Diving into a pool of champagne may sound enticing, but only stepping through the doors at FIZZ recreates that effect while keeping your clothes dry. With help from his civil partner—the one and only Sir Elton John—creative director David Furnish fashioned FIZZ into a buzz-worthy lounge inside Caesars Palace. Furnish and John outfitted the two-story space with avant-garde photography from their own collection, baking those pieces into a cognac-, ivory-, and copper-tinted scheme evoking a premium bottle of bubbly.
To supplement all those style points, FIZZ delivers an equally impressive food and drink menu, which fittingly includes fine champagnes and creative, original cocktails. The kitchen, meanwhile, assembles artful plates of sushi, bite-size paninis, and gourmet cheese plates. But the item on the food menu that best reflects the ambiance is probably the meticulously selected Siberian Ossetra caviar, served on ice with buckwheat blinis and crème fraiche.
Modeled after the stately architecture and decadent lifestyles of the Roman Empire, Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace gives guests a taste of imperial splendor in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Each of the sprawling complex's seven pools has its own godly personality; the Apollo Pool emphasizes pristine sunbathing spots, the Fortuna Pool boasts swim-up blackjack tables, and the Temple Pool promises unparalleled views of the oasis's palms, columns, and statuary. Taken together, it's easy to see we named the Garden of the Gods one of the best pools in Vegas.
A cast of singers and spear-wielding dancers showcase tropical music from Hawaii to the Carribbean. This cultural fusion is just part of the show at the Island Heat: Island Hopping Variety Show, the high-energy production at the new showroom in Kahunaville at Treasure Island. During the lively 90-minute experience, guests have the option of enjoying a three-course menu with plates of teriyaki flank steak, lenai chicken pasta, and ahi tuna while performers treat them to song and dance.
Take a break from the party atmosphere of Vegas and step into something a bit more relaxed, urban, and, well, Chicago. Goose Island Pub calls Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas home, where it offers award-winning Chicago brews paired with pub-style dishes.
Often, the two key ingredients for a fun social gathering are drinks and music. Gold Mine Tavern's staff keeps the libations—draft beer, bottled beer, cocktails—flowing and on most weekends pour live music over their guests as well. Those tunes might vibrate off the walls of a tent covering the outdoor patio. They might even seep into the main bar area and reverberate against exposed brick, solid-red walls, or the flat-screen TVs that hang from them. Three pool tables fight video poker games for attention, and ceiling fans cool off any heat generated from the eight ball clacking against the six ball at the speed of frustration. Although the tavern itself was established in 1965, it recently underwent a full remodel.
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Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at this restaurant won't disappoint.
Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join the table at this restaurant.
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The restaurant can get full to bursting on a busy Friday or Saturday night, so the safest bet is to call ahead for a reservation.
Business casual dress, tasty food, and a classic atmosphere make this a great place for any occasion.
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A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more.
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The restaurant's dinner menu receives the most attention, but diners have the option of grabbing breakfast or lunch here, too.
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