Location kind of sucks in terms of being pretty far south, but you can grab a $10 cab ride up the strip or ride the monorail way up north ($$). My wife and I almost always stay there b/c the tables have been relatively kind and there's always a ton of food options regardless of your mood. Drunk at 3am? McDonald's and something else should be open in the food court. They almost always have 2-3 different Starbucks open, from what I can tell. Craftsteak and Shibuya are solid options. If you want to spend quite a bit, Joel Robuchon is supposed to be fantastic. We're from Texas, and my wife has cajun blood on one side of her family, so we didn't think Emeril's was anything special. It wasn't bad, but we won't be back. I haven't had anything from Wolfgang Puck's that I didn't enjoy -- btw, the mac and cheese is great, but super rich and filling. My wife and I split that as one of our sides, and we still didn't finish it. They still have the $5 blackjack machines that pay 3:2, unless they changed those (note: I have no idea why they would change the tables before the machine, but maybe because they don't have to pay a dealer to work the machines?). Whiskey Down is one of my favorite places to play video poker, despite the sub-optimal paytables (Tringlo says stick with 9/5 DDB for quarters). Considering what they're willing to comp you, and the amount you would otherwise pay for that liquor, it's worth the investment. Only once have I gotten a surly bartender who didn't seem to want to offer me a refill despite me obviously tipping $5 for a drink. Everyone else there was glad to talk about whiskey, rye, scotch, whatever. Nice, big pool, as others have stated. This is really rambly, sorry. Daddy needs coffee.