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Giada’s Italian Brunch

Giada De Laurentiis is putting a fun twist on brunch. Her five-station brunch experience at Pronto by Giada at Caesars Palace ($49 adults/$20 children) includes a meat, cheese and seafood station; pasta salads and bagels with smoked salmon; made-to-order omelets; and a carving station featuring Cacciatore-rubbed turkey breast and Tuscan beef tenderloin. Desserts include mini tiramisus and chia parfaits, and slices of her Italian flag cake. And no brunch is complete without some cocktail and wine options. Pronto not only serves bellinis, mimosas and Bloody Marys, but also offers wine packages with selections from France, California and Italy. Brunch is available Saturdays and Sundays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Book at

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The Wall: Game, Eat and Drink

An eSports gaming lounge is now open at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. The 24,000-square-foot Wall Gaming Lounge has 42 high-performance Alienware gaming stations and will host real-money tournaments and eSports competitions with cash prizes. The space also sports a self-serve beverage wall with nearby food offerings to keep players in the game.

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Lobby Bar: Pouring at Bally’s Las Vegas

One of our new favorite hangs is the Lobby Bar at Bally’s Las Vegas. The stylish lounge takes the vintage Vegas vibe into modern times with riffs on classic cocktails and bottle service. There are 19 video poker machines for gamers who want to belly up to the bar and watch a game, and swanky lounge seating for those looking to sit back and chat with friends over a specialty cocktail or a bottle of champagne.


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