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Tao Nightclub

  • Club Tour

    Tao Nightclub Is a Club Classic

    By Kat Boehrer

    A veteran of the nightlife scene, Tao just keeps the party going

  • nightlife

    The Future of Bottle Service Has Arrived

    By Camille Cannon

    Tao Group unveils V.I.We—the shared-table social experience.

  • Nightlife

    The Tao of Tao

    By Xania V. Woodman

    For one month in early 2005, Tao Las Vegas partner Rich Wolf scoured the world for Tao’s iconic design features. On trains, planes and automobiles—as well as ferries and tuk tuks—Wolf’s travels took him to Japan, China and Thailand.

  • Nightlife

    Tao at 10

    By Melinda Sheckells

    A roundtable with the partners of Tao Las Vegas on the cusp of their biggest anniversary yet

  • Night-lites

    From 100,000 to 1 million, Tao Group is racking up the fans

    By Deanna Rilling

    As the Internet has become more of an ethical battleground for the nightlife industry, the debate about the legitimacy of social-networking channels as measures of popularity and interest is growing more heated. Take the DJ Mag poll, for example, and accusations of DJs cheating to rank higher—and subsequently DJ Mag naming names. Then there’s MixMag questioning if DJs are buying “likes” for their Facebook and followers on Twitter.

  • Best Bottle Presentation

    Tired of having masses of club-goers slow down the cocktail waitress en route to deliver your newly purchased champagne or large-format booze bottles to your table? Most Las Vegas nightclubs have long since figured out that elaborate bottle presentation (sparklers, crowd-surfing Superman) is the way to win the hearts—and hopefully open the wallets—of high-end VIP table customers. Only Tao Nightclub takes this custom to new heights, employing a “bottle fairy” to ensure that everyone in the club is very much aware of your big purchase.

  • Gossip

    Toujours, Paris

    By Charity Mainville

    Celebrities should know that too many appearances can leave you burned out in this city. No longer paid to party, Nicky and Paris Hilton were spotted in various locations throughout Vegas over the weekend. Attending the Deadmau5 concert at the Cosmopolitan, Paris revealed at the concert that she actually isn’t dead, just an occasional persona non grata.

  • Night-lites

    Erick Morillo keeps true to Memorial Day tradition of spinning at Tao

    By Jason Scavone

    It’s actually a municipal ordinance that Las Vegas must have at least one Kardashian present at all times during a holiday weekend. Filling the quota for Memorial Day was Kourtney, who was celebrating babydaddy Scott Disick’s 28th birthday May 27 at Gallery. The least romantic couple this side of FDR and Eleanor continued to uphold their reputation.