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The Hottest Las Vegas Clubs 2015

Find Search for:   New York? Ibiza? Come on. If clubbing is your thing, you know Las Vegas has and will be tops in the world of night club playgrounds. Find below 7 of the hottest clubs in not just Las Vegas but the world. 1. XS – Encore Jesse and Cy Waits opened XS in 2009 and haven’t looked back. Introducing the first night club of its kind with a pool enveloped around the indoor and outdoor space. Also early adopters of the now very popular and immense EDM scene that is going on in Las Vegas. 2. Marquee – Cosmopolitan The multi-leveled space of the Cosmopolitan is more of a complex than a night club. Various rooms add to the mystique of this center strip fixture that opened in 2012. The view is magnificent as you are elevated several stories above the surface of the strip with the towers of Cosmopolitan and neighboring Aria surrounding you giving you a very mainstream metropolis vibe. 3. Hakkasan – MGM Grand   Opening in April of 2013, Hakkasan has not looked back. Creating a very extravagent niche in the Las Vegas market. Costing more that $100 million to open and consistently paying the top DJ’s top price. The only mega club on the strip that has an attached Michelin rated restaurant. 4. Light – Mandalay Bay Light, housed where Rum Jungle once...

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French Fries You Must Try in Vegas

  The potato is America’s favorite vegetable and the companion to the always popular hamburger. This is a list ranging from basic to complex our favorite food accessory in our favorite vacation destination, Las Vegas’ loves the french fry! 1.Animal Fries–In-N-Out Burger A favorite in the Western states for nearly 70 years. The fresh cut fries made in house, covered in In-N-Out animal sauce and American cheese. It’s on the secret menu, so know what you are asking for. 2.Smash Fries–Smashburger Simple and tasty. Shoestring-esque fries crispy and tossed in rosemary, garlic, and olive oil.  It’s not a local spot, but this chain has earned the respect of the Las Vegas locals.  Just a few short years ago only one spot existed in Las Vegas. The city of sin and fries now offers 1o outlets. 3.Buttermilk Zucchini Fries–Burger Bar The popular choice to the first gourmet burger place in Las Vegas. This dish is served with onion rings and potato fries too. Plus various dipping sauces. Hubert Keller is the celebrity chef that opened this very popular spot in Mandalay Bay more than a decade ago.  Do you think him being french enhances these “fries”? 4.Garbage Fries–Park on Fremont Nothing garbage about these. House made fries smothered with melted cheddar and provolone cheeses, bacon, fresh jalapeno, green onion, tomato, chipotle pepper, and a fried egg. Decadence. 5.Oxtail Fries–Bachi Burger...

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7 Must Try Las Vegas Burgers in 2015

A compilation of the city treats that cause clamor with tourists and locals a like.  An up to date look at places on strip and off that have people talking about America’s favorite food staple. 1.Fukuburger   The sole food truck vendor n the list. There blend of sweet and spicy on a bun allow burger snobs from the “posh” places on the strip to savor all the flavor in a parking lot 2.Burger Bar     The gourmet burger that started it all. A constant bustle of a joint in the Mandalay Bay Shoppes, this burger you must choose first with your protein picking between; Black Angus, Country Natural, American Kobe or Buffalo. Other proteins also available. Craft beer selection is top notch and if your looking for a reason the Hubert Keller Burger, needs no condiment. Pure Deliciousness! 3.Gordon Ramsey’s BRGR     Serving up 7 ounce patties of a perfect mix of chuck, short rib, and brisket BRGR has found a home at Planet Holywood for 2 years now. A continued value in the gourmet burger sector. 4.Shake Shack   A 2015 new entry to the Las Vegas scene. The popular East Coast burger joint opens its first store west of the Mississippi and the results have been off the chart. Sustainable meats and tasty treats lead this location in the front of New York-New York to...

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7 Las Vegas Bands

    Las Vegas, once known for lounge acts that provided entertainment to previous generations now hosts international DJ’s for the modern Vegas culture.  However, what is not as readily hyped is the bands that have been born of Las Vegas.  Local musicians, humble beginnings that now go out on the world stage and call Las Vegas home.     1. Panic at the Disco Formed in 2004 with influences ranging from emo, pop, electro, vaudeville, and baroque pop their debut album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out was one of the biggest albums in 2005. Their success came early as they were too young to play bars before they became big and the only venue they could have played in Las Vegas was the historic Huntridge Theater that closed a month before lead singer, Brendon Urie, joined the band.   2.Imagine Dragons Imagine Dragons have had much success stemming from Billboard naming them the “Breakthrough Band of 2013”. Along with Rolling Stone naming their single “Radioactive” the biggest rock hit of the year these four members wanted to make their debut album have songs that are larger than life as lead singer, Dan Reynolds stated, “We’re from a city that’s larger than life.”     3.The Crystal Method Being DJ’s in a city before DJ’ing has become what it has. Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland formed the Crystal...

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