Krave at Crown to open while clubbers await Krave Massive
Fri, Dec 28, 2012 (12:56 p.m.)
- Krave at Crown
- Fri-Sat, 10:30 p.m.-4 a.m.
- At Crown Theater and Nightclub, inside the Rio
- Beyond the Weekly
Krave is opening again!
Okay, not the much-anticipated Krave Massive venue in Downtown’s Neonopolis complex (that opens in March), but starting January 18, the renowned gay club will set up shop at Rio’s Crown Theater and Nightclub every Friday and Saturday night.
The new Krave at Crown concept will feature the same staff, talent (including Black Boots DJs Mikey Francis and Lightknife) and dancers (who took this year’s Weekly Award for best go-gos).
Intrigued? Be sure to text “KRAVE” to 313131 to receive free cover and drink specials.
Stay tuned to lasvegasweekly.com for Krave Massive updates.
Carnival lasts all year at the Rio. With a float occasionally passing overhead and dropping beads while feathered dancers fire up the gamblers below, the Rio tries to keep its 120,000-square foot casino jumping with excitement. Special Brazilian mixed-drinks are also served throughout the casino. The hotel suites tend to be larger than similar priced rooms on the Strip and many offer excellent views with floor to ceiling windows.
The Rio offers some quality shows like "Penn & Teller" and "Chippendales." Many come to the Rio for the nightlife at the VooDoo Lounge, located on the 51st floor, or McFadden's Irish Pub on the casino level.
Others come for a bit relaxation at the Rio Spa or pool area and still others come to shop at the hotel's 60,000 square feet of shops. In each of these endeavors, the Rio attempts to make the experience a bit more fun and spontaneous.
The Rio also offers guests a variety of dining choices from all-American food at the All-American Bar & Grille to Gaylord India Restaurant for something a little spicier and even Carnival World Buffet for the indecisive.