A night of pure, unadulterated revelry is surely in order. (Insert 2020 here!) “After sitting at home for over one year, we all need the most positive sounds and beats that make us want to get up and dance again,” said Kim Willecke, co-owner of No Ceilings Entertainment. Enter Mayfair After Dark, a revival of the hot spot nightlife experience at Mayfair Supper Club.
Fans of fun and flair, food and cocktails, and dance and live music need to get themselves over to this weekly party that begins at 11 p.m. every Friday and Saturday and runs into the wee hours. “Mayfair After Dark is a unique nightlife experience inspired by the first nightlife venues in the 1920s in New York City, Paris and Berlin,” Willecke said. “It combines not only a classy, seated, late-night, cocktail-and-dining experience with stunning modern burlesque performances, but it also allows for guests to let loose on the dance floor and be surrounded by our performers, live vocals and instruments, acrobats and DJ. Think about it as the bridge between a sexy, late-night burlesque show and colorful Studio 54 dance party.”
The live music and DJ will cover everything from jazz, swing, disco, house music and modern beats to sexy, burlesque-type music that covers famous songs by divas like Etta James and Aretha Franklin.
When it comes to the venue, feast your eyes on beautiful, ornate furnishings and décor that combines various modern touches with chic vintage flourishes—and the views through the floor-to-ceiling windows of the famed Bellagio fountains show provide a backdrop that is definitely so very extra.
Indulgent bites include coconut shrimp, prime rib sliders, king crab fondue, high-end sushi rolls like the wagyu prime rib hand roll with sweet soy, caviar and 24K gold, and decadent desserts. Bottle service, wine and champagne whet whistles, as well as specialty cocktails like the visually fun Champagne Cocktail with Nicolas Feuillatte champagne, Amaro di Angostura and a big poof of champagne cotton candy.
“The energy at Mayfair After Dark is electrifying,” Willecke said. “We want there to be no limits to what can happen. Everybody is welcome to feel free and have fun together. We all need it!”
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