By Kay Steiger
Do not, under any circumstances, expect good service when you eat in Las Vegas. That is what I learned in my (very brief) stay there this week. At first I was willing to let it slide. Maybe they’re understaffed. Maybe it’s the end of a shift. For a city built on entertainment and, well, service I expected a bit more than the obnoxious service I got at nearly every establishment on the strip. All too often wait staff got the order wrong, ignored my sister and I, and simply seemed uninterested in getting us food and drink. Apparently the wait staff counts on their sizable implants to provide them with tips.
In other words, I found the city to be all show, no substance. Hardly an original observation, I’m sure. I will say of the few places I managed to visit in my brief trip, the one place I got good service at was Diego in the MGM Grand. So what say you, commentors? Have you had a similar experience? Or maybe I just struck out. Am I being to harsh?