Let me preface this “guide” by saying that the last time I was in Vegas, I just turned 21 and spent my days (and nights) rather differently. If you’re looking for a quintessential Hangover-style time, my suggestions would be more along the lines of beach clubs that blur into bodycon dresses at XS and $3.99 steak and eggs at 4am.
However, I’m definitely in another life phase right now haha. One that is more into what is below:
Wynn Hotel – we stayed at the Encore suites, which was fun and relaxing to lounge in. I recommend it if you want to be at the end of the Strip, removed from some of the craziness.
Left: Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak, and Stone Crab – get the stone crab (of course).
Right: Tableau – generous lobster salad with a side of fries, and Husband’s most decadent filet mignon blue crab eggs benedict (not pictured).
Yardbird – vodka iced tea, fried green tomato BLT with pork belly, and the fried chicken with cheddar waffle and spiced watermelon. My favorite meal in Vegas!
CUT – bone marrow flan for starters, then Husband had the ribeye while I had the American wagyu New York with sides of mushroom and shishito peppers.
Walked around our hotel, the Strip, the Forum Shops at Caesar’s, and the Grand Canal Shoppes in the Venetian.
Left: The House always wins… I “won” 5 cents! And lost the rest of my monies at the Michael Jackson slot machine lol.
Right: Soaking the gambling loss away with a cherry blossom bath bomb from Basin.
Left: Le Rêve – truly a dream of a show with acrobats, synchronized swimmers, dancers, and divers. (Though I think Cirque du Soleil’s O at Bellagio is still my favorite show.)
Right: All-you-can-drink in a 30-minute ride on the High Roller ferris wheel.
Airplane essentials: water, big tote, scarf to serve as a wrap, and a comfy tee and knit. Until next time, Vegas!