For several weeks, the mantra surrounding the Coronavirus was “be prepared, don’t panic” but as this virus turned into a global pandemic health crisis striking indiscriminately, fear and panic set in which was evidenced by long lines at the grocery stores, empty shelves and the hoarding of toilet paper and hand sanitizer. With closures from Broadway to Disneyland and the entire country of Italy, we are faced with the realization that the Coronavirus is not the “typical” flu; it’s not something to joke about or ignore. Because it is unprecedented, it is unpredictable but what we do know is that it is highly contagious, catastrophic, and deadly!
KAOS is known as one of the most popular dayclubs in all of Las Vegas. Unfortunately,the party has to stop when the cooler weather arrives and the swimming pools close for the winter. However, that’s all about to change with the introduction of the KAOS Dome. What exactly is this dome? It’s a climate-controlled structure consisting of a frame and transparent panels. This massive dome will transform KAOS dayclub into a year-round party destination. The KAOS Dome is set to tie the dayclub and nightclub venues together to form the ultimate year-round club environment.
For nearly a decade, Hyde Bellagio has graced club-goers with magnificent views of the Las Vegas Strip. Unfortunately, the popular club closed earlier this year on July 6th after its final service. Recently, Bellagio announced plans for a new club to replace Hyde. The Supper Club will take over the 12,000 square foot space and offer the same amazing views of the Strip, as well as views of the must-see Bellagio fountains. The new concept will not just be a nightclub, but also a fine dining establishment that will draw in all types of customers to its doors.
It’s been awhile since Las Vegas has welcomed a new gay nightclub into its midst. Apart from a few smaller venues like Flex Cocktail Lounge, The Garage, and the larger-scale Piranha Nightclub near the airport, Las Vegas was limited in places for the LGBTQ crowd to gather. Continue reading
Las Vegas is not known for being stingy with its alcohol. Therefore, it’s only natural that its inhabitants will suffer a hangover from time to time. Continue reading
Born and raised in Los Angeles, fraternal twins Mark and Jonnie Houston are not strangers to the nightlife scene. The brothers launched Piano Bar in 2008, followed shortly after by La Descarga, Harvard & Stone, No Vacancy, Pour Vous, Good Times at Davey Wayne’s, Dirty Laundry, and their first restaurant Butchers and Barbers. Now the duo is making a name for themselves in Las Vegas. Continue reading
When most people think of Las Vegas, they envision high-energy casinos and booze as far as the eye can see. However, there’s much more to Vegas than just gambling and drinking. Continue reading
Las Vegas: The original city of Sin. Here you will find no shortage of places to drink, dance, and party till dawn. So, put on your party gear, take a shot (or five), and get ready to have an unforgettable time. These are the Top Ten Clubs in Vegas. Continue reading
On the mention of Las Vegas, all that comes to mind is the luxury casinos and gambling. However, tables are now turning, and this magnificent city is gradually becoming more of a party hub than a gambling den. All partygoers’ roads are heading to Las Vegas. Continue reading
With countless chic bars, gentlemen’s clubs and luxurious nightclubs, Sin City is the perfect place for a buck to spend the last night single. It’s easy to get drunk and meet bare-chested women in Las Vegas, which is exactly how many men would like to spend their bachelor parties. If you are few who are skewed to golfing or resting by the pool, Vegas has something for everyone. Continue reading