Only THE hottest club at the Mohegan Sun! Of course, it's the only real club at the Mohegan Sun resort! :) Apparently, a lot of people come here to party to groove out to some great music and lounge in some of their private lounge areas for people watching. :) There's an enormous dance floor in the middle of the club with tables where people dance. There's another large room with bed seating and plenty of space to lounge. There's a $10 cover.
Dress Code: "Typical" club attire, i.e. no tennis shoes, shorts, flip flops, sweats, etc, etc....you get the drift.
Vaughan's is a good place for after work drink or to sit down for a lunch and supper. I went there because they serve Magners (Bulmers), and of course, good Guinness!!
Have a seat, and watch sports with a pint of Guinness. It can't get better than that. : )
Fish and Chips, and Shepard's pie are good, too.
Dress Code: Casual. Come in as you are. : )
I was at Foxwoods ages ago. It is another large resort/casino on a Native American reservation (different than Mohegan Sun) off of Rt 95. Just a bit farther up than Mohegan (or closer i guess if you are coming from Rhode Island)
It's like most big casino hotels, lots of shops, resturants, and a theater for big name music and comedy acts.
I have heard that most people seem to prefer Foxwoods to Mohegan Sun, though it is for intangible reason (either that or I just can't remember the reason they gave) Personally, I remember having a better time here than I had at Mohegan, but maybe that was because I was a little younger and could stay up later without getting cranky. I will have to revisit to give a proper review.
Mohegan Sun is a bg resort/casino on a Native American reservation just off of Rt 95. We travelled here the other night for a few hours of gambling. It's not just a casino though, Mohegan Sun also has a spa, lots of shopping, a theater for big name music acts, and tons of resturants and bars.
The decor is interesting, kind a larger than life log cabin/rustic theme. The carpets on the floor match the name of that part of the casino. For instance the Autumn entrance has leaves on the carpet, the winter, pine needles and pine cones, summer has flowers and river rocks...ect. In the central lobby area there is a giant waterfall with a bar that faces it, and a Dale Chihuly sculpture. (for those unfamiliar with his work, he does these incredible glass sculptures, perhaps you have seen the gorgeous flower ceiling at the Bellagio in Las Vegas....?)
There are many clubs and restaurants in Connecticut that one can enjoy, if that's your thing. In Danbury there is one section of the town devoted to late night dining and bar/club life. St. Ives street offers many clubs and restaurants in downtown Danbury.
Two Steps grill and bar is a unique restaurant and has a nice bar as well. Tuxedo Junctions hosts many concerts and on certain nights it doubles as a dance club. Manequins also is a unique bar/dance club. During the day concerts are held in the ampitheater located near Two Steps.
Dress Code: Tuxedo Junctions is casual along with Manequins. Two Steps grill and bar is casual and as well as just about all wining/dining facilities in the area.
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