My name is Mike Myers. I am the owner of Legion Marketing; my expertise is in nightlife. I believe that I know the best and brightest of everything that's in Las Vegas. I can help you skip the lines, skip the bad spots, basically cut the fat. The biggest highlight for Caesars Palace will probably be the Forum Shops, which when created was the most expensive first preferred shopping in all of Las Vegas. They have every type of store there, they have Louis Vuitton, they have Chrome Arts, they have Nike Town. They have actually just made a turn towards some of the more modestly priced clothing stores. The Forum Shops boast some of the best restaurants which are Stone Crab, The Palm, Il Mulino. They also have one of the most popular nightclubs in Las Vegas, or at least one of the most notorious nightclubs in Las Vegas. Those of us in the know, know not to go to Pure. However, Pure still makes a whole bunch of money on Fridays and Saturdays, because of the world-wide recognition it got whenever it came to town in the beginning. Pure was the first nightclub in Las Vegas to really pay celebrities heavily to show up. So your Paris Hiltons, your Britney Spears's, your Lindsay Lohanns when she was paid to go places really made Pure, you know, hit the map, and then now it's just kind of resting on those laurels. Elton John comes into town every once a while at the Colosseum. Celine Dion is a definite highlight in the Colosseum. Serendipity is a fantastic restaurant/dessert shop which is actually on the strip itself, but right in front of Caesars Palace, not actually connected to Caesars Palace itself, but if you walk out of the front of LA and just keep walking towards the strip, you'll run into it, along with an outdoor eatery area, that has an outdoor stadium, they have fights in, they have some concerts from time to time.