Who likes Bloody Mary's?!? I'm always looking for a kick a** bloody Mary. This one at Favorite Bistro was a meal for sure, as the picture shows. I split everything on the drink among five of us along with a salad and a side of fries. Everything on the bloody Mary was basic finger food, but it was good. The bloody Mary itself was good, but I needed to add Tabasco. I didn't taste much alcohol in the drink where other places I've always been able to taste the alcohol. Overall, it was a great presentation, but average on the drink itself. The Bloody Mary was $39, but it's worth it if that is all you order. I did see other food being delivered to other tables, which looked delicious. Favorite Bistro is an indoor open area, so it was a bit warm in the restaurant, but we sat in the back, so it was a bit cooler and more comfortable.
I came here around 5:35pm on a Monday afternoon with my friends to do the virtual reality experience. This is a part of a 3 day all inclusive attraction pass we got. It wasn’t busy at all. We had to register first, which was pretty quick. One friend needed to use the restroom, so we had to wait a bit. However, the VR thing wasn’t working and they had to get it fixed. We didn’t officially check in until 5:50pm. We were told to sit and wait u til they finished fixing it. It was done and ready at 5:59pm. The experience itself was really good. I liked how you’re really emerged by having to move in real life to move in the game. You have several game options with some people co - op and some being versus. At the end, you do get to see footage of you during the game, which I thought was cool. Cons: The tutorial was really quick and so was the game. The game we did was Elite Force. The tutorial was on how to walk, which was difficult to do. The game was broken up into two halves. We spent the first half learning to walk and get used to it. Once we did, the second half went by extremely quick! While it was fun, there needs to be a practice round and/or longer tutorial along with the game itself being longer. The staff person seemed to not be in the best of moods
Walmart vibes. Amazing room. Everything else is a giant mass. The hotel is located within a massive construction zone. Half the roads are closed. Traffic jams to the parking garage. It's insane. The lobby doesn't exist. Nothing but fenced off "pardon our dust" sections. Check in is slow. Short line that takes forever to progress. The parking garage is terrible. Electric car charging was advertised, the valet didn't know anything about it (but told me that people keep asking for it). Receptionist insisted that it exists, but only with valet for $30/day. No electric charging for self parking. So even if your room rate includes parking, you still have to pay $30/day if you want to charge your car. That's just insulting. There is no spa, no sauna. It's just a big hotel block with some nice rooms, a terrible garage and a non-existent lobby. I would never pay full price to stay here. The moment you leave your room you are confronted with unpleasantness. And they kick you out at 10am, no option for late checkout... Checkout did not ask if I enjoyed my stay. So ... I guess you don't even want to improve?
A must stop to be made in Las Vegas Trip! Its free, its fun, its soothing, its musical, its magical, its relaxing. The night shows are so cool. It is the only fountain show I have seen that is so mesmerizing. Every single tourist stops here to enjoy this beautiful show. I watched three of them back to back.
Oyster was fresh! I strongly recommend 'Tide Signature Combo Pan Roast'. We had it with noodle and steamed rice. (We are Korean, I think it is a good menu for Asian who doesn't like greasy food.) Thank Jon! He is super kind and professional. I definitely come here again soon!
The salesman at this location made racist jokes, misogynistic comments and tried to present attending a physics convention as though it was for and I quote "virgins". Entirely unprofessional, awful experience. When talking about leaving a review I was told to "go ahead, nobody will give a s**t". Would recommend anyone interacting with this company be careful, mind your wallet, and be careful of their predatory sales tactics.
We’ve tried to have dinner at Wing Lei many times when we have been in Las Vegas. However, they were always booked up. This time we made reservations weeks in advance. Everything and I mean everything was perfect! The room was light and lively, the service was literally the best, and then the food wow!!! I’ve never had such perfectly cooked Peking duck! It was Cut table side and made into the perfect little burritos. We had the trio of appetizers - ribs, shrimp toast, and king crab salad - omg the salad was to die for! We basically ordered so many dishes (sweet and sour pork, halibut, eggplant, general chao chicken, veggie fried rice) and all were amazing! Of course they had a little chair from my purse 👜🎉 will definitely be back! Vegas Baby!!! 🎉🎉💗💃🏿
Convenient location off 95 on Rancho. Lots of garage and open parking with handicap access. Garage parking g has elevators. Near and clean interior. No masks required. Handsanitizer dispensers are conveniently located within the casino. Their buffet has closed permanently which was a great draw. Food court and other restaurants are available. Century Theater is open as well as the bowling alley and kid's cyber arcade. Air quality is good. Customer service is good. Lots of slot machines for different interests. They have specific days for senior discounts and discounted movie tickets, etc. Concerts (rock bands, etc) are available in the evenings.
We had a great time last night at his show. I thought he's creative and really funny. The Golden Nugget, at the show last night, the seating was all screwed up. It was a cluster F The guy taking the tickets said he would validate our parking at the end of the show. I had to go look for him and he had to use my phone and the app needed my license plate number! Well it ended up we didn't have to pay for parking. So it seems to me they don't know what the F is going on. But Gordie was grwat
Honestly their pizzas are better than average than the major pizza brands out there. My favorites are their supreme style and pepperoni sausage. My favorite location is at Ellis Island Casino because you can get them by the slices ready. That location has been my go too for years. The price is right for two slices and a drink under $10.
Very cute place for breakfast or brunch! If you like a table by the window, definitely make a reservation day before you go! This place is popular! Grabbed something really light and refreshing before I run to my spa appointment. Love the coffee and the watermelon juice! The overnight oatmeal is great as well!
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