Married old Las Vegas hag groom - June 2011
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All Cirque shows are amazing. I personally love "Love" by Cirque beacuse I'm a Beatles fan and a theater in the round fan. Yay! I really enjoyed "Mystere," which reminded me of the first Cirque show I ever saw, back in Quebec before they had a show in Vegas. My least favorite Cirque show is Zumanity. Disclaimer: I haven't seen Believe, MJ One, or Zarkana.
Penn & Teller is amazing, super fun.
I'd love to see the new Jubilee, the classic showgirl revue (either topless or with sparkly pasties) updated by Beyonce's choreographer. It just reopened last week.
I'm also keen on seeing Absinthe or Rose.Rabbit.Lie, the latter of which combines dining and performance.
Lotus of Siam off the Strip for amazing Thai food
The Pub at Monte Carlo for beer and food
Tao or Hakkasan for Asian (Hakkasan review coming soon, bonus: usually get free entry or jump the line for the nightclub if you dine there)
English's at Town Square for British and curry dishes, yeah, curry.
Sinatra at Wynn for classy Italian and steakhouse
Peppermill for the Lounge, not the restaurant
Downtown Cocktail Room for the door and hand-crafted cocktails
Velveteen Rabbit for the 16 types of bitters and carefully concocted drinks
Don't Tell Mama for the live piano kareoke (go late)
Parasol Up at Wynn for people-watching
Frankie's Tiki Room for tropical drinks, pufferfish lights and real hard-carved tikis