Group travel is on the rise, especially among millennials. From girl trips to double-date retreats, traveling together is an increasingly popular way to share new adventures with old friends. With no shortage of unique social activities in Las Vegas, squads traveling together can create unforgettable memories, collect plenty of stories and capture the best Snap-able and Gram-able moments with unique experiences.
Get your game on at LEVEL UP, MGM Grand’s arcade-inspired entertainment hub. This tech-savvy adult playground embodies a new era of interactive gaming, offering pay-to-play games in a social atmosphere. Throw it back to middle school hangouts at the arcade with classics like Frogger and air hockey, or show off your putt with the world’s first indoor laser golf course and private lounge – Golfstream.
Live out your VR fantasies by heading to Las Vegas’ first free-roam virtual reality arena – Virtual Reality Powered by Zero Latency. Located inside LEVEL UP, up to eight players can take their pick of three different experiential games, including a battle with the dead in Zombie Survival; whirling through a whimsical world in Engineerium; or fighting off rogue robots in space during Singularity.
Make dinner a social affair at Libertine Social. The next-generation gastropub’s made-for-sharing menu is a roadmap to an incredible culinary adventure. Founded by James Beard award-winning chef Shawn McClain, Libertine Social serves up shareable plates such as its Caviar “Fried Egg” and Margarita Donuts, and creative libations from mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim. Make the conversation as intriguing as the nosh with customized truth or dare cards to challenge and entertain.
Indulge in a round of beers and games at Beerhaus, a fresh take on the classic American beer hall. Located within The Park – an outdoor entertainment venue in the heart of The Strip – Beerhaus features pours from Vegas’ local craft breweries such as Joseph James alongside celebrated international imports. It also boasts a menu of savory snacks, sausages and sandwiches, best enjoyed over a tense game of Jenga or a casual round of cornhole. Don’t miss the board game cart located near the entrance to keep the night interesting!