Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010 | 12:05 a.m.
Part of an entrepreneurial family that includes her brothers Joe, Gavin, George Jr. and Phil, Adrienne Maloof-Nassif has stepped into the national spotlight with a role on Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" — although she hardly can be considered just a housewife.
With her brothers, Maloof-Nassif co-owns Maloof Companies, whose holdings include the NBA's Sacramento Kings and Palms Casino Resort. She shared her Sin City favorites with "Las Vegas Magazine."
Simon Brunch: He's (Kerry Simon) a fantastic chef, and he's very creative. The people come relaxed from the night before and are ready for a great meal and a little R&R, too.
Drift Spa & Hammam: It's very peaceful, very calming. The people that work there are fabulous. The woman that does my facials most of the time, she's just absolutely incredible. I usually get the microdermabrasion or the hydrogen facial.
BounceU and Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix: I have three little boys, so for me, Vegas is wonderful because there are so many things for kids to do as well. People don't realize that, but there are.
The Forum Shops at Caesars: I usually go to Versace, and I like Armani. I like just kind of walking there, having lunch and enjoying the atmosphere.
Nove Italiano and N9NE Steakhouse: Nove is fabulous and Chef Geno is incredible. Chef Barry is fantastic, and what a gem of a guy. He always does the crab cocktail for me. It's spectacular. So fresh, and his presentation is incredible.
Hardwood Suite at the Palms: My kids like to play basketball in there, and it's a great workout for me.
— Originally published in Las Vegas Magazine