@Circus Circus | Regular Price $25, Discount Price $13 (48% Discount in package of two - Includes all taxes and fees) | Open 8am until midnight - 7 days/week | View the reviews on Las Vegas Local Groupon
At the rock-themed restaurant of Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil, diner sip giant blended margaritas from towering glasses they can take home
Margaritas come in four flavors: classic, strawberry, lime, and the mysterious “Vince’s favorite.”
Vince Neil has three very relatable passions: eating, drinking, and partying. He also has a fourth, less relatable passion: shrieking "Friday night and I need a fight" at arenas around the country as Mötley Crüe's lead vocalist. At Neil's Best of Las Vegas 2016 Award-winning restaurant in the Strip's Circus Circus hotel, all four of these enthusiasms somehow fit in one raucous space. Below, some highlights of the experience.
Obviously—it's inspired by Neil's lifestyle. That means walls covered with tattoo imagery and shots from photographer Mark “Weissguy” Weiss, the man behind some of glam rock's most iconic pictures. Diners who poke around will also find some of Mötley Crüe's gold and platinum records adorning the walls.
That's steaks and margaritas, of course. The steaks are custom-grilled New York strip steaks; the margaritas are served in giant, flute-like souvenir glasses.
Officially called Vince Neil's Party Bus Bar, the upstairs establishment is a cross between a bar and a time machine, transporting guests to the Mötley Crüe tour bus of yore. Flair bartenders mix drinks and pour shots, and party girls keep the mood festive all night.
The team serves iconic hangover plates, such as steak and eggs or biscuits and gravy, until 1 p.m. For an extra fee, they will also listen to up to five sleepy groans.