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Vegas - 2016 - Issue 2 - Late Spring - Dita Von Tesse

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Charity register tiger jam Tiger Woods's annual philanthropic weekend returns, bringing with it a variety of VIP activities hosted by Woods himself. Highlights: a celebrity poker tournament, concerts, and two days of play at the ultra-exclusive, Tom Fazio-designed Shadow Creek golf course, all in support of the Tiger Woods Foundation's goal of providing kids with scholarships and other educational opportunities. When: Friday & Saturday, April 29 & 30 Where: MGM Grand Contact: las vegas heart ball The American Heart Association of Las Vegas's Heart Ball raises funds for the organization's life-saving research programs, and this year, proceeds go toward new initiatives focused on pediatric stroke research. Arrive early for a cocktail reception and silent auction followed by dinner and dancing. When: Saturday, April 23, at 5:30 pm Where: Four Seasons Las Vegas Contact: artlive This year's Artlive event benefits two Vegas-based organizations—the Las Vegas Fashion Council and the Las Vegas Arts District. Artists and collectives have kicked off the festivities by designing 10 of the event's signature mannequins; a silent auction, fashion show, and art presentation round out the evening. When: Thursday, May 12, at 5:30 pm Where: The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Contact: PhotograPhy by DonalD Miralle/getty iMages (wooDs) lounge on the ground floor of Downtown's Juhl building celebrates the glamour of midcentury Vegas. 353 E. Bonneville Ave., 702-722- 6750; CliQUe Cosmopolitan's newest avant-garde lounge concept raises the stakes with artisanal cocktails and an intimate tableside mixology program. Cosmopolitan, 702-698-7939; COmmONWealth This multilevel cocktail bar— don't miss the rooftop patio —offers a stellar menu of speakeasy-style libations. 525 E. Fremont St., 702-445- 6400; DOWNtOWN COCKtail rOOm Widely regarded as the city's hub of creative mixology, this swank lounge releases a brand-new menu with the change of season. 111 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702-880-3696; FiZZ David Furnish and Elton John's two-story Champagne bar is an exquisite blend of '70s-style bronze accents and faux-fur prints. Caesars Palace, 702-776-3200; FraNKie's tiKi rOOm Authentic tiki drinks in a retro-style space accented by hand-carved furnishings, vintage posters, and an exotica soundtrack. 1712 W. Charleston Blvd., 702-385- 3110; FraNKliN Rich dark woods and black leather lend an air of mystique to Delano's stylish craft-cocktail lounge. Delano Las Vegas, 702-632-7888; veraNDa Vegas's ultimate brunch hot spot also boasts an afternoon tea, an intimate lounge, and a lush pool-facing patio. Four Seasons, 702-632-5121; YarDbirD This Miami transplant is known for its experimental cocktails, Southern-style finger foods, and delightfully addictive fried chicken. Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian and Palazzo, 702-297-6541; DRINKS atOmiC liQUOrs Originally opened in 1952, the oldest freestanding bar in Las Vegas offers locally brewed beers and a range of atomic-themed cocktails. 917 Fremont St., 702-982- 3000; b OUND Mixology pro Salvatore Calabrese pays his respects to iconic cocktails of the past inside this ultra-posh lounge. The Cromwell, 702- 777-3777; CeNter bar A legend in its own right for 20 years and counting, Hard Rock's celeb-favorite Center Bar is back and better than ever after undergoing a full-scale renovation. Party on. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 702-693-5000; the Cha NDelier At this unforgettable trilevel hot spot shrouded in crystals, each floor maintains its own distinctly cool theme. Cosmopolitan, 702-698-7979; ClassiC jeWel This sophisticated cocktail the gOlDeN tiKi Located in Chinatown, the newer of Vegas's two tiki bars features tropical drinks, talking tiki statues, and a giant conch shell.3939 Spring Mountain Road, 702-222- 3196; herbs & rYe Head off the Strip for this romantic bar whose drinks reflect a timeline that begins in the 1700s and ends with the present-day cocktail revival. 3713 W. Sahara Ave., 702-982-8036; maNDariN bar Take in the sights at this under-the-radar hangout on the 23rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental, which showcases a selection of tea-based cocktails. Mandarin Oriental, 888-881- 9367; OaK & ivY A highlight of Downtown's Container Park, this bar is dedicated to craft whiskey. 707 Fremont St., 702-945- 6717; ParasOl UP/ ParasOl DOWN With colorful fabrics and hanging lanterns, this two-level lounge overlooks Wynn's picturesque Lake of Dreams. Wynn Las Vegas, 702- 770-3392; PetrOssiaN bar Bellagio's ground-floor piano bar is known as much for its afternoon tea service as it is for its fine vodkas and caviars. Bellagio, 702-693- 6163; rOse. rabbit. lie. This decadent, theatrical social club blends aspects of a restaurant, lounge, and live-entertainment venue. Cosmopolitan, 702-698-7440; SCENE THE GUIDE 60

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