So, I am assuming you are here in Vegas to attend the #Atlassiansummit2019? Besides the conference & the awesome bash and all the fun stuff Atlassian has to offer don't forget be a tourist for a day or so......
Here are few tips for restaurants, shows and other stuff recommended by a dear friend and mentor Steve cross a former Atlassian channel partner Manager.
"Las Vegas, officially the City of Las Vegas and often known simply as Vegas, is the 28th-most populated city in the United States, the most populated city in the state of Nevada, and the county seat of Clark County"( Thank you Wiki).
I do have a great story about getting married in Vegas so, ask me in person
What a kick. A number of Italian markets and restaurants under one roof.
Maybe the best burger in town. Planet Hollywood.
Superb Mexican food from two of L.A.’s "Top Chef Masters"
Quite an interesting turn on the steakhouse. Really top notch.
Maybe the best breakfast/brunch place in Las Vegas. Super. Parisian style bistro.
Perhaps the best Italian in Las Vegas. Great for a small group (10+?)
Best magician in town. Yeah, I know; we’ve seen Penn & Teller, David Copperfield, Mac King, Lance Burton. This guy is the best. "Won America’s Got Talent”.
He is a huge star in the UK. He and his brother sell out the O2. Here, he’s a lounge act. He’s a total kick. Pours drinks for the first couple rows. He’ll drink with you.
They are still great.
My favorite is Chandelier at the Cosmopolitan. The Chandelier is humongous.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The place is awesome. The true beauty of the desert. Only about 20 minutes west of the Strip, out Charleston Ave.
the largest observation wheel in the world. Glass pods. It’s sorta cool.
Take a helicopter to the Grand Canyon, drive an exotic car, indoor sky diving, gamble at a casino and all sorts of other stuff....
Be mindful of your soundings and if you decide to go out drinking or partying keep an close eye on your bag or just don't take the bag along. Things do get stolen so, be careful!