Cheap Drinks And Ladies Night In Las Vegas

Between catering to tourist and serving locals (many whom have midweek nights off because of working the busy weekends), Las Vegas clubs go 7 nights a week. And with triple the number of major clubs as just a decade ago, they all try very hard for your attention. Here is a rundown of what some of the clubs offer on various nights of the week (info current at press time and subject to change):

THE DRINK – 200 E. Harmon
Tue. – Ladies Night: no cover and free drinks all night for the ladies
Thur. – The Boogie Knights (popular disco send-up): no cover before 10 and 2 hours of $2 drinks
Fri. – $1000 sexiest woman contest, $2 selected shooters, $3 premiums
Sat. – Bonofide (reggae band)

CLUB UTOPIA – on the Strip between the MGM and Alladin http://www.clubutopia.net/
Wed. – Ladies Night: no cover and free drinks all night for the ladies, Budweiser Bikini Contest
Thur. – Salsa All-Stars plus salsa dance competition
Fri. – Techno-House-Trance

ROCKABILLY’S – 3785 Boulder Hwy. (near Boulder Station) http://www.rockabillys.com
“Home of the All-U-Can Drink Draft Bottomless Mug”
Wed. – 25 cent Coors Light, wear beach attire and receive $1 off of any drink

THE DRINK – 365 Convention Center Drive (across from the convention center) http://www.beachlv.com/
Sun. – Ladies Night: ladies drink free from 10 PM – 12 AM
Mon. – Ladies Night: ladies drink free from 10 PM – 12 AM
Tue. – Cash Frenzy: win cash between 11 PM – 3 AM
Wed. – “Ultimate Ladies Night”: ladies drink free 11 PM – closing, Margarita Ville drink specials
Thur. – Crusin’ the Beach: classic cars, bikes, and music 7-10 PM

Who says that Las Vegas is a man’s world? Looks to me like the ladies get the best of it at the clubs! Las Vegas is a very nighttime oriented town. Although clubs do eventually close when pretty much everyone goes home, there is no real “last call”. Hence, clubs don’t tend to really pick up until around midnight and can still be going quite strong as 4 AM closes in. However, arriving before 11:00 PM is your only guarantee of skipping a long line on popular nights.

This article originally appeared July 14, 1999 in the Access Vegas Insider Vibe

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor
Access Vegas

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