TAO arrived in Las Vegas with a bang, opening with a weekend long celebrity event in September 2005. Immediately, the design-driven dining and entertainment complex in The Venetian proved itself to be a hot spot like it’s sister venue in New York City. Since the opening, notable names have frequented the 60,000-square foot, multi-story ‘Asian City’ housing restaurant, banquet facilities, lounge, nightclub and beach on a weekly basis.
At TAO Lounge in The Venetian you might find yourself partying next to a celebrity on any given night. For more than a decade, the club has been a favourite of the most notable names in entertainment, music and sports. Take in the sounds of the DJ from a VIP table on the dance floor, enjoy bottle service in one of eight private skyboxes overlooking the main room or step out to the 40-foot terrace for views of the Las Vegas Strip. State-of-the-art sound and lighting systems create an all-encompassing experience matched only by TAO’s unparalleled hospitality.
Tao’s cover charge is usually between $20 to $50 for females and $30 to $75 for males. There is also a free guest list.
Bottle service tables for Tao Nightclub start at $600. Tables at this entry price will be placed alongside the side of the main room. Tables closer to the centre of the main room start at $1,800 with placement in the booth area. There are VIP tables which are in the moat of the main room cost between $2500 and $3000.
Typical bottles of alcohol are priced between $600 and $675 not including an 8% tax and 20% gratuity.
The dress code for TAO is upscale-casual; button down collared shirts and dress shoes for gentlemen. No baseball hats, tennis shoes or open-toed shoes for men.