After a brilliant desert sunset, the lights of the city fill the strip in pure Las Vegas fashion: big, bright, and brash. The city's most famous casinos are on Las Vegas Boulevard South, which is more commonly referred to as the Las Vegas Strip. Choose from the many dining options here before you head out (or return) to the casinos, theaters, and various other events that keep this city hopping after dark. You can enjoy French food at Alize. You can't go wrong at Bally's Big Kitchen Buffet, and you won't want to pass up some fine Japanese food and sushi at Hyakumi. How about a European dish at Nine Fine Irishmen, some seafood at Michael Mina, or a Mexican dish at the Pink Taco? The world's top entertainers make regular stops in Vegas. Some, like Wayne Newton, aka Mr. Las Vegas, have become local fixtures. Regular performances in Las Vegas include Penn & Teller, Phantom of the Opera, Jubilee!, Blue Man Group, Cirque de Soleil. Whether night or day, business or leisure, Las Vegas is ready.