Tuesday, March 29, 2016 | 11:55 a.m.
Australian pop-soul quartet Human Nature previews its new show “Jukebox” to kick off a new three-year contract at the Venetian in advance of its formal April 21 premiere.
Beloved Las Vegas Weekly Confessions of a Showgirl columnist Maren Wade has joined the cast of “50 Shades! The Parody” at Bally’s to celebrate the musical’s first anniversary spoofing the Jamie Dornan-Dakota Johnson-starring hit S&M movie, which still has two whip-and-handcuff sequels to come.
Emmy Award winner Anthony Griffith is the headliner along with fellow standup comedians Gary Brightwell and Andy Ostroff at the Improv at Harrah’s through Sunday.
The new drinking-and-dining experience at The Still food truck inside the Mirage officially opens with a sneak peek at “Entourage” actor Adrian Grenier and business partner Justin Hawkins’ new pilsner beer Churchkey.
Aussie DJ duo and sisters Nervo are at Omnia in Caesars Palace.
Tag-team DJs Exile and Sucio duel over the wheels of steel at the Studio V party in Vanguard on Fremont Street.
And it’s Nickel Beer Night at Beauty Bar downtown.
Our preview of the secret-location White Dinner, the world’s ultimate outdoor picnic, coming to Las Vegas for more than 300 food fans all dressed in white seated at one long table.
Plus, exclusive news on a new hydroponics farm to be set up by celebrity chefs downtown to deliver an entirely new take on farm-to-table with daily fresh vegetables and eggs to our Strip restaurants.
Robin Leach of “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” fame has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past 15 years giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground.
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In the spirit of Venice, The Venetian is a little piece of romantic Italy right here in Las Vegas. The Venetian is an "all-suite" hotel, with rooms accented with plush linens and Italian marble. The 4,027 suites are divided into two towers: The 36-story Venetian Tower that offers guests a taste of luxurious Las Vegas and the Venezia suites, which guarantee 12 floors of high-end elegance. The top five floors are the hotel's highest level of luxury with its private access, concierge lounge, upgraded features and even a dedicated staff.
The flagship of Venetian nightlife is TAO, an ultra-hip nightclub located inside of TAO Asian Bistro. V Bar is The Venetian's super smooth ultra lounge, made by the owners of New York City's club Lotus and Los Angeles' super swank Sunset Room.
The Venetian features 19 restaurants including Thomas Keller's award-winning French restaurant Bouchon, Mario Batali's B&B Ristorante, Aquaknox for fresh seafood and the 42,000 square foot TAO Asian Bistro. There's also the food court inside the Canal Shoppes for those looking for a quick bite.
Guests can float along The Grand Canal Shops in an authentic Italian gondola ride and pass stores like Burberry and Kenneth Cole along the way. And if you haven't caught a real celeb, on the street in Vegas, you can head over to Madame Tussauds to check out a wax version.