Other than one popular Asian club situated along the Las Vegas Strip, most Asian clubs in Las Vegas are situated outside this main tourist area.
Asian bars and clubs are usually packed during weekends and holidays and most of them are owned by Las Vegas locals of Asian descent. These establishments generally serve authentic Asian food, but most also cater to a number of dishes meant for American tastes.
TAO Las Vegas
3377 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109; 702-492-3960
TAO Las Vegas is a 44,000-square foot nightclub and Asian bistro where celebrity sightings are typically expected during its big events. Aside from being a renowned nightclub, it is considered one of the best dining places in the city with its trademark Pan-Asian cuisine.
TAO is a renowned entertainment complex located at The Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes. It has a signature entry hall featuring a classy display of lingerie-clad girls. These models bathe in bathtubs filled with rose petals on each side of the hall. Upon entrance, the complex features an ancient city interior filled with rich velvets, a 20-foot Buddha, a 400-seater restaurant, a 2,000-square floor ultra lounge, three full-service bars, two main rooms, 40-foot terrace with Las Vegas Strip views, and eight private sky boxes with mini-bars.
2021 E. Charleston Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89104; 702-382-1644
Fong’s Garden features a dance floor and karaoke area where guests can enjoy dancing with popular tunes and singing Asian and American songs.
Although it started as a classic Chinese restaurant during the 1950s, it has evolved into a dining and entertainment venue known for its delectable Asian food. Its specialty is Chinese cuisine, along with other famous Asian favorites. Fong’s Garden is located along Charleston Boulevard, approximately 1.5 miles east of The Las Vegas Strip.
New Makati Club
3400 S. Jones Blvd. 15 Las Vegas, NV 89146; 702-221-0681
The New Makati Club is a Filipino bar along the southern part of Jones Boulevard, west of the city. It offers a full bar, gaming area, karaoke area, dance floor, private guest rooms, and authentic Filipino dishes.
This Filipino club got its name from Makati, the central business district of the Philippines. It also provides club patrons with catering services for special events, wedding reception space, late night menu, and children’s areas, all exuding a similar ambience to a typical Filipino club and restaurant.
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