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Eye Candy at Mandalay Bay. What can I expect?

Discussion in 'Vegas Nightlife' started by EastCoastVegasFan!, May 31, 2013.

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  1. EastCoastVegasFan!

    EastCoastVegasFan! High-Roller

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    I am headed there on a Thursday night, in a couple weeks. I can only go off youtube videos. I'm obviously going to be dressed down, but what should I expect in general?

    Thanks!
     
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    Its a bar with some music and a dance floor. Crowd tends to be in their thirties and forties
     
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    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Cosmo is also a good place for this because the entire casino caters to eye candy/trust fund babies. MGM is just dragging them in because of the new club, if you aren't by the club entrance, you won't see nearly as much I'm guessing. But sounds like I should have made a bigger effort to play 4/8 Mix at MGM this last trip though...oops.
     
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    Yep, that's pretty much it on the nose. Although I do note that the dance floor section is off to the side/back and opens later than the lounge area. The lounge area is just your basic central casino bar/lounge (it opens in the morning), while the dance floor section has a little bit more of a "nightclub" vibe.
     
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    It is a lounge with a dance floor (definitely not a "club"). It is pretty low key - there are some reserved tables for bottle service, but mostly free seating and tables. I have only seen someone at a reserved table once or twice. The place is usually full enough to have some energy, but rarely anywhere close to "packed". No line, no cover. Very diverse crowd. In the middle of the casino floor, and very open to the casino.

    In general, this is not a "destination" or a place to spend the entire evening, but it is certainly nice to have right there when you are gambling at MB and a great place to meet up with a group for a while.
     
  7. smudgespot

    smudgespot Tourist

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    I work for Mandalay Bay.
    Trust me....there's more to Eye Candy than meets the eye.
     
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    smudgespot Tourist

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    I signed up 3 years ago and waited 3 years to make THAT post.
    Go figure.....
     
  9. eloisegirl

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    Welcome aboard, and do go into great detail about "more than meets the eye". *gets popcorn*
     
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