Las Vegas podcast #394 includes:

  • Travel Through History opener
  • MGM Resorts plans arena
  • Three states legalize online gambling
  • Borgata offers in-room gambling
  • The Quad’s Hash House is now open 24 hours
  • The Quad opens new casino space
  • Hakkasan hires Tiesto
  • The D implements 21+ policy on weekend nights
  • Caesars resort fee clarification: No wifi
  • Radio City Pizza opens
  • Our sponsor, Viator’s Things to do in Las Vegas
  • Dear Tim and Michele
  • Listener calls about The D, Planet Hollywood, Hooters, Zumanity, Fremont, GR Pub, Nobu, meandering, Mirage, Olives, Mon Ami Gabi, zip lines, The Quad, Tropicana and other Las Vegas stuff
  • Sinatra at the Sands
  • Call us at (702) 866-9494

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4 Responses to “FHBM #394: Nefarious Powdered Balls”

  1. 1 Boog

    I think they’ve had mobile gaming in-room and off the casino floor in Vegas for a while. Cantor Gaming is the company that has been at the forefront of that I think……..
    http://www.vegasinc.com/news/2011/sep/22/gaming-commission-approves-mobile-gambling-hotel-r/

  2. 2 parchedearth

    Regarding the Quad casino video, remember that this area will also be the main pedestrian walkway between Flamingo and Harrah’s so we should expect it to look like an airport concourse. Although it looks empty now, I think they might have trouble with overcrowding during the peak summer months. I also read they currently have temporary carpeting until the construction is completed. The liquour store is a replacement for the outdoor liqour store as you enter the carnival court area.

  3. 3 Jim Chese

    Why didn’t you mention Banger Brewing’s opening date??

    Thanks!

    (I see nothing on their website)

  4. 4 Tim

    We didn’t mention Banger Brewing’s opening date because Banger Brewing wasn’t one of the topics on this week’s show. At any given time, there are dozens of projects that have been announced or are in progress. When we have something significant to discuss regarding a project, we discuss it.

    If only there were some sort of website that tracked ongoing alcohol-related venues in the Fremont Street area…

    http://www.fremontstreetbars.com/downtown-las-vegas-projects/


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