This is not a quick process, but steps are being taken to open a version of the Liberace Museum at the Neonopolis, on Fremont Street, by January, 2014. The original Liberace Museum had been located off-Strip on Tropicana and required a little effort to get to. It had a long run, but closed in 2010. The new location in the Neonopolis, should make it much easier for tourists and it will have a logical tie-in to the new KRAVE Massive which is set to open at the Neonopolis in a few months and Krave’s Drink and Drag bowling alley which is already open at the Neonopolis. With a little more development the Neonopolis could become the epicenter of LGBT-friendly nightlife and attractions in Las Vegas.
For more information about the Liberace Museum and plans for the new Neonopolis location, visit the Las Vegas Weekly’s article.
In my coupon sources post, I mentioned that the coupon books included matchplays and freeplay offers. If you are unfamiliar with the terms, this is how they work.
A matchplay matches your even money table game bet up to the value of the coupon. Freeplay is exactly what it sounds like. The casino is giving you a free money to play through a slot or video poker machine (or on rare occasion a table game, but that type of offer normally comes directly from casino marketing). Continue reading Matchplays and Freeplay
Three of the Pawn Stars Experts have their own shops or shows that fans might want to check out. If you want to find out more about them or visit their shops, here are the details.
Rick Dale, Rick’s Restorations, American Restoration
Rick has restored Coke machines, gas pumps and slot machines for the Pawn Stars. If you want to appear on his American Restoration show and have him restore something for you, you can contact him here. He has also taken advantage of the popularity of both shows and offers a lot of Rick’s Restorations logo merchandise.
Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturday 10am – 4pm
Location: 1112 S Commerce Street (off W. Charleston Blvd).
That is less than a mile from Pawn Star’s Gold & Silver Pawn. Continue reading Count’s Kustoms, Rick’s Restorations and Toy Shack: The Pawn Stars Spinoffs
TravelZoo has a new offer for Champagne Brunch for 2 at the Mirage’s Cravings buffet for only $26. The regular price for 2 people is $51.98 for the Saturday and Sunday Champagne Brunch. With this offer you can also turn the regular weekday brunch into a Champagne Brunch. If you prefer not to drink, the deal still offers savings over the weekday brunch price of $41.98 for 2 people.
Cravings is one of the best buffets in Las Vegas and is worth the regular price.
Here is the link to the TravelZoo deal.
The offer must be bought by February 3rd and used by March 22, 2013.
Soon, you will have the option to have dinner while strapped in at a table suspended 180 feet in the air with a great view of the Strip. Dinner in the Sky, which had a test run a few years ago, will open a permanent restaurant this March at 4750 S. Procyon Ave. (west of City Center and the Panorama Towers). The base rate for dinner will be $290 per person. Packages are available or you can book a seat for 1.
The reservation line is open. (702) 257-7303.
For more details you can read the Las Vegas Sun article or visit the Dinner in the Sky website.
Here is an informative video about Dinner in the Sky.
Dinner In The Sky Video from Dinner In The Sky on Vimeo.