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When you want a show before your show, head to Lakeside in The Wynn. If you sit out on the lakefront patio, you can watch the nightly light and water show, which happens every 30 minutes from 8pm-12:30am. The best deal here is the prix-fixe that pairs one of their unique cocktails and three courses with a ticket to one of their shows all for around $150. You’ll choose between mostly seafood dishes, though they have steak and chicken options as well.

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