Thursday, February 9, 2017

Las Vegas Secrets

Enjoying the Las Vegas Life
 If you have ever wanted to experience the magic and mystery of Las Vegas life then there are all sorts of opportunities and ways to do just that. Whether its the ideas of the casino that you enjoy or you simply want to stay in one of the grand hotels for a week's vacation, there is literally everything to do while in Las Vegas. What's more, all of the stuff that there is to do seems to be on just a 4-mile stretch of land called the Las Vegas Strip. There is plenty to do and see all over the Las Vegas area, though, not just the casinos. But if you're visiting Las Vegas then chances are that you'll want a taste of what the Las Vegas life really feels like. The City that Doesn't Sleep Even though most of the time the phrase

 "The City that Never Sleeps" 

means that someone is referring to New York City, but imagine trying to sleep in a hotel or resort where lights are coming through your window, there are sound and light shows all over the place, and tourists and people of all ages are touring the streets at all hours of the night. Indeed, Las Vegas seems to be the place and city that never sleeps because there are actually some lights that stay on for twenty-four hours a day. In addition, with twenty-four hour restaurants and casinos that can be enjoyed the whole night long, who has any need for anything else during their stay in Las Vegas? We Believe in Magic! Another phrase that is usually not called upon when speaking about Las Vegas,

"We Believe in Magic" 

is typically referenced when speaking about something to do with Walt Disney World. On the other hand, Las Vegas has everything to do with magic, though. From the casinos that can be experienced through all hours of the day to the beautiful Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden, there are all sorts of things to do that would convey the message that Las Vegas is a magical city. In addition, romantic couples are always taking long riverboat rides enjoying the company of themselves along with the Las Vegas lights and attractions! Eating at the Best Places Another benefit, though, to living in the Las Vegas Strip, is the fact that you have access to virtually all the different kinds of restaurants that you could possibly enjoy.

 For starters, there are plenty of high-class restaurants located in the hotels and world-famous resorts throughout Las Vegas. But there are also smaller restaurants that can be found throughout most of Las Vegas, especially in the Neon Strip Mall! All of these things should better help you to plan out your next vacation if you plan on staying in the Las Vegas Strip. Not only is there plenty to see and do, but experiencing the whole Las Vegas life is what many people are after when they visit this special area of Nevada!

Runner-up: Herringbone... because San Diego chef Brian Malarkey just opened his second Las Vegas spot and is looking to keep the momentum by focusing on seafood this time around.

                                                                                 BALLY'S: BLT STEAK

Runner-up: Burger Brasserie... to prove that it's possible to have gourmet burgers made with chicken, lamb, and beef inside a sports bar.


Runner-up: Harvest... because it's hard to find a restaurant more careful about sourcing its ingredients than this brand-new spot, from the fresh vegetables to the grass-fed steaks.


The only US restaurant from chef Guy Savoy offers one of the best dining experiences you'll find on the Strip, with precise service and preparation on its 13-course seasonal tasting menus. Try to swing a table overlooking Las Vegas Blvd or, for a little privacy, request the exclusive Krug Chef's Table that seats six and offers an intimate view of the kitchen with plenty of Champagne.  
                                       Runner-up: Old Homestead Steakhouse... for its selection of Pat LaFrieda dry-aged beef, New York attitude, and our favorite new burger of 2015.  

 Runner-up: Vince Neil's Tatuado... because it's the only place where you can eat a burger stuffed between a glazed donut while surrounded by Motley Crue memorabilia.

Runner-up: China Poblano... for the right mix of Mexican and Chinese by chef Jose Andres.

Runner-up: Well, there aren't any other restaurants at this small-ish boutique hotel... so grab a drink at Bound by Salvatore in the lobby.

Runner-up: The Steakhouse at Camelot... but not until you've been to these other 40 steak joints first.

Runner-up: Margaritaville... even though this tourist trap can be found in other vacation destinations around the world (and the airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica), there's something special about having a Cheeseburger in Paradise right next to the busy entrance of the LINQ promenade.

Runner-up: Ruth's Chris Steak House... but only if you don't already have one back in your hometown. We're looking at you Traverse CIty, Michigan.

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