RumJungle at Mandalay Bay The Restaurant, Lounge and Nightclub all in one at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino is one of the hottest places on the Vegas Strip.
The Restaurant is open daily until 10pm and has contemporary food very reminiscent of what you would get at The Rainforest Café but a bit more upscale and extremely tasty. When I was there we ordered the Rodizio fire pit which at $40 was an all you can eat Brazilian BBQ that had unlimited appetizers and BBQ meat. The bread and dipping sauce would have held me over for the next couple of days but when the Cuban black beans were served alongside pineapple rice and all the different types of meat that you could imagine served up with Latin accents, well all I can say was that it was phenomenal. This is a place I would definitely come and visit again and again. This will give you an authentic idea about 토토.
If you just want to stop by for cocktails make sure you come for Happy Hour which I believe starts at 5pm but I know ends at 7pm and most drinks are only $7 which is an amazing price and the drinks are very strong!
The nightclub is open on Wednesday through Saturday and there is no cover charge for women and men. The main theme of the nightclub is RUM obviously with just about every kind of rum available and many many rum drinks on special. The décor of the club is of course Jungle themed and makes you feel like you’re Tarzan and Jane in the jungle. The giraffe print floor, the snake print booths and the colorful bar which changes colors every few seconds makes you feel like you’re actually partying in the Bahamas. Go-Go dancers strut and shake their stuff in sexy birdcages and keep the dancing flowing and the energy pumping. The oh so interesting part of getting your drink is when the bartenders have these almost half naked girls swinging on wires and jumping up on the great wall of Rum to grab whatever alcohol you want in your drink, and bartenders who just pour shots right into your mouth – you know it’s going to a crazy good time. On certain nights there are two percussionists that are stationed at the top near the DJ and add a little something to the mix the DJ is playing depending on the night since the variety of music at this club changes nightly. While all of this seems cheesy and in a way it very much so is, the Rum – and the vast quantity and availability of it – is what keeps me coming back even for just a few hours every time I visit Las Vegas.