Las Vegas

Clubs in Vegas: FAQ and Do's & Don'ts

Filed Under: Las Vegas
Get the skinny on hitting the clubs.

 

Don't club hop on weekends or holidays, unless you're willing to wait in long lines.
Vegas gets incredibly busy on the weekends and holidays, which means long lines -- at least an hour-long wait -- at the city's nightclubs

 

Don't waste time going from club to club; each location will be packed, and you'll end up spending a good chunk of your evening standing in line. What clubs are the best in Vegas? According to "Las Vegas Food and Beverage" magazine, the top four night clubs in Sin City are Pure, Tryst, Tao and Jet Las Vegas.

 

Don't forget there's a dress code for nightclubs.
Clubs in Las Vegas have the same dress code policy as most clubs in other major cities -- no shorts, no T-shirts and no flip-flops.

 

Do bring girls.
For all the men out there ... increase your chances of getting into a packed club -- bring a few lovely ladies.

 

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