Quick Tips for Business Travelers: Las Vegas
Las Vegas has no shortage of excellent restaurants and entertainment options for the millions of tourists that flock to the city each year. In honor of our Educe team traveling to Las Vegas for the HR:Technology Conference & Exhibition, we have selected a few of our favorite restaurants and activities in Sin City.
Food and Drink:
Farm to table cuisine
Located in the Aria Casino, Sage boosts an eclectic and seasonal menu with a strong wine list. It’s the perfect location for a date night or even a big group get-together.
If you’re looking for a stylish lounge off the Vegas strip, check out Commonwealth. They have live music, a rooftop bar, and a “secret” bar for members-only. The Laundry Room can only be reached via text message.
Casual fare that won’t break the bank
Le Pho is a fairly new Vietnamese restaurant located in Downtown Las Vegas. With reasonable prices and appetizing dishes, it will surely be a fan favorite for your group of friends or colleagues.
A wine lover’s dream
The Rio Wine Cellar and Tasting Room has one of the most extensive public wine collections in the country. With over 10,000+ bottles & 100+ varieties by the glass, you’re bound to find a wine for every palette.
No need to go to Brooklyn
With over 30+ bowling lanes and a live music stage, there is plenty of space at the new Brooklyn Bowl located next to Linq Hotel. They have great happy hour specials from 5pm – 7pm every Monday-Thursday.
Start your engines
Do you feel the need for speed? Take an exhilarating ride with Exotics Racing located on the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. You can choose from over 50 exotic cars including a Ferrari and Lamborghini.
Bury the hatchet
Axe Monkeys is Las Vegas’s only axe-throwing facility with 23 indoor lanes, perfect for large groups and celebrations. If you’re having a bad day, rage your troubles away in the smash therapy room.
Explore the Nevada desert
If you have time to venture outside of Las Vegas (and you want some good photo opps), take a tour of the Hoover Dam. Drop 524 feet into the Black Canyon or explore breathtaking views from the bypass bridge.
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