While over at the Mandalay last week we stopped for something to eat. There is a little shopping strip in between the Mandalay and the Luxor, lined with some fancy shops and some eating establishments that are not as fancy as the ones over in the Mandalay itself. One place I like is the Burger Bar.
The young lady out front is the hostess – you can definitely see a little Hooters Girl influence in the management’s choice of attire. I wonder what they’d do for an outfit if a guy applied for the job.
There is sometimes a large crowd outside waiting to get in, but that day there wasn’t any line, just no empty tables. So we put in our name and hung around looking in shop windows. There is a fancy shoe store across from the restaurant, but it had a ‘back in five minutes’ sign on the door. While waiting somebody came by looking to get in – it took a second glance –
Looked like an interesting outfit. Being a guy I of course pondered if she had it on backwards. I had to wait for her to turn around to be sure:
But yep, bouquet and everything. No maids in funny colored dresses with her though. But this is a common dress style to see in Vegas. We’ve been in shopping malls, casinos and restaurants and found couples dressed in similar outfits all over. The Luxor and Mandalay Bay both have wedding chapels, but they came from behind us so probably Mandalay. Unless they have a limo reserved for one of the places downtown.
So D, next time you come out, why don’t the two of you bring along those outfits you wore? Might get you preferred seating someplace. The tables will still be happy to take your money, no matter what you wear.