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Bardot Brasserie brings a piece of Paris to Las Vegas

Walk into Bardot Brasserie and you might start to feel like you’re in a Parisian café. The restaurant’s low lighting, tile flooring, dark woods and brass accents have a distinctively French feel. Eat the escargot, steak frites and other French favorites and you’ll definitely feel like you’re in the City…

Must dos this weekend in Vegas: Jan. 9 – 11, 2015

The cheesy, unwanted gifts have been returned, the festive decorations have been put away and the New Year’s fireworks have faded. Yes, the holidays are officially over, but don’t worry, there’s still fun to be had. Start out 2015 strong with a weekend in Las Vegas. We’ve got a convention…

Our favorite new Las Vegas restaurants of 2014

Las Vegas always has a steady stream of new restaurants opening and this year was no exception. Dozens of new dining spots dished out great meals in 2014. We can’t list them all, but we picked 10 of our favorite new places to grab some tasty food. If you haven’t…

Must dos this weekend in Vegas: Dec. 19 – 21, 2014

It’s the last weekend before the holidays are officially upon us. If you’re like most people, you’re probably all stressed out and frantically trying to buy last minute gifts. We suggest you relax, come to Vegas and just have some holiday fun. We’ve got four suggestions to put you in…

Ten places to get a great steak in Las Vegas

The National Finals Rodeo rides into town this week and that means Las Vegas will be full of cowboys and country fans looking for a good meal. When we think cowboy we think steakhouse. Luckily for cowboys, steakhouses abound in Las Vegas. You can find one in almost every major…

Put some Vegas in your stocking this holiday season

If you’re like us you have a love/hate relationship with this time of year. You love giving and receiving gifts but hate fighting the crowds at the mall and searching high and low for the perfect presents for friends and family. So we’re here to help. We’ve put together the…

Vegas.com’s Halloween Countdown: Sweet treats

Who says kids get to have all the fun on Halloween? Just because it’s not socially acceptable for an adult to go trick or treating doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in some sweets for the holiday. Grab yourself a pillow case or a plastic pumpkin, head to one of these…

Vegas.com’s Halloween Countdown: Spooky shows

We’re continuing our Halloween countdown this week with shows. There’s a lot of spine-tingling entertainment to be found in Las Vegas during the month of October. You can venture through totally terrifying haunted houses and be disturbed by macabre creatures at places like Fright Dome at Circus Circus. But not…

Twenty Las Vegas dinners under $20

Las Vegas is one of the world’s top culinary destinations. We have restaurants you won’t find anywhere else and cuisine from top-notch chefs. That’s all good, but sometimes eating at a world class restaurant means you’re spending $20 for a side dish alone. That doesn’t mean you can’t eat economically…

It’s always sunny in Las Vegas

You’ve booked your trip to Las Vegas. You’ve got your show tickets lined up and your clubbing strategy all plotted out. Now it’s time to pack. One of the biggest factors in prepping for any trip is the weather at your destination. “What’s the weather like in Las Vegas?” is…

10 of our favorite wine bars in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a city where you can buy an 88-ounce daiquiri and carry it around the Strip in a plastic souvenir guitar cup. But sometimes you just want something a little more, shall we say, refined — like a nice glass of Napa cabernet. You can find cabernets and…

How to celebrate Mexican Independence Day in Las Vegas

If you hear people talking about El Grito this week, don’t worry — it’s not some strange new weather phenomenon caused by global warming — it’s just time for Mexican Independence Day. El Grito refers to a famous speech made by Father Miguel Hidalgo on the night of Sept. 15,…

Get your Mexican food fix in Las Vegas

Put down your passport. You don’t need to make a trip across the border to find great Mexican food. You can find it right here in Las Vegas. We have places to go when you just need a quick taco fix. And we have places that are so authentic that…

Our top Labor Day weekend picks

Labor Day weekend can make you feel kind of melancholy. You have to go back to school. You have to say goodbye to summer…and wearing white clothing. But don’t shed too many tears. Labor Day also means you can have that one last weekend hurrah in Vegas — and you…

Where to find the best breakfasts in Vegas

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and we think that’s especially true in Vegas. You could be driving a race car or taking a Stripper 101 class or jumping off the Stratosphere while you’re here so you are going to need fuel to keep you…