FHBM #506: I Demand a Whole Fish

Las Vegas podcast #506 includes:

  • The Simpsons opener
  • Book and Stage is closing
  • Tequila Taqueria opens at Bally’s
  • Caesars Palace buffet offers new extras
  • Olivia sticks around
  • Las Vegas Club pursues packaged liquor license
  • Las Vegas considers Fremont Street performance zones
  • Our sponsor: Viator
  • Facebook Discussions of the Week: Vegas appetite
  • Listener calls about Todd English PUB, New York-New York, Aria, Monte Carlo, Carson Kitchen, BurGR, SLS, Red Rock bowling, Giada, The Cromwell, Flamingo, The Linq, Hash House, Cosmopolitan and other Vegasy stuff
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3 thoughts on “FHBM #506: I Demand a Whole Fish

  1. Ben from CMH: His trip report consisted of 6 minutes of things he didn’t like about Las Vegas. Maybe not his ideal vacation destination?

  2. Yes, Tim, you’re probably right, I’ll probably be back. BUT, if I do go back, it will be more to have fun than to gamble. Instead of gambling 10 times and having fun with friends twice, I’ll do the opposite. More drunk dials!

  3. Pompanos /ˈpɒmpənoʊ/ are marine fishes in the Trachinotus genus of the Carangidae family (better known as “jacks”). Pompano may also refer to various other, similarly shaped members of Carangidae, or the order Perciformes. Their appearance is deep-bodied and mackerel-like, typically silver and toothless with a forked tail and narrow base. Of the 20 described species, most are valued as food. Some species are considered prize delicacies and game fish. A similar species is known as the permit, T. falcatus: two United States Navy submarines are named after it.

    The Florida pompano, T. carolinus, reaches about 45 cm (18 in) and 1.5 kg (3.3 lb), while the permit reaches about 90 cm (35 in) and more than 14 kg (31 lb).

    h/t wikipedia

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