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Late Night Grub
After an evening of partying in Las Vegas the stomach tends to do a little growling. But where exactly does one go to enjoy tasty comfort food in the wee hours once the partying is done? Fortunately, this town has plenty of places to quell any craving.
One of our favorite late night haunts is Burger Bar at Mandalay Bay. This is comfort food at its finest. The burgers are juicy and come in a variety of meats, including Black Angus beef, organic Kobe Beef, Colorado Lamb, and even salmon, and can be topped with such delicacies as lobster and foie gras. More than 20 tap beers will help quaff that thirst.
We also love Grand Lux Café, with locations in both the Venetian and Palazzo. From the same owners of Cheesecake Factory, the restaurant features are top-notch ingredients and a wide variety of choices to appeal to every taste. We recommend trying any of the breakfast items, especially the omelets.
Of course, if you’re talking breakfast foods, there is the ubiquitous Denny’s which sits center Strip at the Casino Royal. This is the place for tasty, cheap breakfast specials like the original Grand Slam.
MR. LUCKY’S 24/7 at Hard Rock is a laid-back traditional style eatery. They’ve got everything from French toast to pizza to baby back ribs, and the $7.77 Steak and Shrimp deal includes an 8-ounce New York sirloin steak, three jumbo shrimp, salad, garlic mashed potatoes and a roll.
Those with a hankering for Asian cuisine won’t be left out either. Noodle lovers will enjoy Noodles at Bellagio. This restaurant features authentic regional noodle dishes from Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam. Sushi Samba at Palazzo has a special late night menu until 4 a.m and the exquisite Social House serves sushi, sake and more until 2 a.m. Sit outside for great views of The Strip.
Meanwhile, the Carnegie Deli at The Mirage brings the traditional New York deli dining experience to Sin City with its menu of overstuffed sandwiches, delectable blintzes and mouth-watering cream pies. Make certain to order the egg cream.
Trump International Hotel & Tower Las Vegas is Open for Business
On April 11, Donald J. Trump and Phillip G. Ruffin toasted the opening of Trump International Hotel & Tower Las Vegas at a ribbon-cutting. The ceremony was attended by Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, Congresswoman Shelley Berkley, Miss Universe Riyo Mori, and Miss Teen USA Hilary Cruz.
Wrapped in 24-karat gold glass and rising 64 stories above The Strip, Trump International Hotel & Tower Las Vegas has 1,282 suites, and is promoting a boutique-style, sans-casino approach. Each hotel suite treats guests to panoramic views of the city and the mountains through floor-to-ceiling windows. Rooms range from studio suites to three-bedroom penthouse suites. The hotel’s 10,000-square-foot The Spa at Trump has nine treatment rooms. The signature restaurant, DJT, showcases modern American cuisine and the culinary talents of Joe Isidori– former chef at Mar-a-Lago and frequent personal chef of the Trump family.
Town Square Las Vegas Open for Business
Town Square Las Vegas, a 1.5 million-square-foot open-air, regional lifestyle center recently made its debut on The Las Vegas Strip.
The center offers shopping, dining and entertainment at 150 shops, 12 restaurants and several entertainment venues, including a state-of-the-art movie theater and a 9,000-square-foot children’s play environment complete with a tree house, pop fountains, hedge maze and more. Retailers and restaurants making their Las Vegas debut include Tommy Bahama’s Tropical Café and Emporium, Yard House, The Grape and Texas de Brazil.
Golden Nugget Hosts Miss Hawaiian Tropic International
Hawaiian Tropic will mark the 25th Anniversary of its Miss Hawaiian Tropic International Model Search, May 6-10, in Las Vegas. Models from across the globe will represent their country at this year’s Final Model Search Competition hosted by the Golden Nugget Resort and Casino.
The models will vie for the title of Miss Hawaiian Tropic International, as well as a share of $25,000 in cash plus prizes awarded to the top 10. The Miss Hawaiian Tropic International model contestants will have a week-long schedule of activities including photo shoots, rigorous rehearsals, scheduled meet and greets at the Golden Nugget and The Hawaiian Tropic Zone, and media interviews. The preliminary swimsuit contest will be held May 9 at 6 p.m. at The Tank, the Golden Nugget’s pool and 200,000-gallon shark aquarium, and will be open to the public. All of the week’s events and activities lead up to the Miss Hawaiian Tropic International Final Model Search May 10 at 8 p.m. The show will include a live performance by the multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated band Everclear. Reservations and additional information are available by calling 800-634-3454, or by booking online at www.goldennugget.com.
DEALS: The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Las Vegas: Family Packages for Summer & Spring Travel
The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Las Vegas announces new 2008 family packages for spring and summer. The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Las Vegas golf and spa resort is nestled on the shores of the largest privately-owned man-made lake in the United States, 17 miles southeast of the Las Vegas Strip.
The resort’s best-selling bed-and-breakfast package for two has been expanded to serve families.
Rate: From $249 per room per night
Package includes: Resort-view room, American breakfast for two adults, American breakfast for two children (age 11 and under), breakfast gratuity, overnight valet parking and resort fee.
Vegas Family Vacation
The resort’s overwhelmingly popular family package is back, just in time for summer travel.
Rate: From $199 per room per night.
Package includes Resort-view accommodations, breakfast and lunch for children under the age of 12 in either Medici Cafe and Terrace or the Poolside Grill (maximum of two children per package), 25 percent off first two spa treatments, fourth night complimentary on a purchased stay of three nights and resort fee.
DEALS: Gift Cards from Vegas.com
VEGAS.com is now offering VEGAS.com Gift Cards, redeemable for Las Vegas hotel rooms, show tickets, golf tee times and nightclub passes.
Click on www.vegas.com/giftcards, phone the call center (800-851-1703) or text 777 to shortcode VEGAS (83427) to purchase Gift Cards, which are delivered to the recipient via email with a code that can be used immediately. Gift Cards can also be purchased through the shopping cart on VEGAS.com, so a customer buying a hotel room, show or other product can add a Gift Card to their cart and complete the purchase in a single transaction.
There are no fees associated with VEGAS.com Gift Cards. VEGAS.com Gift Cards never expire and the value of the Gift Card never decreases unless it’s applied to a purchase. If the entire balance of the Gift Card isn’t used in one transaction, the remaining balance can be used on future purchases made through the VEGAS.com Web site or call center. VEGAS.com Gift Cards are available in $25, $50 and $100 denominations, with high-roller gift cards ranging from $1,000 to $100,000 planned for later in the year. There is no limit as to how many Gift Cards can be purchased and recipients can apply as many cards as they wish towards their VEGAS.com purchase.