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The hot list: Fizz Las Vegas, Jean Philippe Patisserie shine this holiday

Fizz Las Vegas

If you haven't checked out this intimately chic lounge and bar by Elton John's partner David Furnish, winter may be a good time for a first visit. For $36, patrons can enjoy two hours of unlimited champagne by the glass. The brands vary, but you're guaranteed all the bubbly you can drink in one of two evening time slots: 5 to 7 p.m. or 7 to 9 p.m. Enhance your experience with a world-class menu of caviar, gourmet panini and small plates to complement your beverage selection. Bottoms up!

Fizz Las Vegas
Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Jean Philippe Patisserie

Santa Claus has arrived in Las Vegas, and you'll find him sitting in his favorite chair during the holidays at Jean Philippe Patisserie. Standing five feet tall, the chocolate confection is made from 230 pounds of dark chocolate and 50 pounds of fondant and is clad in a glistening suit with sugar trim. Seated alongside Santa are edible presents with fondant bows and ornamental trappings, hand-detailed using cacao butter and gold powder. It's a feast for the eyes and taste buds.

Jean Philippe Patisserie
The Bellagio
3600 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Faberge Revealed

Organized in partnership with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, this new exhibition at the Bellagio features 238 rare¿Faberge eggs from the Russian imperial family of the late 19th and early 20th vecenturies. Don't miss is the showcase's signature piece: the Imperial Pelican Easter Egg, created in 1897 to celebrate the Dowager Empress of Russia. The crimson-gold egg unfolds into eight oval frames, each rimmed with pearls and inscribed with names of the institutions that appear on the front.

Faberge Revealed
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
3600 Las Vegas Blvd. South


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