This is biggest bar for community karaoke action in Louisiana, and easily a top 10 contender for the best in the country. What makes this spot special is the frequent showings of special guests, high profile celebs, musicians, who sing alongside with the locals and amateur singers like it’s just another night.
Located at the MGM Grand, this is not your dad’s disco, this five story dance club has plenty of vibes and layers of fun for nearly any demographic. A lounge to chill, a dance floor to twist and shout, and plenty of liqueur on tap. There is even a five-star restaurant to tide you over if you get in the mood for some quality Cantonese dishes.
If you want to feel like you’re on top of the world, the Le Bain is exclusively for you, if you can slip inside. You’ll get the best view of NYC while you frolic with good-looking people inside hot tubs that are featured in the middle of the dance floor. Make sure you get there before the doors open, you don’t want to lose your opportunity to some so-called celebrity who got to skip the line.
The best lights and the craziest sounds come from the infamous Primary bar and night club. This venue separates itself from all of the competition, not just in scale, but also the overall vibe and direction that the owners have chosen to take. The music is a refreshing break from typical rave, EDM, and dubstep playlists, and the whole club is built around the underground vibe from past iterations.
Vegas may be known as the city of sin, but Miami is no stranger of grown-up entertainment and mature venues to socialize with like-minded adults. The “11” is one of those places. They combine the 24hr day/night club, with all the trappings, as well as their own in-house strip club.
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