Not your grandma’s game: Underground Rebel Bingo
Wed, Nov 3, 2010 (4:41 p.m.)
This “Health and Safety Meeting” might get a little out of hand…
“If you don’t like loud music, dancing, shouting, drinking and drawing on strangers, don’t come.” That’s the fourth (and seemingly most important) rule to follow at the Underground Rebel Bingo Club. The “secret” organization hails from London and began in a basement last year. Since then, it has branched out to surrounding English townships and recently opened in the U.S. to a crowd of 1,500 New Yorkers.
- Underground Rebel Bingo
- Nov. 4-6, 10:30 p.m., $25-$35
- Las Vegas Hilton
This isn’t your ordinary round of bingo, so leave your daubers and lucky troll dolls at home. And if you have an aversion to gambling, no need to worry—participation is voluntary. Basically, the Underground Rebel Bingo Club is for people who like getting wasted with a mob of strangers. It doesn’t hurt to like bingo, too. For a bitchin’ experience, make your way down to the “Health & Safety Meeting” this weekend. As for the first three rules: no old people, no boring people and no wankers!
LVH - Las Vegas Hotel
As the place where Elvis Presley broke all Vegas show attendance records when it was still called the International Hotel, the LVH - Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is a time capsule of classic Vegas. Its name changed from the Las Vegas Hilton in early 2012.
While the feeling is traditional, the hotel has recently gone through renovations. From the front desk to the guest rooms, all surfaces were remodeled. Crystal chandeliers hang from the ceiling of the 74,000 square-foot casino, where there is high limit table room with high limit slots. Just off from the casino, there is the world's largest sports book, featuring 300 seats, 42 televisions and 30 big screens.
The dining choices at the property range from the award-winning Benihana, a Japanese steakhouse, to The Buffet, where guests can enjoy the wide selection of choices. After dinner, guests can take advantage of the star-studded entertainment. The hotel also makes it convenient to casino-hop as one of the stops on the Las Vegas Monorail.
3000 Paradise Road