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Clique Hospitality’s latest is the Still, an ultimate sports bar

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The Still feels like the biggest big-game party of all time.
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When nightlife and F&B veterans Andy Masi, Brian Massie and Shane Monaco teamed up to create Clique Hospitality, Las Vegas knew it was in for some fresh fun. We just didn’t know there would be so much, so fast.

In addition to its army of off-Strip restaurants such as Hearthstone at Red Rock Resort and the brand-new Bottiglia at Green Valley Ranch Resort, Clique opened its hip namesake cocktail lounge at the Cosmopolitan earlier this year and—just in time to become March Madness headquarters—the Still at the Mirage.

The Still is the perfect example of Clique’s capacity to deliver an exciting concept that feels familiar yet new. Dubbed “the ultimate man-cave,” the 8,000-square-foot hangout is awash in TV screens and comfy high-top tables,centered by a long concrete bar. Order upscale versions of bar-food favorites like mini cheeseburgers, fish and chips, lobster rolls and chili-cheese dogs from the refurbished Airsteam trailer to go along with signature hop-tails (creative beer cocktails) or work your way through a massive list of drafts, bottles and cans.

It’s the space that sets the Still apart; it feels like you teamed up with your college buddies to rent out a warehouse and throw the biggest big-game party of all time. Comfort appears to be the name of the game for Clique, which makes us that much more excited to see what these guys do next.

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