Three New Things To Try in Las Vegas, Including Flying Lessons

Fly a plane to lunch, pick up whimsical gifts or dine at a renovated steakhouse

September 2018 kicks off in Las Vegas with a new batch of fun experiences. Travelers can take flying lessons while traveling to exotic locations to land for lunch, dine at a revamped steakhouse and pick up whimsical gifts for friends and family. Here's what to do in September. 

Flying to Lunch

Put together a flight lesson and lunch with these new packages from All In Aviation. Guests participate in Cirrus Aircraft flight training while flying to destinations such as Santa Monica, California; Big Bear Lake, California; or Flagstaff, Arizona. The company also offers flight training over scenic locations such as the Grand Canyon, Lake Mead, Red Rock, Zion and Sedona. Prices start at $1,200. 702.255.4622

New Look

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House now has a whole new color palette to go along with those prime chops. The restaurant renovated, adding a central dining area with raised seating featuring three godfather booths. A chartreuse, cream and charcoal gray setting takes over the space. Opens daily at 5 pm. 3925 Paradise Road, 702.796.0063

Whimsical Gifts

Sugarboo & Co. likes to think of itself as a dealer in whimsy. The family-owned store features an ever-changing roster of artisans showcasing one-of-a-kind antiques, jewelry, paper goods and items for kids as well as four-legged babies. Home goods, patio wares, kitchen decor, wall hangings and more are just some of the categories found in this boutique. New arrivals include notebooks, kitchen knick knacks and more. Owners Rick and Rebecca Puig started the company in 2005, naming it for a nickname Rebecca calls her children, Jake and Sophie. Every visit here could bring a whole new collection to shop. Grand Canal Shoppes, 702.722.6737