Before we speak of the evil that is Sailor Jerry, we talk about one of the best deals in Las Vegas; Restaurant Week. Then, we get jazzy at The Smith Center and talk comedy at the Hard Rock Cafe.
After talking about the upcoming meetup, car accidents on 215, one of the best comedy shows we’ve ever seen, and the fact that MGM has to deal with two disasters on their hands (Kardashians and the Harmon Tower), we consider whether or not we did the right thing by having Scott’s mom finally retire in Las Vegas.
This year’s Meetup takes place at one of our favorite bars in Las Vegas — RHUMBAR at The Mirage. The folks at RHUMBAR have set aside an area just for our gathering!
As an added bonus, by RSVP’ing (see below for instructions), your first drink is on us!!
Anybody can stop by. To get on the list for your **free drink**, please RSVP Facebook AND send an email with a list of attendees (each of whom should have their own email address) to [email protected].
These meetups are a BLAST. We’ve been having them since 2006 and they are always a great time to have a drink, meet old friends, and make new friends.
We will be located in the North-East corner of the outside lounge. There should be a large Vegas Video Network banner near us. And while the time of the event says 4-7PM on the Facebook page, you can better believe many of us will be there long after 7PM!
See you there!!!
Considering the high-stakes nature of the 1st Annual VVN Mini-Golf Invitational, it’s not surprising that some misinformation was disseminated. In this episode of Living in Las Vegas, we provide an accurate assessment of the event. We follow with a great experience at Capital Grille, which has the best deal on wine we’ve ever seen.
We covered quite a bit a ground on this episode of Living in Las Vegas. First, a gauntlet was thrown. (Pity poor Wayne.) Then, rumor has it we’ve got another LiLV Meetup in the works. Finally, we start getting healthier and to celebrate we drink from a punch bowl made of ice (and filled with vodka) in a cabana at Caesars Palace then wonder how a chipmunk called our toll-free listener line.