I asked Dave if this was common practice, and though "common" might be a bit of an overstatement, it does happen more than you’d think. Fact is, this place is a destination built on all-caps fun and letting loose. There’s nothing in the rulebook to say that’s a thing you can’t share with your folks. To that end I saw table after table of mothers and daughters and fathers and sons. All age ranges in play. Some were taking a few days to reconnect away from the day to day, others made a regular habit of it. No shame to be found in anyone’s game.
A good bar is hard to find
I spent the majority of the graveyard shift chatting up Marty, a top-notch bartender who never let on that his day started at like three in the morning. In his years on The Strip, he's worked every kind of trendy, high-concept bar, but at the end of the day none of them hold a candle to authentic simplicity of The Lobby Bar. Flash, as he puts it, is just flash. Ambiance, service, and well mixed cocktails are all that matter in the end.