Ever since 'Pawn Stars' (History, Mondays at 10/9c) blew up into one of cable TV's most popular programs, Gold & Silver Pawn has turned into a major Las Vegas tourist destination. But what else is worth doing in Vegas when you're tapped out at the craps table? We asked breakout Pawn Star Austin "Chumlee" Russell for some advice on where to eat, shop and hang out in his hometown.
Chumlee is seriously into body art, and at the moment, he's about halfway through a new tattoo on his leg. "It's a Samurai warrior taking down a tiger," he says. "Or a tiger taking down a Samurai warrior, depending on how you look at it, I guess." If you're planning to be in Las Vegas, you could get tattooed at Showroom Tattoo, where Chumlee gets his ink. Just make sure you schedule an appointment or you might be out of luck. "I've been going to a guy named Bundy there for years," says Chumlee. "They have six other tattoo artists who are really good. If you're gonna go to Vegas and get a tattoo, even if you don't use Showroom, plan it ahead of time so you don't get stuck with just whoever can do you." [Showroom Tattoo, 5595 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV, 702-253-5050].