Las Vegas Blog
New restaurants in Vegas sprout up seemingly every other week. Sin City knows how to keep it fresh, and while this used to be the city of the buffet, these days it's more of a fine-dining HUB than anything else. (Don't believe us?
There are a trifecta of Las Vegas festivals in the upcoming month that have Sin City abuzz - all for VERY different reasons.
With the scorching temperatures and bustling pool parties, it may not feel as though summer is coming to a close in Las Vegas.
After today's announcement that country superstars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw will begin a duel-headliner residency at the Venetian in December, as well the not-so-surprising news that the Broadway smash Rock of Ages will be filling in for the soon-to-be-vacant Phantom Theater (also at the Venetian), it looks like the Fall show schedule in Las Vegas is starting to come into focus.
Since it's seriously hot out there in Vegas today, we decided to sweat out today's blog by thinking about cool thoughts - namely, the best places to grab an ice cream cone in Las Vegas.
After all, nothing says "summer" like a sundae, and aside from a frozen margarita enjoyed under a misting station poolside, we can't think of anything more refreshing on a July afternoon in Las Vegas.
Now, before the heat gets to our head, here are our favorite ice cream spots in Las Vegas, in no particular order...
It may be mid-July, but there's still a whole lot of summer left to go, especially in a town as filthy hot as Sin City. And for music fans in Las Vegas, that's literally music to our ears, as the Las Vegas summer concerts series rolls through July and into the Dog Days of August.
UFC 148 viewing parties in Vegas are the best options for true fight fans hoping to watch the highly-anticipated Middleweight Championship bout between defending champ Anderson Silva and challenger Chael Sonnen.
After all, you're IN Vegas, you've probably got money on the fight and, let's face it, how are you gonna' pony up $50+ for a Pay-Per-View fight when you're staying in a hotel room?
Generally, when visitors think of live music in Las Vegas, they think of one guy: Elvis, of course.
Well, let's face it, Elvis left the building a long time ago, and he's been replaced with a whole new generation - and another generation, and probably another - of Las Vegas headliners to carry on the legacy.