Amid rising resort and parking fees on the Las Vegas Strip, tourists and locals face another kind of charge — drink fees.
By all accounts, it was a blockbuster four-and-a-half months. Famous entertainers from across the globe came to perform, mingle and enjoy the first integrated casino-hotel in Las Vegas.
Whiskey Licker Up Saloon, which first opened Sept. 30, is the only one of its kind downtown.
Things are getting a little rounder at the MSG Sphere at The Venetian, the first-of-its-kind performance venue that will seat 18,000 people.
“You come to Big Boys Toys to see products that you never knew to Google for,” says Biju Jayaraaj, CEO of the innovation and luxury lifestyle exhibition.
Fast-food chain Checkers is returning to Las Vegas — sort of — roughly six months after abruptly closing all of its locations.
Dutch Bros. Coffee will open the first of four new locations in the Las Vegas Valley on Friday. Three more locations are planned.