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A Yacht Rock Brunch To Laud the Weekend

Though You Do Have an Evil Empire To Fight

By Jason Harris

A Garden Grows on Las Vegas Blvd
WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE

A Garden Grows on Las Vegas Blvd

You're on the Strip. You need to go somewhere immediately that is... not the Strip. Perfect, since Primrose just opened its lush outdoor garden at Park MGM, so you can sit amongst tranquil greenery for a smoked Bijou or the saison made specially for the place by Crafthaus. Always follow your impulses.

A Critical Downtown Taco Destination
FLAVOR EXPLOSION

A Critical Downtown Taco Destination

It's 1pm, you're in Downtown and tacos have suddenly become a major priority for your crew. That's when you'll squire everyone to the new location of Bomb Tacos and start spreading some tacos filled with brisket, carnitas and shrimp diablo across the table. "Hit me," someone will say.

Now Open, Bomb Tacos, 616 E Carson Ave Ste 140, 702-826-3515

With Yacht Rock and a Shrimp Cocktail
SAIL AWAY

With Yacht Rock and a Shrimp Cocktail

Golden Tiki is now doing a Yacht Rock Brunch, pretending it's a boat as you down pineapple mimosas, eat cheese fondue and listen to soft rock from the '70s in your captain's hat. You wanted a yacht party, you'll get a yacht party. Lack of an ocean be damned.

You've Got Stormtroopers to Fight
THE FORCE WHISPERER

You've Got Stormtroopers to Fight

Now you can be first in line to experience The Void's Star Wars: Secrets of The Empire, a multi-sensory, interactive, VR experience that takes you to a galaxy far, far away to battle the franchise's most despised villains. That does not mean you get to kill Jar Jar Binks. Sorry.

Soon, It Will Be Impossible Not to Bump Into a Talented Chef
FEST OF THE FEST

Soon, It Will Be Impossible Not to Bump Into a Talented Chef

We see two food festivals in your future:
1) Vegas Uncork'd: A much ballyhooed dalliance with long lines and famous chefs like Giada, Nobu and Bobby Flay.
2) Vegas UnStripped: A wide-ranging look into the local culinary scene with treasured and emerging Vegas chefs doing all the cooking.
Also, we really like your future hair.

Jason Harris is a writer and comedian based out of Las Vegas. He knows every good pizza spot in town and can tell you which taco truck in Chinatown to visit. When his brother got engaged, his mother called him and asked, "Are you alright?"

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