Four New Things To Try from the Editors of Where Las Vegas
New shows, cocktails and restaurants make Las Vegas one of the most dynamic cities in the world.
Tenors of Rock Five burly British men, a full band and dancers give songs from Aerosmith, Queen, AC/DC and Bon Jovi a new spin when “The Tenors of Rock” perform in Harrah’s Showroom with their own residency at Harrah’s.
HARRAH’S SHOWROOM: Harrah’s, 702.777.2782 TIME: Wednesday through Sunday at 8 pm PRICE: Tickets start at $35
Raiding the Rock Vault Members of some of the greatest rock bands get together to jam to classic anthems from The Rolling Stones, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, U2, Van Halen, AC/ DC and more. “Raiding the Rock Vault” brings a rotating roster of performers, so every week it’s a different show.
VINYL: Hard Rock Hotel, 702.693.5222 TIME: Saturday through Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. PRICE: Tickets start at $69
The Dorsey Get a shot of penicillin at The Dorsey. The New York Times calls this smokey-sweet combination of scotch, ginger, lemon, honey and an Islay float one of the “11 essential drinks of the modern cocktail revival.” Sam Ross of Attaboy and Milk & Honey fame created the cocktail menu.
VENETIAN: 702.414.1000 TIME: Open from 2 pm to 4 am daily
Morimoto At long last, “Iron Chef America” star Masaharu Morimoto has his very first restaurant in Las Vegas replete with a sushi bar and the chef’s first- ever teppan tables. Find Morimoto stained glass rolls with tamago and tuna and Duck Duck Goose with duck meatball soup, duck confit fried rice and gooseberry compote. Dare to try the Wagyu Manhattan that uses wagyu-infused Japanese whisky with walnut liqueur, walnut bitters and a slice of burnt orange peel.
MGM GRAND: 702.891.3001 TIME: Open nightly from 5 to 10 pm and until 10:30 pm on Friday and Saturday