No one would ever mistake Vince Neil for Jack Nicklaus, but the Mötley Crüe frontman is suiting up with an item even more exclusive than the green jacket.
Only those wearing Neil’s $5,000 gold-trimmed jacket are allowed into the gold-wallpapered invite-only VIP room of the new Vince Neil’s Tatuado Eat Drink Party, replacing Rock ‘n’ Ritas at Circus Circus.
So unless you’re his pal Nic Cage or Carrot Top, you’ll most likely find yourself upstairs at Vince Neil’s Party Bus Bar — where you sit on kegs topped with bar seats to have party girls serve you shots from Neil’s original tour bus.
Down on the main floor, you’ll navigate through a Sunset Strip-inspired chamber of red leather booths and walls lined with gold records, Neil’s racecar suits, life-size band pics, and HD video screens showing classic Crüe footage.
Tatuado (Spanish for tattooed) burgers and burritos highlight the menu by partner/local restaurateur David Tuttleman of Kahunaville, served alongside Neil’s signature line of Tatuado vodkas and tequilas.
In other words, it’s the next best thing to being backstage on the Girls, Girls, Girls tour circa 1987.