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Featured Hotels in Las Vegas
With 4,408 rooms and suites, Luxor Resort & Casino is the second largest hotel in the United States. The Egyptian-themed resort has been ranked as …
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Gay Las Vegas
Gay Las Vegas, a flashy Mirage like city in the middle of one of the world’s greatest deserts, Las Vegas sits as one of the most popular and busy tourist destinations in the entire world! From the moment you land you feel like royalty, you can catch a cab to your hotel room but more often than not the hotel will send a personal limousine to pick you up from the airport. When they say Gay Las Vegas, they really mean it! The lights, the shows, the musicals, it's all here for you to enjoy! Here you will find the highest class of hotels in the world, gay friendly, these skyscrapers rise dozens upon dozens of stories above the earth to provide you with an amazing view of the city. You can’t walk for more than 20 minutes without coming upon a gay venue where you can fill your appetite for alcohol if you so please to do so. No matter where you go, or what direction you walk, there will always be lights and something for you to do. Aka “Sin City” Las Vegas is known has the party hotspot of the world, the absolute perfect Lesbian Gay Bi and Tran Sexual getaway! But always remember, “What Happens In Vegas, Stays In Vegas”!
If you’re coming from an area that is normally cold, you’ll be in for quite a surprise. Las Vegas is situated in the middle of desert, making it truly a HOT destination; however, you should remember that the winters here are definitely cold. During the summer months expect to find temperatures flying into the triple digits, so do not forget your sunscreen at home. In the winter months you can see the weather dip way down to a high of 50 degrees and a low of….cold!
If you arrive during the summer don’t forget to check out the exclusive new day-clubs that are hosted at almost all the major hotels. These day-clubs are a relatively new attraction in Las Vegas and provide a place for Gay men and women to party and enjoy themselves during the day-time. Here you’ll find plenty of gorgeous people in swimsuits, speedos, and bikinis.
You don’t have to drive in this city of lights as there are taxis on stand-by in the thousands, ready to take you where you need to go and fast. These taxi drivers know the back roads like the back of their hand, if you need to get somewhere simply let them know. You can find them parked in front of every single hotel in Vegas.
Finally, the nightlife in Vegas is one that no other city in the world can rival, it is truly crazy. You’ll find that tourists come from every part of the world to party for a few nights in Vegas and when they arrive they truly know how to party. Walk the strip during the nighttime and you are sure to find a variety of clubs to visit and gay bars to drink at. If you’re looking for late night snack, we recommend Earl of sandwich inside Planet Hollywood. A delicious sandwich that is fairly priced and open 24 hours a day, an absolute perfect way to wind down an adventurous night.
Some gay venues and gay bars you can check out. Try the Freezone, the Buffalo and the Gipsy, three very popular gay bars located in the “Fruit Loop” part of Las Vegas. You can ask any of your taxi cab drivers and they will know exactly where to take you to the gay oasis in Vegas. Whatever you do, you can rest assured that Las Vegas is a Gay's dream vacation city!
Vegas Uncork'D by Bon Appetit
The country’s leading culinary festival, Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit, presented by Chase Sapphire Preferred®, features an extraordinary lineup of star-studded chefs, sommeliers and mixologists from ARIA, Bellagio, Caesars Palace, MGM Grand and The Venetian, May 8-11. The four-day celebration offers rare access for food lovers to interact and rub shoulders with their favorite big-named chefs. This year’s program will be hosted by celebrity chefs Bobby Flay, Buddy Valastro, Daniel Boulud, Giada De Laurentiis, Joёl Robuchon, Julian Serrano, Guy Savoy, Mario Batali, Pierre Gagnaire, Masayoshi Takayama, Michael Mina, Nobu Matsuhisa, Royden Ellamar, Shawn McClain, Thomas Keller and more.
Tickets on sale today at VegasUncorked.com
“Four days in the Las Vegas sun celebrating 70 of the world’s best chefs, 20 of the most talented Master Sommeliers and 50 amazing events is my perfect weekend,” says Bon Appétit editor in chief Adam Rapoport. “Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit, entering its eighth year, is not to be missed.”
“Las Vegas continues to redefine the essence of epicurean excellence by offering the most comprehensive collection of distinguished chefs, Master Sommeliers and celebrated restaurants in the world,” said Cathy Tull, senior vice president of marketing for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. “This year we are thrilled to welcome additional resorts, chefs and unique, one-of-a-kind experiences to Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit, as it provides our guests with unparalleled access to legendary chefs and sommeliers in truly intimate settings, while showcasing Las Vegas as the culinary mecca it has become.”
Chase Sapphire Preferred, a premier rewards credit card for people who are passionate about travel and dining, is the presenting sponsor of this year’s Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appétit. Chase Sapphire cardholders will enjoy reserved tickets to coveted events and have exclusive access to interactive experiences with chefs, including an intimate meet-and-greet with Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and learn what it takes to create Japanese specialties.
New and notable this year:
Krug Chef’s Table at Master Series Dinner: Dinnertime Decadence with Guy Savoy, Thursday, May 8: Experience exclusive like never before and be one of six at the Chef’s table – the only portal into renowned chef Guy Savoy’s den at Caesars Palace. At the only Krug Chef’s Table in the U.S., guest will sip luxurious Krug Champagne and dine on a special menu prepared by the Michelin-starred chef himself.
The Night Market: East Meets West, Thursday, May 8: Join top chefs from The Venetian such as Mario Batali, Thomas Keller, Buddy Valastro and Justin Quek, as well as the outstanding chefs from Singapore's Marina Bay Sands as they bring the true night market experience to you with an array of Asian-inspired dishes and drinks.
Second Annual Chase Sapphire Preferred Grill Challenge, Thursday, May 8: Two Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts students will get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to compete with two world-class chefs, including Buddy Valastro, from the hit television series Cake Boss. The teams will battle it out during The Night Market at The Venetian for a $20,000 scholarship, courtesy of Chase Sapphire Preferred.
A Twist on Dinner: The Perfect Pairing of Shawn McClain and Pierre Gagnaire, Thursday, May 8: Join Mandarin Oriental’s Pierre Gagnaire, a Michelin three-star chef, and ARIA award-winning chef Shawn McClain as they put their signature fresh-flavor twists on a unique dinner featuring thought-provoking wine pairings.
Sushi & Sake with Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Friday, May 9: Culinary master and sushi connoisseur Nobu Matsuhisa shows lucky attendees how to roll sushi and sip the best of sakes at Caesars Palace. Discover his inventive "Nobu Style" that fuses classic sushi-making techniques with unexpected ingredients.
The Perfect Pairing: Art & Wine, Friday, May 9: Soak up fine works of art while sipping an array of wine in this high-culture pairing from Bellagio’s Master Sommelier and Wine Director Jason Smith and Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art Executive Director Tarissa Tiberti. Light bites from Picasso will be served.
Michael Mina’s Poolside Pig Roast & Beer Garden, Friday, May 9: Michael Mina hosts a full-on outdoor shindig complete with succulent whole roasted pig, barbecue favorites, and a bevy of ice-cold beers. Chill outside to the sound of upbeat live music and savor special dishes from Michael Mina's PUB 1842 at MGM Grand.
Legendary Lunch with Le Cirque, Saturday, May 10: Enjoy fabulous views of The Fountains of Bellagio during this extraordinary luncheon at AAA Five Diamond Award-winning restaurant Le Cirque. Executive Chef Paul Lee will create a spectacular four-course meal perfectly paired with wines hand selected by Flower’s Winery Master Sommelier Larry Stone.
Fire & Ice: A Flame-Grilled Feast Over Cool Cocktails, Saturday, May 10: Royden Ellamar, Executive Chef of Sensi at Bellagio, will heighten senses as he explores the ancient methods of cooking meat with live fire, ash and smoke while Master Mixologist Ricardo Murcia cools things down with creative cocktails incorporating ice and fire by the pool at Bellagio. Prime beef and game will get charred by white oak embers while a whole lamb roasts over pecan logs. Farmers' market vegetables will cook in the ashes of a smoldering fire pit and a bespoke ice smoking chamber will be filled with seafood and wisps of orange wood smoke.
Mother’s Day Weekend Brunch, Saturday, May 10: Brush elbows with all-star chefs including Shawn McClain and Masa Takayama at this chic day party at ARIA where guests will dine on a bountiful brunch paired with world-class wines.
Returning favorites include:
Grand Tasting, Friday, May 9: Enjoy a staggering variety of signature dishes prepared by the world's most celebrated chefs. The dramatic five-acre Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace will feature more than 50 award-winning chefs and more than 100 of the best wines and spirits from around the world. The after party will be held at the newly opened FIZZ Las Vegas where guests can indulge on the best of champagnes and mingle with celebrity chefs all while enjoying the colored photography from the private collection of the lounge’s creative director David Furnish and Sir Elton John.
When in France: A Joёl Robuchon Dinner, Saturday, May 10: Named France's Chef of the Century by the esteemed Gault Millau restaurant guide and the most starred chef in the world, Joël Robuchon hosts two private dinners with one-of-a-kind, six-course menu and wine pairing at his namesake MGM Grand restaurant for a night to be remembered.
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The Gay Scene in Las Vegas
One of the most popular gay areas of Las Vegas is affectionately known as “The Fruit Loop” where the hub of the gay scene is located.
Restaurants in Las Vegas
Some of the most popular gay-friendly restaurants are situated right here in Las Vegas, with world renowned chefs behind the kitchen every night.
Nightlife in Las Vegas
With a bars and clubs in every corner of each hotel, it’s no surprise that Sin City is known to be an adult play ground. Vegas has some of the hottest gay bars and trendiest gay clubs that keep going until the early hours of the morning.
Events in Las Vegas
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