Allē Lounge on 66
“For those of us no longer enthralled by the pounding bass of the newest EDM sensations, Allē offers a more refined take on Las Vegas nightlife, with all the decadence, but a lower decibel level,” says Al Mancini, one of four journalists recommending this sky-high spot. And while many will undoubtedly enjoy both the Zouk nightclub 66 floors below and this opulent sanctuary in the sky, Allē is clearly geared toward those who prefer Louis XIII or a cocktail cart to bottle service and beats.
Open until 2 a.m., the lounge blends mahogany and plush leather with quirky pop art to create a modern reinterpretation of a classic social club. The room is packed with cool little details that make it worth exploring -- if you can take your eyes off the breathtaking wrapround views of the Las Vegas Strip. Or just take in those views from all angles, including the outdoor balconies, and through one of the lounge’s antique telescopes.
The cocktails here, many of which are crafted tableside, are top-notch. And the food, from the complimentary truffle and pecorino potato chips to more substantial items like steak tartare and brown butter lobster rolls, are the ultimate late-night snacks.