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Vegas Nightlife Highlights for September 2013

Vegas Nightlife Highlights for September 2013
Wander about the many rooms at Pure Nightclub -- each with its own deejay -- and you might happen upon a surprise performance from an A-lister.

Chateau Nightclub & Gardens

Always wanted to party in Paree? Well now you can (sort of): Ascend the spiral staircase straight from the Strip to the fabulously elegant entrance of this oh-so-French nightclub, and voila! Inside, it's Versailles gone mod, with a lavish décor bursting with mirrors, ornate chandeliers and handmade globe-like light fixtures. House deejays spin from a booth atop a 10-foot-high marble fireplace, while go-go dancers in French maid costumes bustle about.

Dress code: Fashionable attire is required. No sports jerseys, tank tops on men, tennis shoes or athletic wear of any kind permitted. Dress code is at management's discretion.

Price point: $$$

Paris Las Vegas
3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South
702.776.7770
www.chateaunightclublv.com

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Centrifuge

Warm up or cool down at this slick, circular bar and lounge (think drinks on the Starship Enterprise), a cozy space — for Vegas standards — oozing a cool, metropolitan vibe. Chill to remixed Top 40, hip-hop and techno music accompanied by the requisite psychedelic images, pulsing and swirling on multiple plasma screens. A giant glowing structure atop the center bar spins round and round, changing the colors of the bar (your face is purple, no, red, no blue!). Sip yummy fruit-infused signature concoctions and watch the wait staff bust a move from atop the bar.

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Dress code: Casual

Price point: $$$

MGM Grand
3799 Las Vegas Blvd. South
702.891.7777
www.mgmgrand.com

PURE Nightclub

A classic Vegas experience if ever there was one, PURE is pure indulgence — huge (there are galaxies smaller than this), loud, celebrity-drenched. Be prepared to show up early and wait in line for the 10 p.m. opening, when all heck breaks loose: the hottest of deejays spinning the hottest of tunes, the hordes shaking their booties on the massive dance floor(s), booze flowing like water. Wander about the many rooms — each with its own deejay — and you might happen upon a surprise performance from an A-lister.

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Dress code: Fashionable attire is required. No sports jerseys, tank tops on men, tennis shoes or athletic wear of any kind permitted. Dress code is at management's discretion.

Price point: $$$

Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South
702.731.7873
www.caesarspalace.com

—Andrea Kahn, Brand Publishing Writer