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Dollar drinks:
“You call it, we’ll pour it.” That’s the new buzz phrase at Ellis
Island’s
casino bar, and this time it’s not just for casino workers.
Anyone may partake of this libations special offer!

When asked whether the
dollar drink deal includes call brands and specialty drinks, General Manager
Mike Koniski, replied, “If we have it and we can make it, it’s a
dollar!” Belly up to the bar 24 hours a day, seven days a week at least
through January; who knows how long this good deal may last after that!

Green Valley Ranch
Station
has once again changed its late-night offering in the Feast Buffet.
The former buffet, turned late-night restaurant, now has returned to a
late-night buffet once again. After regular breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets,
night owls will find a breakfast buffet set-up every evening from 10:30 p.m. to
3 a.m. Price is $7.99, and guests will find all of their favorite breakfast and
brunch items available.

More buffet news: As
the Castaways begins preparing for the Holiday Inn change, the buffet has
been dismantled. A “mini-buffet” is currently being offered in the
Pelican Rock Café. No official word as yet to whether a new buffet will ever be
constructed. And according to reports, the New Frontier on the Strip has
also closed its Orchard Buffet, while the coffee shop bearing the same name
remains open.

For additional
graveyard good deals (always a popular special in Las Vegas) try the Upper Deck
Restaurant at the Las Vegas Club, downtown. Four late-night specials are
served any night of the week from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. Take your choice from steak
and eggs, bacon and eggs, pancakes and bacon, or a corned beef hash plate, all
served with breakfast potatoes and toast for $2.99.

The Fiesta Rancho
serves a nice “King Cut” Prime Rib dinner in the Fiesta Steakhouse for
$9.99, available Sunday through Thursday evenings. The dinner is served complete
with a choice of potato, salad and rolls in a warm, relaxing and friendly
atmosphere.

The excellent steak
special (huge T-bone served with all the extras and a glass of beer to boot)
served in the Gold Coast coffee shop has gone up a buck. The $7.95 price
seemed to be around forever. The dinner is still one the best values in town at
$8.95. Nothing lasts forever.

With the MegaBucks
jackpot still on the rise at press time, a good place to cash a paycheck is at
the Palms on any Friday. Check cashers get a free $3 Megabucks pull. As
they say, “One pull could change your life!” Wouldn’t it be wild to
hit it for free on paycheck Fridays?

Until next time,
“Eat well, play well, stay well!”

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