Meet Angela! She’s Angela by day, but Mariah by night. She’s one of the Imperial Palace’s famed “dealertainers.” She’s part dealer, part tribute performer…but entirely friendly and great at making folks feel at home at her blackjack table. Find out more about the dealertainer experience here. And if you’re into music, take a look at….
If you know Vegas, you know the I-15. It’s that happy north-south highway that delivers hundreds of thousands of visitors to Las Vegas each year. Why, you ask, are the street lights so tall along I-15? It appears the taller lights are more efficient, “nine or 10 times more” efficient, according to one source. Who knew? If….
Everything’s bigger in Vegas! As we were strolling through the Imperial Palace the other night, we spotted these giant beads, and Cesar generously offered to let us take his photo. Seen bigger? Post a link to your big Vegas beads photo in the Comments section.
It’s time to ask another random question of a real and actual Las Vegas dealer. This time, we pestered a very charming blackjack dealer at Harrah’s Las Vegas. This is Bella! We asked Bella, “What’s the biggest bet you’ve ever taken?” Bella said she once worked a blackjack table where the player was playing seven….
We found a hidden gem during a recent foray to O’Sheas. It’s free entertainment in the form of “The Rock and Roll Game Show.” It’s a little music, a little comedy, a little karaoke…and a whole lot of people getting silly in public. Singer Stevenson Brooks keeps the acoustic hits coming, and wiseguy Matt Phillips….
We were saddened to hear of the passing of one of Las Vegas’ most game-changing innovators, Frank Fertitta Jr., founder of the town’s popular Station Casinos. He died August 21, and he’ll be missed. Read more about this Vegas pioneer. We wish his family the best.
There we were, strolling outside of Caesars Palace. Loving the vibe on the Strip. And we stumble across a charming little restaurant called Serendipity 3. We knew we were in trouble, because this was the first thing we saw. Soon after, it began. A journey into deliciousness. Into decadence. Into colors and flavors beyond description. First,….
At craps, an eleven is often called a “yo.” Did you know that’s because in the heat of a hot roll, “eleven” can sound like “seven” (a seven means the roll is over). The use of “yo” helps avoid confusion, consternation and words we can’t repeat in this blog. Bonus craps tip: When you hold the….