May 22, 2018 AccessVegas.com Insider Vibe

Newkirk’s Notes

Hello From Las Vegas! – Well, the big news in these parts is that our NHL expansion team Golden Knights are headed to the Stanley Cup finals. Yes, yes, I get it. Hockey is a niche sport, and if you didn’t grow up around it, or you don’t live in an NHL city, you probably don’t care. I’ll have to admit — although I watched just about every game from the very first one here — I had a learning curve. I’m still trying to get used to having two halftimes!

However, they are our team. Born here in Las Vegas. For a transient city that so many dismiss as a plausible place to even live, it has done wonders for our community. Huge viewing parties drawing thousands of people have taken place outside the Red Rock, The D, and outside of the actual arena. (Due to the high-tech nature of the new arena, they can actually display the game on the side of the arena).

If you want to attend history, we have PRIME seats available for games in both cities. Note: I didn’t say they were cheap! This is a historic Stanley Cup finals. Head on over to Tickets.AccessVegas.com and see what is still available!

If the Golden Knights win the championship, sportsbooks are going to take a bath. The team was given odds of 500-1 chance to win it all before the season began, and plenty of people put money down. If nothing else, figuring the ticket would be a souvenir to put thing into perspective, a $20 bet at 500-1 will payoff $10,000. That is not a typo.

Must Do Before You Visit – As credit card companies continue to want to reduce their exposure to fraudulent charges, it is getting more and more likely that you’ll at least get a “Did you just spend this much in this location” text, if not having larger purchases declined altogether. (Plus, that text won’t do any good if you’re low on battery and have had to turn your phone off).

While seasoned travelers have been following this advice for years, we can’t overemphasize the importance of calling your credit card companies (the ones you’ll be using on the trip), and alerting them that you’ll be vacationing in a certain city on certain dates. It only takes a few minutes, and is far less of a hassle then just finishing a very expensive meal at one of our fine restaurants, only to be told your card is declined. (Which will result in you having to call the credit card anyway, answer security questions, and assure them that you are indeed making the charge).

Barry Manilow Residency Tickets Now On Sale! – The ageless Manilow is pumped up about his return to Las Vegas, which will be at the Westgate (the previous Las Vegas Hilton, conveniently located from almost anywhere on The Strip via the monorail). We have great prices on tickets here: Barry Manilow Las Vegas Tickets

Outdoor Music Festivals Will Return To The Strip – Ever since the Oct. 1 shooting, no one has staged a major outdoor concert on The Strip. That will change on Sept. 22 when the iHeartRadio Daytime Stage show will take place on the Las Vegas Festival grounds, which are across from SLS(ahara). Given that the festival grounds are surrounded by the towers of the Hilton Grand Vacations, SLS, and Allure (condo), I have to imagine new precautions are being taken, and Metro (police) will have sharp-shooters on hand to immediately take out anyone who would try to recreate the Oct. 1 tragedy.

Bonus Tip: Be Prepared For This Unexpected Charge – We’re now hearing that hotels are putting a charge/hold of up to $300 on your card when you check in. To assure coverage for any damage or incidentals. Oh, and then remember you will be dinged for that resort fee upon checkout. (I call it the “adding insult to injury” fee). If you are coming with a card that has a modest limit available, you need to keep all of this in mind.

Debit cards are certainly welcome in Las Vegas. However, keep a couple of things in mind: They lack the protection many credit cards offer, and when the hotel puts that check-in hold on your card, they actually grab the cash out of the account! Whereas on the credit card, they just make a charge which they refund you a few days after your stay.

Feedback On Park MGM (former Monte Carlo) Pouring In – Before you consider staying at the “new” Park MGM, and paying what MGM Resorts plans to charge for rooms (or even deciding to take a comp there instead of another MGM property), here is what you need to know:

– The new rooms have virtually no storage. Unlike a traditional hotel room with drawers under the TV, the TV is now mounted on a thin ledge with nothing under it. The only real storage is a couple of small drawers in the closet.

– The bathroom and the closet share the same “barn door” (sliding door). So, when someone is using the bathroom, essentially the closet is “open” by default. Evidently, they didn’t pay attention to visitor dissatifaction with similar sliding bathroom doors at SLS and in the Premium rooms at Gold Coast, where we’re told that when the door is closed, there is still a small gap.

– Numerous pictures hang over the bed. They essentially look like someone went into a five-and-dime and picked out random pictures. This isn’t a deal-breaker. We’re just letting you know.

– They took out the resort-type pool and essentially have installed a number of oversized lap pools. I’ve seen it. Hate it. Nobody likes it. I don’t know whose bright idea this was, but it isn’t very asthetic nor does it does not make you feel like you are at a resort pool area.

– We’re now hearing that all Park MGM check-ins are done through a kiosk. (Unless you are VIP). Which would mean you have no chance of talking to a human, who understands the property, and would be able to grant you a minor special request about the location needs you’d prefer.

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Las Vegas Shows

Giada De Laurentiis, celebrity chef, was spotted attending Mat Franco – Magic Reinvented Nightly at The LINQ Las Vegas on March 24. De Laurentiss was seen enjoying the awe-inspiring performance of the twice-voted “Best Magic Show” in Las Vegas. Following the show, De Laurentiis and her family were treated to an exclusive VIP meet and greet with Mat Franco for photos and to express their enjoyment of the show.

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Las Vegas Dining

The great American buffet — with its endless plates of prime rib, shrimp, pasta, pizza and more — is a tradition that originated in Las Vegas in 1946. Famed Las Vegas publicist Herb McDonald, who was a pioneering force behind El Rancho, the first hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, inadvertently created the nation’s first buffet by lining up a plate of sandwich fixings for hungry gamblers.

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I crept along the rust-colored rock, carefully navigating jagged shelves and mini craters. Around me, the Aztec sandstone rose in stunning formations, as if an artist had created a copper jungle of boulders, using unfathomable balance and a good dose of flair.

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So, I’m a pretty heavy Vegas user, but I’ve never stayed at Silverton Casino. My girlfriend wants to give it a go for a weekend for a change of pace.

Matthew Tabor

 

Ted Responds:

This was from Facebook, and I’m actually going to turn it over to David Young, who gave an answer that not only was as good as I could give, but that I completely concur with!

The only thing I’m going to add is that if down in that area, The Bootlegger is a must. It is on Las Vegas Blvd just past the last of the Souhtern Outlet Mall complex. This is a legendary Las Vegas Italian restaurant and bar. It features live entertainment nightly, but the local’s know to show up on Monday nights. Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns play 7:30-9:00 PM, and then Kelly Clinton’s Open Mike Night kicks in. As the evening progresses, performers and celebs from various Las Vegas shows either take the mic to do some live karaoke, or simply pepper the audience with their presence.

The Silverton is my place. I love it there. Nothing special or elegant, but affordable with $5 tables. They do monitor your drinks at the table though. You’re lucky to get 1 every 20 minutes on a Friday or Saturday night. Week nights are better and the drink nazi waitress isn’t working. They are great with their rewards card. Haven’t paid for a room in over a year. Usually get 5 comp nights a month.

The cafe is excellent. Buffet is just OK. $2.50 Miller lights at the bar.

Cabana prices at the pool are great. $75 weekdays and $100 weekends. All in the form of minimum food and beverage purchase.

It’s about a $20 Uber ride to the strip. Plenty of free parking if you have a car.

Cracker Barrel is in the same parking lot if you like that. Lots of stuff across the street (just west past Dean Martin Drive and Valley View Blvd). Big Lots, In-N-Out, Del Taco, 7-11, Chipotle, Ross, Target (Starbucks inside), tons more. Big locals shopping district, locals prices. Pretty much just across the freeway from South Outlet Mall.

More of a family friendly atmosphere with a lodge theme. If you’re looking to get wild and crazy, definitely not the place. If you’re looking to relax and have a good time, I recommend it!

Also, a good happy hour at the bar next to the mini bowling. They also have a high end restaurant.

David Young

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The picture was of an AR-15 rifle mounted with a magnification scope and sitting atop bipod legs, perhaps because the murderous coward desired it to be further from the 32nd floor window so as to hide all the smoke and flashes.

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If you wondered what happend to all of the lions at the MGM Grand’s lion exhibit, they are alive and well and on display to the public just a few minutes from the M Resort.


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May 8, 2018 AccessVegas.com Insider Vibe

Newkirk’s Notes

Hello From Las Vegas! – It looks like our last day of “spring” was this past Tuesday (May Day). It rained much of the day, with highs in the 50’s. Which is likely the most chilly day we’ll see until October. Expect 90’s the next couple of months until we hit the scorchers of July and August! Hey, at least we don’t shovel sunshine. We’re hearing from people who had a horrible winter, and are planning a summer trip here with no second thoughts!

Update On Our New Facebook Page – We’ve started our new subscriber-only Facebook page to a nice response. Here are the details you need to know:

– We did our best to send everyone on our subscriber list an invite to join the page. It certainly isn’t mandatory! But, we’d love to have you.

– If you didn’t get an invite and you want in (and, you have a Facebook account), please go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/AccessVegasVibeMembers; and request to join. It will ask you for the email address you get our member/newsletter notifications, which we will use to cross-reference and let you in.

– This will not be a replacement for anything we’re doing right now. This is an additional new membership benefit!

– I will be frequenting the group. We’re also in the process of inviting other Las Vegas experts to take part. You’ll know who they are, because their post will note them as a certified expert. Please understand that if a day or two goes by between you asking or commenting on something and us replying, we are not ignoring you. None of us can hang out in there 24/7!

– The amount of posting will depend on the news of interest coming out of Las Vegas that I have a tip, idea, or comment to add to. Some days, that may be quite a few. Or, I may go days without finding something worth sharing.

– By default, Facebook will not show every post in your time line. If you want to make sure you don’t miss any posts, you can click the Notifications button at the top of the group and request that all posts get shown in your time line on Facebook.

– Starting soon, we’ll be posting a link to the Facebook post regarding a story — including my comments on the story — alongside the news stories we’re posting here. So, you’ll have multiple opportunities to read my helpful notes or chime in yourself!

Hard Rock Name Swap? – As we reported previously, the Hard Rock Hotel Casino (not actually owned by Hard Rock International) on Harmon has been sold to Richard Branson’s Virgin company and will be renamed by the end of next year. The Hard Rock Cafe on that location looks to be going bye-bye. However, rumor is heavy that Hard Rock International corporation is looking to buy the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Which would be a great fit for their rock n’ roll brand.

MGM Resorts just dumped off Mandalin Oriental to the tune of $214 million (new owner has not yet been made public), but MGM has played down an interest in buying Wynn Resorts. We’re pretty sure The Rio continues to be chronically for sale with no takers.

By the way, one of the best and most overlooked views in Las Vegas is the Manderin Lounge on the 23rd floor of Manderin Oriental. It does come with a price. We suggest business casual attire and the drinks are even more pricy than your usual “nice Strip hotel” prices.

“Old” Vegas Is Catching Up In More Ways Than One – The percentage of visitors who made it downtown to Fremont Street hit a modern-day record of 57% in 2017. (I say modern day because back when The Strip only had a couple of hotels on it, virtually every visitor went downtown). We’ve been preaching the looser slots (state statistic, not my opinion), better table game rules at many casinos (we’re looking at you Binion’s and your lousy 6-5 blackjack), and lower limits of downtown make it the place to gamble. Unless you are an adamant Strip visitor and feel it is worth the gambling they offer to get Strip comps.

However, house appreciation in the downtown adjacent areas is on fire also. (Something I predicted years ago, putting my money where my mouth was with a home acquisition in a downtown adjacent area that had yet to gentrify). My 89102 zip appreciated nearly 20% last year. Which lagged behind the 30% of the 89101. Better known as the downtown area of Las Vegas. And the 26% of the 89104, which is another downtown “old Vegas” group of neighborhoods.

For those thinking of relocating here, please keep in mind that these neighborhoods are not for everyone. We deal with some real city hustle and bustle. However, we also have everything Las Vegas offers at our fingertips.

A word of note: Areas north of the US 95 freeway that divides downtown have yet to gentrify (for the most part). Do I believe they will in the next few years? Yes. (Note: I’m not a real estate professional. Take my advice as opinion). However, many of those areas are still on the sketchy side. Which is why there are still some deals to be had. Like an 1800 sq. ft. fixer-upper 5 minutes from downtown (Fremont Street, Courthouse, City Hall) that just got sold at $150k when the median home price in our area is $240k.

Hint for Google Maps users: If you bring up Google Maps and simply (and only) type in a zip code, it will outline it for you on the map.

Hope you are enjoying this issue!


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Las Vegas Shows

The marquee lights on the iconic Las Vegas strip have not always been so bright. Decades ago, they glowed with the names of famous headliners like Tony Bennett and Wayne Newton, but the lights faded and the Strip came to be known as a place for performers to play their final shows.

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Las Vegas Dining

Domino’s, which has been bringing pizzas to doorsteps for more than half a century, will now deliver to the great outdoors. The pizza chain said Monday that its drivers can meet customers at U.S. beaches, parks and landmarks to hand over pizza, cheesy bread and other food on its menu.

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Las Vegas Tours And Attractions

There may be much to say about a 3.3 million-acre national park harboring destinations with names like “Badwater” and “Devil’s Golf Course.” But such natural oases of frontier life are rare these days and have much to offer to those adventurous enough to leave the safety of neon and traffic and travel to where roads end.

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Everytime I go to Vegas I rent a car for the week as my timeshare has great parking. My boyfriend is going for the first time with me (his second visit to Vegas). He doesn’t want to rent a car at all. Can you please leave me all your pros to having a car available to you so I can share with him more than just my person pros (ie… Grocery shopping, cheaper everything, cool off strip stuff). Feel free to share things you did you’re glad you had a car for.

Amy Casperson

 

Ted Responds:

Oh my, where to start:

You are going to be here a week. You can’t party your brains out for an entire week. You need to mix up Strip and Fremont Street days with getting out and seeing stuff.

– Natural wonders. Red Rock Canyon driving loop (13 miles) is awesome and 30 minutes away. Combine it with a visit to Bonnie Springs Old Nevada for lunch, which is just a couple more miles than Red Rock Park. Might as well check out Red Rock Casino when you are out that way.

Hoover Dam 40 minutes away. Worth seeing by itself. (Free parking up on the Arizona side if you want to cheap out). Book the top (cost) tour. You’ll be amazed.

Valley Of Fire 60 minutes away, and you drive around the park. (IE, no hiking unless you want to).

Grand Canyon West Rim is a bit over two hours by car. This is where the Skywalk and zipline are.

– You already mentioned groceries. However, restaurants (including good ones) just a few blocks from The Strip are SO much cheaper. For example, the lauded Herbs and Rye is one of the best steakhouses in town, and has a mixology program second-to-none.

And, they have two daily happy hours where EVERYTHING is 1/2 price!

In the first couple of miles of West Sahara (once you go under the freeway), you will find mom and pop restaurants of just about every ethnicity under the sun. Seriously, pull up Google Maps, zoom in on that area, and type restaurants.

If into Asian food, Chinatown is literally 5 minutes off The Strip. So many amazing, inexpensive, authentic places. Plus, home of the Golden Tiki bar that everyone talks about. (And, is a hangout of some Strip performers you might recognize, like Carrot Top).

M Resort is arguably the best buffet in town. Especially for the money. (Not cheap, not super expensive, high quality, great selections). Plus, M is a Strip Quality resort, and only about 10 minutes down the freeway from Strip.

Don’t want to travel that far? The new AYCE buffet at Palms is not very expensive, and getting rave reviews. (I have to confess we have yet to try it, but friends LOVE it).

– Off-Strip attractions. The Pinball museum is beyond amazing. Even if you are not remotely avid about pinball. They have hundreds of working arcade games from every decade.

If you want to do the gun shooting thing, The Gun Store is the place to do it. Not at one of the expensive near-strip places. Stuff like that.

– Much better gambling (if you gamble). The “Boulder Strip” area (Boulder Highway casinos like Skyline, Cannery, Sam’s Town, Boulder Station) have the loosest slots in Nevada. That is not my opinion. Because gaming taxes get reported to the state, the state releases the yearly numbers regarding what area (Strip, downtown, Reno, Boulder Strip, etc) has the loosest slots.

These casinos also have very low limit table games, with very friendly rules. You can’t screw over the locals or they won’t come back.

– Live like a local! We locals have it The Best! Sure, we can do anything on The Strip or downtown. However, we’re not limited. We’ve not penned into The Strip. And/or stuck just shuttling (or Ubering) our way from our lodging to The Strip and back.

It is the ultimate freedom. If you see something cool, or just want to turn this way or that way on this road or that road, there is no meter ticking.

Hope this helps!

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Where to eat and drink in Downtown Las Vegas

Where to Dine, Drink and Party in Downtown Las Vegas on East Fremont. Join us as we feature Therapy and Le Thai in this segment!

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Adventure to the Hoover Dam! Fun for Locals

(Producers Notes) Today, we drove out to bootleg canyon, and took the bike trail down to lake Mead. Once we got to Mead, we jumped on the Historic Hoover Dam railroad trail and rode out to the hoover dam. Such a fun trail for locals or anyone with access to a bicycle! Just have a car at the bottom, because riding back up sounds rough! These bike trails are located in Boulder City, Nevada.


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Latest Concerts Added
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