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  • 1. Drai's After Hours

    Center Strip | Piano Bars/Lounges

    All hail Victor Drai, classiest of Vegas nightlife sultans. The wild scene inside this after-hours titan is closer to a dance club or a rave...Read More

  • 2. Foundation Room

    South Strip | Piano Bars/Lounges

    Ancient statues, tapestry-covered walls, pirated Mississippi road signs—the Foundation Room gets high marks for aesthetic appeal. Though it...Read More

  • 3. Freezone

    University District | Bars/Pubs

    An egalitarian mix of (straight and gay) men and women congregates at this 24-hour bar with a dance floor, pool tables, karaoke, and video-poker...Read More

  • 4. Hakkasan

    South Strip | Dance Clubs

    The 80,000-square-foot Vegas haunt is one of the latest iterations of the nightclub brand that started in London. The space is one part nightclub...Read More

  • 5. Herbs & Rye

    West Side | Bars/Pubs

    Classic cocktails are the name of the game at this bar off the Strip and worth the cab ride. Each cocktail comes with a story and quite a show...Read More

  • 6. Hostile Grape

    Wine Bars–Nightlife

    Despite what the name implies, there's nothing hostile about this upscale wine bar in The M Resort downstairs, away from the casino floor. Instead...Read More

  • 7. Hyde Bellagio

    Center Strip | Piano Bars/Lounges

    SBE founder and CEO Sam Nazarian made a splash in the local nightlife scene with this posh ultralounge, famous for its front-and-center view...Read More

  • 8. Mandarin Bar

    Center Strip | Piano Bars/Lounges

    Few views of the Strip are as breathtaking as the one you'll get from this über-chic lounge on the 23rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental at CityCenter...Read More

  • 9. Parasol Up

    North Strip | Piano Bars/Lounges

    Not to be confused with sister lounge "Parasol Down," this exquisite-looking—and exquisitely tranquil—setting near the entrance of Wynn Las...Read More

  • 10. Penn & Teller

    West Side | Comedy Clubs

    Eccentric comic magicians Penn & Teller once seemed an unlikely fit for Las Vegas, but they're more popular now than when they came to town...Read More

  • 11. Peppermill's Fireside Lounge

    North Strip | Piano Bars/Lounges

    Pining for a genuine taste of retro Las Vegas? This kitschy and shagadelic lounge remains one of the town's truly essential nightspots. Just...Read More

  • 12. Petrossian Bar

    Center Strip | Piano Bars/Lounges

    Leave your designer handbags on the bar; this is a place to see and be seen. Sophisticated clientele frequent this piano lounge with experts...Read More

  • 13. Spearmint Rhino

    West Side | Themed Entertainment

    At the Rhino, as everyone calls it, you can expect a veritable onslaught of gorgeous half-clad women: possibly the best-looking dancers west...Read More

  • 14. Surrender

    North Strip | Dance Clubs

    Steve Wynn and nightclub impresario Sean Cristie came together in 2010 to create an indoor/outdoor lounge unlike anything else on the Strip...Read More

  • 15. Tao

    North Strip | Dance Clubs

    Nowhere else in Vegas furnishes you with the four Ds—dining, drinking, dancing, and drooling—in quite as alluring a mix as this multilevel ...Read More

  • 16. The Artisan Lounge

    West Side | Piano Bars/Lounges

    This not-yet-well-known favorite of ours is in the slightly out-of-the-way Artisan Hotel and is sort of an upscale version of the Peppermill...Read More

  • 17. The Chandelier

    South Strip | Bars/Pubs

    True to its name, this swanky lounge sits in a chandelier with 2 million crystal beads, making it the largest chandelier in town (and, perhaps...Read More

  • 18. The Pearl

    West Side | Music Clubs

    Not only does The Palms have its own studio where the likes of Lady Gaga, Mary J. Blige, and The Killers recorded, but it's got this gorgeous...Read More

  • 19. The Smith Center for the Performing Arts

    Downtown | Music Clubs

    Las Vegas got its very own ($150 million) world-class performing arts center in 2012, and what a spot it is. The multibuilding complex (complete...Read More

  • 20. Velveteen Rabbit

    Downtown | Piano Bars/Lounges

    Nothing like a feel-good story in Las Vegas. Sisters Pamela and Christina Dylag saved and scrimped to open this great, velvet-lined cocktail...Read More

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