Las Vegas keeps you busy, no doubt, and sometimes, there’s never enough time.
Fortunately, Tropicana Las Vegas makes it easier than ever to mix business with pleasure. By business, of course, we’re talking about getting your game day bets in on time.
For one of Las Vegas’ longest-standing resorts—opening day was April 4, 1957—Tropicana has embraced modern technology to keep customers satisfied and moving quickly from one experience to the next.
Case in point: The CG Technology Sportsbook at Tropicana Las Vegas. Compact and easy to use, bettors can get in and out at a swift pace, while being able to follow their favorite games and make additional wagers on their CG Sports app.
Here are your three best bets for fun, food and more during game days at Tropicana.
If you can’t pull yourself too far away from the game, Public House is your ideal hangout spot, given its location directly across from the CG sportsbook.
The 9,000-square-foot pub boasts a menu of American classics, with dozens (and dozens) of beers and Chef Irvine’s specialties.
The restaurant even hosts a “Beer Dinner” every third Friday of the month, so plan yours in advance when you know your favorite team will be right nearby on the sportsbook screens.
Sometimes a really important game can stress you out, even if you don’t have any money on it. For these cases, it’s best to distract yourself.
That’s where the Laugh Factory comes in. Open daily and featuring some of the world’s most recognized comedians, including Jim Belushi, Andrew Dice Clay and Pauly Shore, this is the perfect diversion when you’re just a little too anxious about a game’s outcome.
This is a can’t-lose proposition, because you’re going to have fun regardless of whether your team won.
Purple Reign is an iconic Vegas tribute show, capturing every era of Prince’s career. Staged inside the Tropicana Theater at 9 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays, this is where you’ll want to end your night.
And if your game is going late, just check the progress on your app. But don’t get distracted too long, because you don’t want to be looking at your phone when your next dance partner struts by.