The LINQ is full of day-to-night destinations, including riding the High Roller, taking selfies at Polaroid Fotobar, bowling and live music at Brooklyn Bowl and drinks at BLVD. Cocktail Company. But first—a necessary stop at The Style Lounge to get prepped for Vegas-style adventures. A one-stop shop, The Style Lounge is the only beauty go-to….
I’m a sucker for sunglasses, especially cat-eye ones. Because I have a tendency to misplace my accessories (I know - bad girl!), I never want to splurge too much. But I don’t want rinky-dink knock-offs, either. So what’s a gal to do? Thankfully, Chilli Beans at The LINQ offers something perfect in between: You’re not exactly….
I’ve always been a fan of Nas (Whose world is this…), so you can imagine my excitement when I learned he was opening his Las Vegas store, 12AM Run inside The LINQ. Nas is definitely no stranger to shoes, as he shared in his Complex Sneakers interview. According to the interview, Nas’ shoe collection spans more….
The LINQ was the hottest place to be this weekend as a slew of country stars invaded the shopping, dining and entertainment district for a two-day music bonanza. Just days after the anticipated High Roller observation wheel launched, the Academy of Country Music hosted the 2nd Annual Party For A Cause Festival, held out at….
Forget trekking to LA’s Robertson Boulevard. The long-awaited Kitson—a 10,000 square foot flagship, no less—opened at The LINQ on Wednesday. Its prime corner across from Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar and next door to Flamingo hotel shines like a designer diamond. In case you have been living under a rock the past decade or….
Shake it, sugar - shake it like a Polaroid picture! The famous words of Southern hip-hop duo Outkast come to reality as the highly-anticipated Polaroid Fotobar opens today at The LINQ, the outdoor shopping district between The Quad and Flamingo. This is also the first time Polaroid Fotobar hits the West Coast. While the museum won’t open….
Typically when you think of food at baseball stadiums, hot dogs immediately come to mind. Flour & Barley, Las Vegas’ newest pizzeria at The LINQ, is about to change all of that. Not only is this 3,800-square-foot restaurant reminiscent of a baseball stadium, the food is unbelievably good. You’ll never watch a game the same….
Fresh out of the oven, Sprinkles Cupcakes has officially arrived in Las Vegas. The cult favorite cupcake brand boasts a prime corner spot in the middle of The LINQ shopping and dining district, and already had fans lined up around the corner the morning of its March 21 opening. What started as a small cupcakes-only bake shop (the first….
The LINQ and its upcoming High Roller observation wheel are undoubtedly Vegas’ latest game changers, upping the ante for Strip-central dining, entertainment and shopping. In advance of its spring launch, the High Roller’s light shows officially kick off tomorrow just as several more anticipated venues open. Adding another wow factor, the first lighting is another….
There’s a revamped “Forum” to rock out in The beloved Forum concert venue in Los Angeles has been revamped in more ways than one. Caesars Entertainment was announced as Forum’s official partner, in correlation with a new marketing strategy and sleek makeover that includes a modernized Arena bowl, VIP clubs and massive outdoor terrace. It….
The LINQ has added some spice Everyone’s eyes are on The LINQ as its first venues have officially opened, with more to roll out through spring. The first major restaurant—and one we’re really excited about—is the two-level Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar. It officially opened its doors New Year’s Day, offering a spicy mix….
Downtown Las Vegas is in for quite the milestone weekend as the inaugural Life is Beautiful revelry hits town October 26-27. But even with its big-name headliners such as Kings of Leon, Vampire Weekend and Beck, it has mushroomed into much more than a music festival. But if this is “Vegas’ version of Coachella” as….
Much-anticipated news on the wheeling and dealing at The Linq and its crown jewel, the High Roller observation wheel, is surfacing as December nears. The first phase—meaning about the first third of the landmark district’s 30-plus tenants—is set to open by the end of the year. While there are plenty of strictly-shopping and dining forums….
The world’s tallest Observation Wheel (no, not ferris wheel) is seriously coming along. Drive pretty much anywhere near Las Vegas Boulevard and the High Roller is a mid-Strip homing beacon. Check out the new pics.
The LINQ’s crown jewel is one step closer to completion, as the final section of the Las Vegas High Roller’s rim was put into place on Sept. 10, 2013. Next up for what’s set to be the tallest observation wheel in the world? The addition of its much-anticipated glass-enclosed cabins. Stay tuned!