The Insider’s Guide: Las Vegas

0

Tony, Allegiant Flight Operations & Las Vegas Insider

Because there’s no shortage of quality fun, entertainment, and dining options around Las Vegas, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all its choices. Luckily, our resident insider boils it down with some must-dos.

Bruxie
Great food at a great location. Centrally located at The Park, an immersive outdoor dining and entertainment destination at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Be sure to try The Original, Bruxie’s signature fried waffle and chicken sandwich. bruxie.com

High Roller at the LINQ
See Las Vegas from 550 feet up on the world’s tallest observation wheel. The LINQ’s High Roller features 28 spacious cabins, but consider their Happy Half Hour specials available from 12 p.m. – 1 a.m. daily, which offers an open bar and plenty of fun during the 30-minute ride. caesars.com/linq/high-roller 

Forum Shops
Shop the world’s top designers, view amazing architecture and even dine alfresco indoors. It may sound impossible, but you can treat yourself by dining on a cobblestone patio right next to the striking Fountain of the Gods under a painted sky. caesars.com

Fiddlestix at Gold Spike
Venture off The Strip and head to hip and trendy hangouts of Downtown Las Vegas. At Fiddlestix, you can order a variety of Boozy Milkshakes such as the Oh Captain, My Captain, a combo of Captain Morgan spiced rum, Cap’n Crunch cereal, vanilla ice cream and caramel, or “The Dude” with Vodka, Kahlua, chocolate syrup, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream. goldspike.com/fiddlestix.com

Pinball Hall of Fame
Over 10,000 square feet hold over 200 different pinball machines from all eras, as well as vintage video games, like Space Invaders and Spy Hunter, on Video Game Row. pinballmuseum.org

Check out Tony’s favorite spots in Vegas. Start planning today at allegiant.com.

Share.

Comments are closed.