Las Vegas podcast #311 includes:

  • Awesome Adventures opener
  • Ferris wheel update: Linq gets approval
  • New off-Strip waterpark planned
  • Monte Carlo wants another Strip-side bar
  • Meat News: Oscar’s at Plaza
  • Meat News 2: Old Homestead Steakhouse at Caesars
  • Meat News 3: 35 Steaks + Martinis at Hard Rock
  • Bingo returns to the Las Vegas Strip
  • Venetian renovates its sportsbook
  • Hooters has financial issues
  • MLife gives away tier credits
  • Luxor hosts 48 Hours Festival
  • First Food gives away chicken and waffles
  • Our sponsor, Viator
  • Listener calls about Palazzo, Riviera, Public House, Lion’s Share, Bellagio, Cosmopolitan, Peppermill, PBR Rockbar, Legends, Icepan, Godard’s Rockin’ Olives, Encore, Harrah’s and much more
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7 Responses to “Five Hundy by Midnight 311: Recurring Meat Mentions”

  1. 1 TC from Boston

    I have to agree with Tim’s original statment that Caesar’s has the best dining options.

    Atleast on paper, like you do at the begining of every baseball/football season you see how you stack up against the competition. Really that is the litmus test that you will have to partake in for every dining option in Vegas.

    The roster alone is top notch.

    Bobby Flay
    Guy Savoy
    Wolfgang Puck
    François Payard
    Bradly Ogden

    Now get into the restuarants with outlets that don’t have a celebrity chef attached.

    The Palm
    Raos
    Serendipity III
    Cheesecake Factory (you know the score you mentioned it last week)
    Planet Hollywood

    and obviously the newst outlet Old Homestead

    I’m probably missing a couple well known ones but that is arguably the best line up on the strip, now for service and quality, that remains to be seen, but we are talking about paper here.

  2. 2 Darran Cooper

    Darn, need to be a USA citizen for the MLife promo. Don’t they want us Brits staying in their hotels?

  3. 3 Gilby

    I have three things to say about this episode.

    1) A farmers market could be cool if you were staying in a condo or a had a hotel room with a kitchen/kitchenette. Or if they make food on site (smoothies, salads, salsa etc.)

    2) I am surprised Sahara closed before Hooters. PS – Remember when Hooters tried to have an airline?

    3) At least MGM is giving away something real for “liking” them. Everyone else gives you a *chance* to win something. Sorry, I am not “liking” your page for a very tiny tiny chance of winning a contest.

  4. 4 DoubleD

    There’s an Old Homestead in Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel, Casino and Spa. It’s one of the best steakhouses in AC, and remains the Borgata’s most popular restaurant. I think it will do very well in Las Vegas. P.S. I’ve tried their burger. Very good, but not worth the $40+ price tag – though the tater tots are delicious!

  5. 5 Cheryl

    Not that your comments about Palazzo/Venetian aren’t valid, but I believe Palazzo is in the process of replacing its signage. All of the letters had been removed when we were there in May, and I heard somewhere that they were installing LED letters, or something more visible at night.

  6. 6 Mike

    There is a Hooters restaurant inside the Hooters casino. It is located in the back and the dining area backs up to the pool area. There are also other Hooters restaurants scattered throughout LV, one on Sahara I remember. I do not work for the company but the wings and beer and scenery is not bad and the 60 LCD Tv’s make sports watching great.

  7. 7 TC from LV

    The Hooters on West Sahara closed years ago. However, the location at Sunset Station continues to be open.

    Palazzo LED sign if finished and quite glowing. Not bad like the Westgate, but just a nice bright glow.


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