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Where to Enjoy the Warming Weather in Las Vegas this Spring

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Cabo Wabo Patio by Anthony Mair

Cabo Wabo Cantina, located inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, is situated phenomenally for people-watching and stunning views of the iconic Bellagio Musical Fountains. The rockin’ cantina is the ideal place to enjoy everything Las Vegas is known for, including beautiful weather, fantastic food, bustling energy, and endless fun and entertainment. Bask in the Las Vegas sun with one of Cabo Wabo’s signature cocktails, like the Can’t Drive 55, crafted with Cabo Wabo Blanco Tequila, Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum, vodka, gin, and lime, orange pineapple, and cranberry juices, and topped with Disaronno Amaretto. Cabo Wabo’s enticing menu, filled with coastal Mexican flavors, will transport you to the beaches of Cabo. From freshly baked croissant French toast to short rib enchiladas, be prepared for a mouthwatering combination of delectable food and delicious drinks. 

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Eight Lounge, a luxe cigar bar in Resorts World Las Vegas, offers a 2,200-square-foot terrace with a stunning view of the Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail, like the Summer in the City, made with Botanist gin, strawberry, pineapple, and coconut, made by one of their trained mixologists who are well-versed in flavor profiles to pair your spirits with one of their 150 premium brands of cigars. Socialize and surround yourself with good company near the fireplace and cozy couches, or venture out to the terrace and catch a sports game on one of the multiple HD TVs. With lush trees that surround the area, making it a cozy, stylish environment for socializing, Eight Lounge is one of the premier destinations in Las Vegas where you can gather with friends over exceptional cigars and spirits.

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Park on Fremont brings lively music, craft cocktails, and surreal art together as a whimsical restaurant and bar, resembling a secret garden tucked away in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas. The 2,200-foot garden patio, with softly lit LED lights strung amongst the foliage, paints the ideal verdant scenery for a community dining experience under the stars. Park on Fremont’s refreshed menu, created by Executive Chef Daniel Arias, also at the helm of Peyote, focuses on elevated hamburgers, sought-after craft beers, and imaginative cocktails reminiscent of spring picnics.  

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A desert botanical oasis awaits at Peyote in Ferguson’s Downtown Motel. Surrounded by succulents and an art installation of LED string lights hanging overhead, Latin American-inspired brunch, happy hour, and dinner can be enjoyed on the retro open-air patio. The charming location features live-fire elements – an open grill and a communal fire pit surrounded by seats and couches to lounge. Day or night, Peyote’s desert charm and laid-back ambiance frame the boutique restaurant and bar’s spacious patio.

A 7-foot pink neon monkey clinging to the restaurant and bar’s exterior captures the eclectic energy of La Mona Rosa. Located in Fremont East’s Entertainment District at 100 S. Sixth St, La Mona Rosa serves a blend of traditional and new cuisines to create a progressive Mexican menu full of robust flavor authentic to the region. A streetside patio, an indoor/outdoor dining room, and a bar provide several seating options and places to enjoy the vibrant downtown atmosphere. Brunch offers a fun and flavorful experience with oversized plates, including papas con chorizo, pork chorizo with fingerling potatoes, sunny side eggs, pinto-refried beans, and salsa molcajete. Pair your meal with refreshing libations, like the Oaxaca old-fashioned made with mezcal, tequila repost, agave, angostura, and orange bitters that will surely make for a good time. 

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Founded in Los Angeles, General Admission brings chef-driven cuisine and craft cocktails to Southwest Las Vegas at UnCommons. Each seat in the high-energy house provides a prime view of any game, with a 1,950 sq. ft. outdoor patio with multiple TVs. Made fresh in-house daily, signature dishes include Tokyo Street tots, crispy tater tots, Japanese-style sauces, scallions, nori, togarashi, and sesame seeds. General Admission offers fresh, made-to-order sushi rolls, such as the Godzilla crunch roll, spicy tuna, salmon, avocado topped with Serrano Chiles, wasabi, and pickled ginger. The modern yet elevated bar classics take the sports lounge experience to the next level.

Photo by Jeff Green

AMARI Italian Kitchen & Wine Shop, the new neighborhood eatery at UnCommons, offers a spacious patio with a picturesque view of the mixed-use community’s lively quad area. Visitors can meet friends or family for happy hour or dinner in the energetic bar, lounge, and spacious patio. AMARI’s happy hour features a combination of light dishes and refreshing beverages, while the dinner menu is full of seasonal selections like pappardelle with roasted mushroom, taleggio cream golden yolk and Parmigiano; short rib served with crispy potatoes, carrots, taleggio, and salsa verde; and their fan-favorite house-made focaccia featuring garlic miso, basil pesto, Calabrian honey, and whipped ricotta dipping sauces.  

Photo by Jeff Green

La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway, located at Wynn Las Vegas, is an ideal destination for spring dining with an intimate lounge, dining room, and indoor/outdoor garden room and terrace. The open-air design brings the outdoors inside with views of Wynn’s lush gardens and pool and a floor-to-ceiling ‘living wall’ filled with colorful succulents. An intimate dining room is framed along one side with a second bar and a third room; a bright garden dining room with an indoor-outdoor patio offers picturesque views of Wynn’s lush pool area as well as a view of the Las Vegas Strip’s newest attraction, The Sphere. In addition to the ambiance, guests can enjoy small plates inspired by global flavors, such as beef carpaccio, beef filet crostini, charred octopus, and salmon sashimi. 

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Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca, located within Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa and Casino in Henderson, serves sophisticated Tuscan-style fare in a bright and lively setting, The menu is bountiful with antipasti, salads, fresh fish, and specialty pasta dishes complemented with wines from all around the world. Bottiglia’s expansive outdoor patio offers plenty of space for relaxing and socializing during weekend brunch, happy hour, or dinner. Bottiglia’s patio also features a fire pit for groups to gather around to keep the night going after the sun sets.

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Mijo Modern Mexican Restaurant, Clique Hospitality’s immersive new Mexican restaurant at the recently opened Durango Casino & Resort, showcases the diverse, tantalizing flavors of coastal Mexico presented through an unconventional lens. Mijo’s cuisine is highlighted by sizzling fajitas, prime meats, grilled whole fish, to-die-for ceviche, and weekend bottomless brunch, including bottomless mimosas, Aperol spritz, and micheladas, each priced at $24 with a two-hour limit. Mijo also features fragrant and flavorful cocktails made with hard-to-find spirits that complement the cuisine. All can be enjoyed on Mijo’s stunning patio, surrounded by lush foliage, and the outdoor space feels secluded. 

Photo by Clint Jenkins

Bel-Aire BackyardClique Hospitality’s much-anticipated new poolside masterpiece at Durango Casino & Resort, is a chic escape nestled among an enchanting landscape of towering palm trees and lush greenery. The luxurious poolside oasis also contains Backyard Grill, a poolside restaurant and bar, with a menu that boasts an expansive selection of upscale eats, including breakfast bites, sashimi and sushi rolls, flatbreads, and burgers, along with an array of tantalizing cocktails, and more. 

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