How was your experience?
Hilarious show. George Wallace by himself is worth going to see but he always seems to have a guest at every show. This time around, Chris Tucker, working his chops for an upcoming tour. Like many old style Vegas showrooms, seating can be cramped, the big guy seated next to me probably needed 2 tickets to stretch out comfortably so it was a bit annoying when he encroached into my seat. There were some VIP seating on the far left and right sides that don't have tables and have the potential to have more room. Cocktail service can take time. Since the seating can get cramped when it's full, if you're seated where it's difficult for the waitress to get to you, the service might suffer. It's going to take time given that there aren't a lot of cocktail waitresses to the size of the room. Not sure how the drink prices compare to the casino floor but it's probably the same or higher ($3.50 for a small (8oz?) bottle water, $8 for a domestic beer). Best to have cash, not sure if they take credit.