● Cheerful party vibe
● Day drinking
● Peaking too early
● Itís hot!
The new must-do thing in Vegas in day clubs. Itís Vegas excess at its finest (read: day drinking). GhostBar DayClub was like New Yearís Eve: confetti, neon-colored costumes and noise makers -- only it was noon. It took us
some getting used to a couple cocktails, but once we were in the mood, the party was on. Thereís something magical about having a party during the daytime. Maybe we just love the sunshine.
If youíre not keen on spending a weekend afternoon inside and if hotel pools are just too tame for you, head to a day club. Poolside or indoors, these parties get wild.
Some of our favorite day clubs: GhostBar DayClub at Palms, Marquee Day Club at The Cosmopolitan
● Vegas prime time
● Famous DJs
● Longest lines of any club
● Packed to max capacity
● Vibe easily ruined by d-bags and heel rats
Even if youíre not a club kid, you have to go to a Vegas nightclub, just to check it off your bucket list. With the right crowd, the right music and plenty of bottle service -- itís the type of night out people dream of. But, there are a lot of things that could ruin the entire vibe: long lines, a drink spilled on you (ugh, the worst!), bottle rats, or the occasional douchebag. All these mood killers are more likely to happen if you donít know the right people, or arenít a high roller.
Some of our favorite nightclubs: Hyde Bellagio, Marquee at The Cosmo, anything at the Wynn
Brunch Club Pros:
● Food, glorious food
● Cheerful party vibe
Brunch Club Cons:
● Things get really loud
Brunch clubs are this writerís absolute favorite! When thereís dancing, drinks, food and glow sticks, thereís nothing that could go wrong. Like a nightclub, you have to shell out some major cash ($500 and up) to get a table, but unlike nightclubs you donít get a bottle of cheap vodka -- you get some amazing food. This VegasChatteríer loved sitting at a table just a few feet away from the dance floor, surrounded by go-go dancers, while devouring Lavoís lemon ricotta waffles, oysters on the half shell, and spaghetti with Kobe meatballs. Not a bad way to spend a Saturday afternoon.
Some of our favorite brunch clubs: Lavo at Palazzo, Bagatelle at Tropicana