The Linq celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with the return of the O’Sheas Bloq Party. The event kicked off with O’Sheas’ Brian “Lucky” Thomas leading a parade of shenanigans down The Linq Promenade as he was carried on a gold litter by green attendants, followed by eight fellow leprechauns, stilt walkers, four bag pipers, a robot, Tina Turner from Divas Las Vegas, Jeff Civillico, performers from X Burlesque and X Rocks.
- NAME Susan Stapleton
- BIO Living in Las Vegas hasn’t made life any tamer for Susan Stapleton. She loves to discover all that’s new in Sin City, whether it keeps her up all night or not. The city’s bevy of fine dining, hot clubs, happening casinos, and phenomenal fashions keep her buzzing all over The Strip. Stapleton grew up in the Midwest, has a degree in journalism, and spent eight years in Philadelphia covering the luxury market before moving to Vegas to cover fashion and beauty. When she’s not chronicling her adventures for Haute Living, she’s dining at a James Beard-worthy restaurant or testing the treatments at the hottest spas.
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Korn performed at Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq on Friday, March 13.
Ringo Starr brought his All Starr Band to the Pearl at the Palms on Sunday, ending the band’s tour with a fantastic live performance at the intimate venue.
Las Vegas is the land of blockbuster French cuisine. The four top restaurants in the Michelin Guide that last came out in 2009 are all French, with Sin City’s only three-star restaurant and all three two-star restaurants falling in that category. Here we offer the best dining in Las Vegas, with, of course, a French twist.
XS Nightclub at Encore Las Vegas featured performances by resident deejays Kaskade and David Guetta last weekend.