Las Vegas nightlife: Studio 54,Coyote Ugly, Caramel, Red Square, etc.
OPM, located in The Forum Shops at Caesars, sits atop Chinois,
Wolfgang Puck's Asian/French-influenced restaurant. OPM serves Chinois' food at all hours of the night.
RA at Luxor
RA at Luxor Las Vegas shakes
up the nightlife scene with Audio/Visual. A one-of-a kind event in
the Las Vegas nightlife scene, A/V freatures multiple high-definition TV's
and plasma screens located throughout the club, which display images of movies and music videos
spun by award-winning DJ Rooney G. Incorporating the most up-to-date technologies in DVD and audio
turntables, the crowd is taken on a voyage of music and video.
Studio 54 & Coyote Ugly
Studio 54, the club that redefined the New
York nightclub scene in the 1970s, is setting the standard in the ever-expanding
Las Vegas nightclub scene of the new century. Studio 54 features the most eclectic music
mix around. The two-story club blends the latest pop music trends with the caustic rhythm of cutting-edge house music.
Another legendary New York bar that is now in Las Vegas is Coyote Ugly at New York-New York.
Its now world-famous bartenders dance atop the bar and sass customers.
Curve and Risqué
Nightclubs such as Curve at the Aladdin and Risqué at Paris Las Vegas feature outdoor balconies that enable patrons
to get some fresh air while catching the sights and sounds of the Las Vegas Strip.
Rain and MTV's "Real World
Rain is the Palms' nightclub, which features lavish special effects throughout the 3-story venue.
In addition to fog, water and lightning, streams of fire intermittently shoot out above the dance
floor. Venture upstairs to the 55th floor where guests will find ghostbar, the popular hotspot that
has been featured in numerous reality shows including E! Entertainment's "Party at the Palms" and MTV's "Real World: Las Vegas."
Guests at ghostbar enjoy its cozy atmosphere,
which is complemented by a spacious balcony with a panoramic view of Las Vegas.
Monte Carlo Pub and Brewery
One of the nation's largest microbreweries, the Monte Carlo Pub and Brewery, is located at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino.
Caramel and Red Square
Drinks take center stage at many bars and lounges.
At Caramel in Bellagio, specialty drinks are served in
chocolate and caramel-coated martini glasses. Red Square
at Mandalay Bay not only offers more than 100 types of Vodka but
also keeps drinks cold on their bar made out of ice.