If you love a great view and strong drinks, then Skyfall Lounge is a true must visit destination. We reserved a table, which is much cheaper here than a typical Vegas club, and spent the entire night talking, dancing, and taking in the views. The music is upbeat, but not overpowering and service is top-notch.
A very fun and whimsical atmosphere. Park on Fremont is definitely worth a stop if you're in the area. I ordered the Stoned Honey and it was amazing.
I usually stay closer to the center of the strip at Paris, Bellagio, or Aria, but we were on a tighter budget this last trip and thought we would try out Treasure Island. It certainly shows some signs of aging but I was very pleased with the cleanliness of the room and service. The amenities don't compare to that of the higher priced hotels, but for an affordable lodging option, we were all very happy with our experience at Treasure Island.
We spent one day riding the monorail and exploring a lot of the strip that I had never seen and ended up at Westgate around dinner time. Las Vegas has plenty of delicious steakhouses to choose from, but very few offer the quality of Edge at these prices. My friend ordered a delicious half roast chicken for under $40 and I had a 7 ounce filet mignon for around $55. We split the mashed potatoes and asparagus and there was plenty to go around. Overall a great experience.
Brooklyn Bowl is one of the most fun places I have been to in all of Las Vegas. Whether you're seeing a concert, bowling, or just hanging out, Brooklyn Bowl really ahs something for everyone. I have come here twice, once for a concert and once for bowing, and both times I was blown away by the venue and staff. The sound and lighting is incredible and the whole atmosphere is just plain fun.
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