Food and drink
A word of warning, first: portions are ginormous. The ice-cream sundaes will easily serve two or three people and the mains are also huge. They're great, though - the menu's pretty varied, from junk food, hangover food to posh salads. There really is something for everyone, and it's all great.
The giant sundaes will satisfy any sweet tooth, but I actually prefer the Frrrozen hot chocolate - basically a big chocolate flavoured slush puppy (get it laced with booze, and it's even better). Foodwise, the 14-inch hot dogs are extremely popular, but I love the seared tuna salad - I expected it to be a bit junk food-y, but it's up there with my favourite dishes in Vegas.
Noisy but fun - lots of groups of girls, and plenty of families. Everyone's on a sugar high, too. The food works wonders on hangovers, as well (trust me on that one).
The (mainly) ladies are as friendly as their pink t-shirts suggest. It's informal, and it can take a while sometimes, but it's so fun that you don't mind.
Outside Caesars Palace, stuffed between the gardens and the Strip. It's the perfect location, and the outside terrace has fantastic Strip views, too.
Frrrozen hot chocolates start at US$9.75 (more for alcoholic ones). Mains start at around US$14 and sundaes from US$9.75.
Tables to book
If you can bear the heat, get a table on the terrace outside for great views.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- First-time travellers
- Celebrity spotting
- Great views / scenery