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Headed to Vegas for my first time. Going Friday-Sunday. I'm primarily looking for a reasonable place to drink and watch college football all day (morning through the afternoon). Got Blues-Nights tickets for saturday night.

So really just looking for recommendations for all you can drink/cheap drinks with good game selections for Saturday and Sunday. I came across an article that said that the Rockhouse in the Venetian has $100 all you can drink all day and includes an appetizer, which sounds pretty reasonable at face value.

We'er staying at Caesers.
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Where to start...

We have done the rockhouse thing. We found a little better deal on groupon, but they do advertise a similar deal in person. While there are limits on what you can have, tip the bartenders and they will do you favors. You can find a few other deals on groupon or restaurant.com if you look around. Senior Frogs usually runs some specials too.

Also on Groupon, we found a coupon for the giant Ferris Wheel behind the Linq. The have different prices for day/night and just for the ride or the ride with an open bar. You can knock out quite a few drinks while up there. They said it was promotional, but I imagine it is on-going. Just bring some tips for the bartender.

Over the years, vegas has become less of a place to find a deal on drinks and they require you to gamble more and more to get free drinks. When just wandering around, I found it to be just as good of a deal, or better, to buy single 24oz beers at walgreens (there is one on nearly every block and the beer is right by the register), to walk around with. You can still find some places that advertise beers for a $2 or so. When we wanted to kill time, we would find small bars a block or two off the strip, an they were cheaper and more laid back.

Sports books are everywhere. The most impressive ones are on the strip, but the cheaper drinks can be had at old vegas. Their sports books are not as impressive though. Nobody will knock you if you bring a beer or two with you though. I think most sports books on the strip were $20-25 for a bucket of 5 beers.

We stayed at the Linq last time. They have a little convenience type store about 50' away that had pounders at a reasonable cost. If you throw $20 in a video poker machine, the bartenders will throw you a beer or two.

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https://speedvegas.com/en/

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https://exoticsracing.com/?gclid=Cjs...h3-GgJSPvD_BwE

Either one is awesome.
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Downtown vegas is kind of cool. The golden nugget is the nicest casino down there. We stayed at the Grand Hotel downtown last time and had a blast. Their casino sucks, but hotel is nice and cheap.
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A few other notes;

Guy Fieri's restaurant is good. Gordon Ramsay's Burgr is mediocre, and Giada's restaurant is garbage and way overpriced (IMHO). There are a ton of places to eat though.

Hooters Hotel and Casino usually has $1/beers. I forgot about that one. It isn't real big, but is about 2 blocks off the strip by the Tropacana and MGM. They have a small sports book as well.

Spend some time in old vegas, it is fun and a lot different.

Inside the Wynn is a Ferrari dealer. It costs $10 to get in, but it is a pretty neat experience and you get to go look in the shop, which is kind of insane.

Use Uber and Lyft, to save money over cabs. Nothing is as close as it seems. If you don't have one of the apps yet, ask a driver for a card with a discount code, most drive for both. Also, look for the trams, if you can get those figured out pretty quick, it cuts down on a lot of walking. Most run behind casinos, so they are not the first thing you think about.

New York New York is kind of trashy, but the roller coaster is kind of fun if you are by there anyway. I wouldn't make a special trip for it.

Other than that, catch some shows, walk around, catch some happy hours, people watch, have a good time.
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The trip is structured around alcohol, gambling, the Blues game. Not necessarily on that order, but we do have tickets off the ice for hockey game already.

I also emailed Rockhouse and they do $75 premium bottomless as long as football is on saturdays and sundays. That's tough to beat. Looks kinda like a coyote ugly, though.

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The trip is structured around alcohol, gambling, the Blues game. Not necessarily on that order, but we do have tickets off the ice for hockey game already.

I also emailed Rockhouse and they do $75 premium bottomless as long as football is on saturdays and sundays. That's tough to beat. Looks kinda like a coyote ugly, though.
Get there early and you should be fine. It is a decent sized place and most of the TV's are off to one side IIRC. It has been a little more than a year ago since I went there though. They did have a bunch of games and shit to play there though.
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A few other notes;

Guy Fieri's restaurant is good. Gordon Ramsay's Burgr is mediocre, and Giada's restaurant is garbage and way overpriced (IMHO). There are a ton of places to eat though.

Hooters Hotel and Casino usually has $1/beers. I forgot about that one. It isn't real big, but is about 2 blocks off the strip by the Tropacana and MGM. They have a small sports book as well.

Spend some time in old vegas, it is fun and a lot different.

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New York New York is kind of trashy, but the roller coaster is kind of fun if you are by there anyway. I wouldn't make a special trip for it.

Other than that, catch some shows, walk around, catch some happy hours, people watch, have a good time.
Bouchon in the Venetian is fucking fire. Worth going to if you're looking for a fancy fucking restaurant to grub at.
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For drunk or hungover food, it is the shit. I am not saying I could eat there regularly, but it is what it is.
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I think I would have liked it better, a little more sober. That is where we ate after a long day at the rockhouse (all you can drink). The wife and I are both Thomas Keller fans. We booked their private room at the French Laundry for our 30th birthdays and did it up right. We mentioned that to the waiter and they brought some off menu stuff to us, so that was nice. We also got a discount since we stayed at the Venetian. I have to say though, I was expecting slightly more. Maybe that was my fault.

I do want to try his restaurant Per Se to see how it stands up.

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I think I would have liked it better, a little more sober. That is where we ate after a long day at the rockhouse (all you can drink). The wife and I are both Thomas Keller fans. We booked their private room at the French Laundry for our 30th birthdays and did it up right. We mentioned that to the waiter and they brought some off menu stuff to us, so that was nice. We also got a discount since we stayed at the Venetian. I have to say though, I was expecting slightly more. Maybe that was my fault.

I do want to try his restaurant Per Se to see how it stands up.
Ya, me and a couple friends abstained from booze for most of that day (we went to a spa, rather than drinking and gambling like the other half of our group) and it definitely was the right choice. Our friend, a gourmet chef, doesn't even remember eating there because he was so drunk and he is the whole reason we went in the first place
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Ya, me and a couple friends abstained from booze for most of that day (we went to a spa, rather than drinking and gambling like the other half of our group) and it definitely was the right choice. Our friend, a gourmet chef, doesn't even remember eating there because he was so drunk and he is the whole reason we went in the first place
Dafuq you doing in Vegas?
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lots of boozing and gambling, followed by a boujee fucking spa and a small asian woman walking on my back with skin scrubs and essential oils and shit, steam rooms and saunas to sweat out all the bad shit in my body, followed by some boujee fucking food and good scotch... then more boozing and gambling.

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Keller's best contribution to society are the little chocolate bouchons. I could eat 1000 of those.

There is a French Laundry in Vegas? Been to the one in Napa, it's definitely the "royal" experience with a dozen employees per table, etc.
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There is a French Laundry in Vegas? Been to the one in Napa, it's definitely the "royal" experience with a dozen employees per table, etc.
The one in Yountville, which is the only one that I am aware of.

My wife had to sign a contract and put a deposit down a year in advance for their private dining room. We had about 12-14 family and friends stay with us in SF, and took 8 to TFL...because if you are not a foodie, it wouldn't be worth the cost.

It was a pretty great experience. It was very obvious that there was not a thing happening, that was not orchestrated, thought through and in their complete control. The only thing I wish I would have done was ask for a complete tour of the facility. It still seems like a foolish ($) thing to have done that, but I cannot say I wouldn't do it again.

Maybe that (and the alcohol) is why Bouchon wasn't that great to me. All things considered though, I think my tab there was maybe 1% of what it was at TFL.


Edit - The chocolates are awesome. So is their white and blue apron beer if you are ever back there. It wasn't on the menu when we were in vegas, but they had it.
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No concur with you on all of it. TFL is more about the pomp and circumstance and you pay for it. A cool experience but nothing that calls to me to come back for the cost (and the year wait, which is by design). Bouchon is really all about the bakery. Whenever we go we prefer to go to Bottega or Hurleys, sans the bullshit. I just stop by the bakery for the baked goods.

The hilarious thing is probably the most fun is Rutherford Grill, which is nothing more than a Houstons, but they have a great patio/garden.
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I am trying to remember where it was, but there was a steakhouse in Vegas (strip steak is the only name I remember), but the wifey was really impressed, because they chose light or dark napkins for guests, based on what they were wearing, so as not to leave noticeable lint on clothing. It really is the little things.
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Well fellas, in the midst of gambling, hockey, booze and trying to get to the bottom of the massacre, looks like my hands are full.
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The one in Yountville, which is the only one that I am aware of.

My wife had to sign a contract and put a deposit down a year in advance for their private dining room. We had about 12-14 family and friends stay with us in SF, and took 8 to TFL...because if you are not a foodie, it wouldn't be worth the cost.

It was a pretty great experience. It was very obvious that there was not a thing happening, that was not orchestrated, thought through and in their complete control. The only thing I wish I would have done was ask for a complete tour of the facility. It still seems like a foolish ($) thing to have done that, but I cannot say I wouldn't do it again.

Maybe that (and the alcohol) is why Bouchon wasn't that great to me. All things considered though, I think my tab there was maybe 1% of what it was at TFL.


Edit - The chocolates are awesome. So is their white and blue apron beer if you are ever back there. It wasn't on the menu when we were in vegas, but they had it.
We loved Bouchon in Yountville and stopped by the bakery at the Venetian two weeks ago to bring back chocolate bouchons, macaroons and better nutter (my favorite).
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i can't offer any swanky suggestions, i always slum it on fremont. if you want to trade your phone for some tar i know a solid heroine den a few blocks off fremont(pm for directions). if you're still sober you can go back there and punch a few people and get your phone back, it's like a junky groupon
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Get off the strip Explore. Old sign museum. There is a crazy guy there with an unbelievable collection of junk at his house, and sometimes has tours. Lonnie Hammargen.

Porn museum. Pinball museum. A couple nights a week they have an amateur drift night at the speedway in the parking lot thats pretty entertaining.

Forrest Wangs shop is in vegas, pro drift driver. Its cool. Shelby is out there by the race track also. Go by Wayne Newtons house. Mike Tysons house. The wedding chapel that was on the hangover does not exist, so don't try and find it.

There is plenty to do for free. We had more fun just driving around looking at dumb shit. Def go to fremont. have fun!

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It's like... wax on/wax off.
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