Help a Senior in high school look for his 1st job? Summerlin Area(Spec. Red rock casino)
Hey all, i posted here a while back, i think a week or so ago, but thats off topic. I posted here in help of searching for a job since i really want to start saving up money since college is around the corner. I'm mostly looking into the summerlin area near red rock casino. If any info is needed :
I'm 17 years old and 6' 3" ish.
I know alot about the insides of computers since i built a couple recently.
I don't have a car yet, and still need my drivers(Will have in a couple weeks)
And just looking for a part time job since I need to balance with my school work. If anything else is needed, just tell me. Thanks for reading and if you can help, awesome!
Welcoming any advice for someone moving to Las Vegas
Hello, I'm moving to Las Vegas in a few months and I have began looking for apartments. I'll be taking tours later this month and am looking for the local point of view. I am working remote so I am not tied to a specific area of the city. What areas would you suggest for someone moving here? (I'm not moving here for the casinos and the strip so no need to factor the tourist component) If anyone has any red flags or advice for me it is welcomed. From what I've read Green Valley/Summerlin/Henderson/Seven Hills/Spring Valley/Whitney Ranch seem like a good area to look in to and I have found promising apartments and what looks like decent areas. However I haven't found much praise for the north half of Vegas as well as Downtown. I've found several places for 1k-1.4k a month which is good but I know very little about the areas outside of demographics and stats. Thank you in advance!
Best food spots (preferably local and Lowkey) to eat at in Vegas? Me and my girlfriend will be there in July and as a chef I want to experience all the food culture Vegas has to offer besides buffets and $100 plates of food. Thank you for any answers! And I understand if there’s some gems locals want to keep to themselves.
Looking for insight from some Vegas locals. I'll preface the question by giving as much data as seems salient. 1) No, I'm not moving there for at least 12 months. No worries about my bringing COVID from Florida. Also, I'm used to insanely hot summers, so the heat from June-Sept is no deterrent at all. 2) It will be just myself and the Mrs. - both in our late 40s. No kids, so schools are irrelevant. 3) We will both be working remotely, so home to work commute is a non-factor. 4) I make a comfortable low 6 figure salary, so while I am certainly not wealthy, I can afford something in a neighborhood that isn't downtrodden. 5) We're looking for a single-family home or condo/townhouse in a decent area, 2 or 3 bedrooms. We don't need a ton of space, so we're looking in the 1,000-2,000 sq ft range. I won't spend in excess of $300K, and would prefer more like $250K-$275K so I can pay it off faster and retire. 6) We are decidedly NOT elitists and don't give a tin s#$% about being able to "say we live in Summerlin" (for example.) I'm not the type to pay for name recognition or whatever "status" comes with living in a certain area. I'm far more comfortable hanging out at a sports bar and knocking back $3 Bud bottles than sitting in some hip nightclub, drinking a $1,000 bottle of Grey Goose. I find the latter both wasteful and nauseating. 7) We both like to gamble from time to time, but we're very much the low-stakes type. In other words, I'm not going to be hanging out on the Strip. Give me a $5 blackjack table with a 3-2 payout and a steady stream of beers/well drinks and I'm a happy guy. You are NEVER going to find me at the Wynn playing $20 a hand and getting 6-5. A few locals casinos in the area would be a huge plus. 8) We do like to eat out from time to time - a good steakhouse, some sushi, seafood, Italian, etc. We also get take out pretty frequently. Some options of that ilk nearby would be another huge plus. 9) Pursuant to #7 and #8, we'd prefer not to be in the middle of nowhere to the point that we'd have to drive 20 minutes to get to a good casino or restaurant. I'd like to have a wealth of options close by if at all possible. 10) We're not super active, but do enjoy a nice walk or bike ride now and again, so some parks/trails nearby would be nice. We like to camp/hike occasionally and aren't boat people, so it seems proximity to Red Rock Canyon rather than Lake Mead would be a plus, but certainly not a deal-breaker either way. Now, I'm aware that threads like this pop up all the GD time. I've read 90% of them, so there's no need to go through the regular motions. I've already gathered - or at least, I've read - some facts about each area. Summerlin, I understand, is very nice and self contained. My only concerns about it are fees out the wazoo, annoying HOAs, and snooty people. Maybe this only applies to certain subsections. This is the kind of info I'm fishing for. Centennial sounds really nice, but kind of far away from most of the action (see #9.) Henderson seems like it might be a good choice, but there seem to be a lot of areas to look into - I still am a little unclear on the differences between Green Valley Ranch and Green Valley South, is Seven Hills part of Anthem, or is the latter its own entity, etc. I believe I've seen enough to rule out the northern and eastern portions of the Metro area. Southwest/Southern Highlands, I haven't read as much about. I plan to fly out late this year (hopefully after this mess has died down) and check some of these areas out in person to try to get a feel for them, but I'm not sure how much you can gather in a day. I'll find out, I guess. What I'm really asking here is - can anyone tell me what areas it may sound like I'm describing with the facts above? Are there any particular neighborhoods (like Peccole Ranch or Silverado Ranch for example, rather than just "Summerlin" or "Henderson") that I should check out? Thanks so much in advance for your advice/insight.
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Relevant NPCs: Young Man Krime (Trog rapper), Old Man Krime (CEO, Krime Industries), M4 (Meridian/4, TBI regional operations commander), Dr. Henry Wu (Incense Master, Sapphire Crane Society, LA-PCC Triad), Uliri'kh Uk'tri (Red Pole, Sapphire Crane Society, LA-PCC Triad)
Collateral: Tampered maglock, 44th floor, 'Five Rings Hotel Casino', Summerlin, Las Vegas; alarm ward created by Uk'tri, room # 4484.
Synopsis: Runners purchased alchemical preparations from a Tamanous operative in Las Vegas in order to sneak past spirit and physical security in the hotel their operation was based at, after observing and surveilling the owner of an object of interest to their Johnson. They secured a 'Jade Vase' and escaped the property unnoticed by security response. 'Sylv' apprehended by casino security; records obfuscated by Slicer. Preparation tripped alarm ward passing through hotel room threshold, but left them unnoticed by adjacent security (astral, physical). Jetstream knocked unconscious by neurostun DMSO compound tracery left on lip of vase; carried from room by Orca and revived in stairwell by firstaid from Iosefka, narrowly escaping responding Triad security to alarm ward.
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Hours are now 11AM-10PM, I think the pinball area is gone. All 2 player games have only 1 side enabled (Jelly Lab, Milk Jug Toss, Down the Clown, etc). Roller Coaster is operational. They were encouraging social distancing. Side note: The Nathans got rid of a lot of their food and only have hotdogs and pizza now sadly.
Hours are also 11AM-10PM. None of the games were disabled, but the prize counter has been moved. They're remodeling the major prize area (hopefully to add a queue because of how long the lines can get) but all the games they had there have been moved around. The Adventuredome is open. They changed out all their ball and bean bag games with new bags and balls. Side note: The Mcdonalds both inside and outside still do not allow dine-in. If you want a sit-in place to eat at circus circus, only place open is the westside deli and the pizzeria
UPDATE 6/13/20 Excalibur Fun Dungeon
Hours are 2PM - 10PM ? (Call and ask). They open way later. I assume 3PM was when they were open (This was a Saturday) because I came in at 1PM and there were barriers around the entrance. The DQ is also up. A couple games were disabled to encourage social distancing just like at the NY NY casino arcade (One side of Down the Clown, Skeeballs, etc). They had a bunch of new games from Nerf to Let's Bounce, and also changed their Space Invaders to ticket mode (250). Their prizes were pretty mediocre. Best thing they had were cheap speakers but they did have souvenir shot glasses with the Fun Dungeon logo. If you're still looking for a classic quarter and paper ticket arcade in vegas then this may be your spot. I wouldn't invest too much as there's not really much to go for.
If you have any questions I'd be happy to answer (not have to be arcade related, mainly strip and downtown). I was there this weekend and it was surprisingly really quiet. I did not visit the Summerlin Dave & Busters location though. For gambling, I did prefer the MGM locations since they had the extra handwash stations on the floor. I hate that a lot of slots were disabled, and would've rather them remove chairs instead of disabling games. Same tags they used on the Slot Machines. New York New York casino.
I am once again asking for DD advice for Las Vegas
I watch so many YouTube videos on not being a clown to DD but out here in Vegas I feel like the people are cheap or something everything is so damm spread out, out here every order is pretty much empty miles back to the restaurant areas I can hardly land even a $1.00 to every mile ratio and since it sends you so far out from the food places you pretty much only should accept 2$ a mile but then at that point I feel like I’d be sitting out in my car wasting gas since it’s 110 degrees endlessly declining offers I’m not going to sit in my hot car with no AC running fuck that any other Vegas dashers on here that can give me advice or tips I see that the Twain area is always offering a peak pay compared to other areas of town but come on man that’s the main giant strip casino areas and also in that area is just a ton of ghetto people section 8 housing assisted living just a ghetto village kind of road there would be zero tips there then I’ve tested out the Henderson sunset station area with that cluster of food places and once again the same problem is dollars to miles you get a offer there then it sends you 5miles away way deep in a big housing community and if that’s not a 10$ offer just such a waste to accept it any advice? I’ve never tried north town or mountains edge area or summerlin I live on the east side of town so those areas would have to be worth the 30min drive just to get over to them
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I am a 36 year old single male. I just moved from San Diego two weeks ago. I am used to seeing ladies everywhere. At the beach, downtown, at stop lights, yoga, bars...you name it. I live in Summerlin which is a nice area but it feels like a retirement community. I have gone to a few casinos in the area, again, retirement community and mostly men. I know the strip is not where the locals hang out. So where is a good place to socialize and hang out and not feel totally out of place? I have been searching yelp and reddit and can't seem to crack the code. I typically enjoy dive bars, music venues and I enjoy going to Electronic music festivals. I will be going to EDC. I spoke with one friendly female bartender on the strip who was around my age and almost feel tempted to go all the way back there for some social interaction. Thanks in advance for the help.
My fiancee and I will be in Vegas for our honeymoon in a few weeks and the Aviators happen to be hosting the Round Rock Express while we're there. We're from Houston, and they are one of our farm teams with some great prospects and we'd love to catch one of the games while we're there if possible. The tickets are definitely in our price range, but we're staying basically on the strip (Signature at MGM) are not planning on renting a car. Does anyone know the best way to get from the strip to the stadium? Google maps says public transportation would be 1.5 hours, which is definitely too long for us. I'm guessing it's going to be Uber, but I figured I'd ask the locals and see if it's even worth trying to get to the other side of town for a game too.
First year here in Vegas. I have 3 friends flying in Superbowl Sunday morning and I'd like to find the best spot to grab a table and enjoy the game. I need a table for 5 including two wives who aren't big drinkers. Does anyone have advice or experience for which bar or casino would be the best place to set up for the game in Summerlin?
Hey yall Ill be moving to Las Vegas in August and Im looking for a nice apartment to move too. Im looking for nice, clean, safe apartment in a good location. Ive read so many yelp reviews on apartments and seems like everyone gets their cars broken into in the parking lot or theres just trash all over the complex, shady people walking around, etc etc. Ill basically have to pick an apartment without being able to look at it in person. Looking for 2bd but I can do 1bd if it is really good and my budget would be around $1800 ish max but would prefer to keep it around $1500ish. Also Ill be working in North Las Vegas close to the Santa Fe station and casino so would prefer to keep my commute to at least under 30 minutes , hopefully 20. Also not looking to buy a house! Im only looking for a 12 month lease and than I can decide later if I want to purchase. So far I like Inspirado and Estancia apartments and North Tribeca apartments. I visited North Tribeca in person when I was in Vegas and really liked it and was pretty set on it but when I looked at the reviews online they were terrible so now Im second guessing that decision. I looked at two apartment complexes in Summerlin and while the neighborhood was nice, the actually apartment complexes were not that nice especially for the price. Thanks for your help!
OK sorry but lets try this again. So in the near future I might possibly be moving to Vegas. No official job offer yet but they are flying me out for an in person interview within the next two weeks. I have been to Vegas before but only weekend trips to the strip. While I am there I am planning to explore beyond the strip to get a feel for if I can actually live there. What are the pros and cons of living in Las Vegas? What are things someone moving there should know? I am also planning on checking out neighborhoods and apartment complexes. The position would be at Caesars and I would want to minimize my commute as much as possible. I am also into outdoor activities so would not want to be far from Red Rocks. I would be moving from NYC and am used to walking/taking public transportation everywhere with bars and restaurants right out the door. I know this isn't really possible in LV but are there any semi-walk-able neighbors with hip restaurants and bars. So what neighborhoods should I check out? If someone could recommend specific apartment complexes that would be awesome. I am 31 year old male would be living alone.
Hey, what’s up everybody?! I’m moving to Vegas from the East Coast (Maryland aka DMV) and could use some insights on the creative community. Originally I’m from Colorado and used to live in Los Angeles, but I’m recently divorced, I work at a casino doing social media, and I’m just ready for a fresh start! What’s the scene like for video editors and photographers out there? I’d love to click with some dope people and make some connections before i get there. I dabble in video editing, photography, branding, graphic design, and I used to do social media for A tv network and global brand...social media content creation is my career right now. Also, is Summerlin a good spot for creatives? I enjoy doing nature photography and want to live somewhere with easy access to scenic views.
Recommendations for kosher restaurants in Las Vegas? (X/post /r/vegas)
I'll be visiting Las Vegas at the end of October for five days. I'm not super observant, but I only eat kosher meat. I'll be fine eating at non-kosher restaurants around the city, but it would be really awesome to have a fleishig meal. I'll be staying on the strip because I am a dirty, dirty tourist. Close to the strip would be preferable, but it's not essential. I'm O.K. with either hole in the wall type places as well as fancier ones, though I don't want to spend more than $100 for a meal for two, including cab fare. I did a cursory Google search, but it's hard to tell if the places are good just from listings, and some menus don't have prices. Thanks for the advice! https://www.reddit.com/vegas/comments/6pavos/recommendations_for_kosher_restaurants/
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