While the summer sizzles, fall is a little less extreme in Las Vegas, but only because of the reduced temperature. There are still a lot of hot things to do. If the weather is agreeable, the Las Vegas outdoors scene is happening.
Dining outside is best done when the weather is agreeable in Las Vegas. Fall is a great time of the year to get all of your patio dining in while you can. For a locals' choice in patio dining try Marche Bacchus in the quiet neighborhood of Desert Shores.
A romantic evening is made special by dining lakeside at Marche Bacchus. You can enjoy a fabulous French bistro and wine market. The European atmosphere is worth a trip off the Strip or across town. They are open seven days a week serving lunch and dinner, and a special Sunday brunch. For more information visit http://marchebacchus.com.