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Park MGM Questions

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by shawnj1, Feb 26, 2019.

  1. shawnj1

    shawnj1 Low-Roller

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    Upcoming stay at Park MGM, which I have never been too (nor MC). Couple (bunch) of questions..

    - Closest place to get quick, non Starbucks coffee? Coffee is a must but I am not a fan of Starbucks and don't want to waste time sitting down for Breakfast at Primrose or places like that.

    - CVS. I believe there is a CVS near? I would like to get some booze and recovery food/drink. Where is the nearest CVS or similar option?

    - Quick food - Any good options at Park MGM or within a few minutes walk? Not a big fan of wasting time sitting at restaurants while in Vegas. Suggestions there or near by?

    - Myvegas - Wrong section, I know.. But we all have a few Myvegas rewards to redeem ( Top golf, Free Play, Drinks, Shows) Do we just need to show they Players club at the appropriate casino to redeem or is it something that has to be printed?

    - Top Golf - We are planning on going to top golf late morning/early afternoon. I have been to top golf but not in LV. Any recommendations? Any food/drink specials they have before the busy time? Also I noticed they have a pool there... Does anyone use it? Looking for recommendations in general.

    - Gambling - Does anyone know if Park has Video Roulette and Bubble craps? Girlfriend loves both, but not real tables.

    Any suggestions in general are appreciated. We haven't been for a while and are mostly looking to drink and gamble! Thanks!
     
  2. Headache 21

    Headache 21 Low-Roller

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    I believe there's good coffee at Eataly. Should have some good grab and go food options there too.

    There's a CVS right next to the property.

    Myvegas rewards are cashed in at the mlife desk at the hotel in each property.
     
  3. bshowell

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    CVS is literally right next door. Easy walk. Fairly quick food options are available around the NYNY area and in NYNY itself. Or even across the bridge at Excalibur.
     
  4. davehughes123

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    Very good Lavazza coffee at Eataly. CVS is right around the corner and easily walkable. Quick food options are super limited. Maybe walk over to Aria to the burger place right outside of the poker room or 550 Pizza? Also some quicker options at the Park between Park MGM and NYNY. Park MGM has both video roulette and bubble craps.
     
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  5. shawnj1

    shawnj1 Low-Roller

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    Awesome, Thanks for the help.
     
  6. romeocasido

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    I stayed at Park MGM recently

    For CVS, go through the casino and head to the strip by going through Eatly (a large open italian themed upscale cafeteria) and exit the doors going outside. Turn left for the CVS

    Turning right will lead you towards the Park which has a lot of casual dining like California Pizza Kitchen and Bruxie. I definitely recommend you try bruxie, it's a fried chicken and waffle place... Park MGMs only casual dining is this friend chicken sandwich place as well. It's pretty hidden.

    Park MGM is connected to the Aria and through the aria you can cross the street to Planet Hollywood. That has a mall and a whole bunch of casual and budget friendly eating options and activities.

    Yeah it does have electronic tables. I love those things too. i play the bubble craps. only because my betting is so random and nonsensical that i'd rather not have people witness it. I bet by feeling.

    Top golf is fun, i always recommend it as an activity. My opinion is to take a lyft there. The pool is super small and i don't think i've been there during the summer season. I would just use the park mgm pool if I were you. I heard that all top golfs look relatively the same. however i think this top golf has a sports book.
     
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  7. Paul K

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    As an FYI, Eataly might be a quick bite to eat, however, it is expensive. It is basically a store for people who think that Whole Food's shoppers are a little too poor.
     
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    Two other quick options are follow the walkway to Aria (all inside)
    550 Pizza and Burger Lounge are right near the entrance from Park MGM and decent food.
     
  9. Headache 21

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    There's also a shake shack right next door in NYNY
     
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  10. Ken D

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    Though I will be trying the new options in Park MGM on my next stay, the location is excellent for being in the middle of many good and reasonable restaurant options. I'll add Bobby's Burger Palace, Tom's Urban, and Beerhaus to what has already been listed. It is also not too far to go to the new food hall in Cosmo.
     
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    Yum, Shake Shack! I don't think they open until 11, though. So, it won't help for coffee. Their cheese sauce is absolutely TO DIE FOR! Put it ON EVERYTHING!
     
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    Check the Greenwich deli inside NYNY.
     
  13. miss_sonja

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    LaVazza coffee is really good. Line was always shorter than Starbucks too.

    Eataly has quick eats. I only dined at Best Friend-which was delish-but not fast. Many close spots though, easy to get to from Park.