Intoxicating Secret

It’s all about perception; in this case, Perception Las Vegas. The city’s first permanent, digital art museum
is a three-room gallery offering a multisensory experience of the great Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci.

Currently immersing the walls of the 17,000-square-foot venue is “Painting with Light: The Last Supper” and “Leonardo: The Universal Man,” which chronicle the master’s life and work.

The gallery’s third installation, “The Gallery: Mona Lisa’s Perception,” is our favorite because the smiling eyes of Mona Lisa, in all their LED glory, hint that she’s up to something. Perhaps that signature smirk suggests she’s had an edible.

That wily Mona Lisa has the right idea. High-end art deserves high-end edibles, and Hervé easily complies with its line of indulgent, handmade French macarons.

Befitting a Renaissance painter’s muse and Vegas adventurer alike, these meringue confections are cannabis-infused with 10 milligrams of sativa hybrid.

Dusted with 23-karat gold in decadent flavors—raspberry buttercream, salted caramel, and chocolate ganache—they unlock your senses and perhaps Mona Lisa’s secret too.

—Beth Schwartz