This was kind of a splurge experience for some buddies and me and we all had a really good time. But, the cars are very limited by the governor and as soon as you started to feel some real speed, the car would slow down automatically. The staff was really good and we made some memories, but it's not something I would shell out the cash for in the future.
One of the highlights of my trip was eating at Tender. The service was phenomenal and the steaks were insanely good. It has a modern steakhouse vibe that keeps some of the classic steakhouse atmospheres and mixes with some modern music and furnishings. I will definitely be back.
Great street tacos and enchiladas at a reasonable price for the quality of food.
We stopped in at Fulton Street Food Hall while walking the strip and we were all very happy with the choices and service. I tried a bite or two of just about everything my friends got and it was all very good for the price. This is a great option for large groups because of the number of options and quick service.
Clean, upbeat, and those screens... You can't beat a day at Stadium Swim.
A couple of us had always wanted to at Circa, but we had comped rooms at Luxor so it's hard to fork over cash for lodging when you are getting it for free. That being said, we decided to stay here 2 nights of our 5 night trip and it was awesome. The rooms are super clean and the staff was more helpful and faster than any hotel I have ever stayed in. Need towels? They will be at your room in 5 minutes. Of course, Stadium Swim is a great place to spend all day and they have plenty of other bars and restaurants to keep you happy the entire time. I like Fremont Street a lot, but never felt the need to leave Circa. Hopefully I will get some pretty good offers, because this may be my new favorite hotel in Las Vegas.
So the pool is pretty nice and has a fun vibe, but the drink prices are outrageous. It was almost $70 for two drinks. The drinks were good, but they were not anything spectacular and not something I would ever pay that price for again.
One of my favorite places to eat on Fremont Street and luckily I was staying at Circa so it was very easy to get to. Grab some mouthwatering bbq and hang out downtown for some free entertainment.
Everyone raves about White Castle but I had never eaten here. I was pretty impressed. Plus it’s cheap and easy to get to.
I kind of expected this to be one of those places where everyone is really stuck up but I was really wrong. It feels like any other Vegas bar except it’s simply more elegant and exclusive feeling. I didn’t have a table or anything but it was still worth stopping in to enjoy the atmosphere.
O’Sheas is a touch of classic Las Vegas in the heart of the modern strip. I love everything about this place. The bartenders and dealers are super friendly and the crows is just there to have fun. They have craps, blackjack, beer pong, and a variety of other games to keep you entertained and the drinks flow all night long.
Meet You at the Bar Before the Show. In Mad Apple, being fashionably late does not apply. In fact, you definitely want to arrive early, because the "Wow!" moments start before the show even begins. Party Starts 30 minutes before showtime. NYCs wildest night outcomes to the Las Vegas stage! Mad Apple is a delicious Cirque du Soleil cocktail of high-flying acrobatics, music, dance, comedy, and magic celebrating the city that never sleeps. Starring comedian Brad Williams, Mad Apple is a nonstop New York thrill ride from the moment you step into the theater. From pre-show magic and boozy libations at the stunning stage bar to the band playing the biggest hits inspired by the city, Mad Apple blurs the lines between circus, live entertainment, and New York nightlife culture.View Event
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