This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, it’s another “best of” with our look at dining options including “Vintage” with Lorraine Hunt’s Bootlegger Bistro, new and eclectic Jaburritos, and a look at current dining patterns with our Vegas Insider and great chefs in our Hall of Fame visit.
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, it’s a “best of” holiday edition featuring the great Rich Little, ESPN investigation reporter Shaun Assael discussing Sonny Liston, Vegas Insider Scott Roeben talking about those crazy Stratosphere rides, and a trip to the Casino Legends Hall of Fame to examine the contributions of artist Leroy Neiman.
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, you’ll learn where to find the best cup of coffee in town when we visit the Coffee Stand at the D featuring Zingerman’s coffee. Join us, and you will learn a new appreciation of this brew! After that, you will go back in time to meet a musician, Mo Scarazzo, that has played Vegas since the 1950s.
All that, plus a visit with our Vegas insider Scott Roeben, a trip to the Casino Legends Hall of Fame, and tips for enjoying New Years Eve in Las Vegas.
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, we present a combination of music, food, and nature. You’ll meet Rob Garrett, who not only sounds like Neil Diamond, but looks like him too.
If you’re hungry, find out where you can get incredible lobster at a small price—Lobster ME is a great find. Check out all things lobster in Vegas!
You can get back to nature and have a different view of the desert, at the Spring Preserve just outside of Las Vegas. It is only a 10 minute drive from the Strip or Downtown.
All this, plus a visit with our Vegas insider Scott Roeben and a trip to the Casino Legends Hall of Fame.
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, you’ll meet one of the best acts in town, the Scinta Family and its patriarch, Frankie Scinta.
Also on the show is Dennis Blair, a great comedy act that has opened for superstars like Rodney Dangerfield and George Carlin. All that, plus a trip to the Casino Legends Hall of Fame, our Vegas Insider, and sports writer Steve Carp of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.