Fremont Street is a must visit destination every time I am in Vegas. Grab a drink and watch the light show and the people and you have hours of the best free entertainment in Vegas.
Not only is Topgolf an awesome venue, but it also has one of the best views in all of Vegas.
I haven't been to a whole lot of Vegas nightclubs, but Jewel was a blast and I have absolutely nothing to complain about.
Feels like a lot of people won't review burlesque/strip shows because they don't want to admit they went, but this is a really impressive production. Of course it has extremely beautiful topless women (which is a great thing) but it also has some really cool music and dances. Its definitely a bit risque, but I think women would enjoy it almost as much as men.
I've had the buffets at Wynn and Bellagio and this one is my favorite.
I haven't stayed here yet but the casino and sportsbook are amazing. I always stay on the strip, but may be willing to try Circa next time.
Beeerhaus is fun because it's located right next to T Mobile Arena. Go before a Golden Knights game or a big event and it's a great crowd. The food is delicious too.
Best steaks in Vegas. And not terribly overpriced like a lot of others
With LOVE, Cirque du Soleil celebrates the musical legacy of The Beatles through their timeless, original recordings. Using the master tapes at Abbey Road Studios, Sir George Martin and his son Giles Martin have created a unique soundscape of The Beatles music for the show. The exuberance of The Beatles is channeled through the youthful, urban energy of a cast of 60 international artists. With panoramic sound and visuals, the audience experiences The Beatles as never before.View Event
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