Las Vegas' Late Night Clubs
Take a look at some of the best Vegas has to offer.
By: Lark Ellen Gould
Las Vegas can be one wild ride, especially if you step into the chaos of the city’s frenetic nightclub life. Walk the Strip any night around 10 p.m. and watch the sidewalk undulate in a steady snake of roving partiers: girls dressed (or undressed) in tight black strapless sheaths and guys clumped in packs, beers in hand, enacting some group-think entourage fantasy. They roam club to club often aided by pricey VIP servicers, who deliver them in limos and help them proceed safely through the velvet ropes. Once inside, everything seems on the table, from Pussycat Doll-style dancers to $1,500 bottles of Dom Perignon.
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