The Shadow Bar at Caesars Palace is a cool spot for a few drinks after the round, before or after dinner, or as the starting spot (or ongoing location) for a night on the town. The stars of the Shadow Bar are the silhouette shadow dancers who move and groove in shadows behind and above the bar appearing to be wearing nothing more than, well, nothing.

“We’re definitely wearing a little something, but not much,” Shadow Dance Emma Hughes told the Las Vegas Sun a couple years ago. Well, we can’t tell so the mystery must be experienced to be appreciated. Click for more including a gallery of Hughes and the Shadow Bar

Upping the ante at Shadow Bar are flair bartenders who serve up a wide variety of cocktails all the while thrilling patrons. The best review we found about Shadow Bar came from The writer wrote the following and we wholeheartedly agree: “When you think of an upscale Las Vegas lounge, the Shadow Bar is probably the kind of place that you think of.”

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The Shadow Bar experience can also become interactive as the bartenders love an audience and the dancers have been known to put on a cowboy hat or other clothing item from a patron during a dance. The Shadow Bar is a destination lounge and people come back year after year.

The dancers are on stage—or behind the back lights—from 8 PM – 2 AM nightly. So come out of the shadows of the course and head to the Shadow Bar for a perfect Vegas nightlife experience.

Caesars Palace is an iconic hotel resort that has stood the test of time. Caesars Entertainment owns and operates Rio Secco Golf Club and Cascata, two stunning Rees Jones golf courses. Rio Secco is also the home of the Butch Harmon School of Golf and the world-famous and beautiful T-Mates female caddies. Click here for Rio Secco or here for Cascata. You will enjoy  both of these Las Vegas golf experiences and preferred rates and starting times are available for guests at Caesars Entertainment properties.