I just like this place. Not fancy. Good food. Great craft beers. Service is always great. Excellent burgers. Try the pork belly bites just once in your life.
Fun fun place. Really good prices for drinks and good service! Hit or miss in regards to what people decide to sing for karaoke but always fun. No cover
Virgil’s BBQ is by far the best BBQ I have ever eaten! The hush puppies with the maple butter will melt in your mouth! I had the BBQ nachos and my wife had the BBQ combo with brisket and ribs. Angie our waitress was GREAT! She was very friendly, prompt, she kept our drinks filled, checked on us regularly, and gave great input on menu recommendations! Highly recommend and ask to be seated in Angie’s section…. You won’t regret it!
I've been to a lot of shows in Las Vegas and finally made it over to Rouge a few nights ago. I was very impressed the whole production. Very good looking performers, and even more importantly, very talented. You do not expect to see such a high quality production for the price and certainly don't expect to see such cool acrobatics from what I thought was just another topless show.
Food and drinks are a touch overpriced for what you get, but the view is amazing. Beer Park is one of the best places to grab a drink and enjoy all of Las Vegas happening below you.
Finally ate here the other night and now I see what all the hype is about. Incredible food and service. The French onion soup was the best I’ve ever had.
Easily the best prime rib in Las Vegas. Great staff and overall dining experience.
My favorite place to bowl in Vegas. Came here just the other night and as always, the lanes are in terrific condition. The tournaments are usually very organized and service is always good and bathrooms are clean. Hot dogs for $1.75 aren't bad either.
I’ve lived in Vegas for 5 years and finally had Oscars a couple nights ago. All the food was great and the atmosphere is epic. Loved it.
Strong drinks and amazing views. You do have to buy a pass to go up to the top in order to get there. So that kind of sucks.
I like the food at Aria’s Blossom a little bit better but I like the atmosphere of Genting Palace more. Overall both of them are excellent options.
There’s nothing to not like about Fremont Street. You’ve got to spend an evening here if you’re not staying downtown.
I’ve been to Blossom on four separate occasions and have never been disappointed. If there’s a particular Chinese dish you crave then Blossom probably has it.
A visit to Vegas is t complete without a trip to Hofbrauhaus Fun atmosphere and great food. A true one of a kind experience
It’s not the fanciest course in Vegas but it’s honestly nicer than I expected. It’s also pretty short and puts a major emphasis on hitting it straight. A lot of trees make for a long day if you’re slicing.
This is a really cool bar because you get to experience the secret door entrance and a really cool setting, but unlike other similar bars, it has a modern vibe and doesn't feel like the prohibition era.
This is everything a Vegas show should be. I really think it's one of the most underrated shows in Las Vegas.
When you visit Jimmy Kimmel's Comedy Club you can expect to see a nationally known touring comedian that will have audiences laughing. While the line up will change the focus on quality doesn't.View Event
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