Heaven Or Las Vegas is from the same people behind Mood Ring, and just like that bar, it's full of neon accents, and it’s a great spot to dance until 4am. The space consists of three small interconnected rooms, one of which is a decent-sized dance floor with a DJ booth and a smoke machine. There are also a bunch of stuffed animals hanging from the ceiling (including a Pikachu over the bar), and if we had to describe the overall aesthetic of this place, we’d probably say something like “Early-'90s Slumber Party Rave.” Just don’t show up before 10pm, or you’ll be the only one here.
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