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Hard Rock Hotel  4455 Paradise Rd.  Tel:702.693.5000
The newest and coolest place to be on a weekend night, straight from
L.A., this quasi-underground club caters to those young cool people that
know their $@%* don't stink!  They don't mess around here! It's everything
L.A., gals, guys, drinks, cover! $10-20; THURS-SAT; Hip-Hop, House, and Techno.

The Venetian 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. South Tel: 702.414.1000 - Toll Free: 888.283.6423
We'll see how this high-tech, high energy new edition to the club and live venue arena performs under the pressure of the other clubs and venues in town.  The club boasts VIP rooms, cigar and O2 Bar, sky boxes, plasma monitors, and video cubes. Cover $10-20; SAT & SUN.

Aladdin  3660 Las Vegas Blvd. South  Tel: 702.785.5525
Newest Club and almost too elegant to be classified as a night club Bottle service is available and is the latest trend in night life. House, Hip Hop, Latin, Progressive Dance. Cover. $20; FRI-SAT.

Club Rio
Rio Suite  3700 W Flamingo  Tel: 702.252.7727
Longest running club in town to date, Club Rio features a huge smoke-filled and laser-beamed dance floor, video walls, pop dance tunes, and plenty of sweating bodies.  You'll often run into a TV star or professional athlete.  Have the ladies buy the drinks--men have to pay  more both at the bar and the door.  Strict dress code enforced. Cover.

Drai's After Hours
Barbary Coast 3595 Las Vegas Blvd South Tel: 702.737.0555
Starting at 3am this gourmet restaurant becomes a fashionable place to chill and knock your knees to progressive house and trance after a few hours at one of the other more suitable places to dance in Vegas.  The dance floor here is small, and the wait to get in is extraordinarily long. $10 Cover and up depending on the crowd.

4371 W. Charleston Ave. Tel:702.385.3539
Go-Go Boys.  Need we say anything else?!  Okay, "Pure Flex Appeal"

4605 Paradise Rd  Tel: 702.731.5171
One of the more popular alternative spots.  Primarily a gay club, but everyone is welcome.  Not for the faint of heart or the closed-minded.

The Frontier 3120 Las Vegas Blvd South Tel: 702.794.8200
Mechanical bull, Line Dance lessons for singles and couples.  This is the place for country here folks!

Mandalay Bay Hotel  3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.  Tel:702.632.7777
After 11pm, this music venue transforms into what some say could be home to sub-let central.  The venue rents the space out to "production" companies that may or may not live up to their reputation.  They offer up pop nights, techno nights, and glo-stick nights.

Bellagio Las Vegas  3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Tel:702.693.8300
This elegant club touts itself with exclusivity.  Need we say more?
THURS-SUN. 10:30pm $20.

Luxor  3900 Las Vegas Blvd. South  Tel: 702.262.4400
Self proclaiming themselves as the "Hottest Club in Town", Ra arrives complete with a state-of-the-art light and sound system, cage dancing contests, a strict dress code, and a sushi bar courtesy of Hamada of Japan. Cover.  $10-20; WED-SAT.

The Palms Hotel  Flamingo Road  Tel:702.893.3388
Lines, Lines and more lines.  We're not sure what all the fuss is about, but it seems to be the place where all the young beauties convene.  Sky Boxes for the perfect view. Cover.

Mandalay Bay Hotel  3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.  Tel:702.632.7777
This club complete with waterfalling walls is just one of the attractions that make this club unique, next to the many human attractions.  However, always a miss at this club due to the longest line in town or the lack thereof .  The crowd stays for about 2 hours, then heads over to the Dragon or HOB.  It's like clockwork. $10-20.

Paris Las Vegas 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South  Tel: 702.967.4729
Maybe more of a lounge than a club, but these days that differential is becoming ever so fuzzy.  2 rooms featuring varying degrees of house music, private balconies overlooking the strip and the Bellagio Fountains, Bottle Service tables, and a dessert bar all line the walls of the newest club in Las Vegas. Cover. $10-20; WED-SUN.

Studio 54
MGM Grand  3799 Las Vegas Blvd. South  Tel: 702.891.7052
Named after the former controversial New York City hotspot that  saw its heydey in the late 70's and early 80's.  The similarity ends  there--this place caters to the hotel guest baby-boomers between 10pm and 12am and the DJ spins contemporary dance and pop mixes.  After midnight  the music changes along with the younger more hip crowd of mostly  tourists except on Tuesdays where it's Eden night—err local night.  Strict dress code with a very discriminating door staff.  If you can get in, the rest of the staff is friendly except for a couple Prima Dona bartenders who seemed to have watched the movie "Studio 54" one too many times. Cover. $10-20; TUES-SAT.

The Beach
Paradise Rd  Tel: 702.731.1925
Plenty of visitors pack this fun, ocean-inspired club.  Dancing bartenders and wait staff show plenty of flesh.  Drinks are $4.50 and up, Cover.

The Hop
1650 E Tropicana  Tel: 702.310.5060
The only nightclub in town where the single boomers can get back in the dating game.  It's an early crowd, and you'll miss the action if you arrive after 10:30pm.  On the weekends it's after hours here with deep house and  techno starting at 4am. Cover. $10-20.

3765 Las Vegas Blvd. South  Tel: 702.593.5935
One of Vegas' first attempts at an urban-style nightclub, this recently  renovated Strip location houses three different rooms alternating between  industrial, acid jazz, techno, rave, house, and tribal.  Also features a steady supply of out-of-town, high-profile DJs to mix it up.  Cover. $20; WED-SAT.

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