Offering some of Sin City's best gourmet coffee and tea by LAMILL, The Perq puts a lot of love into caffeinating you. Try one of the many caffeine fixes on offer or a fresh-out-of-the-oven pastry—like their inimitable bear claw—to get your day started. For lunch, opt for a healthy quinoa or farro salad and round it off with a mouthwatering helping of homemade gelato.
Pool party season officially kicks off in March. This year it will be bigger and better than Vegas has ever seen thanks to Foxtail Pool at SLS Las Vegas. It all kicks off March 13, when guests can start using one of the many cabanas, daybeds, and floating "lily" pads which sit among this 43,000 square foot water oasis. Then to up the ante, party season will open April 25 with a mind-blowing weekend line up of Steve Angello, Erick Morillo, and Rebecca & Fiona. Book tickets here or sign up to THE CODE for even more insider perks.
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.
Feast on what GQ named "Burger of the Year," with tempting sides like truffled beet salad, sweet potato fries and the plumpest tempura onion rings you've ever tasted. Wash it all down during late-night happy hour or 2 cent pints on Tuesdays. And through March, things get going as early as 9 am for Umami's College Basketball viewing parties—it's never too early for basketball, beer and bacon burgers.
The Neon Museum is where iconic but now defunct neon signage goes to breathe a second life as a Vegas artifact. Visitors can tour the outdoor Neon Boneyard, with over 150 of Vegas' historical signs on display dating back to the 1930s. Check out the old Sahara Casino sign, donated to the museum after SLS Las Vegas revitalized the shuttered property.
saipinchutima.com 953 East Sahara Avenue Suite A5, The Commercial Center District, Las Vegas, NV 89104
Don't let the lackluster decor fool you, or the line out the door deter you. Lotus of Siam is the best place in Vegas to get authentic Northern-style Thai food, with recipes that date back 100 years. The restaurant has been operated by James Beard nominee Chef Saipin and her husband Bill since 1999. Their distinct way of cooking has been passed down from generation to generation, which you'll taste in every hearty helping of curry, stew, crispy duck and garlic prawns.
sbe.com/restaurants/locations/cleo-las-vegas 2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
At Cleo at SLS Las Vegas, Chef Danny Elmaleh tantalizes the senses with Mediterranean cuisine served up with an adventurous twist. Local ingredients are used to create fresh, flavorful fare like assorted mezzes, shrimp kebabs, and wood burning oven-fresh flatbreads. Travel + Leisure just named Cleo "Best New Restaurant in Vegas" and with every bite it'll be clear why.