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To be frank about it, we loved the Red Rock Resort debut of Chicago's Wiener's Circle in June so we're all for a second helping with the brand's newest Vegas location in sister resort, Santa Fe Station.
The North Las Vegas hotel-casino will actually serve of the chain's famous char-grilled hot dogs and burgers two ways, one through an eatery sandwiched between the poker room and the sportsbook and the other through a satellite stand in the bowling alley. For football season, the main eatery will offer sports fans a char dog and fries for four bucks.
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As its name implies, Texas Station is one of the many Station Casinos you'll find spread out around Las Vegas. According to US Poker even though this is the second Station poker room to close this year (Sunset Station is the other) we shouldn’t expect to see moves like this at other sister locations. If Station is your casino in Las Vegas and poker is your game, that means you can still play poker at Boulder Station, Green Valley Ranch, Palace Station, Red Rock Resort and Santa Fe Station.
When you hear "off-strip casino Mexican food," it's only natural to picture a place where 90% of the food comes out of industrial #10 cans and everything is the same set of tired stereotypes. Maybe there's some really cheesy murals or a churro with whipped cream on it for $6.
Mercadito at Red Rock Resort is not that kind of place. It's not groundbreaking nor is it outstanding. The word this writer can think of to describe it best is "competent." It's a competent Mexican restaurant.
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If your Fourth of July celebrations must start and end with a bang (don't go there), Vegas will have plenty of choices for you. Fireworks will be launched on The Strip as far south as Mandalay Bay and as far north as Stratosphere. If you're a local or have wheels, two popular off-Strip casinos will also light up the night sky. If you're not opposed to combining your Fourth with a true road trip, your options grow even larger. Here are 11 spots to enjoy fireworks on the Fourth:
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One of the latest Las Vegas imports from Chicago is Wiener's Circle, now open at Red Rock Resort. The hot dog (and more) dining spot not only brings a bit of Windy City history, but inherits some of its own by way of its location which once housed a Pink's and a Bagel Cafe. For those familiar with the Red Rock nook, the space is essentially the same size; though, the addition of some red leather bench seating and shaving down a wall to add steps directly into the sportsbook makes it feel larger.
That its spot between the sportsbook and poker room helps play up to the Wiener's Circle name is no coincidence. The original Chicago owners were once in the horse racing business, but later decided their money was better spent on wieners, naming their new venture as a nod to their past. Hence, the circle is complete.
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Red Rock Resort has one of the best pools you'll find anywhere in Vegas. As you can see from the HDR’d photo above, it’s more like a pool complex with pools of varying size and depth. This is not what you'd expect to find at a "locals" casino. The complex also houses a covered bar and restaurant which features a similar menu to what you’ll find inside at the Grand Cafe. Fans and misting systems almost make you forget it’s 115 degrees. Almost.
Now that it's pool season, this writer is always looking for an excuse to take his gaming outdoors. After placing bets and waiting for the Belmont Stakes to begin, some friends and I decided to head outside and watch the race at the pool bar. It’s been almost a year since I last visited the bar and I'd forgotten one of its most important features.
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The ever-changing Vegas dining scene bids goodbye to a sports fan fave while welcoming two new off-Strip options.
It's game over for The Sporting House at New York-New York. The restaurant, which used to be an ESPN Zone before its most recent incarnation, has been closed to make way for Shake Shack and Tom's Urban at the resort. Both are expected to debut this December.
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Another taste of the Windy City is headed to Sin City.
This has been a pretty great year for fans of Chicago's cuisine. In January, Al’s Chicago's #1 Beef Sandwiches opened its first Vegas locale. Then in April, Monte Carlo welcomed Yusho, a Japanese street-style food joint with roots in Chi-Town arrived in Vegas as well.
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The property-wide project will bring four new dining experiences to GVR, including a second Pizza Rock for the Las Vegas Valley. By world pizza champ Tony Gemignani, the brand opened its first location in Downtown Vegas last year. A second dining experience by Gemignani, Slice House, will also be offered.
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Is your friend raving non-stop today about how amazing the Lorde concert was last night at The Cosmo? Don't fret. There are more than enough ways to rock out in Vegas not only this spring, but throughout the summer.
The Cosmopolitan's Valley to Vegas music series still has a few more acts for the people to enjoy and, beyond that, there are concert lineups by Mandalay Bay, Red Rock Resort, Fremont Street Experience and others to jam into your schedule. Here's a rundown of who's on tap, when and where:
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Just when we were raving about Red Rock Resort's suite offerings (and their spectacular views) comes news that the off-Strip property is planning to transform many of its most luxe accommodations as well as its dining lineup and its spa, too.
The Station Casinos property has earmarked $35 million which will include the total renovation of 26 of its most high-end suites as well as The Spa at Red Rock.
The biggest and most visible change for the general public, however, will be the creation of Restaurant Row at Red Rock which will add several new dining experiences to replace the recent losses of Pink's, Hachi and LBS. It will also add an expansive outdoor dining promenade to the property's main facade.