While Memorial Day Weekend may look a little different this year, it will definitely bring more options than 2020. No matter what kind of weekend you’re looking to enjoy, Las Vegas has something for you. Note: While Las Vegas is easing capacity limits and requirements in line with CDC guidelines, many visitors may still want to continue social distancing or to avoid crowded scenarios. For more information on the current Nevada Covid guidelines, please visit Nevada Health Response.
Located inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Marquee Dayclub will be open from 11 a.m. to sunset all throughout Memorial Day Weekend. Different DJs will be spinning each afternoon, and the dayclub will be open Sunday night for Drenched After Dark (doors open at 10 p.m.).
The Stirling Club
The Stirling Club at Turnberry is hosting a Neon Martini Pool Party open to members and the public. The party takes place May 29th with drink specials and the food menu available along with music and entertainment throughout the day—and a fun LED show as the sun goes down. Tickets cost $25 each and can be reserved here.
Clubs and Lounges
The world-renowned Tao Nightclub will be open throughout Memorial Day Weekend from Thursday-Sunday. Each night will feature different DJs, and Sunday includes a live performance by Mustard. Groups will be separated throughout the nightclub to encourage social distancing, and general admission guests will be separated from table service.
Clique Bar and Lounge
Located inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, the Clique Bar and Lounge will be open nightly for Memorial Day Weekend. Different DJs will be spinning nightly from May 28th-May 31st.
Located inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Marquee Nightclub will be open Friday-Saturday on Memorial Day Weekend. Doors open at 10 p.m., and ambiance will be provided by Crespo on Friday and Lema on Saturday. Groups will be separated throughout the nightclub to encourage social distancing, and general admission guests will be separated from table service.
STK Steakhouse and Kona Grill
Kona Grill in Boca Park and STK Steakhouse inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas extend their thanks to all the workers who have protected our country. All active-duty military personnel, first responders, veterans, and frontline workers can receive 20% off at both restaurants on Monday, May 31st.
The Front Yard
If you spent the evening partying a little harder than you have in a long time, brunch at The Front Yard inside Ellis Island Casino, Hotel, & Brewery might be the perfect cure. Serving up brunch on Mondays from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., The Front Yard extends the festivities with a DJ and some summer weather at the beer garden. Drink up with endless Mimosas and Spicy Marys and enjoy twisted, traditional brunch fare.
Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer
From now until May 31st, Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer inside Venetian Vegas has a couple of summer-ready specials. Check out their “Let’s Go NUTS! Toasted Coconut Classic Shake” or their Every Day We’re TRUFFLIN’- The Truffle Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich”. Memorial Day is the last day to try out this duo before they disappear.
Exclusively for Memorial Day Weekend (May 27-31), Pinkbox Doughnuts around the Las Vegas valley are serving up a bevy of festive treats to commemorate Memorial Day. The local favorite has eight patriotic specialty pieces for the weekend, and they can be found at all locations (make sure to check out their online pre-orders if you want to make sure you get your hands on these before they sell out daily).
Things to Do
The Little Vegas Chapel
Only on Memorial Day, The Little Vegas Chapel is offering free weddings for active-duty military personnel. The free package includes a traditional chapel ceremony with music, photography, up to five guests, and more. The package is valued at $129. If couples would like to upgrade, the $129 value will be put towards the package of their choice. Managing partner, Michael Kelly, has said in a press release, “We are honored to be able to give back to those who serve our country, especially after a rough year where love was often put on hold. We hope to help couples begin the next chapter of their life and be part of their happily ever after.”
Are you looking to get away from the Strip? Camel Safari is offering their Feed With a Keeper Safari experience on Memorial Day so you and your family can get some up-close and personal time with a number of exotic animals. Tickets for the experience cost $99 for adults and $79 for children from the ages of three to fifteen. The Feed With a Keeper Safari will run from 8 a.m.- 11 a.m. and is free for children under three years of age.