Just admit it. You’ve spent the month binge-watching The League, pouring over ranking sites and conducting mock drafts. Football season is almost upon us, which means it’s time for Fantasy Football drafts. Las Vegas is ready to be your draft destination.
We’re definitely not celebrating National Liver and Onions Day in May and we’re not down with Fat Free Living Month in January. One food holiday we can get on board with is National Sandwich Month in August. What’s not to love about cheese and meat piled between two carb-filled pieces of bread? Here’s where you can celebrate the sandwich in Vegas:
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….
A weekend Vegas getaway with the girls? No convincing needed. From Las Vegas bachelorette parties and spa weekends to reunions and annual girls’ trips, there’s plenty of things to do in Las Vegas for groups of fun, fearless females. Here’s your guide for what to do, see, drink, and even where to get your beauty….
Chow, darling! The Las Vegas restaurant scene has been salivating for years at the hope of a MR CHOW location, and as of Dec. 15, Sin City finally got its wish. Caesars Palace scored the legendarily trendy hot spot, upping its restaurant game another notch. (As if it needed it—with Flay, Nobu, Ramsay and Savoy….
These Las Vegas visitors have strolled the Strip ahead of you and could probably teach you a few things. But don’t just follow in their footsteps. Outstay, outplay and lead the Sin City pack.
Given that Las Vegas attracts more than 40 million visitors each year, the variety of people to see (and be seen) up and down the Strip is endless. It’s no wonder, then, that people watching in Las Vegas is often as entertaining as any show. Often, the ideal spots to enjoy the parade of interesting faces from around….
Hot chef Brian Malarkey debuted his latest Searsucker location on March 27 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. The former “Top Chef” finalist, winning judge and mentor on ABC’s host of “The Taste” touts a “social dining” menu of shareable new American comfort foods. The mushrooms and burrata, triple brie, tuna albacore, pork butt and brussels….
Sports bar or sports book? Deciding where to watch the game is nearly as important as the team you’re backing. With basketball in full stride, we’re zeroing in on the city’s best sports bars. Fans checking out The LINQ Promenade can catch their favorite team in action at 12 locations (and on 248 flat-screens). TAG….
Fierce pop bombshell Britney Spears proved her staying power and fan loyalty. Her explosive ticket sales and additional “Britney: Piece of Me” show demand kicked her to the upper echelon of prime Las Vegas entertainment. On November 5, which was officially christened Britney Day, she was presented with a key to Vegas’ iconic Strip in a splashy ceremony at The LINQ.
Eat, drink and be merry: From snow tubing and ice skating to indulging in festive treats, spending the holiday in Vegas is the place to be. Cool runnings Vegas brings the cool side to the Strip with its very first Winter PARQ, which includes a tubing hill, perfect for thrill-seekers of all ages. Located behind….
Are you ready for some football? Football season is already upon us and you’ll have a blast rooting for your team in Vegas. With many exciting venues to choose from, you won’t miss a play. (Side note: If you’re a football widow, here are plenty of things to do on the Strip! Shopping and spa-ing is a great time….
If you’re not a fan of mac and cheese, juicy burgers, messy hot wings and other calorie-packed comfort food, then this place is not for you. But, if all of these plates make your mouth water, then you’re in for a treat. This morning, Vegas native and celebrity chef Guy Fieri greeted fans for the opening….