The number of trips Long took to Sin City, to put it into perspective, is two more than the number of town hall meetings he has held since first taking office in January 2011.
Long's quarterly campaign report, filed earlier this week with the Federal Election Commission, shows he received $297,335 during the three-month period, spent $126,498.73 and has $682,127.51 in the bank.
Long was in Las Vegas February 5-7 and January 16, according to the report.
The February Vegas expenditures included a $315.21 meal at the Southwest Steakhouse on the 6th, a hotel reservation at the MGM Grand for $1,252.99 on the 6th and $787.33 on the 7th, as well as expenditures of $97.54, $18.28, $29.55 and $16.56 for taxi rides on the 5th, 6th and 7th.
Long's campaign contributors paid $196.83, $204.99, and $184.21 for Long to have three meals at the Jardin Restaurant in Las Vegas February 5.
The Jardin can be found at the Wynn Las Vegas hotel and casino and afforded Long the opportunity to sample "Chef Joseph Zanelli's garden of delights for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, according to the Wynn Las Vegas website.
Southwest Steakhouse, also located at Wynn Las Vegas, offers such cuisine as the chili-rubbed double rib eye (a particular delight for those who hate to have to rub their own chili on their rib eyes), which was featured on the Food Network's "Best Thing I Ever Ate," according to the restaurant's website.
Long's January Las Vegas stay was at the Wynn Las Vegas, where only $55.09 was spent on lodging.
The largest expense for meals on the report was $1,370.57 at Domenico's Italian Restaurant in Jefferson City on February 28.