Las Vegas is a resort renowned throughout the world for is superb bars, restaurants, entertainment clubs and casinos, but if you plan a night in Sin City, you will need to eat first. If you like buffet dining then the Wicked Spoon, at 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard, is a great choice. It offers a choice of cuisine that ranges from Thai food to fried chicken and great sized portions at affordable prices, ensuring there is no reason why anyone dining there has to head out into the bright lights of Vegas on an empty stomach.
After you have dined you will most likely wish to enjoy some of the entertainment on offer in Vegas, and the Laugh Factory comedy club will be a great pick. Located at 3801 South Las Vegas Boulevard, it features great stand-up alongside other attractions like Fresh Faces, where you can check out potential stars of the future. Following this, you may be in the mood for a few drinks. Sticking with South Las Vegas Boulevard, the Bourbon Room is a great place for anyone who loves classic rock. Tunes played here include ones from the likes of AC/DC, Motley Crue and Whitesnake, while cocktail servers perform dance routines clad in leather and lace. It?s also a superb choice for bourbon fans, with 28 different varieties on offer.
Finally, to round things off, it will be time to hit the stunning casinos in the resort famed for them ? and with the Bourbon Room located with the Venetian Casino, this is a great place to start. The design of this establishment is drawn from Venice (right down to having a canal for gondola rides), while the poker room is the biggest in Vegas. Baccarat is a new addition here, alongside blackjack, craps, slots, racing and sport betting, so you are sure to find something to suit, if not you can always play some of your favourite games on mobile casino or move on to a next venue. At The Bellagio, which is home to the famous fountains, you’ll find a casino featuring the exclusive Club Prive along with the slots and table games on the main gaming floor that’s sure to please all gamers.