Hilton buffet shoots
for Guinness fame

Mar 27, 2006 4:18 AM

Alka-Seltzer will make an attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the "World’s Largest Buffet" in celebration of its 75th anniversary. The 500-item buffet will be served at the Las Vegas Hilton on Tuesday, March 28. Actress/comedian Kathy Griffin will host the event. The buffet will be open to the public beginning at 11 a.m. for $7.50 per person. All proceeds will be donated to America’s Second Harvest, the nation’s largest charitable hunger-relief organization.

The Rio’s Masquerade Show In The Sky free show now features a new performance called Rhythm of the Night. The newest addition to this popular show takes audiences on a fast-paced journey of global rhythms with energetic choreography, vibrant costumes and a sexy Latin flair. Giant maracas, colorful conga drums, and a giant tambourine bring the stage to life, as Latin conga beats and familiar tunes keep the energy level high and the audience on its toes.

Rhythm of the Night is featured daily during the 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. performances of Masquerade Show In The Sky inside the Rio’s Masquerade Village.

Bally’s Las Vegas has a new show special, combining the glitz and glamour of Don Arden’s Jubilee! with the great restaurants at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas. Each package includes one Jubilee! ticket and $30 dining voucher that can be redeemed at one of six restaurants in Bally’s and Paris. The packages can be purchased at Bally’s Box Office for $80, $92 and $97, and are valid at Chang’s, al Dente, Bally’s Steakhouse, Ah Sin, Le Provencal, and Les Artistes.

See Avenue Q at Wynn Las Vegas before it closes in May and enjoy reduced prices too! Avenue Q tickets are now as low as $50, whereas the least expensive option was previously $88. Le Reve at Wynn is also slightly less expensive with tickets now starting at $88 (weekdays only) reduced from the previous low of $99.

Bellagio is beautifully set for spring. The new Spring Celebration display in the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens features everything from giant clusters of cherry blossoms and overhead fountains to 300 live South American butterflies, caged in a 34-foot pavilion. The exhibit runs through May 13. Best of all the attraction is free.

Until next time, eat well, play well, stay well.