You dread another work trip to Las Vegas. Or, you were curious to see the Strip for the first time and got overwhelmed. Now you're hungover, broke and the Strip doesn't look so great at the crack of dawn.
You can't wait to get out, so why would anyone live in Las Vegas?
Experience Las Vegas like a local and you'll thank me! Keep reading to find out why!
Where Do Locals Go?
You need a break from the overpriced tourist chaos of the Strip. Go explore, eat great food by local restauranteurs, check out work by local artists, catch fringe theater and and learn about Las Vegas' history. You'll be surprised at how relaxed you can feel in Las Vegas AND feel great supporting local businesses around the Valley.
Got it? Now get out there and explore Las Vegas Like a Local.
Travel to Sin City and live like a local in Las Vegas. You’ll thank me. Residents spend time at great spots around Clark County, visiting award winning Pahrump Winery, the incredible Neon Museum or checking out new and exciting restaurants in Downtown Las Vegas. Have you visited Container Park? It’s an area filled with food, […]
If you’re a Pinball Wizard, you’re in luck. Did you know about The Pinball Hall of Fame? It’s 20 minutes south of The Strip and hosts over 10,000 square feet of pinball machines from the 1930s and up – and you can play all of them. Grab a pint at the nearby Crown and Anchor before or […]
One of the things most visitors miss out on in Las Vegas is the experience of small local business. Unless as a visitor you decide you want to find something interesting off the beaten path. While I lived in Las Vegas, two friends of mine came to visit and wanted to shop locally for something […]
Good news with Iggy Pop arriving in Las Vegas in May 2017 for the Punk Rock Bowling event in 2017. As reported by the Las Vegas Review Journal: Iggy & The Stooges were forced to cancel a scheduled 2011 performance at the Joint when the now-69-year-old singer broke his left foot during a performance in […]
According to the Las Vegas Review Journal 318,000 visitors will land in Las Vegas for Thanksgiving celebrations in Las Vegas with 60% of those travelers arriving by car. McCarran Airport will see the least amount of activity Thanksgiving Day: The busiest day at McCarran is expected to be Sunday, with about 140,000 travelers leaving Las Vegas or returning […]
Today’s 3rd and final Presidential Debate at UNLV was in our opinion the most effective debate because after two previous debates, we’re fatigued, excited, curious, wary, and omg is this the last exam??? But that’s because Trump couldn’t recover from his own behavior before, between and after his first two debates. Regardless of how many […]