Downtown Las Vegas
Downtown Las Vegas is quickly becoming one of the trendiest areas of Las Vegas. Located between the Venetian and Bellagio hotels, the “flavor of Vegas” has come to life in the form of modern skyscrapers and cutting-edge restaurants. Along with such notable attractions as the Fountains at Silverton and the Bellagio, Downtown offers an altogether different dining experience, boasting a number of high-quality eateries. Let’s take a look at some of the “must-dos” when dining in Downtown.
If you are looking for Vegas dining that’s a cut above the rest, head over to The Shops at Silverton. This elegant gem nestled at the base of the world-class Venetian blinds the Strip right above the city of Las Vegas. It is perfect for a quiet afternoon with a glass of wine, or for a romantic meal with that special someone. The Shops at Silverton features exquisite dining options ranging from their wonderful appetizers and salads to their award winning appetizers and pizzas. Their featured restaurant, The Blue Nile, is perfect for an intimate date or gathering with your loved one, with an amazing outdoor pool and patio and an amazing selection of appetizers and desserts.
If you are looking for something a little more exciting, head over to The Paris on The Strip. While it may not have the same appeal of other casinos on the strip, it still offers a wonderful dining experience with many of the same attractions and restaurants that you would find in downtown las Vegas. Paris offers you everything from the basics like nachos and hamburgers to some of the fancier more elegant fare, including caviar and prime rib. You can also enjoy your favorite hangout in this area of downtown las Vegas, with places like The Cheesecake Factory and Wolfgang Puck’s. And since you can see all of the attractions while dining out, you won’t have to worry about missing any of the shows.
The entertainment district of Downtown las Vegas is made up of several historic sites including the Grand Hotel, the Ritz-Carlton, and Talking Stick Resort. The Grand Hotel and its massive casino, which were built in 1931, is a landmark in the history of Las Vegas and a site where you can visit with your family and friends. The Ritz Carlton is a world class hotel with complimentary high-speed internet, in house casino gambling, and a complimentary service for on-site parking.
While wandering the Grand Hotel and Casino be sure to stop by the infamous Neon Sign. The neon signs are the most prominent neon signs in all of Las Vegas and are located just outside of the entrance of the hotel. The best way to learn about the history of Las Vegas and how it came to be is to take in the sights and sounds of this colorful town. After you’ve taken in the street noise as well as seeing some of the great gaming houses, it’s time to get back to your room for some rest and relaxation before enjoying all of the exciting activities the downtown las Vegas strip has to offer.
Another great attraction in downtown las Vegas is the Bellagio Fountains Park. The main attraction of the Bellagio is its slot machines, which feature exotic and classic music from around the world. To truly experience the excitement that goes along with gambling, head over to the first Friday of every month. Here you’ll find the best food trailers and live entertainment imaginable. Whether you’re looking for a great dinner or some heavy playing, this is one of the best places for live music in the city.
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