ON A HOT, dry night last summer, a crowd was waiting outside Piranha, a popular Las Vegas club that features an aquarium filled with flesh-eating fish. Sure, it seemed a little too good to be true. By the time the doors opened, Spears fans packed the 1,capacity venue which has also hosted for-mer teen idol Tiffany, and more recently, YouTube sen-sation Chris Crockerto await the fallen diva.
I passed by a group of people speaking Spanish in the street while they were handing out cards advertising "escorts. My card was from April. In Spanish, I asked the man who handed me a card how long he had to stand out there.
By Andrew Collins. New York City's East Village the eastern reaches of Greenwich Village has become Manhattan's go-to among artsy queers, hipster gays and lesbians, students from nearby NYU, and other urban adventurers seeking out affordable yet sophisticated dining and shopping, unpredictable and unabashedly sexy gay nightlife, and a contrast to Chelsea and the West Village. Here's a look at some favorite gay haunts in the East Village, which lies east of 1st Avenue between Houston and E.
It is easily identified by the unique neon lighting and modern feel and the large digital signage with the PH Planet Hollywood logo. The whole thing has a very high-tech modern and exciting feel. Planet Hollywood caters to a younger party crowd. It is an absolute ideal location for party goers, those on Spring Break, the 20 to 30 somethings here for the summer or a weekend and who like to stay up all night partying than get up the next day for some fun at the pool or to do a little gambling without missing a step.
Planet Hollywood is owned by Caesars Entertainment Corp. Planet Hollywood has hip and modern architecture fitted to its Hollywood theme. It features a three-acre casino floor full of traditional gambling machines like slots, table games and The Playing Field Race and Sports Book.
America's city of lights has long had a well-deserved reputation for its over-the-top heterosexuality. But the love that dare not speak its name has remained mostly hidden in plain sight amid the glitz and glamour that put Vegas on the map. But despite its low profile gay community, Las Vegas has long been a favorite destination for gay travelers.
Krave is real good. Just go. We went to Free ZonePirahana spand Gipsy, and were really sad at all those places.
You might be surprised to discover that the Las Vegas gay scene feels a little less "city" and a little more "small town" than the rest of Las Vegas. Despite this feeling, there are plenty of entertaining gay bars for people to explore. The gay entertainment scene revolves around bars, though there are gay oriented clubs and shows as well. The new Krave club is the first gay club on the Las Vegas Strip and it deserves a look.
If you have reached this page it most likely means that the thing you were looking for - the attraction, restaurant, show, nightclub, or whatever - has closed. Below is a list of places in Las Vegas that Vegas4Visitors. Closed June,