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Sarah
A retired journalist that’s worked for some of the largest publications in America, Sarah is one of our staff writers that covers hotel reviews, restaurants and the latest news coming from Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Blog 2017 - What's Happening In Vegas

Video Poker & Comp Drinks – New Monitoring Systems

Are you used to getting free drinks when you gamble? Well, if you play video poker at bars in Las Vegas, don’t be surprised if you encounter a new practice for dispensing comped beverages.

A computerized monitoring system has been put into effect at all the bars in The Cosmo, as well as the nine Caesar’s properties in Las Vegas (plus all...

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Las Vegas Blog 2017 - What's Happening In Vegas

Lucky Dragon Opening Set For December 3rd

The official opening of the Lucky Dragon Hotel Las Vegas has been announced for December 3rd, said to be an auspicious date.  Certainly it will be a notable one, commemorating the first new hotel casino to open in Vegas in the past six years and also the first one to be specifically curated for an authentic Asian experi...

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Las Vegas Blog 2017 - What's Happening In Vegas

Polishing the Chandelier Bar at the Cosmo

One of the most notable chandeliers –and Casino bars– in town has undergone an upgrade, to the tune of $960K.

While the two higher levels were not involved so did not have to close, work has been underway on the lower level of the Cosmo’s Chandelier Bar for the past two months.  It’s now been reopened, so you can again enjo...

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Las Vegas Blog 2017 - What's Happening In Vegas

Here’s What’s New at The Hard Rock Hotel

Goose Island Pub has opened in the 3500 sq. ft. of space formerly used by The Ainsworth, a ritzy New York style sports-focused lounge, apparently not heavily mourned after its nearly-four-year tenure there.

While this pub is new to Las Vegas, they have been pouring Goose Island at the Hard Rock for a while. The Goose Island Brewery has a bit...

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Las Vegas Blog 2017 - What's Happening In Vegas

The Transformation of the Monte Carlo (and Hotel 32)

MGM Resorts International is sponsoring a very big magic show of sorts, over the next two years in Vegas, and you will be able to get a peek behind the curtain. As the last act of redeveloping a central part of the Strip, MGM is transforming the Monte Carlo (along with their VIP-oriented Hotel 32) into two new properties: the Park MGM, and the NoMa...

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