Lenny Kravitz

New hotels, hot restaurants, a singing superstar — Vegas proves again it just never sits still

New hotels, hot restaurants, a singing superstar — Vegas proves again it just never sits still

New Year’s Eve may be a little less than a month away, but the Champagne corks are already popping in Las Vegas, ringing in new hotels, restaurants and attractions.

The Vegas boom, once as sizzling as an August afternoon, has slowed to a simmer since 2008. But a growth spurt is underway in Southern California’s adult playground in Nevada, and some folks are downright giddy — and not because of the bubbly.

Visitors will find a new hotel, a fish-and-chips shop from a feisty British chef, an elegant Japanese restaurant from another celebrity chef and the Vegas version of a beloved L.A. deli. A new arena will host a singing superstar who swears her 2017 Vegas...

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