After one Las Vegas trip, you’ve likely covered all of the big attractions — the Bellagio fountains, the High Roller, the Eiffel Tower. But there’s much more to Vegas than those Strip landmarks. In this ever-changing city, there’s always a crop of bars and restaurant popping up and new places to explore.
We chatted with Matt Moraca, director of Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Skylofts at MGM Grand, a Court of Master Sommeliers certificate holder and a seven-year Vegas resident, to get an insider’s perspective on the city. Moraca gave us some quick tips on where to go off-Strip for an under-the-radar activity and how to get the best view in Sin City.
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