Monthly Archives: October 2013

Circus Vargas Draws Families and Las Vegas Magicians

Every so often, Circus Vargas blows into town. The circus arrives in several large trucks, sets up in the Rio Las Vegas parking lot, and delivers a pretty solid show at a great value.

We like Circus Vargas not just for the value, but also because it uses no animals in its production.

None of the usual circus smells, but you'll live.

None of the usual circus smells, but you’ll live.

Circus Vargas is a pretty old-school, low budget affair, but seems to draw good crowds.

One of our favorite parts of the show is the somewhat insane “Motorcycles Hauling Ass Inside a Giant Globe of Certain Doom.” They don’t really call it that as far as we know.

Everyone in the show gives their all, and the show’s seasoned ringmaster gives the whole production some Broadway-style flair.

Ringmaster Kevin Venardos keeps things moving.

Ringmaster Kevin Venardos, a Ringling Bros. alum, keeps things classy.

At a recent performance, we spotted a couple of well-known Las Vegas magicians, Nathan Burton from the V Theater in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood and Criss Angel, headliner at Luxor.

Burton and Angel are longtime friends.

Burton and Angel are longtime friends.

Angel was incognito at the show, but you can always spot him because of the tattoos on his knuckles. The tattoos are “IC XC NI KA,” a monogram for the name of Jesus Christ. Angel recently made mention of the tattoos on his Spike TV series, “Believe,” one of the longest hours on television, where he decided to put his religious beliefs “on hold” long enough to “raise someone from the dead.”

Moving on.

Moving on.

Circus Vargas makes the most of its limited space and resources and keeps things lively with magic, acrobatics and other staples of the circus.

While Circus Vargas is mainly for kids, there's something for everyone. If you get our drift.

While Circus Vargas is mainly for kids, there’s something for everyone, if you get our drift.

As is the case with most circuses, the clowns are the weakest part of the festivities (clowns haven’t been funny since 1974), but somebody’s got to kill some time while the bigger acts get set up.

Circus Vargas is good, clean fun for the whole family. Concession prices are reasonable, and tickets are as low as $25 or less. Keep an eye on Circus Vargas at the official site. They’ll be back.

 

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USA Today Launches New “Experience Las Vegas” App

USA Today has entered the increasingly-crowded realm of Las Vegas apps with its free Experience Las Vegas app.

It's Las Vegas in the palm of your hand. That could be why your palm is so sticky.

It’s Las Vegas in the palm of your hand. That could be why your palm is so sticky.

The app prompts users to categorize their “Vegas Traveler Type,” breaking down visitors into groups like “Partier,” “Shopping Diva,” “Foodie,” “Newbie” and “Wallet Watcher,” presumably in the service of creating a “custom experience.”

We don't find ourselves to be easily categorizeable, but just play along.

We don’t find ourselves to be easily categorizable, but just play along.

Throughout the app, as you’re exploring attractions or shows, there’s an “Add to My Experience” button. Those elements of your trip are stored on the My Experiences page, making it easy to review or update your list.

Narrow down your Vegas, because there's a lot of it.

Narrow down your Vegas, because there’s a lot of it.

The app is pretty intuitive, but the information isn’t particularly up-to-date (strange, given the app is new). For example, the now-closed Goretorium and Chuck Jones Experience are still listed.

There’s no telling when the app might be updated, so don’t rely on it exclusively for your Las Vegas information, obviously. (Note: The stand-out Vegas Mate app has seamless updates on a frequent basis.)

Some categories aren’t populated with information at all, like the Comedy Clubs section. Note: Las Vegas has a few places to find comedy, so don’t panic.

Las Vegas comedians are not amused.

Las Vegas comedians are not amused.

There’s a robust “Best of Vegas” section, highlighted on the app’s home screen. USA Today dips into its deep well of interesting content to be featured here.

Great stuff here.

Great stuff here.

An Events section has a fairly thorough list of shows, and let’s you purchase tickets through a USA Today partner, SeatGeek. An interactive seating chart helps price tickets for specific sections in a venue, a handy feature.

The app also provides a “Save to Calendar” option that shoots information to your smartphone’s calendar.

Expect fees and small print. There are always fees and small print.

Expect fees and small print. There are always fees and small print.

A City Guide section breaks down Sin City into digestible portions, like Dining, Nightlife, What’s On, Places to Go, Getting Around, Shop, Rejuvenate, Need and Travel.

Most of the categories are straightforward, with “Need” being a catch-all for finding locations with wi-fi, pharmacies, banks and recycle centers (for no particular reason we can think of).

Please don't mix up our restrooms with our pharmacies. That's frowned upon.

Please don’t mix up our restrooms with our pharmacies. That’s frowned upon.

The Travel section has a Transit System map. Someone smarter than this Las Vegas blog could probably figure out how to use that.

Our brain just 'sploded.

Our brain just ‘sploded.

The app makes it easy to customize the app itself with a “Customize Channels” option. Using this function, you can swap out the app’s main sections, adding alternative sections like “Trending Places,” “Dining Recommendations,” “Deals,” “Weather” and others.

We didn't go through all these sections. We have cocktails to taste and securities to breach.

We didn’t go through all these sections. We have cocktails to taste and securities to breach.

Overall, the Experience Las Vegas smartphone app is a fine addition to your Las Vegas toolbox. Did we mention how free it is?

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Cirque du Soleil Official Confesses “We Don’t Know What Our Shows Are About, Either”

In a revelation that has rocked the world of Las Vegas entertainment, a representative of Cirque du Soleil has confessed even the company itself has no idea what its lucrative shows are actually about.

The high-ranking official, who asked to remain anonymous, confirms, “We’re just sort of making it up as we go along. For years, we’ve crossed our fingers and hoped people wouldn’t notice. That’s why we use these pretentious French-Canadian accents. It’s a diversion.”

Cirque du Soleil is French for "circle of fish."

Cirque du Soleil is French for “circle of fish.”

Suspicions have circulated for some time about the often baffling concepts behind popular Cirque du Soleil productions like “O” at Bellagio and “Ka” at MGM Grand, but scrutiny became especially intense during the opening weeks of “Zarkana” at Aria Las Vegas resort in November of 2012.

Recent allegations have turned the Las Vegas show community on its head.

Recent allegations have turned the Las Vegas entertainment community on its head.

The description on the official “Zarkana” Web site reads as follows: “Zark, the ringmaster of an extraordinary circus coming back to life, guides us in an abandoned theatre populated by a motley collection of off-the-wall characters and incomparable acrobats. ‘Zarkana’ is a visual vortex set in a twisted acrobatic fantasy universe where, little by little, chaos and craziness give way to a true celebration.”

The official at Cirque du Soleil points to this description as proof of his shocking revelations.

“Seriously?” says the Cirque insider. “Zark? Visual vortex? Here’s what happens. Our team of ridiculously overpaid creatives puts words into a hat and pulls them out at random. How is that not obvious? Then we hire a bunch of contortionists and acrobats and push them onstage in skin-tight outfits. It’s a formula that’s always served us well, and has made quite a few people with green cards very, very rich.”

"Zarkana" is a fusion of "bizarre" and "arcana," or "strange secrets." Is somebody trying to tell us something?

“Zarkana” is a fusion of “bizarre” and “arcana,” or “strange secrets.” Is somebody trying to tell us something?

Recently, though, as audiences have become more sophisticated, they’ve begun asking pointed questions about Cirque’s nonsensical show concepts which continue to be perpetrated on a largely unsuspecting public.

An audience member attending a recent performance of “Mystere” at Treasure Island inquired of a costumed cast member, “So, this show is supposed to be an allegory of the origin and evolutionary ascent of humankind? What’s that all about?” At which point the “Mystere” cast member pointed up at an aerialist and fled backstage, never to emerge again.

Cirque du Soleil employs more than 5,000 people, none of whom can follow the plot of "Mystere."

Cirque du Soleil employs more than 5,000 people, all of whom are under strict orders to pretend they’re able to follow the plot of “Mystere.”

Our inquiries with the corporate offices of Cirque du Soleil in Montreal and Las Vegas, seeking an official response to these allegations, have gone unanswered. From what we hear, this may be due to Cirque’s longstanding policy known as the “Code du Silence.”

Find out more about Cirque du Soleil in our exhaustively researched One Minute Guide to All the Cirque Shows in Las Vegas.

Is this a conspiracy or merely something being lost in translation? Either way, Vital Vegas is here to unearth the facts, whether they actually exist or not.

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Casino MonteLago Closes Abruptly at Lake Las Vegas

Yes, there was a casino at Lake Las Vegas.

And, yes, there is a Lake Las Vegas.

Operations at the struggling casino have been suspended pending the casino “getting its flipping act together.” (Translation: Lease issues.)

Luckily for Casino MonteLago, it's difficult to tell when it's closed and when it's open.

The thing about Casino MonteLago at Lake Las Vegas is it’s difficult to tell when it’s closed and when it’s open.

Lake Las Vegas is about 40 minutes away from the Las Vegas Strip. Back when Casino MonteLago was a casino and not a “casino,” we loved it. At some point, business at the “casino” couldn’t sustain live table games, so everything went electronic.

At one point, the casino’s Club MonteLago loyalty program often gave out free yawns for new sign-ups. (We’ll be here all week.)

Even the beauty of the Mediterranean-inspired MonteLago Village couldn’t prod us into going without craps or blackjack tables.

We actually like it out here. We'd just like it more with dice.

We actually like it out here. We’d just like it more with dice.

This isn’t the first time Casino MonteLago has closed. It was closed in 2010 for more than a year.

We hope the casino will re-open at some point, with table games this time. That sound you hear is us not holding our breath.

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Today’s Epic WTF: Pandas and Kung Fu Spawn New Show at Palazzo Las Vegas, “Panda”

The Palazzo had us at “pandas and kung fu.”

The Palazzo Las Vegas will debut a new resident show in Dec. 2013, “Panda.” (Of course, they’re promoting the show’s name in all caps, with an exclamation point, but stylistic affectations don’t play in this Las Vegas blog.)

“Panda” is described as “the first-ever Chinese-produced show to take up a Las Vegas residency,” and “promises to dazzle the senses by combining high-flying acrobatics, kung fu mastery, music, and dance, transporting audiences to a realm of Far Eastern folklore.”

Oh, and pandas.

We are not making this up.

We are not making this up.

Says the show’s director, An Zhao, “We’ve taken two of China’s national treasures, pandas and kung fu, and illuminated them in a visually-stunning production that tells an unforgettable and timeless story.”

The story of “Panda,” as if it needs one, is the usual gobbledygook, including “the heroic quest of Long Long, a warm and caring panda on a quest to rescue his beloved Peacock Princess from the malicious Demon Vulture, who has kidnapped her on their wedding day. In the face of desperation, Long Long seeks counsel from Immortal Old Kung Fu Man, who prepares him for the dangerous mission to save his true love. Confronted by hardship, danger, pain, and temptation, Long Long must overcome universal obstacles to defeat Demon Vulture and restore peace and balance.”

Yeah, so pandas!

Nothing says Las Vegas like panda-ring to Asian gamblers!

Nothing says Las Vegas like panda-ring to Asian gamblers!

The show’s producers appear to have an impressive pedigree, including doing the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.

“Panda” will feature performers from the China National Acrobatic Troupe, Shaolin Monastery Kung Fu Monks Troupe and China Star Dance Troupe. Yeah, we should probably tread lightly if there are Shaolin monks involved.

panda show las vegas

Please tell us one of the performers is named Ai Yu. (Take a minute on that one.)

The pivotal question, of course, is will there be any actual pandas. The smart money’s on, well, um, no.

Tickets for “Panda,” as well as “PANDA!,” go on sale Nov. 1, 2013. Prices will run from $48 to $128. Visit the Palazzo Web site for more information.

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Let’s Explore the Soft Opening of Downtown Grand Las Vegas

The Downtown Grand Las Vegas has finally made its much-anticipated debut, so it’s time to check out the former Lady Luck and all its Vegas newness.

Whoo-hoo! Las Vegas newness!

Whoo-hoo! Las Vegas newness!

Technically, Downtown Grand doesn’t “officially” open until Nov. 12, 2013 (11/12/13), but here at Vital Vegas, our motto is, “Judgments today, official later.” Actually, we’re taking it easy on Downtown Grand because forming opinions about a hotel during its soft opening is a little like judging Obamacare by Health.gov.

Let’s do this.

This is where you enter the soft opening. All right, we'll stop.

This is where you enter the soft opening. All right, we’ll stop.

Based upon our first impressions, Downtown Grand has some things to love, quite a few things to like, and a fair amount of meh. If you’re not a fan of opinions formed during a soft opening, just skip to our photo gallery with a whopping 60 photos, several of which are properly exposed.

There's currently no self-parking at Downtown Grand. We figure that kink will be worked out soon.

There’s currently no self-parking at Downtown Grand. We trust that kink will be worked out soon.

We quite like the overall vibe of Downtown Grand, especially the casino. While some of the odds are more typical of The Strip than downtown, the casino is intimate without feeling cramped, the music is at just the right volume (we’re looking at you, The D) and because it’s basically a big square, everything is easy to find.

A little modern, a little industrail, a little double up to catch up.

A little modern, a little industrial, a little double up to catch up.

Here’s a look at the Downtown Grand’s chips, a pretty big deal to collectors like us.

This chip design takes us to our happy place.

This chip design takes us to our happy place.

We love the casino’s Furnace bar, and it was pretty much busy from the moment the casino opened. We expect to spend many evenings we don’t quite remember here.

Furnace bar, a sweet new downtown hangout.

Furnace bar, a sweet new downtown hangout.

Of course, we had to take the Downtown Grand’s craps table for a test drive, as did none other than Steve Wynn on the casino’s opening day. We hear the hotel mogul dropped $5,000. So, pocket change. Owner of The D, Derek Stevens, and friends later stopped by and donated $18,000 at the blackjack table, so Wynn got off easy!

The craps dealers were very friendly and experienced (a welcome relief when some downtown hotels like Binion’s insist on using go-go dealers, which is frustrating to many gamblers).

A highlight of our visit (and our life) was playing craps with none other than actor Richard Karn, who in another life played Al Borland on “Home Improvement.” Celebrity sightings in Vegas don’t get much more random than that.

Everybody comes to Las Vegas, baby!

Everybody comes to Las Vegas, baby!

Of course, you’ll want to sign up for the Downtown Grand’s player’s loyalty club, My Points. When you sign up, you can win thousands of dollars in free play. Or $3 in free play. Guess which amount we won!

You should totally try and figure out our real account number.

You should totally try and figure out our real account number.

The Downtown Grand’s casino has a baccarat room (see below), and a high limit area. They’re both small but sort of adorbs.

You could fit this baccarat parlor in your pocket. Security would probably have an issue with that, though.

You could fit this baccarat parlor in your pocket. Security would probably have an issue with that, though.

The hotel and casino have a great flow, with an ample number of places to hang out when you’re not gambling.

Art Bar is a quirky spot with, at the name implies, art on the ceiling. Hey, let’s be real, it’s not like you’re going to visit a museum anytime soon.

Insider tip: The paintings might not be the originals.

Insider tip: The paintings might not be the originals. This isn’t Steve Wynn’s hotel, he just plays craps here sometimes.

Because Downtown Grand is opening in phases, many of the new dining options aren’t available yet, but two restaurants just off the casino floor are up-and-running.

First, there’s Stewart & Ogden, which sounds much fancier than it is.

It's a hotel cafe.

It’s a hotel cafe.

The decor at Stewart & Ogden is sparse, and the chairs are uncomfortable and the food was just meh, but aside from those things, it was fine. Hint: Get a booth.

The grilled cheese. Like we said, we're trying to withhold judgment. Although, "it's just a soft opening" is going to get old mighty quick.

The grilled cheese. Like we said, we’re trying to withhold judgment. Although, “it’s just a soft opening” is going to get old mighty quick.

The other restaurant is Red Mansion, a shoebox of an eatery with a chef imported from Chinatown. We’re looking forward to giving this menu a try.

One of the Red Mansion hosts used to host across the street at Triple George. We like him.

One of the Red Mansion hosts used to host across the street at Triple George. He’s awesome.

We also couldn’t wait to try Ninth Island, a Hawaiian shaved ice. (“Shave ice” if you’ve ever lived in Hawaii as we have.) We wanted to love it, but it was sort of meh, and $5, plus tip, for ice and some syrup didn’t win us over, unfortunately.

You'll see what we mean.

You’ll see what we mean.

A big draw at Downtown Grand will no doubt be its rooftop area, Picnic. This won’t officially open until the spring, but we’re always up for a security breach to bring you some Las Vegas goodness.

Rooftop gorgeousness.

Rooftop gorgeousness.

The rooftop area, described as an “urban rooftop retreat,” more than meets its lofty goals. It’s gorgeous, and the mix of pool and sun and entertainment are going to be a big hit.

Let us in! Oh, wait, we're in. Let us in without having to breach security!

Let us in! Oh, wait, we’re in. Let us in without having to breach security!

Picnic was one of the highlights of our visit. Some of the lowlights included the Downtown Grand’s underwhelming sports book.

When you open a new hotel, you have to set priorities. The sports book wasn't one of those.

When you open a new hotel, you have to set priorities. The sports book wasn’t one of those.

We also weren’t loving the paint-spatter pattern carpets in the casino. We get the factory and industrial theme, but yeah, no. It’s a little like Jackson Pollock had an epileptic seizure.

At least it'll hide any stains, even if someone gets whacked.

At least it’ll hide any stains, even if someone gets whacked.

Also disappointing was the new Mob Bar, which will soon relocate from across the street. We loved this joint, but the new version has three strikes against it. One, no food. Two, no video poker at the bar. Three, dueling pianos.

We're out. Oh, well, it was fun while it lasted.

We’re out. Oh, well, it was fun while it lasted.

On the bright side, if you’re a guest of the hotel, you’ll get a great bundle of coupons for goodies like food and drink.

We'd use those. Especially the free drink thingy.

We’d use those. Especially the free drink thingy.

Thanks to our friends at VegasChatter.com for tipping us off to the coupon book, and for giving us some sweet Downtown Grand trivia. These escalators were actually acquired from the stalled Fontainebleau Las Vegas project on The Strip.

Oh, Fontainebleau, you tease.

“Downtown Grand, a zillion times better than Fontainebleau.” You’re welcome, Downtown Grand marketers.

Ultimately, we’re thrilled to see a new hotel-casino open downtown, and while Downtown Grand may not necessarily have a lot of “wow” moments, especially compared to resorts on The Strip (which is sort of unfair, anyway), we’re likely to become regulars.

The table limits are low, the atmosphere is comfortable, the drink service is quick and the staff appears to be top-notch. We look forward to seeing what’s next at Downtown Grand and hope to see you down there soon! We’ll be the drunk one annoying TV stars at the craps table.

Our favorite piece of art at Downtown Grand. And, possibly, ever.

Our favorite piece of art at Downtown Grand. And, possibly, ever.

Stop by Downtown Grand’s new Web site for more photos and all you could ever want to know about this new hotel offering in downtown Las Vegas.

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