Best Little Club in Vegas

Savile Row

Some call it a lounge; others a boutique nightclub, or a speakeasy. Whatever you call it, Savile Row is a jewel-box in a sea of big-box clubs, a tiny corner pocket destination venue. However, many still don’t know about the 2,000-square-foot room located just off LAX in Luxor because discretion is its key goal. The club packs quite a punch with its stylish London-inspired décor, underground DJs and swanky patrons. Only open three nights a week including its Wednesday Industry Night, Savile Row offers alternative music (indie electro, remixes, cuts, rarities, disco) to get hipsters on their feet and bespoke cocktails created by a team of top mixologists to quench their thirst. And the party doesn’t stop on Friday and Saturday, as the carrying on carries on till dawn.

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