In this stunningly forgettable episode, we talk about the awesome and sucky things that happened in 2019. There's also Las Vegas news and a fair amount of rambling. You know, the usual.
So much Vegas scoop, so little bandwidth!
Get the latest about the Circus Circus sale (no, it hasn't been announced yet, that's how we roll), Hooters becoming Oyo, annoying service charges on cocktails and more.
Oh, and we're even flexing into the sportsball space with a listicle about the newly-renovated Wynn golf course.
This episode has it all!
Actually, we decided to make it less than all so we'd have more time for Twitter. Don't be butthurt.
There's still a great interview with the V.P. of Table Games at The Strat, inside scoop from Hard Rock as it transitions to Virgin and more.
It's the first episode of season three of the podcast, and we're off to a rambling start!
We interview Patrick Hughes, President and CEO of Fremont Street Experience, and scoop all the scoop you could ever want about Las Vegas.
Oh, and there will also be grasshoppers. It was a thing for a minute.
It's the final episode of the first season of the podcast, and possibly the last episode, ever!
Probably not, but we like a little drama.
We interview former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, review Piff the Dragon at Flamingo and hear from friends about our 100th episode.
Enjoy the dog and pony show while you can!
Enjoy a metric hell-ton of Vegas scoop you won't hear anywhere else. Some of it's actually true.
It's another action-packed installment of the Vital Vegas podcast, despite what your ears tell you.
It's the usual Vegas stuff. We have to talk about Vegas. It's in the name of the podcast.
Let's talk Chica.
Let's talk Urth Caffe.
Let's talk MGM 2020.
Let's talk Circa Las Vegas.
Let's talk Wynn.
Let's talk all the news we've broken in the last couple of weeks, because we're pretty badass
In this episode, we interview the guys from the Matt & Mattingly's Ice Cream Social podcast.
We also review a new restaurant at The Strat, Blvd. & Main Taphouse, and "Absinthe" as it celebrates its eighth year on The Strip as well as chairs that could also be used as torture devices.