The House of Blues Foundation Room is located on the 43rd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino and offers what many consider the very best view of the Las Vegas Strip. But what is super cool about this hot spot is its dedication to supporting the education of children through music, art and history.
Just 45 minutes outside Las Vegas is a piece of history dating back well over 100 years. The folks at Eldorado Canyon Mine Tours discovered an old gold and silver mine entrance…and 16 years later, they’re showing people what it was like to work those mines. If that’s not enough to entice you, they’ll hook a canoe or kayak up to your vehicle and you can spend a relaxing day on the Colorado River at the mouth of Black Canyon.
Garfield’s Restaurant is known as the Crown Jewel of Restaurant Row on Lake Jacqueline at the Desert Shores community in Summerlin. This unique, lakeside restaurant has embraced the same “slow food movement” that has graced the vegetable garden at the White House…and we think that’s pretty cool.
This hidden gem is the pearl of Palace Station. The Oyster Bar is live action cooking in your face. In a city full of big casinos and big restaurants, the chefs and servers at this quaint 18 seat bar give you a friendly, personal touch you won’t find anywhere else on the strip.
Oyster Bar is first come first serve, and if the line is any indication, it is always worth the wait. This cross between San Francisco and New Orleans may just be the best kept secret in Las Vegas, but not for long…
Almost everybody has unwanted body hair, and when it comes to getting rid of it, Simplicity Laser Hair Removal is turning the cosmetic world upside down. They use the best lasers money can buy, and are adding hundreds of members every month. Best of all, every Simplicity Laser Hair Removal center is located inside a doctor’s office to insure the safest and most effective results.
There’s a small group of folks making a BIG impact in the Las Vegas community… one smile at a time. The volunteers of Toys for Smiles spend their days making toy cars and trucks out of donated scrap wood to distribute to kids in need all across the valley. And with a brand new wood shop, Toys for Smiles…which very much resembles Santa’s workshop…has big plans for the future…