In a town filled with 24-hour bars and lounges, this one is special. It is owned and operated by a "Grateful Deadhead" who ... More
In a town filled with 24-hour bars and lounges, this one is special. It is owned and operated by a "Grateful Deadhead" who continually strives to bring in the best jam bands from all over the country. Despite its growing reputation, and selection by Rolling Stone magazine's July '99 issue as "Best Live Music Club" in Las Vegas, it manages to keep a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Depending on the entertainment, there may be a cover charge of USD5 to USD10, often with free beer included. This spot is mainly for listening and jamming, accompanied by your favorite beverage.
Legends is the best there is now, the best there ever was, and the best there ever will be as long as Rudy continues to soldier on and provide this greatest of places to get your cup of Morning Dew. You may even run into legends such as Brother Dave, Ken "Mr. Charlie", Steve "the Tie-Dyer", Robert "the disc golfing Beatle maniac", or the great Richard Wells. Dig the scene when in town and get your fanny off the strip to check out Rudy's joint in the shadow of Sunrise Mountain.
This interesting cafe had its start as a small ethnic grocery shop which has expanded to include this eatery. It
now offers a variety of delicious dishes from all around the Middle East, including Greece, Iran, Turkey and Lebanon. ...
Caesars Palace Hotel Casino was opened in 1966 on The Strip; this is the granddaddy of elegance. A 45,000 square
foot casino has the latest video and live games. There are slot machines here that take USD 5,000 tokens. ...
Owned partly by Celine Dion, Andre Agassi, Steffi Graf and Shaquille O'Neal, this bar and lounge redefines nightlife and partying
in Las Vegas. Located at the world famous Caesars Palace Hotel Casino , this 3600 square foot fun paradise ...