On Tuesday, professional poker player and Light Group regular, Phil Ivy, enjoyed cocktails in the lounge at FIX with his father and friends (Pictured above: Bryan Greenberg at The Bank).
On Wednesday Rex Lee partied at The Light Group’s new high stakes gaming lounge at CityCenter, The Deuce Lounge. He was in town with a small group of friends for the grand opening of Aria Resort & Casino.
On Thursday, actor Bryan Greenberg from the film Bride Wars and Victor Slezak from Mark Wahlberg’s new HBO show, How to Make it in America dined at FIX on a decadent spread of lobster, steak and the house signature doughnuts.They later stopped by The Bank to check out Gaga Wars, a fierce competition between Lady Gaga impersonators hosted by the Light Group hotspot.
On Friday, reality TV sensation and former supermodel, Janice Dickenson, partied at Beatles Revolution Lounge while in town to see Lady Gaga’s concert. The beauty loves The Beatles Revolution Lounge so much that she booked it for her upcoming birthday party in February!
Also on Friday, Jackson Rathbone from the Blockbuster film, Twilight celebrated his birthday at The Bank while in town with members of his band 100 Monkeys. The actor, who began his career as a DJ, was swarmed by Twilight fans before leaving to kick off his band’s tour the next day.
At a nearby table sat Jason Giambi, who partied and danced with his lovely wife to his home city’s anthem, Empire State of Mind.
Bryan Greenberg partied at The Bank for the second night in a row with castmate Victor Rasuk. The duo was joined by flocks of friends as they danced and celebrated the wrap of their first season.
On Saturday, actor Michael Delorenzo, who has been in such noted productions as Fame, New York Undercover and A Few Good Men partied at Beatles Revolution Lounge.
After partying at The Bank the night prior, actor and musician Jackson Rathbone came to JET Nightclub on Saturday night, where he was greeted by swarms of “Twihards” who flocked to the Twilight star.
Rapper and reality TV sensation, Ray J, hosted the night at JET Nightclub on Saturday. The hip hop star was greeted by crowds of female fans awaiting his arrival, many of which joined him at his table for the night. When he got on the mic, the crowd, which included West Coast rapper and Las Vegas resident, Too Short, went wild!
Before hosting the night at JET Nightclub, rapper Ray J dined at FIX on Saturday with a table full of friends.
Photos courtesy of The Light Group.