August 27, 2019 AccessVegas.com Insider Vibe

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – Summer #2 (what the rest of you call fall) is just around the corner. The 10 day forecast shows temps dropping from the mid-100’s F to the high 90’s just as we get into September. Which is a prelude to our best month of the year: October!

Highs in the 80’s and cool overnight temps around 60 make October Goldilocks weather: Not too hot, not too cold, but just right. Plus, although we also have a very pleasant Spring Time (Summer #1, or temps that many of you would consider normal summer temps), fall rarely has the desert wind issues we see in the Spring.

Plus, football is starting. For us sports fans, it doesn’t get much better than that.

Our Pick For NFL Viewing In Vegas – Sure, you can bet in a number of states now. But, not with the atmosphere of Las Vegas. Our best place to watch the NFL? The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center (basically a square block behind The D) is having their free viewing parties once again this year. They have something like a 72′ screen, sound that practically puts you in the huddle, and food and beverage for sale.

The best part is that admission is absolutely free. Although, tables and man caves are available for a fee. If hockey is more your speed, they also do selected Vegas Golden Knights watch parties throughout the year.

Video Poker Tipping Tips – Some of you are aware that most casinos don’t particularly regale video poker players. Your play doesn’t get as many comps, and lately the crush has been on to limit your drinks. Not for our members! Here’s your important tips:

Many casinos are using bartop video poker machines with lights on the back that literally tell the bartender if you are playing enough to get another free drink. And, if you are pounding away at the machine, the odds are very high that you won’t suffer for drinks (unless you are really wanting to reach happy-land quickly)! 

HOWEVER, if you are playing with a friend and get distracted, or perhaps have a game on TV you are involved with (your fave team, or just a game you bet on), and your play slows a bit, you may fall outside of your drink comp allowance. The fix is something you should have been doing all along anyway to insure great service from your bartender when you settle in for an extended run at the bartop video poker games.

When you sit down, tip the bartender $5 on your first drink. I like to fold it in half the long way, and then bend it back so it just has a slight crease in it. So that it will stand up in the tip glass the bartender is putting your comp receipts in, or so that when you put it on their side of the bar as a tip, it stands out (and stands up a little bit). This makes sure they don’t miss it!

See, the bartenders at many casinos still have a fair amount of leeway. Whether it be serving you another drink even if the light on the machine hasn’t clicked into the green zone for you, or pouring you a “player friendly” serving on drinks which they actually hand-pour (and don’t come out of a gun). And, you are simply buying their attention. If you and three other patrons need drinks refreshed, who do you want them coming to take care of first? You, of course!

Hear me on this one: You’ll make your $5 back in better drinks, more drinks, and quicker service in most cases. (I say most, because you always have a few curmudgeons out there who will simply trudge away at their job, counting the minutes until break time. That is life).

PS Keep tipping $1 per drink after that. The initial $5 is to get their attention and get on their good side from the start of your gambling festivities!

We Can Call It The Sahara Again – By the time it matters to you, The SLS will have formally become The Sahara again. Not a minute too soon for the new owners who are evidently being hit with a demand for money covering the months after the sale that the hotel still had the SLS brand on it. (SLS is a nightlife and hospitality brand out of Los Angeles. They are the ones who couldn’t make a go out of their Sahara re-branding and remodel).

In somewhat related news, Hooters Las Vegas (hotel) has been sold to another company which will be renaming it as well. Hooters has often been thought of as “off Strip”. However, the reality is that the property sits directly across the street from the porte cochere at MGM Grand. Which means that nearly half of the MGM Grand (and we’re not even including the long hike to The Signature at MGM Grand towers) is FARTHER away from The Strip than Hooters is!

If Hooters simply isn’t a good fit for your stay, so be it. We have no horse in that race. However, if the only reason you don’t consider it is distance from The Strip, you may wish to think again.

$101 Bottle Service – Speaking of… SLS, er Sahara Las Vegas’ Club 101 is offering a $101 bottle service special. If you’re not a clubber and otherwise don’t care, this is why it is important to you:

If this is indicative of them making an effort to be cost conscious, then we’re headed in the right direction. The previous owner had a “build it and they will come” mentality. (And, also evidently mistook the thought that people loyal to his Los Angeles brand would simply HAVE to stay at his Las Vegas property as well).

The Sahara owner also already owns a sister property in Reno. As we’ve reported, that one does well despite the fact that it is locationally challenged. Possibly due to the fact that their offerings are value-conscious as well. If they do some “easy on the wallet” moves that make it worth the inexpensive monorail ride up that way, of course we’ll be right on top of letting you know!

Spandex Nation – We get pretty regular requests for people looking to find a lounge and lounge music. (Hint: Le Cabaret Bar at Paris Las Vegas). I enjoy the lounge music myself, but grew up on 80’s rock/metal. If that is your thing and you are around on most Thursday, Friday, or Saturday nights, you are in luck. Spandex Nation plays all of your fave hits (with a look to match) at Level Up (MGM Grand) Thursdays from 1 PM to 1 AM and then they move downtown for Friday and Saturday, Starting at 10 PM until 2 AM (with breaks for the Fremont Street Experience Light show at the top of each hour).

Karaoke – If singing tunes yourself is more your style (or simply enjoying a couple of drinks while you enjoy watching those who try), the “must do” stalwart is Ellis Island, just a cheap mile-long Uber ride (don’t walk it at night) from Bellagio down East Flamingo. Seven nights a week, the fun starts at 9 PM and goes well into the late night.

If you are around South Strip and want to stay put, MGM’s Level Up also currently features karaoke Monday nights from 8:30 PM to 1:00 AM. Perfect for right after Monday Night Football ends, which is right around their start time here on the west coast. You can probably catch the game at Level Up and then just stay put!

Hope you areenjoying this issue!

Founder
AccessVegas.com



Las Vegas Shows

Featuring more than 50 electrifying illusions packed into a 70-minute Las Vegas extravaganza, internationally renowned magician Hans Klok brings his award-winning, world-class magic to Excalibur Hotel & Casino with his new production, Hans Klok: The World’s Fastest Magician.

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While there are many places who claim to have Gluten-Free menus in Las Vegas, there are some that are DEFINITELY better than others at making SURE you have a SAFE gluten-free experience. The restaurants listed FIRST, have passed OUR gluten-free test, in that we have eaten there at least 3 times, and had an EXCELLENT, symptom-free experience each of those times.

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Las Vegas Gambling

Sunday evening was a lucky night for a gambler at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. For the sixth time since its inception late last year, The Millionaire Progressive crowned another winner.

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The historic Hotel Apache is officially back open for business at Binion’s Gambling Hall in downtown Las Vegas. The original hotel opened in 1932.

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Members Mania

When visiting Vegas we DO stay hydrated with water, we DO NOT jaywalk. We know from experience, you can take pictures in the casinos with a cell phone, but video gets you a tap on the shoulder, by some big dude with no neck, with the ever so polite warning to “turn it off”… um, OK.

My question is, are there any other rules or Vegas faux pas we should be aware of to make our trips safer, or more enjoyable for guests and employees? I submit, “don’t be an A-hole” should be rule number one whether you are a tourist or club bouncer. I don’t think I am alone, if I say, tourists are somewhat misguided by propaganda, movies and media when it comes to what is acceptable and unacceptable.

My second question is, where is the line between decent and indecent? And does it vary from property to property. Casino workers, club servers and go-go dancers often give the illusion of being scantily clad even though they are usually very well covered compared to the bachelorette party girls in their postage stamp dresses. This makes me wonder about special events, theme parties and dress codes for the pool. Do groups of women hail cabs on the strip wearing lace negligee and heels when they are going to the Midsummer’s Night Dream party? Do the hotels provide a “clothing check”, or lockers for party goers to get into character?

For such things it would be good to be “in the know” before you show up looking like the dopey tourist you are, but are trying not to be.

Thanks to you and your team for the good work you do.

Steve M.

 

Ted Responds:

As far as blatant no-no’s, most of it is common sense. Unfortunately, you are correct: Because of the crazy movies and music videos out there, people really do think that absolutely anything goes as far as both behavior and dress!

Casino personnel are pretty tolerant of drunken antics which don’t interfere with the game, damage anything, or bother other players. They have learned to be pretty good babysitters. Having said that, if you feel like you did something out-of-line or stupid and you catch it, tipping is a really nice way to say “sorry”. Security is only really going to show up if someone is really causing a problem.

Some of the more “innocent” things like using both hands to roll the dice at crap or to handle your cards in a “dealt from the deck” blackjack game are far more likely to raise casino ire than some basic drunken antics. Touching a cocktail waitress (even non-sexually) is taken pretty seriously and should be avoided. It should go without saying that grabbing her anatomy WILL be on camera and WILL get you (most likely) in legal trouble. Or at the very least asked to leave that property for a good long time. (Perhaps forever).

Knocking over a waitresses drinks because you are drunk and not paying attention? That better come with a profuse apology and (at minimum) a $40 apology tip to her.

If members have more specific thoughts or questions on this aspect, be sure to reach out (use the form link on the members area, or hit Reply to your notification email).

So… half or nearly nekkid. Excellent question as well!

I have a high school classmate in her early 50’s who has yet to visit Las Vegas. (I know… poor thing). A few female co-workers recently returned from their Vegas getaway, and told her about looking into the hotel and seeing STRIPPERS!

At first, I was befuddled. THEN… I realized to some nice people from the rest of America, the scantily clad go-go dancers in the party pits (complete with poles on the stage) probably looked like strippers to them!

Note: I confess to being so jaded. I’m a straight, early-50’s male who loves nice-looking women. However, when I’m with friends from out-of-town, their head is snapping left and “look at her, look at her” right and I’m not even noticing.

Yes, the casinos don’t want to lose their gaming licenses and when you take a good look, the dancing dealers and go-go dancers and similar actually are not THAT uncovered. Lots of cleavage? Check. Dentil floss up their behind? NO. Something that is close to revealing their nipples or crotch area? Absolutely not. Not even something that COULD turn into a wardrobe malfunction.

Per Clark County nudity laws, crotch and nipples covered are what the visitors are supposed to stick to. How much a casino allows is up to the casino. Hard Rock has hosted the adult porn convention a number of years now. You’ll see some pretty skimpy-dressed attendees in the casino and common areas. However, if someone is taking it too far, they will hear from security.

This year’s Playboy Midsummer Night’s Dream was in July at Marquee Nightclub (Cosmo). Since it is past, and I did not attend, I’m not sure of the coat, bag clothing check options. However, I have to assume they had that covered (no pun intended). If one is attending such an event, the venue should have info. Including a possible warning on what NOT to wear though the casino!

What someone chooses to wear in transit is pretty much up to them. Cab, Uber, and limo drivers have seen it all. Honestly, that stuff just does not phase those of us in the industry anymore!

Per the bachelorette parties and club-going females: Ya… they often wear dresses that don’t cover very much. And, a fair number of people will vouch for the fact that they go out sand underwear. When they are tipsy and careless, it doesn’t take much more than a trip, stumble, bending over at an awkward angle to deal with a misbehaving high heel, you name it to reveal more than they might have been anticipating.

These “oops” moments are treated as accidents and don’t warrant casino action. (Outside of one security guard telling another in the break room that he saw a bit more of a guest than anticipated!)

Really, it comes down to intent. A hooker or someone being an overt exhibitionist showing too much? They will probably get the attention of Metro (our police force) or security. A barely-there dress (which otherwise covers everything it should except for oops moments) or something that is borderline lingerie but otherwise isn’t showing all the goods?

This is Las Vegas!

Hope this helps…


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Las Vegas Tours And Attractions

Business is booming in Downtown Las Vegas’ Arts District. It has seen substantial growth over the past few years. And now, a new high-profile brewery is set to open there soon. One of the original businesses to make a mark in the the area is Makers & Finders, a coffee house located near Main St. and Charleston Blvd.

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Las Vegas Sports

It may not be the size of their new stadium across I-15 from Mandalay Bay, but the Raiders new headquarters already dominates the skyline around Henderson Executive Airport.

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August 6, 2019 AccessVegas.com Insider Vibe

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – Yes, this is a recent picture of me. A decade ago, I published a photo along with the column. We all change with time and age, so that was removed and we never got back to doing another one. Until now. Sometimes it is better to let people have their own picture in their mind. However, what the heck. Don’t you want to hear about Las Vegas from a guy who lives here and looks like he does?!?

Pro Hydration/No Hangover Tips and Reminder – It may cool off where you live, but we’re still in the 100’s and Sept. will be in the 90’s. I’ve noted this before, but if you come back to your room tipsy, just down some tap water. Quite a bit of it. You are already more dehydrated than you know.

Ya, our tap water has lots of minerals in it. So, it doesn’t taste awesome. You know what is worse than the taste of our tap water? Feeling horrible the next morning because your body spend all night dehydrating even more, instead of absorbing the water you should have been chugging down.

The pro tip? Pick up some Gatorade at the CVS/Walgreens and keep it in your room. When you get in at night, guzzle some down to make room. Go put ice in the bottle, cap it, and shake to chill. Drink it down in the next 10 minutes while you unwind. You’ll have a MUCH better day the next day. Don’t want to lose any valuable time in Vegas!

Of course it works. I’ve lived here 26 years. I practice what I preach (granted, in the comfort of my own home once the night is through).

In-Room Coffee Hack – Time to dust this one off and give you a revision. As many people like to have their coffee in their hotel room prior to getting the day on, and few rooms here in Las Vegas offer coffee makers anymore, and the trek down to get some yourself often being a 15 minute tour, some resort to actually BUYING a coffee maker and coffee and just leaving it for the maid to take home when they leave.

If you have a car and are already hitting Walmart, this is a solid idea. An old-school coffee maker, filters, and coffee combined will run you under $25. If you are thinking of doing this on The Strip, it depends how much the time and money savings may affect you. A call to the CVS at Bally’s just told us that a Mr. Coffee (simple old-school coffee maker) is $37.00. Just the coffee maker.

So, it is up to you how much you value your time and effort and having to leave your hotel room first thing to grab coffee. Plus, the longer your visit, the more this idea becomes economical!

ALSO, if you DON’T have to have Starbucks, they have coffee at the bar. Ask them how much (money) and how much (size of coffee). See if that works for you as well!

Which Outlet Mall – We get somewhat regular questions about the outlet malls! One is downtown, and the other is South Strip. Both are available on the Trip To Strip ride service, and the north one is on the free Downtown Loop.

Note: Read this week’s Members Mania for updates, feedback, and info on both!

As they are run by the same companies (although not all of the same tenants), I’d say to pick the closer one. With the understanding that the downtown one is outdoors and the South mall is indoors and climate controlled. Making longer browsing sessions more enjoyable.

Caesars New CEO Drawing The Line – On resort fees, that is. The new CEO of Caesars entertainment (Tony Rodio) has publicly come out stating that resort fee increases are going to basically hit a wall, and that they are NOT looking at future increases. This in light of MGM Resorts increasing the fees at three of their top properties.

I see this as good news for the consumer and a shot-across-the-bow. I feel that MGM Resorts, in light of many quarters of struggling to meet earnings expectations, has taken a “scorched earth” approach. Empty as many pockets as possible now, and hope that sports and conventions fill rooms in the future because they are pissing off the gamblers.

I’ve long noted that if Caesars got sold to people who value gamblers and have experience with gamblers (which the new parent company Eldorado does), we could see a deep line in the sand between the two “giants of The Strip”. If your same play will get you a “no resort fee” comped room at Caesars properties and a “$40 resort fee” comped (if you can actually call that a comp) room at MGM properties, word will spread quickly.

As we’re here and on top of this kind of info for you, we’ll be one of the first spreading it!!!

Hope you are enjoying this issue!

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Las Vegas Shows

Mat Franco has proven it can take a long time to make something work, even for a short time. His latest act took two years to develop. As he says, “It’s two years of work crammed into 50 seconds.”

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Las Vegas Dining

High above Las Vegas, offering some of the best views of the valley is The STRAT’s so-called ‘Skypod,’ which is perched more than 1,000 feet in the air and features an indoor/outdoor Observation Deck.

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The days of gangsters running around downtown Las Vegas might be over, but mob history enthusiasts can now take advantage of a new VIP package.

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Members Mania

We used the RTC Trip To Strip for our group of 7 from the airport to Bally’s and loved it! No surge pricing and no fighting the crowds at the Lyft/Uber pickup spot. Their app is very similar to the other ride share services.

They could have been a little clearer on the pickup spot at LAS. From baggage claim, go down to level zero and head out to the bus lot. They have dedicated spots on the very end. Our driver was very patient on the phone while he talked us through finding him. He waited long after a ride share driver would have bolted.

Big, clean, comfortable vans. Much more convenient than having to take two different vehicles for a group of our size. Another great recommendation from Access Vegas!

Jeff Harkness

 

Ted Responds:

I recently told our members about the new “ride share” shuttle by our local Regional Transportation Commission. We’re glad to see that the advice is already helping people!

For those new to the classroom, this service is 24/7, can handle up to 11 passengers, has one pricing structure (no surge pricing), and these are premium vans.

The service area is impressive. All of downtown and The Strip, Palace Station, Silverton, Orleans, Hard Rock (soon to be Virgin) and surrounding properties*, North and South Outlet Malls, South Point, Rio/Gold Coast/Palms, convention center, Westgate, Las Vegas Blvd between Strip and Downtown (Pawn Stars, Strat, Arts District, Smith Center, Neon Museum), and of course… McCarran Airport.

* Thomas and Mack center is NOT on their list. However, it is a 1/2 mile walk from Hard Rock Hotel. Or, even closer is being dropped off at 4600 Paradise Road.

Here’s a couple of links you need to know:

How To Use The Trip To Strip Service

Official Trip To Strip Site and App Downloads

Also, when downtown the absolutely FREE Downtown Loop will get you around to nearly all of the extended area of things to do and see. Either way, don’t forget to tip your drivers. A buck a person or $5 for a larger group is really appreciated. Especially when you factor in the savings.


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When you think of Las Vegas, you almost definitely think of the Strip. I’m here to tell you that – you don’t have to do that.

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(Producers Notes) Just a short shuttle drive from The Skywalk, Guano Point at Grand Canyon West gives you some of the most stunning views of the Grand Canyon. A unique feature of this viewpoint is that at 4,500 ft. above the canyon floor, you are able to behold unobstructed, 360 degree views of the West Rim.

Check out our tours!

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SLS Renaming Back To Sahara Drone Light Show Event

This was done recently to celebrate the return of the famed name to the hotel!


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  • Vegas Super Secret Specials Spreadsheet is available here:

    Spreadsheet Version

    Either click to view or right-click to download. It is growing each week, so always check out the latest edition!

    Keep in mind that specials are always subject to change. That is why we list the phone number for each restaurant or bar. Please DO call ahead to confirm the offer continues to be valid. Players Card May Be Required For Some Specials. If you find an offer that has ended, alert us at [email protected] and we’ll give you 50% off your membership dues next year for the help if you are the first to report it!

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  • Members Mania! – We share the answers to great Vegas questions with all of our Premium Members, helping everyone who pitches in with a premium membership. Plus great visitor feedback that you can learn from. This will be right here in almost every issue.
  • The True Inside ScoopAccessVegas.com CEO Ted Newkirk has been writing “Newkirk’s Notes” for upwards of two decades, giving members the true inside guide to everything that is going on in Las Vegas. Valuable information from someone in the know to save you time and money!  This will be right here in almost every issue.



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