One of the best things about planning a trip to Las Vegas? Discovering all the amazing shows, restaurants, and experiences popping up all over Vegas- tailored just for your ultimate trip.


Here are the new places to look out for on your next Vegas adventure.


Block 16 Urban Eatery & Bar – Early this fall, The Cosmopolitan will open The Strip’s first made-to-order urban market with six stand-alone food and beverage outposts, all serving up something different. The menus are crafted by talented and beloved chefs across the country − perfect for those nights you want to try a bit of everything. 

Mariah Carey Residency The world-famous singer has returned The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Her new show, The Butterfly Returns, will run through September 10.


Stevie Wonder − Want to see one of the most celebrated artists of all time? Park Theater at Park MGM will be running a limited engagement called The Stevie Wonder Song Party: A Celebration of Life, Love and Music on August 3, 4, 8, 10 and 11.

Spago − The Wolfgang Puck restaurant opened 25 years ago, becoming a favorite of the city. Now it’s taking on a whole new home at the Bellagio. You’re guaranteed dinner and a show as the restaurant is situated in front of the fountains. The reimagined menu will feature Puck’s California fare with plenty of fresh seafood, all-natural meats and prime steaks, handcrafted cocktails and more.

Yoga with a View − Topgolf and TruFusion have joined forces and are offering a yoga class at 10 a.m., every other Sunday this summer. The class overlooks the Las Vegas Strip from the high floors of the golfing venue, letting you hit your warrior poses with an insane view.

Blue Moon Bar – Beer lovers, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is giving you something to celebrate. Blue Moon Bar will be located next to Zappos Theater, and will feature its flagship and seasonal beers.


Waldorf Astoria − Hilton’s iconic luxury brand hotel with be taking over the Mandarin Oriental starting August 2018. If you loved the peaceful atmosphere of the Mandarin, you’ll enjoy the spa retreats, helicopter rides and personal concierge services offered by the new hotel. 


Palace Station Upgrades − The original Las Vegas locals’ casino will be debuting four new restaurants this summer. You’ll find BBDs (beers, burgers and desserts); Boathouse Asian Eatery; Mumfresh Asian Eats; and Feast Buffet. All restaurants will be opening throughout the summer season.  


The Palms – The “new” Palms has officially been unveiled, and it’s worth seeing. The $620 million makeover included the opening of the bar Unknown, Scotch 80 Prime steakhouse, APEX Social Club, a modern redesign of the lobby, rooms, and exterior. The Palms isn’t done either- a phase two will be starting in spring 2019.