The Charcoal Room features top-grade cuts of meat, an extensive wine list, and fresh fish daily. The atmosphere is equal parts fine-dining class and low-key relaxation, like a news anchor whose desk is concealing a pair of sateen parachute pants. Peruse the menu to discover substantial steaks such as the pan-seared bone-in rib eye (22 oz., $32) and petite cuts such as the filet mignon (7 oz., $28). Classic salad styles such as the wedge ($7) or Caesar ($7) are perennially in good taste, complementing meat with the finest of chlorophyll. The boneless baby-back ribs ($10) and lobster mac 'n' cheese ($14) turn the traditionally difficult-to-eat into forkable fare. Since swords themselves always return from the grill too hot to eat, swordfish ($32) makes for a blade-inspired meal not forged by a sweaty blacksmith. Collect a cartel of iron-eaters who prefer their steak prepared on top of more steak and request a corner booth facing the door at The Charcoal Room.
Gymnastics isn't all about tumbling and teleporting. It's also an important way for children and teens to build strength, flexibility, and self-confidence. The accomplished and caring instructors and coaches at Go For It USA recognize this, which is why they offer classes in a wide range of athletic arts and acrobatics for students of all ages. Of course, safety is paramount in gymnastics, and the 25,000-square-foot space is home to the highest grade of Olympic-style equipment. In-ground trampolines and a a rod floor help young gymnasts perfect their routines.
With a stay at Sunset Station Hotel & Casino in Henderson, you'll be in the suburbs and minutes from Galleria at Sunset and close to Ethel M Botanical Cactus Gardens. This casino resort is within close proximity of Ethel M Botanical Cactus Gardens and Ethel M Chocolates Factory.
Make yourself at home in one of the 457 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and pay movies provides entertainment. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Conveniences include complimentary newspapers and irons/ironing boards, as well as direct-dial phones with free local calls and voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Try your luck at the casino and enjoy other recreational amenities including a casino and a nightclub. This resort also features concierge services, supervised childcare/activities, and babysitting/childcare.
Enjoy a bite to eat at a coffee shop/café, or stay in and take advantage of the resort's 24-hour room service.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, business services, and audiovisual equipment. Event facilities at this resort consist of a ballroom, banquet facilities, and exhibit space. Free parking is available onsite.
Astudia Dance World embraces all types of music—even kinds that haven't been written yet. Their Jam class trades order for on-the-spot creativity, encouraging students of any instrument to show up and practice the art of improvisation. It's a far cry from the more structured TRAC class (which stands for theory, reading, arranging, and composing), but both offerings celebrate creativity under the supervision of expert instructors.
Directed by Jane Maurer and William Blair, this team helps pupils of all ages explore the wide and varied world of music and dance. Their lessons cover classical styles such as jazz, tap, and ballet in addition to acrobatics, hip-hop, and musical theater, wherein every actor is required to carry a tuba. Meanwhile, instrument classes focus on the piano, guitar, or drums. All of these skills come together in recital performances, where parents can witness their children's progress and cheer them on.
Studio One's Summerlin, Southwest, and Henderson establishments house an armada of instructors boasting experience ranging from Olympic opening ceremony performances, star spots in Broadway productions, and choreography positions with entertainment companies. Within the combined 15,000 square feet of studio space, left-footed frolickers are transformed into smooth-stepping dancers with a variety of dance disciplines. From the grace of traditional ballet sessions to hip-hop classes inspired by popular street dances, the movement mavens instill their mastery onto dancers of all ages and levels, regardless of how many legs or fins they have. The Summerlin location boasts five studio rooms equipped with viewing windows and a waiting room with a flat-screen TV that broadcasts video from each dance room, so guardians can watch their pupil evolve into a dancer and forgo walking forever.
The first thing people notice about Circus Vargas is its big-top tent. Hand-fashioned in Milan from 90,000 square feet of cerulean-blue fabric dotted with yellow stars, the canopy completed the illusion of an elegant lost era when used in the 2011 film Water for Elephants. The last thing people notice is the absence of animals. They're too busy gaping at a man balancing a 12-step ladder with his mouth.
Keeping its marvels strictly human, Circus Vargas builds on a 40-year history by blending classic feats of fearlessness with surprising new tricks. The show features magic tricks along with a skilled hand balancer, a speed juggler, and the wheel of destiny.