One of the best things about planning a trip to Las Vegas? You get to plan (or just discover) all the amazing shows, experiences and restaurants popping up every season.
Here are the new places to look out for on your next Vegas adventure.
REVIV IV Wellness Spa − The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will open the wellness provider of signature IV therapies and booster shots during early spring 2018. This will be the third Las Vegas location to offer a variety of treatments to help with dehydration, inflammation and vitamin deficiencies (all common symptoms after a fun Vegas weekend).
Scotch 80 Prime − Into rare finds? This new steak house will open in May at The Palms and feature a $3 million collection of whisky on the menu, including a Macallan Fine & Rare 1937 Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
Apex Social Club − The former space of Ghostbar will be reopened as a new boutique nightclub, Apex Social Club, with rooftop views of the city and an 8,000-square-foot club.
Flower Child − Located in Rampart Commons, this feel-good restaurant features a menu that highlights the needs of vegetarians, vegans and gluten-free eaters.
South Point renovations − The casino and spa just unveiled a $40 million remodel plan that will upgrade 2,049 rooms and 84 suites. The first phase will begin this April with 100 rooms ready for renovation beginning May 2018.
Comedy Cellar − The Greenwich Village iconic underground comedy club is coming to Las Vegas. Its first West Coast location will mirror the East Coast site’s interior. Get ready to laugh with shows beginning on April 5.
Tape Face residency − The America’s Got Talent alum announced a multiyear residency with Harrah’s Las Vegas. The New Zealand resident will perform in his very own crafted space, House of Tape, Tuesday through Sunday evenings.
The Drew Las Vegas − Marriott International and Witkoff just announced that they will be working on a new resort and casino, featuring nearly 4,000 rooms, as well as new convention space.
Bomb Tacos − The Spring Valley joint is making its way to the corner of Carson Avenue, taking over the Two Bald Brothers restaurant.