I read the recent post about the lack of over 40’s club in Vegas and with what you said about the average age of Vegas travelers (and we have most of the money to spend) I am also amazed someone has not catered to this crowd. Me and my spouse visit Vegas often (late 40’s) and if someone did this right I do think they would make a killing. You ought to really get this out there-if this was done right I really do think it would be a gold mine.
You aren’t alone. I’m 44 so I’m in that stage where I grew up with (and like) lounges/clubs but a bit past where I can appreciate what caters to 25 year olds.
Nikki’s Beach will be the new beach club at the Tropicana and my research says they might really help fill the gap. However, Nikki’s Beach is on the upscale side. Seems to be a huge gap that someone needs to fill and we’ll keep banging the drum about it.
The strongest suggestion I have is Goldiggers, second floor of the Golden Nugget Las Vegas downtown overlooking the Fremont Street Experience. Let me note that this is a club, and inside there is modest dance floor and thumping music from the late 70’s though the 80’s (usually spun by a live DJ). But it is still pretty laid back, the large outdoor patio area has ample seating, quick and friendly cocktail service, and most importantly patrons ranging from late 20’s to 50’s in age. Open Wednesday – Sundays.
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