For as long as I can remember I’ve always wanted to see a Cirque Du Soleil show, especially the Beatles LOVE. I’d viewed as many preview videos from these shows as I could online to get a feel for what it would be like to really be there, but rest assured the real thing is a billion and a half times better.
As Andrew and I arrived we were escorted to our seats by a lady in very British garb. We were in for quite a surprise as we had THE BEST seats in the house. The seats were set-up completely surrounding the stage, so it was hard to have a bad view, but our seats were certainly the best, we were able to view the show from so many different angles and get a glimpse of every part of the action.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas…right? Well not a 100% of the time, especially when it comes to dining! My next few blog posts will follow the theme of “Stephanie Eats Las Vegas”. Recently I planned a trip to Sin City and I got in touch with several PR contacts at a few famous Las Vegas dining locations. I’ll give you a summary of some great gourmet options as well as a variety of places where you can find tasty happy hour deals and more affordable options.
While at the opening of Paris Club last Winter I had the chance to meet the talented Executive Chef Joho. Chef Joho is the Executive Chef at Everest and Paris Club in Chicago, as well as Brasserie Jo in Boston and of course, The Eiffel Tower Restaurant in the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas. After the Vegas trip had been booked I thought who better to reach out to in Vegas for a great dining experience other than Chef Joho. Chef Joho arranged a complimentary tasting of some of their best menu items and a wine pairing by the restaurant’s sommelier, Brian. The service, food and wine were all fantastic and I couldn’t have asked for a better evening with views of the Bellagio Fountains out the window.