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Posted on September 14, 2016

7 Best Restaurants in Vegas

B&B Ristorante The Venetian | $$$$ This traditional Italian restaurant from Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich’s is anything but ordinary. They pay special attention to their charcuterie, tasting menus, and exquisite pastas. They even serve fresh ricci di mare – Sea Urchin. The grilled octopus is a must order. If you’re looking for a special occasion destination, B&B Ristorante is the place for you. Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare Wynn | $$$$ This Italian/Seafood spot is led by two-time James Beard Foundation award-winning chef, Paul Bartolotta. Two and a half tons of seafood is flown in from the Mediterranean weekly and simply, but expertly prepared. Their tasting menus are perfectly designed for a taste of traditional Italian seafood. Grab a seat at their outside cabana surrounding the private lagoon for a truly magical experience. DB Brasserie The Venetian | $$$ For delicious contemporary French cuisine, look no further than Chef Daniel Boulud’s DB Brasserie. Diners love their steak frites, scallops, and escargot. For a more American spin, the signature burgers are not to be missed. Finish your meal with Black and White Fondant for the complete DB Brasserie experience. Honey Salt The Westside | $$ This farm-to-table American spot on the Westside is an instant Vegas success. The sea scallops and brick oven chicken are must-orders, but keep Honey Salt on your radar for lunch and brunch on the weekend. The fun, hipster-esque atmosphere makes it a cool and casual destination, but you won’t be disappointed by the food. Picasso Bellagio | $$$$ Dine next to an original Picasso painting at this French and Spanish restaurant. This award-winning spot is known for its foie gras and it’s view of the Bellagio fountains. And for drinks? They have over 1,500 varieties of wine in the cellar, so no one will go home thirsty. Rose.Rabbit.Lie The Cosmopolitan | $$$$ Come for the food, stay for the entertainment at this new restaurant. They serve up some of the most creative dishes such as caviar tacos, a beef Wellington served in a puff pastry atrium, crispy oysters Rockefeller and more. This “Modern Supper Club,” encourages business casual dress and hearkens back to a more sophisticated era of dining. Nightly entertainment includes a jazz band, tap dancers, and singers. You may never leave. Wing Lei Wynn | $$$$ Wing Lei is the first Chinese restaurant in the country to be award a Michelin Star, and it is well deserved. Their unique spin on traditional Chinese dishes like three cup sea bass and newcomer beef vermicelli is like nothing you’ve ever had before. The food has stiff competition from the décor – a lavish gold and jade green dining space packed with Chinese antiques. The atmosphere alone is worth a reservation.
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Posted on September 14, 2016

Global Music Festivals

There are way more music festival options than Coachella and Lollapalooza. Check out these music festivals that take place around the world. Glastonbury – England, UK Glastonbury is about the closest you can get to Woodstock in 2015. The performances are held on 900 acres of English farmland, originally established by a farmer hoping to solve his debt problem (attendees received free milk). Most visitors camp on the grounds, but the legendary rain storms and mud puddles make it unforgettable. In the words of some, you don’t go to Glastonbury; you survive it. The distinct areas all feature different types of music (2014 Headliners included Skrillex, Dolly Parton, and Metallica), and the sprawling venue is also home to circus performances, theater, cabaret shows, and more. 2015 will feature The Foo Fighters, Lionel Ritchie, and Kanye West. Tomorrowland – Belgium TomorrowLand is one of the world’s largest electronic music festivals, with over 400,000 people attending in 2014. It brings in some of the ,ost noted international DJs, including Alesso, Tiesto, Avicci, and David Guetta, all of whom will be at the 2015 festival. Tickets in 2013 apparently sold out in 1 second, likely due to the elaborate decorations, stage design, and overall production. The festival has won multiple “Best Festival” awards, and its unique offerings include a marathon 12-hour DJ set and the “Love Chapel,” (equipped with a bed and condom-wielding”nuns”). Sziget – Budapest Sziget has been named the Best Major European Festival, and attracts almost 400,000 fans from over 70 countries. Created during a time of unrest in the 90s, Sziget was designed as a summer outlet for Hungarian youth. It features an incredibly diverse range of music, including alternative rock, jazz, and international pop and rock stars, as well as more unknown offerings like Russian ska, Serbian brass, and Colombian hiphop. This non-stop party includes concerts as well as theater and circus performances. 2015 headliners include Alt-J, Florence and the Machine, and Tyler the Creator. Roskilde – Denmark Roskilde features more than just legendary music acts—the nine-day festival also includes a giant campsite with skate parks, mazes, graffiti workshops, a fishing lake, and giant sculptures, including a church made out of beer cans. There’s even a dedicated DIY area called Dream City without any rules (more or less) where you can build anything as long as it’s open to everyone. All profits from Roskilde Festival are donated to humanitarian and cultural work, and it is staffed almost entirely by volunteers (who also earn a free ticket, so here you are, cheapskates). Performers for this year include Pharrell Williams, Disclosure, Muse, and Paul McCartney. Exit – Serbia Exit is a music festival with a conscience—started by students fighting for peace and democracy, the festival continues to educate visitors on politics and social advocacy. There are over 20 different stages, with everything from heavy metal and punk to up-and-coming regional electronic artists. Exit overlooks a 16th century castle and also features bumper cars, a zipline, and a silent disco—it’s basically Disneyland for adults. Acts to see this year include superstar DJs Martin Garrix and Hardwell
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Posted on September 16, 2016

Best Times To Book A Flight

Best times to book a flight. There are many theories when it comes to booking flights. But we’ve compiled the data, crunched the numbers, and come up with your best plan of action for finding the best deal on your next trip. Here are the answers to all your important flight- booking questions. How far out should I book? Experts suggest booking around 1-3 months before your want to leave. Some say 45 days out is ideal. Booking too early means airlines haven’t had a chance to put discounts on the flight yet, and booking too late greatly increases the amount of seats you have left. What day should I book? Most airlines offer lower prices on Mondays & Tuesdays, so buying on those days is a great idea. Tuesday evening is apparently the best time. Where should I book flights? Kayak and Expedia are great ways to get an overall picture of flights, but it’s always good to check websites of individual airlines just to make sure you’re getting the lowest price. Some people recommend calling the airline directly to get the best deal. What’s the best time to fly? Non-desirable times and days obviously offer cheap flights. Red-eyes, early mornings, and mid-week flights are usually best. If you can afford to be flexible, put in a date range when selecting flights to find the cheapest option. Flights can range by hundreds of dollars in just a matter of hours. What else can I do? Keep an eye on flights by putting a tracker on it or joining an email list. Southwest is always alerting customers of flight sales via email and social media. Now, get ready to book! Let us know if you have any other money-saving tricks.

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