Celebrities see Las Vegas as their own personal playground, whether for work or fun. Many A-list stars perform on the Strip, such as Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Elton John, Donny & Marie Osmond and Olivia Newton-John. Celebrity chef concepts are also a popular indulgence, including restaurants Gordon Ramsay Steak, Giada, Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill and Restaurant Guy Savoy.
Beckford’s back, al-right! OK, so we’re still on a high from our Backstreet Boys concert from a few weeks ago. But now we’re on a different kind of high. Supermodel Tyson Beckford is back at Chippendales at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Ladies — we can hear you screaming from here. It’s all good. We….
By Heather Turk Las Vegas has evolved over the years to become a major culinary destination. We’ve got some of the top restaurants in the world from some of the best-known chefs in the world. Foodies will know these chefs from their popular TV shows and cookbooks and now they can come to Las Vegas and taste their favorite….
This Saturday is no ordinary night in Vegas. When the curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. in The Colosseum at Caesars Palace it rises on Celine Dion’s 1,000th Vegas show.
Backstreet’s back. Damn right.
And this time, the best-selling boy band in history is bringing their star-powered vocals to Vegas.
Let these five chart toppers sway you, hook you and move you — all the way into The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino for the latest Las Vegas show beginning March 1, 2017.
The first all-male stripping troupe, Chippendales has played host to many a celebrity cameo, featuring only the most smoldering male celebs, harnessing both their intangible personal heat and their exceptional skills on the dance floor. Let’s take a look at some of the famous fellas who have worn the sacred bow tie at one time or another.
Sure, Las Vegas can arguably boast that it has the world’s best nightlife. Honestly we think we are selling ourselves short – we’ve also got daytime on lock. Head to an afternoon Las Vegas show sometime. These matinee and early evening shows offer something for every taste, from magic to comedy to music.
Hot flashes. Mood swings. Night sweats. These menopausal symptoms aren’t likely the first things to pop into your head when you think about a Vegas vacation. If they are, you’re probably doing it wrong. Luckily, the cast of Menopause the Musical at Harrah’s Las Vegas does this change of life right.
Grab your aprons! Backyard barbecue season is upon us. If you’re jonesing for a perfectly cooked steak, seafood or veggies and you can’t get your Vegas steakhouse fix until an upcoming vacay, fear not. Help is here as the chefs from your favorite restaurants share their top grilling tips to help you wield those tongs….
Flaky friends are no bueno… but flaky, buttery brioche is another story entirely. A sit down meal at Restaurant Guy Savoy isn’t always in the cards if you’re darting off to The Forum Shops to grab a new outfit or catching a headliner at The Colosseum. Now you can indulge in the world-renowned chef’s posh….
The culinary scene in Las Vegas has elevated the burger from a piece of meat in a bun to a canvas on which chefs exercise their creative muscles. From toppings like foie gras butter to brie to the classic lettuce, tomato and pickle combo, your perfect burger awaits in restaurants at Las Vegas hotels. Here….
“Did Caesar live here?”
Those four words from Zach Galifianakis in 2009’s breakout hit, “The Hangover,” put Caesars Palace in the minds of millennials everywhere. In honor of the 50th anniversary of Caesars Palace, we take a look back at some other favorites with the best Las Vegas movies shot at the empire.
Here’s to 10 years of big bites!
Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appetit celebrated its 10th anniversary last weekend with a food frenzy. The top Las Vegas celebrity chefs all gathered to cook decadent dinners, participate in the Grand Tasting and feed thrilled fans. Celebrate our 10 favorite things…
Mysterious, reclusive business tycoon Howard Hughes made an undeniable impact on history. He was also a key figure in making Las Vegas what it is today. Many of his exploits and eccentric personality quirks are well known, but we came up with 10 strange and surprising facts about this one-of-a-kind entrepreneur. 1. Hughes suffered 14….
When Lionel Richie—the man, the maestro, the mustache—is headlining Vegas, you beeline it to Vegas.
That’s the way it works…that’s how all of this works. However, for those of you in need of a little convincing, we’ve rounded up a few songs you’ve fancied, but may have forgotten.
“We’re going to get that palette moving. We’re going to get herbaceous. We’re going to get sweet. We’re going to move around the board.” Get ready to sink your teeth into 7 juicy tidbits from the celeb chef himself.