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While talking with one of the Las Vegas nightclub owners this past weekend they wanted me to ask the following Reader Poll question . . . Should nightclubs in Las Vegas casinos go back to serving single drinks rather than making people buy a bottle in order to sit down? Maybe an hourly rental fee could be incorporated or maybe something else? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

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Reader Poll Replies:

They have been overcharging us for years, so yes they should stop that rediculous over priced bottle service.  Roger  Austin TX

I have stopped going to regular nightclubs and spend more time in topless joints around Las Vegas.  The drinks cost less, except at Sapphires - what a rip off on price, and you can sit down and not be expected to spend $500 for a $35 bottle of alcohol.  Daniel S. New York City, NY

Bottle service is ridiculous. Not every one likes the same type/brand of liquor that you do, and you may not like what they like. Single drinks make more sense because everyone can get what they want. I don't like the idea of a table rental fee. I saw Purple Reign at The House of Blues a few years ago, and they had the best set up I've seen. A table that seated 4 was $100, but that included a $100 bar credit. Of course we went way over that. Charging for tables that way would be Ok.  Jimmy Farmer  Nashville, TN

 I wasn't even aware of the bottle buying requirement, jus goes to show you how often I get to the nightclubs  susan beaver  las vegas, NV

First off, most casinos have a cover charge of $20-30 just to get in,then for the privledge of sitting down, they want you to spend hundreds of dollars for one bottle + mixers,that's pathetic at the very least! Clubs are probably loosing money if they are'nt serving single drinks. I for one would not enter any club without it being affordable and comfordable for those people that dont have VIP status. Pure Greed if you ask me!  John  Los Angeles, Ca.

 I think all the club should go back to single.   jim miller

Depends on the club. Biggest action spots can stay with bottle service, smaller, less well known clubs may actually do better by the drink. More people are willing to go in for a 2 drink minimum.  george Carl   Largo, Fl




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