Cathouse Las Vegas, NV, Fusing restaurant, lounge and performance, CatHouse Las Vegas, which celebrated its opening Dec. 29, offers the Las Vegas nightscape a discrete playpen for spontaneous, provocative and sophisticated entertainment. A loungerie inspired by the rich opulence of a 19th-century European bordello, CatHouse was created by an international team that includes European jet-setters, Australian celebrities, theatrical producers and one of Sin City's most popular chefs.
Located in one of the world's top entertainment markets within Luxor, one of the most iconic resorts in Las Vegas, CatHouse had introduced a new brand of nightlife new to the Strip. Interactive theatrics - in the form of exotically clad, professionally trained performers means surprise is mandatory for every guest. Never confined to any one stage or area, the CatHouse loungerie is the embodiment of living, breathing theater, without the red curtain separating actor from audience.
Complementing CatHouse nightclub's upscale lounge is a signature restaurant from celebrated Chef, Kerry Simon. For CatHouse's menu, Simon stays true to his roots while putting a new spin on his famous approach: dishes inspired by French and other European flavors. From crowd-pleasing shared plates such as Pigs in a Duvet, Arancine, Fromage Fondue and Lobster Roll Silders to heartier options such as Duck Confit Salade, Grilled Tuna Nicoise, Short Ribs and a You Can Surf entree with filet and lobster, CatHouse is perfect for a dinner date - or as part of an entertaining night on the Strip.
As the night progresses, one DJ and two styles of music are featured including sultry house beats and eclectic dance mixes juxtapose rhythmic tastes in distinct areas within CatHouse. Dancing by beautiful, lingerie-clad performers heats up the night. One of Australia's top club owners and promoters, partner Billy Cross, draws on his international network to give guests the opportunity to experience world class DJs in an intimate setting. Partner Mick Doohan, a five-time world Moto GP motorcycle racing champion and 20-year resident of Monaco, infuses the venue with his jet-set lifestyle.
Remaining true to its name, Club CatHouse pushes the erotic envelope in an arousing yet subtle fashion, openly encouraging willful voyeurism, twisting taboos and playing with social mores. "The name pokes fun at what we are," said Cross. "There's nothing traditional about us. It's not a forced experience. We're tapping into the openness of celebrating sexiness in a way that is empowering for all participants." From the entertainment down to the smallest décor design element, this sense of experimentation, theater and discovery is evident within every layer of CatHouse. The entrance mimics an old bordello hallway, with fake doors lining the walls. A decorativeTo secure your bottle service at CatHouse Night Club call 1800-920-8847