Five Hundy by Midnight #340: Exercises in Gaudiness

Las Vegas podcast #340 includes:

  • Larry King Live opener
  • New Five Hundy shirts!
  • Caesars Entertainment explores horse race betting website
  • Skyvue: The other Las Vegas Strip ferris wheel
  • Gameworks is closing
  • Mob Attraction is reopening
  • Javier’s is replacing Union
  • Goodbye, PH Towers Westgate; hello, Elara, a Hilton Grand Vacations Hotel – Center Strip
  • Riviera offers 1000x craps odds
  • Santana is back
  • Cee Lo residency speculation continues
  • Mike Tyson prepares one-man show
  • Royal Resort announces The Pastel Project music festival
  • Commonwealth is coming to Fremont East
  • Our sponsor, Viator’s Things to do in Las Vegas
  • Listener calls about Gardunos, Go Rooms, George Wallace, Mirage, La Cave, Vegas Stripped, South Point spa, Trump, Encore spa, Okada, Name That Tune Live, Riviera, Main Street Station, Public House, the Mob Museum, Golden Gate, The Fitz, Scarpettas, Ferraros, Aria’s smell, Presidential Limo, Murrening and more
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4 thoughts on “Five Hundy by Midnight #340: Exercises in Gaudiness

  1. The Hilton Grand Vacation Club has three other locations, one at the back of the LVH which is weird, one across from the Founfainbleu wihch is called the HGVC on the Strip, which of course it is not and one at the back of the Flamingo that you described.

    We have stayed at all 3 and they are all different. The “Strip” location is the newest but has no access to anything other than the Riv and CC, the LVH location is pretty good and used to give you coupons for the “Hilton” and the Flamingo is the closest to the action but the units are smaller.

    The PH is an insteresting addition and will compete with the Jockey Club and Wyndham to the east.


  2. So technically, weren’t those callers shilling for drunk, alcoholic Scott?

    BTW Tim and Michelle, last week’s Vegas Stripped was a must. No spoilers, but what were the chances they were going to have Beer Pong and Spaghetti eating tournaments and run out of beer and spaghetti?

    I’ll never tell.

  3. Thanks for playing my rambling comment re. the South Point Spa.

    Interesting about the new bar downtown, “Commonwealth.” The issue about glassware on the balconies is a common one at Bourbon Street bars in New Orleans. Bars down there will often have bouncers at the balcony entrances, and they’re pretty serious about keeping glassware off the balconies.

    They don’t use tin cups, though. Just simple, throwaway plastic.

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