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The Mandarin Oriental is such a breath of civility in the midst of the chaos of the Strip, and by god, is there anything more civilized than a full tea service?
Head to the Tea Lounge on the 23rd floor, with one of the best views of the Las Vegas Strip, for their Classic English Afternoon Tea served daily with seatings around 12pm, 2pm, and 4pm, an experience like no other around for .
First dates can be especially tricky, so this is a good spot to go where you can chat at the bar, then go play some games to distract from awkward lulls in conversation that occur once you cover all the basics.
The High Roller is a bit underwhelming, unless you really enjoy the views of the backs of parking garages.
But if you keep more evening hours, there's nothing wrong and everything right with cocktails in the Mandarin Bar, offering that same stellar view.
Don't let the name fool you: Khoury's Fine Wine & Spirits is actually probably best known as one of Las Vegas's best craft beer stores (and bars), though they most certainly sell wine and spirits, we've heard. Every Wednesday is a new beer tapping event, often celebrating a new special release or entry to the Vegas market, followed by wine tasting events every Thursday.
The folks who work here and those who hang out almost daily are super friendly, so taste some new beers (or wines) and plan on making new friends together in a low-pressure, casual, fun evening here. If so, start pulling out the big romance guns, and start with a trip to the top of the Eifel Tower inside Paris Las Vegas, a half-scale replica of the real deal, then have dinner at the Eifel Tower Restaurant, with a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows offering an unparalleled view of the Bellagio fountains.
The standard dinner date is a classic, but sitting across the table staring at each other for an unknown stretch of time can be nerve-wracking for anyone.
Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge is kind of the ideal date spot: centrally located from most corners of the Las Vegas Valley, right off the I-15/215 interchange, on the Strip without being on the Strip, in a neutral location with tons of free parking, good food, and drinks all around, a stellar happy hour to keep it cheap, and a great patio with comfy couches and warm fire pits.
First, choose your base -- like chocolate layer cake, blackberry cobbler, or butterscotch pudding.
Then pick a sauce, either something simple like dark chocolate fudge or adventurous like bourbon peach compote.
A good date usually scores points for creativity, and you'll get extra creative when ordering dessert at Public House inside the Venetian.
The restaurant recently expanded its "build your own dessert" menu at the budget-friendly price of .