sbe.com/restaurants/locations/bazaar-meat-las-vegas/ 2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
For meat lovers, José Andrés' new Vegas outpost is a must for playful and expertly prepared cuisine. Named "2014 Best Steakhouses in America" and "Best Las Vegas Restaurant of the Year," this decadent culinary cave features an open kitchen, so you get to see where all the magic happens. Experience the King Crab & Shrimp Cocktail to start, and nibble from an array of shareable plates on offer, then move on to the Mishima Reserve Beef Rib Steak.
If you've never indulged in a Ciel spa experience, prepare for the ultimate in pampering. It may sound like a lofty claim, but the "Soul Lifting Sanctuary" massage does just that, with a detoxifying body treatment that will leave you lighter and more centered. Of course, it's also fun to indulge as a couple. Try the Sweet Loving Souls package with a body soak, hydrating body wrap and a full body massage that will make you feel the love.
sbe.com/nightlife/locations/hyde-bellagio/ Bellagio, 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Start your night off right, with classy cocktails and the best view of one of Vegas' most iconic attractions—the Bellagio Fountain. For even more entertainment, Hyde's live music program starts every night at 5pm to set the mood. Take it all in while nibbling on delectable bites like Duck Sliders and go for an epic "Spellbinder" cocktail of sugar skull rum, pumpkin puree, and milk on the rocks.
Go old school fabulous at this beautiful Italian eatery that's been part of the Vegas landscape for three decades. If you like to dine like the Presidents do, Piero's is your spot, having served everyone from Bill Clinton, George Bush as well as Vegas regulars like Mike Tyson and Jerry Lewis. Plus, a portion of the movie "Casino" was filmed here, adding to its rich history. Did we mention the food yet? Try the succulent veal chops with mushrooms, and you won't know what hit you, and choose from one of their 1,900 wines and another 10,000 bottles on offer.
It's always pool season in Vegas. The LUX Pool at SLS Las Vegas—an open air rooftop high above the hustle and bustle of the strip—is a perfect getaway for glamorous sunbathing. With private cabanas, plush lounge chairs and a pristine pool, there are more ways than one to soak up the sun.
Designed by Philippe Starck in collaboration with Gensler & SLS Hotels, this sophisticated salon will leave you red-carpet ready—even if you're just going out on the town. With top-of-the-line hair stylists and masterful makeup artists, you'll come out of here glowing. After all, there's no better place than Vegas to look like a million bucks.
Located downtown, Eat is a local breakfast favorite. Serving eggs all day, as well as specialties like chilaquiles with jalapeño mango sausage, and shrimp and grits, this restaurant has something for adventurous eaters as well as your picky friend (two eggs, any style). Menu Highlights: The pancakes, the coffee, the amazing deviled eggs, yum!
If you don't have anything to wear tonight—and even if you do—pop by Fred Segal's newest retail endeavor in SLS Las Vegas. The laid back luxury brand originally launched in Southern California and now brings it's highly curated selection to Vegas' North Side.With 10,252 Square Feet of space and eight different experiences—including women's, men's, denim, shoes, jewelry, play and goods—there's something for everyone.