9 New, Newish and Improved Reasons Why Las Vegas is Better in the Fall
There’s a nip in the air now, but things are heating up in Las Vegas for the Fall. Check out some of the new openings and remodels that are lying in wait for October and beyond.
Flippin’ Good Burgers And Shakes – These are flippin’ good burgers, made fresh to order every.single.day. In fact, if you step inside the kitchen, you won’t find a freezer anywhere, or even a microwave. The Fremont St. Grand Opening Celebration is set to started on the 9th, followed by a weekend of delicious deals like dollar drafts.
Pawn Plaza – The most famous pawn star in Vegas (who isn’t named Chumlee) is opening a new shopping plaza around his world famous pawn shop the weekend of the 9th. Rick Harrison’s Pawn Plaza takes its design cue from Container Park, converting shipping containers into prime retail space for an assortment of restaurants. Everything Rick touches does seem to turn golden, so expect great things from this modern plaza.
Lavo Casino Club – It’s a casino, it’s a restaurant… it’s a super lounge! The new Lavo Casino Club at the Palazzo is an idyllic collection of what you love most about Vegas. Electrifying music and VIP bottle service sets the stage for this intimate club where an hour on the dance floor can be followed by a few hands of Black Jack. Then there is the distinct Italian cuisine from the Lavo kitchen. If you’re just in town for a couple of days, this is the way to make sure you experience all that you crave in Vegas.
Skyfall Lounge – Giving you 180 degree views of the strip is the Skyfall Lounge at the Delano, a new lounge experience set to open in October. While serene in the evenings, DJs take over at night, spinning eclectic mixes of house and dance music to the backdrop of the Vegas skyline. There is a lot of talk about the Mediterranean inspired menu, but we are more excited about an impressive menu of craft cocktails to toast to.
Rivea – The Rivea is the restaurant before the lounge, giving patrons the same great views in a laid back atmosphere resembling the French Riviera. The menu comes straight out of Provence and Italy, with simple dishes expertly crafted by Chef Bruno Riou using quality seasonal ingredients from the west coast.
Hard Rock Center Bar – 20 years ago, the Hard Rock Casino created the concept of a central bar inside of the casino, and the idea paid off in spades. Now they have revamped their Center Bar, adding a lounge area and bigger drink menu (yay) while giving you a complete view of the entire casino floor. HRH’s Center Bar has always been cool and now it’s even cooler with luxurious white granite on the table tops and seats swaddled in velvet.
Tryst – The Wynn has announced that Halloween will be the last time you can tryst at Tryst in 2015. Extensive renovations are planned to start in November, likely leaving a hole in Vegas nightlife for at least six months. As usual, the details are all very hush-hush, but with the Wynn you know to expect something mind blowing when the new club is finally unveiled.
Ghostbar Dayclub – Good news for afternoon party lovers, the Palms’ infamous Ghostbar Dayclub is making its return on October 17th. Don your best costume and for a day, be whoever it is your heart desires. The pools may be closing, but the VIP party experience rocks on all winter at Ghostbar.
CliQue – If you need a new excuse to fly off to Vegas this winter, the Cosmopolitan has something new in the works. Replacing the former Book & Stage will be CliQue, a swanky lounge where you and your clique will want to be seen. Expect a relaxing upscale setting, serving up creative cocktails in Cosmopolitan’s signature superb style.
Vegas is forever giving you new reasons why it is the greatest city on earth. Even if you’ve been here, done that, a dozen times before, a dozen new experiences have already popped up to keep it interesting.