So you want to be a rock star?
Keep practicing your guitar riffs and in the meantime, get treated like a rock star at Hard Rock Cafe on the Las Vegas Strip.
There are few things better than jamming out to classic rock 'n' roll and studying iconic musical memorabilia. But, if you get to chomp on a chicken wing while gawking over Madonna's bustier, all the better.
Speaking of food, enjoy scrumptious ribs, juicy burgers and a variety of specialty drinks and exotic martinis--for the rock star in you.
The jumbo combo can serve at least two people and includes Southwest spring rolls, chicken tenders, onion rings, wings, and bruschetta.
The main courses include several beef options including a cowboy rib eye. The fajitas are served sizzling hot with flour tortillas and include your choice of meat or shrimp. You can also get a combination of chicken, beef and shrimp.
While at your booth you can watch music videos tableside. Another impressive feature of this Hard Rock is the Rock Wall, an interactive 18-foot by 4-foot screen on the main wall of the second floor. It lets you look up information while you're waiting for your table.
If you go to the Hard Rock Cafe, make sure you visit the third floor where a 1,000-seat concert venue hosts musicians like Chris Cornell and Micky Free. Don't worry, there's a full bar and plenty of seating up there too. There is also outdoor seating available on the second level patio with breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip.
This is in addition to the in-house memorabilia, like Frank Sinatra's clown painting, Elvis Presley's wedding photo and MC Hammer's baggy pants.
Happy Hour is from 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. and from 10 p.m. - close. Enjoy $3 beer, $4 wine and $5 call drinks.
With so much to do and see at the Hard Rock, you won't be bored.