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LAS VEGAS NIGHTLIFE - SHOWS - NIGHTCLUBS - LOUNGES

Las Vegas NightlifeLas Vegas Nightlife – The casinos are always open, and the dealers are always dealing. And there is no shortage of “adult” nightlife. But there is plenty to do besides gamble and ogle showgirls. Las Vegas has a wide variety of night time activities to satisfy any desire. As the sun sinks below the western horizon in a fiery blaze of neon pink, orange, purple and blue, the bright lights of the strip come on to illuminate the night and provide the perfect back drop to excursions that can take into the wee hours of the morning and beyond.

Las Vegas has a wide array of live entertainment shows. Especially at the hotel/casinos on the Strip. Many of these offer dinner and show combination packages. After the show, there are plenty of places still open at which to get dessert or enjoy a drink at one of the many coffee houses open late. Brewed Awakening on Sahara and Buzzy’s Espresso on Maryland Parkway are off the Strip, but close enough not to be out of the way. These are great places to go after a show. You can’t go wrong with live entertainment following a delicious dinner. That’s Las Vegas in style!

Live music is a vibrant part of the Las Vegas night scene. The Harley Davidson Café on the Strip offers live music in a tough but fun atmosphere. The hard and classic rock crowd will find plenty to be pleased with, and the Harley paraphernalia that decorates the café makes it a great place to spend the evening (or the night). Larry’s Hide-a-Way on Thom Blvd. is a great little secret. Local talent plays in an intimate atmosphere that gives this spot a familiar, yet new feel.

Lounges abound in Las Vegas, as does live music. Basin Street Lounge at Bourbon Street on Flamingo Road is a laid back hangout for a slightly more sophisticated crowd. You’d expect a jazzy, New Orleans feel, and this lounge doesn’t disappoint. For something a little more festive and upbeat, the Mardi Gras Lounge at the Showboat on Fremont Street offers something a little more lively.

For the more energetic, there are plenty of Las Vegas nightclubs. Many of the hotel/casinos run their own nightclubs. The nightclub at the Luxor is one of the most popular and hip nightclubs in Las Vegas. There are, however, plenty of other places to get your groove on. Club Thirtysomething is a favorite night spot for young professionals looking to unwind and let loose. There are plenty of dance clubs that feature country music and line dancing (it is the West, after all!). These are fun places to meet people and really do some dancing. The Armadillo at Texas Station on Texas Star Lane is a good example of some fun, Western-style nightlife.

No matter what you want to do, there’s always something open and hopping in Las Vegas. On or off the Strip, the Nightlife in Las Vegas can’t be beat.