There is so much great dining on the Vegas strip that it’s easy to forget that Las Vegas is a rather large city of 2 million people. Like most bigger cities in America, the different ethnicities break out into certain sections in the city. Most larger cities have a section of town called “Chinatown”. In

Craft Beer Scene in Vegas

Tuesday, 09 April 2013 by

Up until last year it wasn’t awesome being a beer drinker in Vegas. The beer selection in Las Vegas was held to your typical American macro brews Bud, Coors and Miller. Sure you could find some bars and restaurants with a few different beers but there weren’t many. It’s strange to think that a town

Las Vegas has been home to many bachelor parties over the years. You don’t really need an excuse to go overboard in Vegas but it’s nice when you have one. Bachelor parties in Vegas are a great excuse for a bunch of guys to get together away from home with nothing and nobody in the

One of the great things about Las Vegas is that it’s always changing. The 80′s and 90′s brought themed hotels and casinos while the city tried to cater to families. More recently hotels have shunned the themes in favor of more modern designs where they depend on what’s inside the casino to wow us. There

Just about anyone can crack open a beer or throw together a Jack n Coke but creating a cocktail is not so simple. A cocktail is a little more complex. By definition a cocktail an alcoholic mixed drink that contains three or more ingredients with at least one of those ingredients being a spirit. You

The pool scene in Las Vegas has changed a lot over the past few years. During the week the pools in Vegas may be a nice place to relax and read a book while catching some rays but that changes at a lot of hotels the weekend pool parties take over. While a few heated

Modern Day Mob Encounters in Las Vegas

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 by

Some people call “The Mob” the founding fathers of Las Vegas. They were gangsters, hoodlums and thieves that migrated to Las Vegas from all over the country. Before Las Vegas became big business run by corporations the mob ran this town. From the early 1950′s through the 1980′s you could find the mob running the best

March Madness 2013 in Las Vegas

Monday, 18 February 2013 by

NCAA Basketball Tournament, AKA March Madness, is one of the busiest sports weekends in Las Vegas. This year the tournament begins Tuesday, March 19 but the Madness doesn’t begin until Thursday, March 21. The first weekend of March Madness is spread over four days making it the second busiest event for the sportsbooks in Las Vegas

If you haven’t been to Las Vegas in the past year you may not know about the major transformation happening to the Vegas strip. O’Sheas was closed last year so that Caesars Entertainment could build their open air mall area in the middle of the strip called The Linq. The Linq will open in December

Hidden Off-Strip Gems In Las Vegas

Monday, 28 January 2013 by

When visiting Las Vegas we often try to find some new and different places to eat, drink and be merry. Sometimes we’ll wander into an off the strip dive that nobody knows about and sometimes we’ll stop off at some of the more famous hidden gems. Lola’s Louisiana Kitchen is one of those famous off

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