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Luxor

  • Conversations

    Could Esports Be the Strip’s Next Big Game-changer?

    By David Morris

    The Deshe brothers sure seem to think so

  • NYE 2016

    How Las Vegas Nightclub LAX Does New Year’s Eve

    By Jason R. Latham

    LAX will counter with a programming strategy that has served the club well in 2016: “throwback” headliners, OG pioneers with cross-generational appeal that can shake hands and pose for pictures because they’re not confined to a DJ booth.

  • Attractions

    Artifacts Will Soon Disappear from Luxor’s Titanic Exhibition

    By Scott Luehring

    Even history needs to take a break from the spotlight sometimes.

  • nightlife

    Anthony Olheiser Wants You to Party Like It’s ‘The Aughts’ at LAX

    By Melinda Sheckells

    Olheiser has returned to Las Vegas as Luxor’s executive director of brand activation.

  • Night-lites

    A Peek Inside LAX’s Million-Dollar Remodel

    By Kat Boehrer

    The Luxor club’s million-dollar update features not only physical renovations, but also implements new programming and operations to better suit its clientele.

  • 2012 Nightclub Awards

    Best Big Entrance: LAX

    Little girls dreaming of making a grand entrance at key moments in their lives, such as prom or their wedding day, likely imagine an impressive and elegant staircase. And guys wishing to cut a dashing figure want everyone in the room to notice their swagger upon arrival. Both fantasies become realities on the staircase at LAX, where you can put your best face and most stable foot forward. Because you never know who could be looking on in adoration … or waiting for you to bite it and roll the rest of the way down. Either way, it’ll be one for the memory books!

  • Showstopper

    Frat-level Strip Comedy aims for the zipper

    By Steve Bornfeld

    Let’s judge Vegas shows by a booze-o-meter, on a scale of zero to five snorts: Zero is a show you can appreciate with nothing stronger than a Diet Coke. Five is a show that demands Wild Turkey. Strip Comedy at the Palms is a five. Therefore, this review carries a caveat: This reviewer was sober.

  • Showstopper

    Fantasy still a smart skin show moving into its teen years

    By Steve Bornfeld

    Entertainment excitement married to skin-show X-citement—a smart philosophy for an erotic revue that Luxor’s Fantasy follows to a T&A. Amid new implants in Vegas’ topless entertainment scene—openings of Shades of Temptations and iCandy Burlesque, a refreshed Crazy Girls and Coco Austin about to co-star with her über-jugs in Peepshow—we drop in on this Strip staple celebrating its 13th birthday while still trading on its natural charms.

  • Gossip

    CatHouse out at Luxor

    By Jason Scavone

    Bordello-themed nightspot CatHouse didn’t quite hit the five-year mark. The place opened on New Year’s Eve 2007, but was evicted from the pyramid on Nov. 5 instead of re-upping its lease for another five years. The club opened with a Kerry Simon restaurant initially, though the dining portion was dumped in 2010. AMG’s LAX and Savile Row are now the remaining nightlife spots on the property, though MGM Resorts has yet to announce what future plans are for the space.

  • Our Public Houses, General faux chicken, and the Olympics of Hunger Games

    By Max Jacobson

    If you’re still a bit confused by the fact that there is a restaurant called Public House at Luxor, it’s understandable. After all, there is another restaurant by the same name at the Venetian, and there is no relationship between the two. Luxor’s Public House (262-4000) is a large, boxy, brightly lit space with a […]

  • Diner's Notebook

    Our Public Houses, General faux chicken, and the Olympics of Hunger Games

    By Max Jacobson

    If you’re still a bit confused by the fact that there is a restaurant called Public House at Luxor, it’s understandable. After all, there is another restaurant by the same name at the Venetian, and there is no relationship between the two.

  • Halloween Costume Contestss

    The Seven Biggest Hauls

    By Deanna Rilling

    For some, Halloween is the one time of the year when it is totally acceptable to dress like a slut. And, yes, even some of you guys use it as an opportunity to show off your dedication to the gym. But for others, it’s a major cash cow where months of elaborate costume constructing (or […]

  • The Seven Biggest Hauls

    By Deanna Rilling

    For some, Halloween is the one time of the year when it is totally acceptable to dress like a slut. And, yes, even some of you guys use it as an opportunity to show off your dedication to the gym. But for others, it’s a major cash cow where months of elaborate costume constructing (or strategic body-paint planning) result in a major payoff that could earn you more in one night than many people’s annual salary. Here are your seven best chances to score some major moolah.

  • Diner's Notebook

    Vegas’ most lavish buffet, Germany’s best wurst, and the Public House proliferation

    By Max Jacobson

    Bacchanal Buffet will open in a few days at Caesars Palace in a 25,000-square-foot space formerly home to Café Lago. The design—by Tokyo firm Super Potato, which also did Sensi and Strip Steak—features wood, steel and glass sections, and nine open kitchens, where chefs will cook in front of the customers and discuss the process to boot.

  • Hunter Gathering

    It’s hard to imagine K.C. Fazel barking out orders or coining catchphrases like the celebrity chefs with establishments up and down the Strip. His voice is soft but eager as he points to the two dozen cuts he has arranged on slabs of black slate in the kitchen of Tender Steak & Seafood at Luxor. He points out the differences among the four samples glistening on the rib-eye platter—a Kobe-style, a dry-aged Angus, a grass-fed version and a deep-red bison steak with little marbling.

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