October 15, 2019 AccessVegas.com Insider Vibe

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – After a rare dip with temps in the upper 60’s, October is continuing “as advertised”. Loyal members know that I tout this as THE best time of year to visit regarding the weather, and this year isn’t disappointing anyone. (October is my birthday month, so I’m a little biased. And now, I’m not telling the date, I turn 54 this year, happy to have made it this far, but really prefer to keep it low-key).

The long-range forecast has us bouncing around the low 80’s and upper 70’s for the rest of the month. Humidity a super-comfy 15%, winds (with a couple of exceptions) under 10 mph, and a rain chance of exactly 0.00000% through the end of the month. While April has similar temps, our spring winds can knock your hat off. But really, there isn’t a horrible time to visit ever. Most even find our hot yet dry summers very tolerable.

Thought On Sports Betting – A number of episodes ago, Jason noted that he follows sports, but doesn’t sports bet as he’s not usually knowledgeable enough to feel like he’s making an informed bet.

It is nice to make informed bets. I’m a college football junkie, and I seriously only bet a few games per year. When I look at the line and go “No way, that is totally off”.

However, very common here in the land of Vegas (and something that I’m sure will spread) is making “TV Bets”. So, Sunday night football is on and your buddies have invited you to watch it at the local Hooters or cigar bar.

You have no interest in what team wins or loses.

That is where making a “TV Bet” comes in handy! Go ahead and bet a team for $11 or $22. Or enough to make it exciting without breaking the bank. I tend to like to bet the underdog so I take the points and start the game “ahead”.

Guess what: All of a sudden, you have a REAL rooting interest in the game. Because, if that team does well, your wallet does well! You’ve never rooted so hard in your life for a team you could not care less about, and know pretty much nothing about!

If you win, you cash the ticket. If you lose, you lost a few bucks while gaining 2-3 hours of solid entertainment and engagement as you rode the wave of the game’s ebbs-and-flows.

The Las Vegas Dome – No, that isn’t the name of a new stadium. Following in the footsteps of what Cosmo does in the winter, The Palms is covering their pool area from November through March to allow for “dayclub” pool parties and poolside nightlife with their KAOS club.

Honestly, this makes tons of sense. Las Vegas is tied with Phoneix as the second most sunny city in the US. (Yuma is #1 and Redding, CA is #2, with apologies to cities in the “sunshine” state of Florida). The problem isn’t lack of winter sun. We have plenty. At issue is the Dec/Jan highs averaging 57F and Nov/Feb highs of 63F. Neither of which screams “beer and bikinis”!

I wouldn’t be surprised if they didn’t host a major March Madness event in that area as well, before they bring the dome down. Sports betting may be popping up in more places, but where else can you get a suntan (through the glass dome) while drinking poolside (in a climate-controlled atmosphere) while you try to watch 8 basketball games at once!

Not to be outdone, Circa Las Vegas (former Las Vegas Club site) Derek Stevens has proclaimed that their pool area will be the greatest in the WORLD (rending below).

That remains to be seen. However, it WILL be the greatest pool in the world for sports fans. That raised white area at the edge of the pool? Ya… that’s going to be a HUGE (and that is an understatement) TV screen showing one or multiple games at once.

Diablos Expands – We generally don’t go heavy on the restaurant news. So many of them are interchangeable and (on The Strip) equally expensive. However, I know we have quite a few fans of Diablo’s. Formerly right on The Strip in front of Monte Carlo, it was relocated to Luxor. However, for those who don’t want that trek, a new location is also opening at The Mirage where LVB Burgers used to be. (If you are a long-time visitor, that is where the white tigers used to be).

Get Some Help On That Slot Machine! – I don’t know about you, but I can’t really make heads nor tails of many of the slot machines out there. (And, I’m in the business!). We stick our money in, the video things happen, and it tells us if we win or not.

Now… I confess to rarely playing the slots. I prefer blackjack and video poker. Both of which I can gauge fairly quickly regarding my chances to win*, and both of which give the player the option to maximize the chance of winning. I also like the very low house edge on the basic craps bets.

* With a video poker machine, the pay table is listed right on the machine! And with blackjack, the table will often say how much you get paid back for a blackjack. (And, you can always ask the dealer). Do you want to play a machine that gives you back 6 credits for a flush, or one that gives you 5 credits back for a flush? Do you want to get paid $1.50 for every dollar you bet when you get a blackjack, or $1.20? Those lost wins add up!

However, you don’t have to play a slot machine completely blind. Many/most machines DO have a help screen if you poke around to find it. Every little bit of knowledge helps give you a better advantage gambling! And, if you have a fave machine, make a note to do a web search for “Name Of Machine Tips” and you just might find a gold mine of help there as well. The few minutes spent being a more informed gambler can pay huge dividends.

Hope you are enjoying this issue!

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Las Vegas Shows

Tommy Wind is one of those guys who looks like somebody, even if it takes a moment to figure it out. But soon enough it syncs up. “I get mistaken for Lance Bass a couple of times a day,” Wind says. “I tell audiences, ‘If magic doesn’t work out for me, I can become a Lance Bass impersonator!’ “

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Spending time in east Las Vegas, or just looking to better appreciate what it has to offer? Get to know this Las Vegas neighborhood by browsing its most popular local businesses, from an arepas shop to a cocktail bar.

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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas has announced a specially curated memorabilia exhibition to celebrate the hotel and casino’s 25 year history in Las Vegas from 1995 – 2020. The Hard Rock Memorabilia Exhibition will open to the public on Sept. 27 and is the kick-off of the property’s “Farewell Tour” of activations before it begins its transformation to Virgin Hotels Las Vegas in February 2020.

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I have been a visitor from the UK for several years, and whilst the tipping culture in the US is very different from the UK, I do understand the importance to service staff and in many cases it is relied upon to make a living wage so I try to ensure I tip correctly and appropriately.

One scenario did puzzle me on a visit to Magnolia’s in The Four Queens for breakfast. I saw other customers settling their check at the cash register as they left, not at the table to their server. I did the same but returned to my table to leave a cash tip. Was this correct? If I only had a credit card, would ask the cashier to add a tip and hope it gets back to my server?

Thank you in advance,

Andrew

 

Ted Responds:

Awesome question, and thanks so much for being aware of the fact that with food service (especially), these people REALLY rely on tips. Your hotel bartender is making great union wages and top-quality benefits. If the hotel owns the restaurant, the servers may make more than in non-hotel owned restaurants (as restaurants that lease space may not be unionized), but they are still not making much.

Yes, you nailed it. At a restaurant here in the US where you settle at the cash register, going back and leaving a tip (or leaving it as you depart the table if you have appropriate paper currency with you) is the way to go. Same with a buffet. It is polite to leave at least $1 per person if the beverages are self-serve, and $2 per person if the beverages are brought to you. Of course, if the service was friendly and prompt.

Per tipping at a coffee shop as you mentioned, leaving the tip on the credit card SHOULD get the tip to your wait person. That is fine.

However, many buffets offer a tip line when you pay upon entrance. I’d zero that out. They often don’t even know where you will be seated until they lead you into the restaurant. Hence, no one knowing who will wait on you. Much better to leave cash upon departure.

Putting aside that it is the U.S. custom and that service industry wages are (generally) otherwise low, this is simply a great way to thank someone for their service in a meaningful way. Or… to politely suggest that their service was lacking without having to actually say something to them. (IE, leaving a smaller, or in the case of horrible service, no tip).

If a table games dealer, bartender, wait person and similar is chatty and helpful and makes your experience more pleasant, a small reward for that is in order!

If you are a table game player and unaware of the tipping etiquette for that game, you can always tell a dealer “I’d like to place a bet for you, how do I go about that”. Even a $1 bet for “The Boys” (as the craps crew is generally called) is a nice token.

Also, your hotel maid often won’t be the same person each night of your stay. As we remind people from time-to-time, leaving a $2-3 tip for them is appreciated per evening. (MORE if you really have messed up the room). This is also the time to ask for extra soaps, lotions or similar. (When you tip, don’t be surprised if you have a couple of extra goodies even if you don’t ask for them).

Many bring a few envelopes with them for this purpose. If not, leave the tip on the pillow and find the pad and pen most rooms still have and write “TIP” on it and place it with the tip. And, feel free to make a note if you need an extra something or other off of their cart!

 


 

What is the best way to park for free downtown?

David

 Ted Responds:

Best current bet is Main Street Station: $8 on weekdays, $13 on weekends. BUT… if you play $20 or dine $20 (couple of buffets, couple of meals at their brewpub, both of which are good values), you get 4 free hours from that time you validate.

Which means if you are out within 4 hours, they waive what would be the daily parking fee.

The cheapo option?

Park more than one block east of Pawn Stars (Gold and Silver Pawn) in the vicinity of Garces and 7th Street. With a couple of small exceptions, there are no street parking limits at this time in that area.

Then, take the free Downtown Loop to get to Fremont (Plaza), East Fremont, Arts District, North Outlet Mall, and Mob Museum.

Plus, the Pawn Stars Plaza (next to the shop) has a solid “beer and BBQ” joint many enjoy!


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Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Garden’s autumn display celebrates the beauty and wondrous culture of India with golden leaves, soothing waterfalls and, for the first time, two 14-foot exotic elephants.

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Las Vegas Gambling

A visit to the movie theater at Aliante Casino + Hotel + Spa turned into a $935,176 payday for one local resident when he hit the jackpot on a Wheel of Fortune slot machine on Sept. 21.

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(Producers Notes) In today’s video, we explore The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. This trendy resort has so much to offer inside. You pretty much don’t have to leave the resort. I love all the random art displays and food choices within the resort. I was surprised at how much stuff is inside.


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October 2, 2019 AccessVegas.com Insider Vibe

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas – No exclamation point today. Long time readers know that very, very few of these issues have gone out without me expressing excitement with the exclamation point.

Two years since the Oct. 1, 2017 shooting still hurts quite a bit. I sell FUN for a living. My entire professional life revolves around making sure our members are the best informed visitors, save the most money possible, find the spots to skip the nickel-and-diming, and keep “Doing Vegas” the same way many of you have for years (and some of you have been with us since we launched in 1997, and perhaps been visiting even longer).

So, for one moron to cause so much hurt and destruction targeting people who were simply enjoying a beautiful evening (it was nice out that night, I know because I was on my back patio when the news hit) and just being in Las Vegas…

That was horrible beyond what there are words to describe. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and those still recovering, both mentally and physically.

Going, Going Gone: Circus Circus and Rio and Which One Is Next – The Rio has officially been sold, and it appears Circus Circus is sold as well. The first one is official, and none of the parties involved are denying a “handshake deal” on the second one. While we’re not Investors Business Daily, we do take a diversion from our usual fare of exclusive tips, tricks, and money/time saving advice to tell YOU what changes in the Las Vegas industry may mean for your future visits!

What does it feel like to be among the absolute most informed visitors to Las Vegas? That’s what we’re here for!

The Rio has been bought by an investment firm. What is that going to mean for you? Unfortunately, absolutely nothing (except continued offers for it if you are a Caesars/Total Rewards player). Caesars Entertainment will continue to operate it for the next two years, with an option for a third.

I say “unfortunately” because in a perfect world, it would have been nice to see it sold to someone with a healthy ego, a healthy bankroll, and an understanding of gamblers and casino marketing. Reference Derek Stevens (The D, Golden Gate, Circa) and Alex Meruelo (Sahara).

Forget about the purported one billion dollars it would take the bring the property back to its glory years. Spend a few bucks dusting off the Masquerade Sky Show, get a free shuttle cranked back up again (with some kind of match-play to drive new players card sign-ups — remember this would be a new owner and not Caesars), and the new profits would pay for a step-by-step rejuvenation.

Rio Sky Show: Gone But Not Forgotten

Circus Circus appears to be sold to Phil Ruffin. He is a Las Vegas resident (his massive estate is in the same part of town as Wayne Newton’s estate) owns Treasure Island, has been staunch on free parking, and has been incredibly successful carpet-bombing Southern California (and other areas) with hotel stay offers that include buffets, beer, and Cirque tickets. Note: I’m not suggesting that the TI buffet is anything to write home about, but then neither is the Circus Circus buffet!

The sale seems to include all of the land stretching north to Sahara Avenue. However, until we absorb all of the new hotel construction (Resorts World, Circa, perhaps The Drew), I wouldn’t look for any new projects there. However, Las Vegas Strip property is like beachfront property: There is only so much of it. So, not a bad move on his part.

What will be nice from a competition standpoint is that the four North Strip properties — Stratosphere, Sahara, Resorts World, and Circus — will NOT be owned by one of the two big corporate concerns on The Strip. Sure, each will target a somewhat different audience. But, each one is only a couple of blocks apart (OK, LONG blocks in a couple of spots). If your luck (or the service or whatever) isn’t to your liking at one, it isn’t like the same company owns every other property on the block.

We have some great Members Mania (never forget to keep scrolling, the fun does not end here!), and next issue, I’ll be back to our usual fun and frivolity, helping make sure your next Vegas visit is your most amazing, most informed ever.

Hope you are enjoying this issue!

Founder
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Pop vocal group Human Nature is celebrating 10 years as Las Vegas Strip headliners and later this year will celebrate 30 years as a group. Their newly revamped show, “Human Nature Sings Motown & More,” celebrates the 60th anniversary of Motown. They joined us in studio Friday to provide a preview of their performance.

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Considering Las Vegas’ reputation as one of the most spectacular cities in the world you might expect some of its restaurants to have unparalleled views, and you’d be right. Whether it be lights, lakes or legends, Sin City’s restaurants give you something to see.

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Well, we tried to park behind Casino Royale yesterday but it appears that you now have to be staying at the hotel to park there. Each car had a pass on their dashboard. So you can no longer park there for free. That’s a bummer.

The lot right behind the casino also has signs up now and we were on the 2nd level of the parking garage. There is a sign right as you pull into the garage that it’s reserved for hotel guests only. All others will be towed.

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Ted Responds:

We’ve been one of the very few places reminding people that Casino Royale has free parking. In fact, most internet lists of free parking on the Las Vegas Strip do not include Casino Royale. (Which is why you are here, and why we appreciate your support. We know a lot more than what an average online search will turn up for you, and we know the details and specifics).

Since we also know the right people to reach out for, we were able to get this clarified within hours. Previously, we had suggested that parking is free, but to 1. At least park on the second full floor of the parking garage (the floor that has elevator landing #2), and 2. Go in and put a few bucks in a machine and try your luck, and/or grab a reasonably priced (for The Strip) drink at their bar.

So, here’s the deal: You WILL see cars in their lot with actual parking passes in them. Those are given to people actually staying at the property. HOWEVER, they continue to welcome you to park for free if you are stayng, dining, or playing at their property.

Here is their official statement:

Yes it is free parking if they are gaming, drinking or eating at our property. No they do not need a parking pass, that is only for the hotel guest.

And, honestly, I don’t believe I’ve EVER seen their garage full (except for perhaps New Years Eve). IE, this isn’t something that they have a dedicated Poindexter walking around full-time to enforce, nor are they paging people on the property to double-check if an owner is there with their car.

If you are still concerned, I’d simply suggest the following: Find a security guard (any employee can help you if you can’t spot one right off), and tell them “We’re parked on the second floor of the garage. We’re doing some drinking/eating/playing here but then might wander down The Strip for a while. Are we OK parking here?”

They should relay to you that it is not a problem at all.

Also, keep in mind that neighbors Treasure Island, Venetian, Wynn, and Fashion Show Mall have complimentary parking. However, what is super-nice about Casino Royale is that the walk from the garage elevator to the casino is all of about 30 seconds. And, the property sits right on The Strip sidewalk. Which makes it very easy and conveient!

Hope that helps everyone!

 


 

What is the best place to watch the NFL besides Lagasse Stadium?

Ed Valdemar

 Ted Responds:

Obviously, we’re assuming this also means “besides the crowded sports books”. (Bonus: Both of the following are FREE!):

– On/near The Strip, the Football Central in the Westgate (former Hilton) Theater is free, has more screens than you can begin to look at, and some solid food and beverage specials. Doors open at 9AM on Sundays. It is a quick, cheap monorail ride from most of The Strip.

– Our favorite? Downtown Watch Zone. Behind The D. One full block of party. Outdoor, but with huge (and I mean HUGE) TV screens, booze, food, and restrooms which are casino worthy. They also offer an option to pay for tables, man caves, and the like.

Pro hint: If in The D, go to Longbar and see if you spot D owner Derek Stevens sitting at his usual spot. (If you are not sure, ask a bartender to point him out). He’s an avid sports better, and will tell you who his money is on that week!

Super Pro Tip: He shakes so many hands every day, that sometimes he has to ice his hand at night. True story. So, fist bump him instead, telling him you want to save the wear and tear on his hand! He’ll love you for that.

Note: Both of these are Sunday only. Not running during Monday or Thursday night games.


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Las Vegas Tours And Attractions

There’s plenty to do in Las Vegas that’s not on the typical tourist routes. You can find thousands (millions?) of articles about the latest and greatest attractions and experiences in Las Vegas. Even in 2019, however, there are dozens of things to do in Sin City that elude mainstream attention and continue to fly under the radar.

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A baseball bettor turned $250 into more than $38,000 after connecting on an eight-team parlay ticket Monday at a Las Vegas Strip casino. The winning wager was placed at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, according to the CG Sportsbooks Twitter account.

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