Vegas: What To Do and Where To Go
Make Las Vegas your bachelor party playground with this checklist of essential stops:

Take Mr. Lucky to Mr. Lucky’s. Kick off your roving bachelor party at Mr. Lucky’s at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Get your boys fed on some old-school diner fare that’s surprisingly cheap. (That way, they can save their dollar bills for the strippers!) If you’ve got a long day ahead of you, that’s fine. They’re open twenty-four hours a day, so whether you’re getting folks together at 5pm or at 5am, there’s a party waiting for your party. Mr. Lucky’s, at the Hard Rock Hotel. 4455 Paradise Road. 800-HRD-ROCK. party_eat_mrluckys.php

You’re the Top(less). Maybe your groom’s bride has him on a short leash, and he’s not allowed to hit the strip clubs. Then take advantage of the resurgence in classic gentlemen’s entertainment at a Las Vegas topless show. You can book your bachelor party into a VIP section at discounted group rates that could get your groom even closer to the performers. Pay homage to classic Vegas at the revival of the Folies Bergere. (Just avoid the early kiddie show.) Folies Bergere, TiffanyTheatre, Tropicana. 3801 S. Las Vegas Blvd. 702-992-7970.

Pull a Rabbit Out of This Hat! For a more intimate topless experience, your bachelor party guests can watch up close illusions by the Showgirls of Magic. They’re great at making things… appear. If the bride calls to check up on you, you can tell her you’re at a magic show, with a straight face. Showgirls of Magic at the Hotel San Remo, 115 E. Tropicana Rd. 800-522-7366, ext. 6028.

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