What's New At Night in Vegas
Eateries, clubs, a controversial hangover cure and even -- really! -- some culture.
Scorching summers can't stop Las Vegas' 24/7 party. But with no new hotels scheduled to open on the Strip until later this year -- when the first Nobu Hotel hits Caesars -- the city has shifted some of its focus to something for which it isn't often known: culture. Downtown's Art Deco-style Smith Center for the Performing Arts (361 Symphony Park Ave.) opened its doors in March with a gala featuring Jennifer Hudson; Steve Martin and his bluegrass band Steep Canyon Rangers are due to appear Aug. 22. And Sin City recently got its first legit museum about -- what else? -- illegitimate activity: The Mob Museum (300 Stewart Ave.) is located in the historic 1933 Post Office and Courthouse building.
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