if you are sensitive.
Kamu was one of the biggest highlights of our trip. When I was planning my trip, I thought we would be going to a lot more clubs, but after a very crowded and not so great experience at Omnia, we started looking for alternatives. And Kamu was exactly what we were looking for. The staff is very friendly and accommodating (complete opposite of what we experienced at Omnia), the drinks were five-stars, and the karaoke was an absolute blast. I would highly recommend Kamu to visitors of any age or background if you're just looking to hang out and let loose.
Strong drinks and a great spot for people watching. Our bartender was Levi and he was very friendly and made some delicious concoctions. A really fun place to hang out and kill an hour or two.
I've always loved Coca-Cola products so I had to stop in here. Of course, I loved it, but I think it would be worth stopping in even if you're not a coke fan. A lot of fun stuff to see and tons of cute souvenirs to take homes.
Not going to lie... I thought this was one of those frozen bars made from ice when I first saw something about it, but it's just a standard bar. I was a little disappointed when I got here and saw that, but decided to have a drink anyways. The bartenders were great and the drinks were pretty good, but not somewhere I would spend much time.
The food at Chayo was really good but the service was terrible. Our server said that a couple of people didn't show up so he was covering a lot more tables than usual, but why are they even putting people at the tables if no one is there to work them. I would probably come back and give them a second chance because it really was delicious, but make sure they have enough people working before getting a table.
I haven't stayed here but wanted to find a relaxing place to play some slots in downtown Vegas. A guy on the street recommended The Cal because of the tropical vibe. A block away from Fremont, it was a cute place to gamble. The cigarette smell was heavy, but it was much better than a lot of the hotels along Fremont Street that reek of marijuana.
An open air bar on the Las Vegas Strip with a great sound stage. The bartenders are top-notch professionals here! Whether you're watching the stage or the bottles, you're sure to be entertained.
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