It's time to shove a Vegas party in your earholes. Like you have anything better to do.
Just the usual.
Musings and meanderings.
News and reviews.
And a list of places we're going when we get video poker bars back.
It's been a minute, but we've loaded up this episode with all the scoop you need to catch up on what's been happening in Las Vegas during your absence.
We interview Richard "Boz" Bosworth, CEO of JC Hospitality, about how things are going at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas (formerly Hard Rock).
We also touch base with the "Mayor of Fremont East," Ryan Doherty. Doherty talks about his two new places, Discopussy and Lucky Day, plus what's next for Fremont East.
There's also a hell-ton of updates on the weird state of Las Vegas.
Take a listen.
It's a strange time for Las Vegas, but we're still giving you all the inside skinny on the shiniest place on Earth.
In this episode, we chat with Derek Stevens, owner of The D, Golden Gate and Circa. This is Stevens' most in-depth interview yet about the new casino resort coming to downtown Las Vegas.
We've also got a listicle about an Atari Hotel slated for Sin City, 10 things we'd love to see!
There's tons of scoop you won't find anywhere else!
Las Vegas casinos are open again, and we've got all the scoop about this surreal time.
Up first is an interview with Jonathan Jossel, CEO of Plaza Las Vegas.
We also speak with the co-host of Tipping the Odds Las Vegas podcast, epidemiologist Dr. Kevin Maki.
There's also the usual crap, so gird your loins.
There's so much good news, we're going to have our podcast let out. What does that even mean? Who the hell knows?
In this episode, we chat with Derek Stevens, owner of The D and Golden Gate, about giving away 2,000 free flights to Las Vegas.
We also get a sneak preview of plans for Ahern Hotel, formerly the Lucky Dragon. Chef Marc Sgrizzi talks about his new restaurant, Chef Marc's Italian Steakhouse, and also tells us how to pronounce his name.
There's lots of news about casinos reopening, and the usual rambling. Take a listen!
It's time for another slapdash episode of the Vital Vegas podcast!
In this episode, we chat with an escort about the challenges facing sex workers during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Finally, we've got your attention.
It's time to talk about what's next for Vegas, because things are pretty bleak at the moment.
We chat with international entertainment titan, Ross Mollison, the producer of three hit Vegas shows: "Absinthe" at Caesars, "Opium" at Cosmo and "Atomic Saloon" at Venetian.
Plus, we read some mean reviews and share the first 10 things we're doing when Vegas gets back online.
While coronavirus isn't the only thing happening in Las Vegas right now, it feels like it. In this episode, we talk about the Vegas shut-down, the impact it's having on the casino industry and what the future of Las Vegas could be.
We also provide Captain Morgan-fueled answers to tons of questions from Twitter, with our special guest Melissa Vegas, our shelter-in-place partner.
This might not be the most feel-good episode of the podcast, it's not like you have anything better to do, so take a listen.
The Hard Rock hotel-casino has closed to become Virgin, and we've got an exclusive interview with Richard "Boz" Bosworth, CEO of JC Hospitality, the executive in charge of the transition.
Also, Circa owner Derek Stevens talks about five restaurants coming to the new downtown resort in Dec. 2020.
Plus, there's a metric ass-ton of Vegas news and some requisite rambling. Take a listen!