The Dental Center Group stands as a nationwide network of dentists' offices that all benefit from the same training in excellent patient care. For the past 25 years, the network has grown to include hundreds of dental professionals across the country, each of whom offer a standard range of modern smile procedures such as Invisalign, porcelain veneers, and lessons on how to say "cheese."
Party USA City fields just about every requirement for festive occasions, supplying hosts and partygoers with balloons and party favors as well as decorations and costumes. With three stores in Las Vegas, Party USA City stocks supplies for any holiday or event, including bridal showers, sports occasions, and breaking the record for celebrating a 39th birthday the most times. Each store's crew takes pride in being a leading Halloween-goods hot spot, carrying a wide swath of costumes for adults, kids, infants, and toddlers.
At We Luv Flowers by Faith, FTD florists coalesce fresh blossoms into artful arrangements suitable for any occasion. Popular buds, such as roses, tulips, and orchids, show off teamwork in bouquets large and small, housed in classic glass vases and whimsical containers, such as baskets and candle jars. To discourage daffodil munching, buyers can customize flower-filled gifts with add-ons, such as Godiva chocolates and Mrs. Fields cookies. The florists’ talents also bloom at large events, such as weddings, graduations, and the Miss America pageant, which has showcased the shop’s designs since 2010. We Luv Flowers’ distinctive orange van speedily delivers arrangements to a variety of locales, including homes, offices, and underproducing beehives.
In the early 1950s, at the start of the Cold War, crowds would gather on the roof of Atomic Liquors, cocktails in hand, waiting for the show to begin. However, this particular brand of Vegas entertainment didn't feature singing, dancing, or strongmen wrestling slot machines. In fact, the stage was nearly 50 miles away, where the massive blasts from nuclear-bomb tests sent mushroom clouds billowing into the desert sky. Atomic Liquors?n?e Virginia's Cafe?changed its name in 1952 to jibe with its free entertainment. That same year, the bar's original owners, Joe and Stella Sobchik, outfitted it with a new sign, which the Huffington Post recently lauded as a classic piece of Americana.
When it first went up, that now-iconic sign was a beacon for Las Vegas' stable of stars. The Rat Pack and the Smothers Brothers used to drink here after their shows, and Barbara Streisand even had her own seat, which has since been restored and put on display. Indeed, as Atomic Liquors' list of famous patrons grew, so did its acting resume?movies such as Casino and The Hangover and TV shows such as The Twilight Zone have all filmed scenes at the bar. Yet despite the history of glitz and glamor, Sin City's oldest freestanding bar doesn't rest on its pedigree; its updated list of libations includes 60 different kinds of beer, including 20 on tap, as well as a plethora of whiskeys and other spirits.
Free parking is located on Fremont Street.