Incidental Tourist

Beer Park has picnic tables, chilled-out rooftop views of Bellagio’s fountains and Bavarian-style sausages. Easy fun.

More and more, you can treat the Boulevard like your backyard

May 25th, 2016

Beer Park has picnic tables, chilled-out rooftop views of Bellagio’s fountains and Bavarian-style sausages. Easy fun.

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  • Encore Player’s Club is more about updating the casino-floor model than specifically targeting Generation Y.

  • CityCenter isn’t really a thing anymore. It’s all about Aria.

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  • If you’ve spent any time inside the D or the Golden Gate, it’s easy to see why this deal should be great for Fremont Street.

  • The water comes to life like never before.

  • “Keep The Party Going!” it screams at you, as if Vegas needs help in that department

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