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User Reviews (25 Reviews)
- Lavo NightclubMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Feb 17, 2014
This is my Sunday night spot, very low key, nothing too crazy here but always a fun time. Sunday nights they play hip hop which is refreshing from that EDM played up and down the Vegas strip. There are always random celebrities at Lavo one night we same Kim Kardashian another time Rick Fox
- Lavo NightclubDec 09, 2013
One of my favorite clubs in Las Vegas. It is different than the other nightclubs because it resembles more of a lounge than a nightclub. I really like the ambiance and it is pretty easy to get a table from the last time I went. The best night to go is on Saturday night and it is more a low key vibe and a good place to start your night.
- Lavo NightclubMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Nov 04, 2013
Before or after your night out clubbing at Lavo, check out the celeb-packed restaurant extension with a menu full of delicious Italian standards. Lavo also combines indulgent food with a daytime party vibe at its weekly brunches. This is one of the best spots in Vegas to combine good food with a good club scene.Recommended for:Foodies
- Lavo NightclubMember ofFamily TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 5Aug 15, 2013
Lavo is a great club, but best if you need space to dance and drink, get a table. The music was awesome here. The servers at our table were really nice and cool which is not always the case!
- Lavo NightclubMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jul 30, 2013
Since we were staying at Palazzo, it was ideal to do some pre-partying at LAVO. As hotel guests, I'm sure the Concierge could have hooked it up for us, but as I knew a promoter, my girls and I got a VIP table and open bar from 11pm-midnight. Really, the BEST way to pre-party on a Sunday night.
LAVO is a really nice spot for lounging, especially for a group of girls. The whole space is very chic and intimate, with the restaurant on the lower level and the club on the top. The cocktail servers are all gorgeous - loved their hot corset dresses - and very attentive. Once we were out of a drink, they were right on it.
The crowd was very mixed - an all ages kind of spot. While it was awesome to see a female hitting the decks, the music was also very mixed and after Mariah Carey's "Fantasy" came on, it was our cue to leave. Not that I have anything against Mariah, but I like singing that song at a karaoke club.
- Lavo NightclubMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Apr 02, 2013
Restaurant downstairs with DJ's at night spinning dance beats, usually house. If you eat dinner here, you'll get comp entrance to the small nightclub upstairs. It's small, but I love it, esp the music. Every club is pretty massive in Vegas, so this place is a good change.
- Lavo NightclubMember ofFoodiesMar 15, 2013
This is a nice little intimate restaurant and I really enjoyed my visit here. My friends and I came here and we had way more to eat than we could handle! For appetizers we got the calamari, garlic bread dip, and caesar salad. The calamari was so yummy, lighted battered and fried, not overly greasy and soggy. Both the garlic bread and calamari came with a marinara dipping sauce which was a nice compliment to the dish. Then we ordered the crusted baked salmon, thin crust pizza, chicken marsala, and zucchini strings. The crusted baked salmon and zucchini strings were probably my favorite dishes out of everything. The salmon had a nice crunchy baked crust on the outside and was tender and juicy on the inside. Not too bland either, salmon tends to be if you don't prepare it right. I tend to like fried stuff so maybe that's why I was drawn to the zucchini strings. Little bits of zucchini lighted fried, I do wish they had a dipping sauce for it, but it was like eating little veggie fries. The chicken marsala was a bit heavier to eat. It had a lot of sauce and cheese, but the chicken wasn't too dry. The thin crust pizza was a nice addition to our meal. Just a simple cheese, marinara, and basil pizza on a nice warm crust, yum! This restaurant fits in with the Italian feel of the Palazzo. You wouldn't think it was an Italian restaurant when you first walk in with the lighted candles and fancy modern décor, you'd probably expect the checked red and white table clothes instead. Our table was right by the window so we got a great view of fireworks from the TI show across the street.
The club is also worth mentioning. The downstairs restaurant becomes a lounge at night and upstairs is a full club. The first time we were there on a Saturday night it was way too packed so it was hard to move around and dance without being bumped into. The second time we came on a Sunday night it was a better crowd. They aren't as pushy and rude like they are at Tao, probably because Tao has a younger crowd. They play good music, all of the latest and greatest and more hip hop R&B kind of stuff, I hate it when they play too many techno or trance songs! How do you dance to those? The décor of the club is very similar to Tao in the Venetian, very dim and lots of dancers.
- Lavo NightclubMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 14Mar 07, 2013
Night Club review:
Very nice decor; bath (Lavo) themed.
Bar area is in weird shape. Bartenders were not very nice at all.
Dance area is small. Overall club is small.
More of a lounge type than club.
Too many bottle service areas. This place needs more dance areas.
Place needs better ventilation & shouldn't allow smoking went it's so stuffy inside.
They play house & trance here.
Open bar for ladies from 11 pm-midnight.
If you know a promoter, they can usually get you in free & ladies free drinks & table.
Doors open at 10:30 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays and 11 p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Cover is $20, and locals are admitted free Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday