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Come hang out at Coyote Ugly Saloon at New York-New York Hotel and Casino, the most famous bar on the planet! You’ve seen the movie, now EXPERIENCE the movie.
Coyote Ugly Saloon
Coyote Ugly Saloon is still run with the same mission statement. Quick wit, unshakable assurance, and the ability to take your last dollar have made Coyote Ugly Saloon what it is today.
Experience the live version of the saloon that starred in its own movie, featuring lady bartenders showcasing their artistic pouring techniques. Free line dancing lessons available Tuesday-Wednesday, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM!
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About New York-New York Hotel and Casino
The Roller Coaster, formerly Manhattan Express, at New York-New York travels through the property’s interior and exterior and replaced the trains to resemble a traditional Checker Cab. The coaster is 203 ft high, has a maximum drop of 144 ft, and reaches speeds up to 67 mph. The ride has undergone a variety of enhancements including the introduction of a magnetic braking system and new trains.
New York-New York is also home to Zumanity, the third show from Cirque du Soleil to take up permanent residence in the Las Vegas area and the first to be directed primarily toward adult audiences. It is the only permanent Cirque show to allow admission only to those over 18 years of age. The theatre is arranged as a cabaret, with sofas and bar stools complementing the standard theatre seats. The Master of Ceremonies for the show is Edie Entertainer (formerly Joey Arias), a drag queen hailing from New York City.
The hotel also features nearly a dozen bars and nightclubs, catering to a largely youthful demographic, including Nine Fine Irishmen, Coyote Ugly Saloon, Pour 24, the Bar at Times Square (a piano bar), and the Center Bar, the latter of which is located in the center of the main casino floor. On weekend evenings, the casino also features a live DJ and go-go dancers performing on an elevated stage within one of the table game pits, known as the “Party Pit”. – Wikipedia