I may be mocked for this, but I really enjoy the El Cortez. It is small, cheap, and I like the music they play. I have never had a bad experience there.
I went to the Cal for the first time on my last trip and really dug the vibe there. Laid back Hawaiians made for a fun craps table.
January was the first time that I had been there in many years.we played slots for about an hour. I really enjoyed the mix of old and new games that they had. I told her next time we are in we should plan a day to spend some time there again. I am surprised that I have not recieved any offers. We didnt play a ton but Indid probably have about 3k coin in on slots.
Once I find that and sit down at the table or find my spot at the craps table, casinos are pretty much all the same.
If it's not a daytrip, then the quality of the rooms becomes important.
As far as food and drink- it doesn't matter much. I'm from NYC so not exactly yearning for fine dining when it comes to casino trips.
Also, play Pai Gow or baccarat for a half hour and get two free entrees at the noodle bar. Today I had roast duck and Vietnamese egg rolls, both excellent. My only complaint about the casino is the lousy video poker.
A full-on WOV review from one of the new, secret writers like flowlexa is in order.
you still never got me my fee Sunday or root beer float.Quote: billryan
Free Root beer floats on Friday, free Sundaes on Sunday, the ability to drink top shelf while playing nickel VP, and they play great music.
Feels like home to me.
Michael Jordan’s for steak, Tuscany for Sunday brunch, Bar Americain for duck. But my favorite is Ballo, and I am surprised that was not mentioned. Get seating in the back room and you won’t be bothered by the show in the Wolf Den. Yes, there are many restaurants best avoided.
Heard the Casino of the Wind will be repurposed as a shopping venue, all gaming to close, poker room to move to The Hall of the Lost Tribes.