We have been staying at Fitzgerald's/The D for years and always enjoy gambling and eating there. We always go into the cafe on the second floor to eat. Unfortunately, there have been so many of the food items removed from the menu. The food was always very good, but please bring back the SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN, the PARMESAN CRUSTED HALIBUT, the STEEL CRUSTED COATS and the GRANOLA WITH FRUIT. Honestly, there are only a couple options for me on the menu now. Please bring back all the great food you had served before.
Upstairs you have old time Vegas, downstairs the new Vegas. Decent vp tables upstairs, attentive bartender. The music is nice upstairs, still too loud downstairs. Food variety for low end to high end. Cash back etc. pretty poor compared to its neighbor the 4 Queens. Workers were friendly.
I spent some time here on last visit and I found the music to be a little lower now? I dig the Signa Derby on the second floor. The Pinks outside has a good hot dog. The new resort fee is going to be a factor there. The elevators are too slow. Decent vp, Bonus Poker FP.
One of the few places that has $5 pai gow poker. You usually can play for hours on $50 and they still bring around the free drinks.
Since they changed over from Fitzgerald's, they got the sexy dealers. Unfortunately, many of the sexy dealers aren't that bright. They changed the upstairs into a classic slots area. And it has a Sigma Derby. One of the best places to play downtown.
The D is an upgrade from the Fitz, The two floor casino is split in two atmosheres. First floor is new, rebuilt, loud and happening. second floor is more old school with the classic games and feel. They have full pay video poker spread around. 8/5 bonus progressive at the bar and some others that are coin machines. Love the new escalater from freemont street right to the second floor bar, saves me some walking.