The biggest news of the week (for now) is the announcement that CES 2021 will be held virtually, removing the biggest week of the year off the calendar. Scheduled for January 6th, the typical 180,000+ attendees will no longer be taking over Vegas in one of the least busy times of the year.
Within that new way of doing things, Las Vegas has reopened, and part of that includes the infamous buffets. Having recently visited Las Vegas, we were privileged enough to have dinner at one of the best buffets on the strip, located at Wynn.
The second of the big three Vegas strip buffets are back, this time Wicked Spoon. The buffet at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is back with a twist. Rather than a sit down experience like the Wynn, Wicked Spoon will have six food stations that you will walk up to and be handed the dish.
Typically, Vegas parties rage at a 10. It’s one of the premier party destinations in the world with world class music and acts playing seemingly every night. But like many things, COVID-19 did the impossible and turned the music off at every Vegas dayclub and nightclub for over 3-months.
It’s happening. The rumors are true, Circa will move up their opening date 2 months and start accepting booking for October. If that’s not good enough news, the biggest news might just be it will be the first 21+ resort in Vegas.
Vegas is back! And those words are so exciting to type. We just got back from a 4-night stay at the Bellagio (Sunday – Thursday) and similar to visiting a loved one after an illness, you are excited to see them doing better, but you know that they are still not quite right.
You won’t have trouble finding a drink in Vegas in 2020, but paying for them can be another thing entirely. We’ve put together a guide to ensure that you can drink in Vegas without breaking the bank. These are our top deals for open bars and cheap drinks throughout Vegas.