So, you want to enjoy a good meal but you also have to watch the ballgame, right? Been there, myself.
If you’re “in action,” it’s always more fun to watch your money (hopefully win), and preferably with a big juicy ribeye. I totally get it.
Unfortunately, while Las Vegas is the sports betting capital of the world, the restaurant and dining choices at (or adjacent to) most of the race and sportsbooks leave something to be desired.
Here’s another way of putting it: They mostly suck.
This is one of my favorite photos of Marieta.
I snapped this one of her shortly after we were married (1992). We were driving through Brussels, Belgium, and spotted a patch of flowers in a city park on a spring day.
Fortunately, I still had film left in the camera. Remember those times?
What does being alone mean and can someone be happy living and working alone?
NAME CHANGE TODAY AT THE “HARRY REID INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT” (LAS VEGAS)
The Las Vegas Airport is changing its name. It all becomes official today.
Grab me a barf bag.
MY FAVORITE RESTAURANT CITIES (2021 EDITION)
Which are the best food cities in America? Here’s my list. Based strictly on personal experiences, I ranked the top ten according to four major factors I think are most important — variety, quality, value, and uniqueness. I’m not much interested in Michelin star ratings or gaggles of celebrity chefs. Who really cares? That doesn’t affect my day-to-day eating, and it probably doesn’t mean much to you, either. Instead, I judge a food city by what it offers ME. Admittedly, as is the case in all food-related writing, the opinions expressed are very subjective.