Eight-Pound Burger The Pub at Monte Carlo- Pinterst


Check out these can't miss spots for those seeking some extreme eating while in Las Vegas.

  1. Eight-Pound Burger Challenge (The Pub at Monte Carlo)
Only two people have ever completed The Pub’s Burger Challenge, and that’s because you only have 45 minutes to finish this 8-pound hamburger on a giant bun with 10 slices of cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, jalapeños and caramelized onions. Don’t forget the 32-ounce boot of beer or root beer. The $29 burger is free if you finish. Plus you get a snazzy T-shirt.More than 100 people have tried this extremely delicious dining task, but only two have triumphed.

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T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas will play host to one of the biggest boxing/UFC events ever on Aug 26th

After just a year of back-and-forth talks, the biggest boxing match of the year has been made official. Floyd Mayweather will be coming out of a two-year retirement to fight UFC lightweight champion and company superstar Conor McGregor on August 26th in Las Vegas.

LAS VEGAS -- The show is called “Piece of Me,” and that’s exactly what it delivers -- no more, no less.

Clad in a version of the bedazzled bodysuit she wore a decade ago in the video for her song “Toxic,” Britney Spears launched her much-discussed two-year residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino by emerging from a giant metal globe suspended over the stage of the Axis Theater. “Work Bitch,” the lead single from her latest album, thumped through the venue’s booming sound system as an army of masked dancers marched around her. Smoke swirled, fans hoisted miniature bottles of Moët & Chandon.

(LAS VEGAS) — There’s rooftop yoga and hot yoga and nude yoga.
There’s even goat yoga.
But if you’re looking for the sort of yoga that will not only bring you inner soul peace and make your social followers turn green with envy, look no further it's heli-yoga.
It’s a new Las Vegas concept from Maverick Helicopters. The company will transport guests from the Strip to the highest point in the Valley of Fire for a 75-minute yoga class led by Dray Gardner of Silent Savasana.
Up to six people can charter the chopper for the $3,500 experience. Requests must be made well in advance as the company has to clear the flight and landing with the state park.