Now that the
cat's monster's out of the bag that Lady Gaga will indeed take up residency for two years at the brand-spankin'-new Park MGM, we're more excited to see where the New York native will go to hangout in the effortlessly trendy city, and chances are it won't be at New York New York.
Here are four hangouts that we'd except to see Stefani Germanotta:
The Laundry Room
Reserved for only those in the know, this hidden (literally) cocktail bar requires reservations and a password. The too-cool-for-school The Laundry Room is located in the back of Commonwealth Bar & Club on Fremont Street East, and the perfect place for Gaga to enjoy one of her favorite liqours—whiskey. In order to get in, you must text a number that is hidden around Commonwealth, though, we're sure you can find it by using ur Boolean searches.
Consistently voted one of the best restaurants in the entire world, Le Cirque is the ideal place to order over-the-top food with outrageous entertainment. The explosive colors and vibrant atmosphere make it a Lady Gaga hangout for sure. Plus, it's part of Bellagio, part of MGM International.
Inside the new MGM Park will be another outpost of Oscar Farinetti's wildly popular EATALY food hall, except this one will occupy nearly 40,000 square feet. Gaga, an Italian from Long Island, is known to crave some good home cooking—just ask her dad who owns Joanne Trattoria in Manhattan.
Antique Alley is a collection of more than 20 independent antique and vintage stores in the Arts District in Downtown Las Vegas. Gay-owned Retro Vegas is sure to inspire Gaga who is known for loving mid-century modern furniture and unique colorful gifts.