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10 Unusual Restaurant Settings for a Wedding in Las Vegas

These restaurants (and bars) will make you wedding memorable

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Las Vegas isn’t known as the Wedding Capital of the World for no reason. Clark County estimates that it issued 80,738 marriage licenses in 2014 alone, more than double what second-best Chicago dispensed. The reason? It’s easy. Couples, same sex or opposite, must appear at the Clark County Marriage Bureau together. Couples must be 18 or older, and no blood test is required. Marriage licenses cost $60. Just head to the Regional Justice Center at 201 E. Clark Ave. and it’s as good as done. From there, it’s just a matter of where to get married. Make it an unusual and memorable spot by heading to one of these restaurants or bars to tie the knot.

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Andre's

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Andre’s wedding ceremonies start at $500 and can be held in front of the fireplace in the lounge or with the glassed in wine cellar as a backdrop.

Aureole

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Eiffel Tower Restaurant

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Joël Robuchon

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Minus5° Ice Lounge

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Rí Rá

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Tryst Nightclub

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Veranda Restaurant

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Alize

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Andre's

Andre’s wedding ceremonies start at $500 and can be held in front of the fireplace in the lounge or with the glassed in wine cellar as a backdrop.

Aureole

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Eiffel Tower Restaurant

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Joël Robuchon

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Minus5° Ice Lounge

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Rí Rá

[Photo: Amelinda B Lee]

Tryst Nightclub

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Veranda Restaurant

[Photo: Amelinda B Lee]

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