1. Go to Dick’s Last Resort
Dick’s is a commonly seen spot on social media, especially TikTok. This restaurant-bar is the place where the waiters are intentionally mean to the customers, and they put paper hats on your heads that say something, typically inappropriate. For example, they put a hat that said “$2 handjobs” on Katelynn’s head. It’s definitely a good spot to hit!
2. Go to Paris Las Vegas on the strip.
The Paris Las Vegas is a replica of the Eiffel Tower turned into a hotel casino. When you walk in, the ceilings are painted and designed to look like the sky with clouds, and you can see the legs of the Eiffel Tower go up through the roof, which further helped sell that you were “outside” while not actually being outside.
3. Hit the Wicked Spoon Buffet at The Cosmopolitan.
The Wicked Spoon is this amazing buffet on the strip at The Cosmopolitan Casino/Hotel. You pay $45 per person and can eat as much as you want. They have another option for $69 where you can get bottomless beverages, but my suggestion would definitely be to get the food package, since you’re really there to have bottomless food rather than beverages (those just take up space in your belly!) Some of the things that were there to eat were a bread bar, loaded mashed potato bar, desserts, gelato, carving station, salads, sushi bar, fried chicken, seafood, and so many other things. One of the top things that people go there for is their crab leg section. You can eat all of the crab legs that you want!
4. Ride the High Roller.
The High Roller is a huge ferris wheel on the Strip. It’s $60 for the “happy half hour” where you ride it for 30 minutes and get drinks the entire time. We had an amazing bartender that was fast, poured heavy, and knew the answer to all the questions you could have. There are seats on there too, so if you’re feeling a little anxious, just take a seat and a drink and relax! Don’t look down!
5. See the Caesars Palace Forum Shops
This one of my favorite parts of our trip to Vegas. You walk through these gorgeous doors with huge columns and statues everywhere. There’s luxury shopping stores throughout the entire thing, and it’s gorgeous to just walk through the hallways with clouds and skies painted on the ceiling.
6. Walk Fremont Street.
Walk down Fremont Street and hit the casinos or just walk the streets and see people performing and doing cool tricks in the circle spots. Food and drinks are cheaper, doesn’t feel so intense as the strip, etc.
7. Play bingo at The Plaza.
I am a huge bingo fan, and bingo at the Plaza was super fun. It’s nice to sit down and take a break and relax while still having the chance to win money.