Las Vegas podcast #373 includes:

  • Colbert Report opener
  • Switch will become Andrea’s
  • Harrah’s replaces Legends In Concert with Million Dollar Quartet
  • Ruth’s Chris/Range rumor confirmed
  • Palms dumps Rain, brings back comedy
  • Tropicana hooks up with Hilton
  • Container Park gets approved
  • Still no word on final SLS funding
  • Reviews of Tacos El Gordo, Barrymore and the Golden Nugget Spa
  • Our sponsor, Viator
  • Listener calls about Vdara, Hash House, Bellagio, Maggiano’s, Stripsteak, Cabo Wabo, Sugar Factory, Todd English PUB, The D, the Caesars buffet, Diablo’s, DOCG, VIMFP and other stuff
  • Call us at (702) 866-9494

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3 Responses to “Five Hundy by Midnight #373: Hey! We’re Doing a Podcast!”

  1. 1 Tim

    When we were going through the planned Container Park restaurants, I knew something didn’t seem right about Erin’s BBQ in my notes. That’s because it should have been Ern… not Erin. The BBQ part, however, was correct, and that’s what really matters.

  2. 2 Boog

    Your mentioning BBQ reminded me of not only my favorite BBQ in Vegas, but my favorite BBQ anywhere and all time, Lucille’s.
    Don’t know if you guys have been there, I don’t even know if it’s still there, since I haven’t been to Vegas in about 87 years. Guess I could check on the Internets, but I’m too lazy.
    Anyway, it’s part of that whole Green Valley Ranch complex. A variation on the $20 trick, which Pod and I like to call the $17 trick, works nicely there to avoid waiting line and move directly to a table.
    The BBQ is awesome!! Although after Tim’s comment on today’s podcast, “Off-strip stuff —- Do not care”, maybe you wouldn’t be interested in going there cause as you know it’s like a half hour by car off-strip.

    Your Spidey-sense telling you that you are getting a lot of contact from Naperville, Illinois people can be explained through statistics.
    Naperville is the 2nd largest Chicago suburb and quite affluent if I’m not mistaken or at least middle to upper middle class, which would explain the disposable income to go to Vegas.

  3. 3 Darran

    All those coin pusher machines have made their way over to english seaside resorts. We have the monopoly on them now, damn it!


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