Visiting Vegas means it’s finally time to pull out that sequined outfit you thought you’d lost, but turned out your friend borrowed and only recently remembered to return. The only way to do it justice is to wear it hotel hopping down the Strip, and Libertine Social in the Mandalay Bay is where you should start your night. They serve seasonal cocktails and retro drinks, along with a menu of small plates and snacks. It’s the type of place you’ll end up inviting the table next to you to share some yellowtail cones - then probably the rest of the night’s activities too.
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