Venetian

Tao Beach is a tropic delight this season

Tao Beach has always been one of the hottest daylife spots in Las Vegas and that definitely hasn’t changed this year. The 18,000-square-foot venue’s 2012 season is in full swing after epic Memorial Day and EDC Week bashes, with regular events hosted by Maxim Magazine and Sirius XM Radio’s BPM…

Vegas celebrates Chinese New Year: Year of the Dragon

If you’re coming to Vegas for Chinese New Year, then you’re in for a treat. Chinese New Year falls on Monday, Jan. 23. Vegas celebrates with larger-than-life displays, traditional dances and headlining acts. And since it’s the Year of the Dragon, this stirs up plenty of excitement on its own. Regarded as the…

Holiday cocktails in Vegas

While in Vegas this season, you might indulge in an alcoholic beverage with dinner or at a nightclub. But, not just any cocktail will do. Creative infusions, syrups and garnishes have replaced much of the dull vodka cranberry drinks in Vegas. Even lobby bars, center bars and casual-dining restaurants are…

Souvenirs you can eat

By Nikki Neu VEGAS.com You’ve partied at a nightclub, dined on lobster, hailed a taxi to the airport and just caught your plane — and then it hits you — you forgot to get souvenirs. They aren’t necessary, but souvenirs are usually the best way to let someone know: A. You…

Winter in Venice, Vegas style

Even after living half of my life in the desert I still miss my hometown, Seattle. Nothing compares to the winter seasons in the Northwest: The snow. The trees. The cool, crisp air. How can the desert compare to this?  While Vegas doesn’t offer the same atmosphere, my prayers for…