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Flair Bartenders, Wayne Newton and a Rave

Hanging Out at Wayne Newton’s House
WAYNE’S WORLD

Hanging Out at Wayne Newton’s House

Welcome to UrbanDaddy Cribs. On today’s episode, we visit the 50-acre estate of legendary Vegas performer Wayne Newton. You’ll stand witness to his artesian waterfalls, champion Arabian horses and collection of rare automobiles. Then, if you’re VIP, you’ll meet the man himself. Just don’t expect a serenade.

Ramen, Beer Pong and Flair Bartenders
HOW BAZAAR

Ramen, Beer Pong and Flair Bartenders

So much new going on at the Grand Bazaar Shops...

Let’s start with Ramen-ya: It’s the sibling of an award-winning San Francisco-based noodle shop.
And end with Fuel Bar Garage: A full-service destination with bottle-flipping flair bartenders and post-cocktail beer pong and air hockey.

Classic ramen-beer-pong one-two.

Lago Does Brunch Now. And Lunch.
MEAL TIME

Lago Does Brunch Now. And Lunch.

Lago is open for 200% more meals. Here’s the proof: 1) Lago used to just do dinner. 2) Now they’re offering unparalleled views of the Bellagio fountains during a three-course brunch (including eggplant-parmesan benedicts) and a new lunch (for meatball panini and seafood salads). That’s basic math, people.

Work, Then Play
THE OVERNIGHT

Work, Then Play

You’re not supposed to mix business with pleasure. It’s the oldest rule in the book. But now there’s a wildly elegant, 20,000-square-foot event space between the Strip and the airport offering overnight accommodations exclusively to guests of whatever work-related shindig you’re throwing. So in other words: Vegas.

It’s a Wine Tasting. Also, a Rave.
AMPED

It’s a Wine Tasting. Also, a Rave.

From the Commission on the Integrity of Wine Tastings: “This Wine Amplified festival is a disgrace. Sure, there are more than 60 wineries participating. But performances by Passion Pit and G-Unit? A speakeasy for specialty cocktails? A veritable cave? For raving? We won’t stand for it.” Uh-huh. Neither will we...

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