Fine dining at Wynn/Encore is decent, but not as good as I think it should be. For seafood I'd get sushi at Mizumi.
The great thing about Vegas low limit poker is if you're at a bad table either ask for a table change or go to a different room. I've played all...
Javiers is completely forgettable
Phil Ruffin is amazing:
We don't have kids either so I just book whenever I want. She's always invited, of course.
Most newer casino developments don't have a lot of rooms with 2 beds because folks who typically (but not always) use them aren't big spenders....
And from a profitability perspective many of those players are paying for their rooms, food and shows.
If I remember correctly, you tend to stay DT, right? If so, I'd do Andiamo's at the D. They have Italian and steak.
I eat at Julian Serrano pretty much every trip. It always satisfies.
I prefer bravo over poker atlas because it typically gives the most up to date information. It can also include any special tourneys.
Yes and Yes.
I'm a winning poker player who, expect in rare occasions, stays away from pit games. Sometimes I play video poker at bars, but...
IMO Monte Carlo has the best newbie friendly poker room on the strip.
I agree with this post.
I got 100 points. Casinos never love us poker players. Oh well better than nothing.
My las vegas mornings almost always consist of me getting an oatmeal at the Monte Carlo McDonald's. I'd rather splurge on dinner.
The real answer is across the street at Monte Carlo. It's a super friendly room and they run 1/2 and 2-6 spread limit games. Great room for...
Great post, Ken. You get it.
I've never stayed in a Hooters room, but the casino isn't horrible. Certainly not a grade A grody joint.
Don't let the night club fool you - Hakkasan is a legit Michelin star caliber restaurant.
get the poser ramen at Yusho.
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