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Lounge/Pub questions

Discussion in 'Vegas Nightlife' started by mlsoregonhills, Jun 27, 2013.

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  1. mlsoregonhills

    mlsoregonhills Tourist

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    I quit smoking cigs years ago, and here in Oregon, there is no smoking anywhere - except the local casino.

    However, I will want to smoke cigs while having cocktails on my trip, and I'm assuming that all bars in Vegas allow smoking? In particular, VP bars at Bellagio and Cosmo.

    Silly question, I'm sure, but just asking anyway.
    Plus - I'm just trying to up my message count to get my countdown timer going. :eek:
     
  2. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    I think the only bars that don’t allow smoking are the ones that are also restaurants or perhaps ones that are right next to restaurants. For instance, the bar seating (not the tables) at Wynn’s sportsbook is non-smoking because (I assume) it is attached to the deli.

    I do not remember any of the VP bars at Bellagio or Cosmos being non-smoking.
     
  3. 44inarow

    44inarow VIP Whale

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    Right, it's basically bars that serve food. This is why Petrossian, the Bellagio lobby bar, is now non-smoking (which I hate, and I've had several bartenders complain about this to me, too).
     
  4. lasvegas_limo_driver

    lasvegas_limo_driver Vegas Guru at Infinity

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    Smoking

    Very few locations in Vegas have no smoking. Some nicer restaurants do, but as far as lounges, fairly unlikely that you cant smoke. In the past there have been places that have been more strict on cigar smoking.
     
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