We had dinner last night at The Steak House at Circus Circus. High end, old school steak house with excellent waiters and food. The “petite” steaks were at least a pound each!
Circus Circus itself was built in 1963 is aging, not well-maintained, has signs in parking lots and hotels saying warning warning danger danger, watch your valuables and lock up everything. It also has Adventuredome, with short circus acts and a bazillion video and arcade games, plus the steak house, which is one of the best in Vegas.
It’s so low-end the doors to the main lobby don’t open automatically, was paid for long ago, sits on the north end of The Strip on a whopping 63 acres, and judging from the crowds last night, still makes steady money.
Contrast the warning signs at Circus Circus to a high-end place like Wynn, which has no such signs. However, anyone attempting to break into a car or do any kind of violence at Wynn will almost certainly be confronted with armed ex-military security.
Whatever you want in Vegas is here. $40 a night rooms? No problem. $10,000 a night rooms? Step right up.