All Night Done Right

If you’re wondering where you can grab drinks and dinner before or after a big night on the town, here are a few spots serving up big flavors and a come-as-you-are vibe. With the historic line-up of talent playing Las Vegas these days, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about dinner and a show right now. With lots of options for pre-game cocktails and bar snacks, prix-fixe menu specials that cater to the before-and-after theater crowd and the best post-show hangouts for couples and crowds alike, Park MGM sets the scene for your special night out.

  • Primrose

    Looking for your pre-show rosé fix? Look no further than Primrose, the most charming and relaxed eatery on the Vegas restaurant scene. Scope out the cozy seating – there are many spots to choose from here – to set the stage before your night out: deep armchairs in the library by the fire, restaurant seating in the main café or the popular lounge chairs nestled throughout the garden patio’s verdant nooks and crannies. A seasonal soup, buttermilk Caesar salad and chilled glass of Whispering Angel are the way to go before you hit the show.

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  • Best Friend

    Roy Choi – Korean taco food truck celebrity chef and poetic genius of terms like “hip-hop to bibimbop” and “the Vegas good-good” – has opened the restaurant of his dreams: Best Friend. The bar area, designed as a colorful neighborhood liquor store, sucks you into the chef’s imaginative world from the moment you arrive. There are tracksuits. There are neon signs and funky murals. There’s barbecue, kimchi and hot fudge sundaes. It’s silly. It’s brilliant. It’s delicious, making it the ultimate hangout for late-night culinary adventures after a big show or game.

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  • The Crack Shack

    At The Crack Shack, there’s nothing better than dressing up for a show, singing your heart out all night at Park Theater and then getting breakfast for dinner in your finest threads, with your finest friends. Whether it’s your fifth time seeing Aerosmith or your first-time catching Bruno Mars in Vegas, your crew will appreciate the down-home, yet upscale comfort food served at all the right hours at this one-of-a-kind fried chicken joint. There’s ample seating for your group and a menu brimming with fancified biscuits, fried chicken and egg-avocado breakfast sandwiches – the flavorful brainchild of celebrity chef Richard Blais.

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  • La La Noodle

    What could possibly be better than slurping freshly made Asian-style hand-pulled noodles in a sleek and earthy, minimalist-styled restaurant while ‘80s rock ballads play over the airwaves? Scoring a table designed for quick and delicious pre-show meals and talking to a waiter that understands you’re on a timeline. That’s what.

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  • Eataly

    Walking through the doors of this massive Italian marketplace is like stepping into a dreamy day-trip to Europe’s open-air markets. Take an enchanting stroll through eateries, espresso stands, cheese displays, pasta vendors, gelato counters and more. Turn the corner to browse hundreds of imported food goods lining the market’s grocery aisles. These specialty items – also used in Eataly’s restaurant kitchens – are what make the meals here so true to form. Insider Tip: Legend says if you spin three times with your heel on the mosaic-tiled bull at the entrance, you’ll have good luck.

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  • BetMGM Sportsbook & Bar

    What’s a moneyline bet? What are point spreads? It doesn’t matter that you aren’t quite sure. There’s plenty of action for the whole gang at this one-of-a-kind sports bar, where gambling newbies can pick the game winners with straight bets, parlays, totals and more. There’s duckpin bowling, billiards and craft beer, which all pair nicely with the amped-but-friendly competition pumping through this place. Just a five-minute walk from T-Mobile Arena, this is a lively spot that will get your group warmed up for that Vegas Golden Knights home game.

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  • Bavette’s

    Sure, this upscale, dimly lit restaurant is where the big boys come to order their classic, Chicago-cut ribeye with béarnaise. But it’s also where sports fanatics huddle for some seriously stellar, pre-game noshing options, from sizzling shrimp scampi to steak frites to elote-style corn. There’s seating around the beautiful bar (we can’t help but think the back-lit bottles look like jewels) and a whole slew of new vegetarian options, putting this traditional steakhouse on the map for diners of all stripes. If you have time to spare, have a drink in the swanky back bar.

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  • NoMad Bar

    Scope out the richly appointed bar – a sea of sumptuous leather and velvet – while noshing on dinner then come back after your event (you’re going to want to come back and stay a while) to savor transformative libations from the award-winning cocktail program and sample the eclectic late-night menu featuring dishes such as bacon-wrapped black truffle hotdogs and a twist on the classic ice cream sandwich. Live music livens up the crowd during select weekends.

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  • NoMad Restaurant

    NoMad hotel is known for its approachable luxury and that extends to the mid-century marvel of a restaurant, where Cabernet-hued banquettes and sky-high library shelves set the tone for a cozy, inviting and genuinely hip meal. Arrive early to savor award-winning cocktails, “hot+cold” oysters and shareable meals like the Roast Chicken for two with fois gras before heading to see Lady Gaga play her heart out.

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