Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Las Vegas

Tabù
Meld Jeffrey Beers' architectural expertise with the special-effects artistry of Roger Parent, former art director for Cirque du Soleil, and the result is a mind-blowing club with an interior that shifts and changes throughout the night.
Burger Bar
Few know about this gem hiding within the shopping hall called Mandalay Place between the Mandalay Bay and the Luxor.
Mr. Lucky’s 24/7
Mr. Lucky's is the coolest 24-hour coffee shop in town-with comfort food and rock 'n' roll style, and little in the way of pomp and circumstance.
The Buffet
Not all buffets are created equal. Like everything done by Steve Wynn, this one - simply named The Buffet - rises above the competition in terms of both setting and food.
Sushi Roku
If the Palms or Hard Rock seem too far off the Strip to go to party with hipsters, try Sushi Roku.
Sushi Samba
Despite its location amid ritzy shops on the second floor of Palazzo, this fusion restaurant - the sixth outpost of the New York hotspot - is a total scene.
Society
From a design perspective, Encore's café, with its voluminous black-and-white striped drapes, black crocodile chairs and red tufted settees, is by far the coolest in Las Vegas.
Simon
This local favorite has plenty of star power (everyone from the Miss U.S.A. contestants to Avril Lavigne has dined here), not to mention a killer spread.
Pink Taco
Pink Taco is one of the more casual eateries at The Hard Rock.
Ra Sushi
Get some rock with your roll at this hot sushi spot.
Serendipity 3
Comfort food is very much the order of the day at Serendipity 3, an outpost of the New York legend.
Payard
This brunch spot and candy store is like an adult version of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory.
Luv-It
On scorching days, locals and savvy tourists line up at this tiny shack to cool off with Luv-It's famous custard.
La Creperie
For breakfast, lunch or a late-night snack, a crepe on the cobblestoned Le Boulevard at Paris Las Vegas is a magnificent treat.
Le Village Buffet
French comfort food awaits at Le Village Buffet, where you can sample ski resort-style fare in cosy, fireplace-warmed surroundings.
Jean-Philippe
Willy Wonka, eat your heart out. The chocolate fountain at this spot, located toward the back of the hotel past the conservatory, brings onlookers from all over Vegas.
Hachi
Nobu veterans and husband-wife team Martin Swift and Linda Rodriguez are the culinary brains behind this sushi spot at the Red Rock Resort.
Dos Caminos
Served with a hefty side order of Mexican culture, Dos Caminos will line the stomach of even the most die-hard tequila-guzzler.
Grand Lux Cafe
Grand Lux Café serves guests of The Venetian, hungry tourists and conventioneers, all in elegant, un-coffee shop-style surroundings.
Diego
If you're craving a good mole, but don't want to lose the hip, fun vibe of Vegas, Diego is your spot.
Diablo’s Cantina
Part-bar, part-diner, Diablo's Cantina offers a kitsch Mexican experience in the heart of Vegas-once again, courtesy of the Light Group.
California Pizza Kitchen
This famed thin-crust pizza and chopped-salad joint has become comfort food for many West Coasters, and is a great place to nosh at all hours of the night.
Bubble Bar
You can impress your honey with expensive Champagne and fancy French fare at Bubble Bar-without blowing your entire vacation budget.
Beijing Noodle 9
This noodle joint at Caesars Palace gives Noodles at the Bellagio some much-needed competition.
BLT Burger
An edgy, young burger joint serving beautiful slabs of beef wedged beween deliciously thick buns.

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