Located in the basement of Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall and Saloon, Drai’s Afterhours is the hotspot for those looking to continue the party after the rest of Vegas shuts down. Starting at 1:00 a.m. party goers can pile into this underground lounge and live it up until dawn, making Drai’s the longest running after party in Sin City. Originally opening as a restaurant in 1997, Drai’s added the after-hours party to it’s repertoire in 2000, instantly exploding its popularity to extraordinary levels. With two entry ways, a steel elevator for VIP and stairs for general admission, Drai’s features an A-list crowd and is consistently rated as the best late-night party in town.
With book-lined walls decorated with abstract art, large overstuffed sofas, and an overall homey feel, Drai’s Afterhours is the perfect place to have fun and relax once the rest of Vegas is closed. Drai’s boasts three separate rooms to hang out in, in the main room comfortable booths surround the packed dance floor, lighting up the space with atmosphere-setting candlelight. Styled like a library, the lounge is considered the VIP area and tends to host some of Hollywood’s younger execs and record company types. Let your inner animal out at Drai’s, whether it is by lounging in one of the many comfortable seating options or prowling the dance floor.
An up-scale French restaurant by day, Drai’s turns into a club by night. Feast on delicious French cuisine til’ midnight, but after the clock strikes 12, Drai’s is all about the drinks. The fully stocked bar is cash only, but no worries, there is an ATM inside. VIP bottle service is also available, contact Timothy Sheldon at email@example.com
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