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of the top performing lounge acts in Las Vegas. They spend much of their time at one of the various Coast Casinos hotels. Their success can be partly attributed to the fact that they encourage audience participation and take the time to get to know their fans.
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Larry G. Jones - The Man of 1002 Voices: Show tickets and coupons
Now Headlining at the Plaza Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas and entertaining for Corporate and private parties around the world. Criticallly acclaimed singing Impressionist-comedian. Entertaining you at over 72 voices per hour! There’s something for everyone in this high-energy fast moving show. From Sinatra to Cher to 7 presidents he does it all. See the Video and Hear the audio!
The Jerry Pippin Show
Jerry Pippin's Adventures in Internet Broadcasting is your unique, on demand source of 24/7 INTERNET RADIO VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT, featuring Guest Personalities, the Las Vegas Scene, Elvis Memorabilia, Current Events and Politics, the Paranormal, and the Internet's number one source for current UFO
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Pub Club: Las Vegas Nightlife: Pre Party
A tireless party resource for Las Vegas nightlife. Offers pub club outings.
Las Vegas Night Life - Night On The Town.Com
Offers editorial reviews on the Las Vegas night clubs, bars and lounge scene.
RaveIndex of Vegas Nightclubs
Offers a guide to Las Vegas night clubs.
Secret Las Vegas
Offers insight on the hidden side of Las Vegas and unusual attractions.
The Vegas Hustler
The Underground Guide to Sin City.
This 24 hour video poker and slot lounge offers 1/3 lb. burgers and some of the best happy hour drink specials in the Las Vegas Valley.
Gilligan’s Las Vegas Hideaway
This Las Vegas landmark changed its name (formerly the Starboard Tack) and its owner a few years ago, but it still offers great hospitality, and some of the lowest prices on
choice steaks and prime rib since its doors originally opened in the 70’s. Drinks are strong and tall while the video poker machines are light and loose.
Coyote Ugly Bar
This rugged beer and shot bar features 2 for 1 happy hour in the early hours and there are oftentimes free shots for women who strut their stuff on stage. The bartenders are all scantily clad females who also put on a show.
Crown & Anchor Pub
An English-themed pub that dishes up great fish n' chips alongside dozens of European imports on tap. A nice place to kick back and watch football (that's soccer to us Yanks) on the tele. Live bands on Saturdays.
1350 E Tropicana • Tel 702.739.8676
Double Down Saloon
This unique bar offers live tunes, pool tables, and elevated loungers that allow you to take in the interesting hand-painted murals along walls. Their motto is simple: "You puke, you clean."
4640 Paradise Rd • Tel 702.791.5775
Gordon Biersch Brewing Company
This California-based brewpub chain, located just off the Strip at "Restaurant Row" in the Hughes Center, has quickly become a veritable meat market for the young professional crowd in Las Vegas. The microbrewed beer is solid and the food is surprisingly well-executed and electic, but the place becomes packed on weekend nights almost to the point suffocating.
3987 Paradise Rd • Tel 702.312.5247
NY-NY Piano Bar
This is the all time fun place to share a beer with friends and request your favorite piano tune while singing along with everyone else. Pianists/vocalists rotate every hour or so, and some are better than others. Cover charge varies from free to $10.
This Ultra Lounge is one of the more popular, but subdued night life scenes in Las Vegas. Drinks are stiff both in price and alcohol content, and if one is not dressed fashionably, the stares are intent.
This is one of the better ultra lounge themed night life spots. It features a lounge atmosphere, but with plenty of dance floor room. The Bellagio really calls it a night club, but we prefer to refer to it as an upscale ultra lounge.
This hip ultra lounge is MGM Grand’s version of the cool place to hang out.
Lines are long if one comes late, and table reservations go fast.
Vodka reigns at this Russian-themed lounge. Pull yourself up to ice block bar or sit down in one of the comfy booths; either way be prepared to pay top dollar for drinks. If you have trouble locating the place, just be on the lookout for the headless statue of Lenin that adorns the entrance.
Mandalay Bay • 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S
A modern hipster take on a swanky Vegas-style lounge, V Bar brings back stiff cocktails, subdued red-hued lighting, and music at a volume where you can actually converse with the person next to you without shouting. Cocktails are king here; the bar staff introduces new drinks on a weekly basis.
The Venetian • 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.414.3200
Popular with both tourists and locals alike, the Voodoo Lounge offers some of the best views in the city from its outdoor veranda on the 51st floor of the Rio. The lighting is appropriately dark and some of the cocktails are inventive, if a bit kitschy, but
service can be spotty. Dress code (no jeans, no shorts) strictly enforced.
Rio • 3700 W Flamingo Rd • Tel 702.247.7923
Live Music Clubs
Bootlegger Bistro Las Vegas
Swank yet comfortable with rich woods and luxurious upholstery, this club features Vegas Vintage, jazz, blues, pop, and rock with up and coming stars as well as established Vegas headliners. Karaoke on Monday nights along with Friday and Saturdays are
king at The Bootlegger. The kitchen is the main attraction though with classic Italian specialties. No worry however as the entertainment is subdued during the dinner hour and then usually kicks up a notch after 9 or 10pm.
3660 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.862.8307
House of Blues
Part of a nationwide
chain, Vegas’ House of Blues is typical of the rest, pairing a good-sized live music venue with a restaurant featuring Cajun/Southern cuisine. Don’t let the title fool you--everything from blues men to electronica acts to speed metal bands take the stage here. Go Sunday for their weekly “Gospel Brunch,” which features lively gospel singing and a large brunch buffet.
3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd • Tel: 702.632.7600
Catering to the typically younger Hard Rock crowd, the Joint is a 1,400 person live music venue that showcases a variety of touring rock and alternative groups. The sound here is excellent; just be prepared to pay top dollar for tickets.
Hard Rock Hotel • 4455 Paradise Rd • Tel 702.226.4650
Plenty of visitors pack this fun, ocean-inspired club. Dancing bartenders and wait staff show plenty of flesh. Cover varies.
101 Convention Center Dr. • Tel 702.731.1925
The casino industry's first stab at a true big-city type nightclub, Club Rio features a huge smoke-filled and laser-beamed dance floor, pop dance tunes, and plenty of sweating bodies. You'll often run into a TV star or professional athelete. Have the ladies buy the drinks--men have to pay more both
at the bar and the door. Strict dress code enforced. Cover.
Rio • 3700 W Flamingo Rd • Tel 702.252.7727
The early after-hours clubbers head to this urban-style nightclub located on the Strip. Utopia houses three different rooms alternating between industrial, acid jazz, techno, rave, house, and
tribal; a steady supply of out-of-town, high-profile DJs make sure the sounds are fresh.
3765 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.593.5935
Enter into deep house music on this restaurant floor turned after-hours club. Arrive before 12:30am and you won't have to stand in line. Cover.
Mandalay Bay • 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.632.7777
A popular meeting spot for those heading out later to the nearby Dragon nightclub, this attractive spot features interesting decor (including a dancing wall of water and fire pit dance floor), Caribbean and African-tinged beats, and a supply of rum stacked to the high ceiling.
Lines are long; it’s best to arrive either before midnight or after 2:00am when many take off for the Dragon. Cover $10 - $20 for men, ladies enter for free.
Mandalay Bay • 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.632.7777
This rebirth of the (in)famous New York disco club has received nothing but accolades
for generating a decent crowd and successfully catering to the tourist clubbers. Strict dress code; if you get lucky the bar on occasion offers free drink specials. The cover charge varies from $10 - 20.
MGM Grand • 3799 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 800.929.1111