This summer has been absolutely brutal in Vegas—even worse than our usual nuclear apocalypse heat.
With 294 days of sunshine a year, Las Vegas is uniquely poised to offer comfortable al fresco dining options year-round.
Sin City is home to a lot of restaurants and bars, but there are tons of hidden gems that the majority of Las Vegans aren’t unearthing.
Behind the wide stretch of modern casinos and celebrity-endorsed kitchens sits Downtown Las Vegas – the city’s “old town”, if you will – which offers a slice of Sin City that’s both infectiously familiar and wildly different; that parties just as hard, but maintains a strong and unique sense of identity.
During his stop at The Real World Suite at the Gold Spike in downtown Las Vegas, Andrew McMahon (along with bandmate Zac Clark) talked about the cultural significance of Real World castmate Puck, what he likes to do in Las Vegas, how he balances the music and personal life as well as when we’ll hear new music.