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Tasting Menus atop the Palms
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Tasting Menus atop the Palms

Having a spectacular panoramic view of Vegas from the top of the Palms: great. But we figure you won’t complain if someone tosses in a seven-course, choose-your-own-adventure tasting menu where ribeye carpaccio and king crab leg croustillant are involved. Because those things are good. And you’re not the complaining type.

The Return of the Gold Spike
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The Return of the Gold Spike

When you get right down to it, you come to Vegas for the gaming. You know, the Battleship, the Clue, the billiards—that gaming. So you’re coming to the reincarnated Gold Spike, which is now doing cocktails and competitive lounging all day, every day. And you’re damn good at that.

Now open, Gold Spike, 217 Las Vegas Blvd N, 702-384-8444

The Only Water Park in Vegas
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The Only Water Park in Vegas

Vegas didn’t have a water park. Now there’s this. It’s got the highest-banking slides on earth, weightless aqua half-pipes and a three-person ride that shakes like an earthquake as you descend. Exactly what you want after a night out in Vegas.

A Truckload of Taiwanese Ice Cream
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A Truckload of Taiwanese Ice Cream

In case you were unaware, Vegas gets a bit warm. Warm enough to have you wishing for an off-Strip cup of a Taiwanese ice-cream-type thing with condensed milk and ice. And, hey, here’s someplace that’s got that. Aren’t you lucky...

Now open, Kuma Snow Cream, 3735 Spring Mountain Rd, Ste 206, 702-816-5862

Summer Pitchers at Hyde
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Summer Pitchers at Hyde

Picture this: you’re on the terrace at Hyde. A world-renowned spinner of records is in the place. But you don’t have the option of drinking strawberry shandies or gin-based, strawberry-basil lemonades... It just won’t do. So now, for summer, the option exists. You love it when things suddenly become possible.

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