A Table for Uno

If you’re the type who isn’t afraid to stand out from the crowd, then the Library bar’s Table 207 awaits you, Professor. A single leather chair is pulled up to a small VIP table, right between the bar and DJ booth—the perfect place to hold court. Or office hours.

While you’re at the Library, you may as well hit the books. Tao Group partner Rich Wolf personally curated the bar’s collection of 1,000 books from Strand in Manhattan. Subjects range from Las Vegas history and gambling to cigars and burlesque. Fun fact: There are two of each title.

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Secret Pizza at the Cosmopolitan

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Secret Pizza at the Cosmopolitan

Half the fun of having pizza at the Cosmopolitan’s super-secret no-name pizza parlor is finding it. Much ado has been made about this nondescript joint hidden down an unmarked hallway (Hint: it’s lined with album covers), but the truth is that the pizza is actually delicious. Hot, gooey and greasy (in a good way) slices and entire pies are served on stacks of paper plates, just like they do it in New York. It’s perfect for a quick lunch or a late-night drunken pit stop—it does stay open until 5 a.m. on weekends. $3 per slice, in the Cosmopolitan, 698-7000.