They say eating at a good restaurant can make you feel like a king, but historically kings always had to eat in their castles and probably alone. Feel better than royalty with this Groupon.
$99 for a Dinner and Nightlife Experience for Two ($262 Total Value)
Four-course prix fixe dinner for two at Nove Italiano (up to a $156 value):
- Amuse bouche ($12/person), served with champagne ($10/person)
- Panzanella or Caesar salad (up to $12/person)
- Choice of the following entrees: chicken alfredo, rigatoni bolognese, or salmon with pureed cauliflower and truffle sauce (up to $34 /person)
- Gelato ($10/person)
Nightlife at the Palms experience for two (up to a $106 value):
- Two-for-one drink pass to Scarlet (up to $8/person)
- Two VIP all-access passes to Ghostbar and Moon (up to $45/person)
The rose-tinted Scarlet Bar sets the mood for revelry with handcrafted cocktails prepared by a mixologist. A more low-key atmosphere, Scarlet lets guests digest and unwind before gravitating to the lure of the Palms’ two rooftop clubs, Moon and Ghostbar. Sultry beats and space-age décor await at Moon, where guests can lounge under a retractable roof or gyrate on a bustling dance floor. From Ghostbar’s perch on the 55th floor, guests can peer out onto Las Vegas through floor-to-ceiling windows or look straight down at the Strip when standing on one of the club’s most alluring features: a transparent floor.
Handcrafted, diamond-shaped chandeliers descend from the high ceilings of NOVE Italiano, casting their warm glow on an elegant but colorful dining room on the 51st floor of the Palms Casino Resort, with 270-degree views of the Strip and the city. Senses other than vision are piqued when tables fill with contemporary Italian dishes, such as salmon with a truffle pan sauce. The food alone has earned the attention of Zagat, where NOVE is ranked the best Italian restaurant in Las Vegas.
Smooth jazz or classic crooning fills the air in the early evening before transitioning into livelier tunes, such as upbeat soul and South American house music. Pours of red or white wine—NOVE Italiano's selection is comprised mostly of Italian and Californian vintages—balance the menu's dulcet Mediterranean flair better than Frank Sinatra singing back-up