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@vegaschatter Any word on Morimoto at Mirage? Last I saw was that it was supposed to happen earlier this year.— Brian Spittler (@brianspittler) October 14, 2014
@chef_morimoto Going to be in Vegas in December, will you be open at the Mirage by then?— Flava Dav (@theflavadav) October 17, 2014
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It seems like every time we post an article about what's happening in the sportsbook, the number one question, regardless of the topic, is "Can I get drink tickets there?" After posting last week’s article about getting seats are the Venetian sportsbook on Facebook, the question about where someone can get drink tickets with their wagers was raised again by VC reader Sarah B.
The short answer is that policies are rarely the same -- even in the same casino at the same time. There are no longer hard and fast rules about drink tickets at any sportsbooks besides CG Technology (Venetian, Cosmopolitan, etc.) In the past, you could expect a drink ticket with your sports bets. This was a time when casinos didn't mind if you sat around watching a game and not spending money. Things have changed over the years and drink tickets are no longer the norm when placing your bets.
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PlayStudios, known for its MyVEGAS Slots app and Facebook game, has announced the launch of its newest product, MyVEGAS Blackjack. MyVEGAS Blackjack is an entirely new and separate app from MyVEGAS Slots and is free to download and play on iOS and Android devices. Much like the MyVEGAS Slots app, you can sync your points between MyVEGAS Slots, MyVEGAS Facebook and MyVEGAS Blackjack.
The newest offering provides core table games players with the chance to earn real world casino, restaurant and entertainment rewards while enjoying a familiar blackjack experience. With the launch of MyVEGAS Blackjack, PlayStudios hopes to capture an entirely new segment of the gaming market. Blackjack players tend to skew male while slot machine players tend to be female.
The Kardashians are leaving Las Vegas. The clan's almost always near-empty retail store at The Mirage is closing after a run many will say went beyond its fifteen minutes. The shop, selling all things Kardashian, made its Strip debut in November 2011 and will (finally) shutter next month.
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The Mirage will finally gain another much-needed dining destination this week. Pantry, a new 24/7 concept, will debut this Wednesday, September 10. It takes over the space that once housed B.B. King's and, before that, Caribe Cafe.
A glimpse inside courtesy VegasChatter M.J. reveals a contemporary country decor with white walls and ceilings, blue-and-white tiles featuring a repeating starburst pattern on the floor, and tables paired with galvanized steel chairs for dining. There also will be bar-top and high-boy seating as well.
At The Mirage, the OG of Sugar Factory stores has been dishing happiness, one pound at at time, since 2009. Since then, the brand really got stuck on Vegas with locations popping up at Paris, Planet Hollywood, MGM Grand and Town Square over the years.
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Our long-running Sip or Pour series has covered some of the best bars in Vegas. Usually, we highlight two different types of bars, those ideal for a stop before you move on to the next one and those where you can chill all night long (the party in the street being optional). But, what about one ultimate night of fun and drinks
and more drinks and maybe some shots? Here's how we would spend one epic night in Vegas. If you follow in our footsteps, make sure to cab it or bring along the ultimate designated driver. (And, in some cases, it's just a short walk!)
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This week, MGM Grand and The Mirage began a test run of pretty amazing tables. Yes, tables. These InteractivePro Tables (IPT) offer a unique 10-point, multi-touch experience that can be used for a wide range of applications including television, video and interactive entertainment to be used in bars, casino floors, hotel suites, restaurants and lounges. We saw the first table on display at The Mirage sportsbook. It was just being set up so it could only get online for the time being. That will change soon.
The Mirage better prepare itself for swooning guests who will be succumbing to cuteness overload at the sight of the newest additions to Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. Three white lion cubs, all boys, have arrived at the Strip attraction straight from Johannesburg, South Africa.
The three brothers, not to be confused with VegasChatter’s 3Brothers, are named Madiba (the tribal name of South Africa’s Nelson Mandela), Timba-Masai and Freedom.
These days, it's pretty easy to forget that wild animals still prowl The Strip. Gone are the days when headliners like Siegfried & Roy and Rick Thomas ruled the night with furry companions at their side. Even MGM Grand's Lion Habitat has become a lost Vegas footnote.
That's not to say animals are nowhere to be found on Las Vegas Boulevard, they're just off the beaten path making it challenging to remember their existence. Mandalay Bay's Shark Reef is tucked away in convention land. Popovich Comedy Pet Theater is lost in the obscurity of afternoon matinees/Miracle Mile/the V Theater. And, at The Mirage, a burger joint can now be found where wild animals once roamed. Still operating out beyond the resort's pool, Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, is looking to the adorbs factor for renewed interest.
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People love themselves a buffet in Las Vegas. Piling all the food you can eat onto plate after plate is an obsession. Years ago the $1.99 buffet was the bee's knees. Today, you're not going to find that same kind of deal. At many of the new buffets you’re looking at a more gourmet experience in a venue that cost millions to build.
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The VegasChatter corporate offices went on high alert when actress/producer/writer Mindy Kaling indicated on social media that a Vegas trip was imminent. It's always interesting to see what a celebrity will do in Sin City and usually pretty (although, for most, unintentionally) entertaining, too.
While Prince Harry still holds the honor of cheekiest visit to date, Mindy kept fans enthralled through a constant stream of social media updates. After following (obsessively) along, here's a quick guide on how to do Vegas, Kaling style:
1. Pack the appropriate essentials.
Vegas dress? Check. Bling? Check. Multiple bathing suits? Check.