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  • Everything Las Vegas Reopening Special Part Two: Venetian Offers "Share The Love"

    Everything Las Vegas Reopening Special Part Two

    Venetian Offers "Share The Love"
    https://www.venetian.com/offers/share-the-love.html


    Save Up to 25% Off and Give Love

    SHARE THE LOVE

    Up to 25% Off
    Plus give a complimentary night to an essential worker
    Valid for stay dates through 12/29/2020
    No nightly minimum stay
    Must book before 8/31/2020

    Book your stay at The Venetian through the Give LOVE offer and the resort will donate a suite night on your behalf to someone who has selflessly given of themselves. The Get LOVE offer provides the opportunity for those first responders and essential workers to receive a complimentary night at our iconic resort. As we open our doors, we can all honor the people who have carried us through this tremendous time.

    Anyone can take advantage of this offer. Want to know more about gifting or redeeming a night? Visit our FAQs.
    https://www.venetian.com/offers/share-the-love/faq.html

    Below is the list of essential workers that are eligible for the SHARE THE LOVE promotion:
    • Military, fire services, law enforcement agencies, emergency medical services & public safety agencies
    • Healthcare services
    • Businesses or organizations that provide food, shelter, or critical social services for disadvantaged populations
    • Public utilities
    • Trash collection
    • Home maintenance/repair services
    • Auto repair services & trucking service centers
    • Grocery stores, supermarkets, hardware stores, convenience & discount stores
    • Pharmacies, healthcare operations, & biomedical facilities
    • Post offices & shipping outlets
    • Gas stations & truck stops
    • Banks & financial institutions
    • Veterinary services & pet stores
    • Laundromats & dry cleaners
    • Food processing
    • Agriculture, livestock & feed mills
    • Logistics & Supply Chain Operations: Warehousing, storage, distribution, and supply-chain related operations
    • Public transportation
    • Air transportation
    • Essential stays in hotels, commercial lodging, dormitories, shelters, and homeless encampments
    • Educators, childcare centers and daycares
    • Mortuary and funeral services
    Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, The LINQ Promenade and High Roller Observation Wheel Now Open

    In accordance with directives from Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and the Nevada Gaming Control Board, Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ:CZR) (“Caesars Entertainment” or the “Company”) has resumed gaming and hospitality operations in Las Vegas at its Caesars Palace and Flamingo Las Vegas properties today, June 4. Additionally, the Company has reopened selected retail and dining outlets along The LINQ Promenade, as well as the High Roller Observation Wheel. On Friday, June 5, at 11 a.m. Pacific Time, Harrah’s Las Vegas will also resume operations.

    Caesars Palace marked the reopening of its main lobby doors to the public with a special moment on the Roman Plaza featuring Caesars Entertainment headliner Wayne Newton, Caesar and Cleopatra of the resort’s Royal Court, and Caesars Entertainment CEO Tony Rodio. Newton was the first to welcome guests and introduced Rodio. Rodio reminisced about all the rich memories in Caesars Palace’s 54-year history—from the world-famous boxing matches to iconic entertainment including Newton’s show at Cleopatra’s Barge, and more. In that time, the resort had never closed its doors up until March 17, 2020, and Rodio did acknowledge the country’s continued challenging circumstances. However, he enthusiastically closed by inviting guests to “get the next 50 years rolling.” Additionally, first casino guest Ben Laparne ceremoniously rolled the first dice at a craps table with Newton and Rodio cheering him on inside Caesars Palace.



    (L-R) Caesars Entertainment CEO Tony Rodio cheers on first casino guest Ben Laparne, with Wayne Newton at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

    Flamingo Las Vegas welcomed back guests in true Flamingo fashion, with two statuesque showgirls in the historic orange and pink Bob Mackie finale costumes from the former “Jubilee” show, with the new addition of bedazzled face masks.



    (L-R) Flamingo showgirls join Caesars Entertainment Regional President Eileen Moore and Flamingo Las Vegas General Manager Ken Janssen as they welcome guests back to Flamingo Las Vegas.

    The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas will also display a new light show in honor of the reopening of the Strip from Thursday, June 4 through Saturday, June 6, every half hour from dusk to midnight.

    The casino resorts offer lodging, a variety of food and beverage amenities, access to their outdoor pools, as well as slot machines and table games on the casino floors. The Company intends to comply with all reopening and operating directives from Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, the Nevada Gaming Control Board, and public health authorities.

    Resort guests and visitors have access to the following amenities at Caesars Palace, Flamingo Las Vegas and The LINQ Promenade:

    Caesars Palace
    • Gordon Ramsay HELL’S KITCHEN (dinner only)
    • Old Homestead Steakhouse
    • Vanderpump Cocktail Garden
    • Café Americano
    • Vista Lounge
    • Venus Pool
    • Spanish Steps Bar
    • Lobby Bar
    • Montecristo Cigar Bar
    • DiFara Pizza
    • Starbucks
    • Pronto by Giada
    • Nobu Restaurant & Lounge (June 5)
    • Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill
    • Smashburger
    • Brioche by Guy Savoy
    • Caesars Palace weddings have resumed, including two this weekend.
    • The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace retail and restaurant outlets
    Flamingo Las Vegas, The LINQ Promenade and High Roller Observation Wheel
    • X Bar
    • Bugsy’s Bar
    • Pizza To Go
    • Beach Club Resort Pool and GO Pool
    • The LINQ Promenade’s retail and restaurant outlets:
      • Breeze Daiquiri
      • Maxie's
      • Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar
      • Flour & Barley—Brick Oven Pizza
      • Haute Doggery
      • In-N-Out Burger
      • Off The Strip
      • Tilted Kilt
      • Yard House
      • I Love Sugar
      • ICE BAR
      • Las Vegas Harley-Davidson (June 5)
      • Pier 30
      • Razer
      • Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chip (June 5)
      • JaBurritos (June 5)
      • Virgil’s (June 5)
    • High Roller Observation Wheel (12 p.m. – 12 a.m., daily)
    Upon reopening, Harrah’s Las Vegas will debut a $200 million multi-year resort transformation featuring newly renovated rooms and suites, a remodeled casino floor and hotel lobby, Buddy Valastro’s PizzaCake and the recently refreshed Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Additional amenities will include:

    Harrah’s Las Vegas (set to open June 5 at 11 a.m. Pacific Time)
    • Starbucks
    • Fulton Street Food Hall
    • Ruth’s Chris Steak House
    • Oyster Bar
    • Buddy V’s PizzaCake
    • Fulton Bar
    • Signature Bar
    • Lobby Bar
    • Carnaval Court
    • Harrah’s Pool
    As the Company previously announced, it is suspending fees for paid self-parking in Las Vegas.

    Harrah’s Las Vegas, Caesars Palace and Flamingo Las Vegas will also implement the Company’s previously announced health and safety protocols, enhancing existing plans and practices in these areas. The Company is focused on the well-being of team members, guests and the community, and is working to create an environment with enhanced standards of sanitization and physical distancing practices. Health screenings will be conducted on all employees before they return to work and employees will be screened every workday thereafter. Hotel guests will undergo temperature screening immediately prior to check in. Employees will be required to wear masks at work, and guests will be strongly encouraged to wear masks as well.

    For more information on the Company’s health and safety protocols, visit: www.Caesars.com/health.

    Further updates on Caesars Entertainment’s response to COVID-19 can be found at: www.Caesars.com/updates.

    Paris Las Vegas to Reopen June 18

    Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ: CZR) ("Caesars", "Caesars Entertainment" or the "Company") today announced plans to resume operations at Paris Las Vegas on Thursday, June 18 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, following successful reopenings of Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas and Harrah’s Las Vegas. As previously announced, the gaming floor and other amenities at The LINQ Hotel + Experience open on June 12. Paris Las Vegas will be offering renovated guest rooms and suites, a variety of food and beverage amenities, access to the outdoor pool, as well as slot machines and table games on the casino floor.

    “We continue to see increasing customer interest in visiting Las Vegas this summer and, as a result, we are pleased to announce the reopening of Paris Las Vegas – gaming, hotel, restaurants and other amenities – on June 18,” said Tony Rodio, CEO of Caesars Entertainment. “We will continue to emphasize our enhanced health and safety protocols and create the memorable guest experiences that draw people from all over to Las Vegas. This positive momentum also enables us to bring more employees back to work, which is great news for them, their families, the company and the community,” he added.

    The following amenities will open at Paris Las Vegas:

    Food and Beverage
    • Gordon Ramsay Steak – Thursday through Sunday, 4 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
    • JJ's Boulangerie (dining room) – daily, 24 hours
    • La Pizza (express window) – daily, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
    • La Creperie – breakfast daily, 6 a.m. to noon
    • Café Belle Madeleine – breakfast daily, 5 a.m. to noon
    • Arc Bar – daily, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
    • Le Central Bar – daily, 24 hours
    • Gustav’s Bar – daily, 24 hours
    • Le Cabaret Bar – daily, 2 p.m. to close
    • Eiffel Tower Restaurant – daily, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
    • Café Americano – daily, 6 a.m. to noon
    • BEER PARK – now open daily, 2 p.m. to close
    • HEXX Kitchen + Bar – now open daily, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    • Mon Ami Gabi – now open daily, 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
    Pool
    • Soleil Pool – daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (hours may vary based on weather)
    The Company previously announced that it has suspended fees for paid self-parking in Las Vegas.

    The resumption of business in Las Vegas followed the opening of several regional properties, including in Louisiana, Mississippi, Iowa, Missouri, Lake Tahoe and Laughlin, Nevada, as well as tribal properties in Arizona, California and North Carolina. Caesars will continue to open properties in line with regulatory approvals and customer demand.

    Paris Las Vegas will also follow the Company's previously announced enhanced health and safety protocols, which build on the Company's existing plans and practices in these areas. Caesars management is focused on the well-being of team members, guests and the community, and is working to create an environment with enhanced standards of sanitization and physical distancing practices.

    Among the enhanced health and safety protocols are more frequent cleaning and sanitization. Caesars has also implemented a health screening program for all employees. Team members are required to wear masks, which will be provided by the Company. Guests will also be provided masks and will be strongly encouraged to wear them throughout their visit.

    For more information on the Company’s health and safety protocols, visit: www.Caesars.com/health.

    For a comprehensive list of amenities open at Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts, visit: www.caesars.com/las-vegas/open.

    Excalibur, Aria Are the Next Casinos From MGM Resorts to Open on the Strip by Susan Stappleton
    Other closed resorts may reopen on a biweekly or monthly basis.

    More good news for Las Vegas. MGM Resorts says that demand for hotel rooms in Las Vegas is calling for more resorts to open.

    MGM Resorts International president and acting CEO Bill Hornbuckle tells the Las Vegas Review-Journal that Excalibur will reopen on June 11, while demand could be high enough by the Fourth of July for Aria to come back.

    Excalibur plans to reopen its slide pool and the Drenched Pool Cafe, the Fun Dungeon Arcade, as well as some of its bars and restaurants. Hotel guests also will have access to the fitness center.

    He predicts that the gaming giant’s four other resorts — Luxor, Mandalay Bay, the Mirage, and Park MGM — could roll out on a biweekly or monthly basis after that.

    On Thursday, the company reopened the Bellagio, MGM Grand and its neighboring Signature at MGM, and New York-New York resorts on the Las Vegas Strip.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/6/5/212...virus-pandemic

    Paris Las Vegas Now Open

    In accordance with directives from Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and the Nevada Gaming Control Board, Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ:CZR) ("Caesars", "Caesars Entertainment" or the "Company") has resumed gaming and hospitality operations at Paris Las Vegas today, June 18. This follows the successful reopenings of Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas, The LINQ Promenade and High Roller Observation Wheel, as well as the gaming floor and other amenities at The LINQ Hotel + Experience.

    Paris Las Vegas marked the reopening of its doors on Las Vegas Boulevard to the public with a special French-inspired moment featuring can-can dancers, a Monsieur Loyal ringmaster, Caesars Entertainment Regional President Gary Selesner and Paris Las Vegas General Manager Sherri Sosa. After the Monsieur Loyal initially welcomed guests outside with “bienvenue” and led the countdown from “trois, deux, un,” Sosa pushed the button to launch blue, white and red confetti over the entrance as the resort officially reopened its doors. Additionally, first casino guest Roy Anderson ceremoniously rolled the first dice at a craps table with Selesner and Sosa cheering him on inside Paris Las Vegas.

    “As customer interest in visiting Las Vegas continues to increase this summer, we are pleased to welcome guests back to Paris Las Vegas with the same spirit and sophistication they have come to enjoy at our French-inspired resort,” said Tony Rodio, CEO of Caesars Entertainment. “We are also committed to emphasizing our enhanced health and safety protocols while creating memorable experiences for all our guests.”

    Paris Las Vegas offers renovated guest rooms and suites, a variety of food and beverage amenities, access to the fitness center and outdoor pool, as well as slot machines and table games on the casino floor. The Company intends to comply with all reopening and operating directives from Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, the Nevada Gaming Control Board, and public health authorities.

    The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas will also display a new, free light show in honor of the reopening of the resort, every half hour from dusk to midnight nightly through June 30.

    Resort guests and visitors have access to the following amenities at Paris Las Vegas:

    Food and Beverage
    • Gordon Ramsay Steak – Thursday through Sunday, 4 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
    • JJ's Boulangerie (dining room) – daily, 24 hours
    • La Pizza (express window) – daily, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
    • La Creperie – breakfast daily, 6 a.m. to noon
    • Café Belle Madeleine – breakfast daily, 5 a.m. to noon
    • Arc Bar – daily, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
    • Le Central Bar – daily, 24 hours
    • Gustav’s Bar – daily, 24 hours
    • Le Cabaret Bar – daily, 2 p.m. to close
    • Eiffel Tower Restaurant – daily, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
    • Café Americano – daily, 6 a.m. to noon
    • BEER PARK – daily, 2 p.m. to close
    • HEXX Kitchen + Bar – daily, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    • Mon Ami Gabi – daily, 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
    Pool and Fitness Center
    • Soleil Pool – daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (hours may vary based on weather)
    • Voie Fitness Center – daily, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    The Company previously announced that it has suspended fees for paid self-parking in Las Vegas.

    Paris Las Vegas will also follow the Company's previously announced enhanced health and safety protocols, which build on the Company's existing plans and practices in these areas. Caesars management is focused on the well-being of team members, guests and the community, and is working to create an environment with enhanced standards of sanitization and physical distancing practices.

    Among the enhanced health and safety protocols are more frequent cleaning and sanitization. Caesars has also implemented a health screening program for all employees. Team members are required to wear masks, which will be provided by the Company. Guests will also be provided masks and will be strongly encouraged to wear them throughout their visit.

    Reservations for Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse at Flamingo Las Vegas to Start This July


    With the recent reopening of Flamingo Las Vegas, the highly-anticipated Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse will accept first reservations on Thursday, July 2, 2020. Guests are transported back to the resort’s reimagined vintage roots when reserving a table inside the modern, one-of-a-kind, $10 million destination steakhouse. Restaurant reservations can be placed now by visiting the restaurant page on FlamingoVegas.com.

    The restaurant’s name is a nod to Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and business partner Meyer Lansky, who famously opened the Flamingo Las Vegas back in 1946 to bring Hollywood glam to the desert. With the Flamingo, they created the first resort-style hotel on the Strip and forever changed Las Vegas.

    From menu, design, and atmosphere, Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse takes notes from the past and adds fresh and elevated twists. It features a bakery façade, dry aged meat cooler, centerpiece bar and lounge, raw bar, three private dining rooms, ornate dining room, a hidden speakeasy-- The Count Room, and more. Once inside the space, the showstopping design from Studio K Creative out of Chicago and renowned designer Jonathan Adler, will have guests in wonderment at the extraordinary amount of detail throughout. Bugsy & Meyer’s partnered with SHE HIT PAUSE art consultants out of New York City to create a specialty curated art collection, which includes a custom beaded flamingo piece created by Adler that took nearly 100 hours to make.

    Joining the stunning steakhouse is the winner of the Food Network competition series, “Vegas Chef Prizefight,” Lamar Moore. Moore hails from Chicago, Illinois, and notably competed in the toughest job interview of his life, trying to impress a panel of judges, like Anne Burrell and Scott Conant, for the title of Head Chef at Bugsy & Meyer’s. Moore joins Executive Chef, Honorio Mecinas, who brings with him more than 15 years of Las Vegas Strip experience.

    While Moore looks forward to incorporating his Southern flair and possibly even featuring his finale-winning fried chicken, the Bugsy & Meyer’s menu features steakhouse classics and throwbacks, a raw bar and more. Bugsy & Meyer’s in-house 60-day dry aged program is showcased in the restaurant in a glass encased show cooler. Hand-selected cuts include domestic prime, wet aged, dry aged prime, imported wagyu and more.

    Entrée enhancements include a single lobster tail, Alaskan king crab, foie gras, B&M scampi, Point Reyes cheese fondue and more. Traditional sides are included on the menu, but guests won’t want to miss signature sides like The Heater…Baked & Stuffed with white cheddar, The House sausage, and caramelized onion; truffle potato puree; and lobster mac & cheese. Seafood is a cornerstone of the menu, especially with the raw bar kitchen in the main dining room. Enjoy premium shellfish towers with charcoal grilled enhancements. Other dish highlights include prime rib roasts, American wagyu short ribs, pan roasted lamb loin, fresh Dover sole meuniere and more. Dessert is no slouch with staples like The Big Apple, made with a white chocolate yuzu mousse, caramelized apples, soft caramel, and hazelnut café crumble.

    The cocktail menu pays homage to the past while presenting new takes on the classics and originals. Hailing from the Caribbean and a favorite spirit of the 1940s, rum cocktails are heavily featured. Other creations include prohibition-era libations and unique contemporary cocktails. Bugsy & Meyer’s also offers a vast wine list with selections by the glass and bottle.

    Bugsy & Meyer’s will follow Caesars Entertainment’s previously announced enhanced health and safety protocols, which build on existing plans and practices. Caesars management is focused on the well-being of team members, guests and the community, and is working to create an environment with enhanced standards of sanitization and physical distancing practices. Examples of these protocols in the restaurant include, but are not limited to, the following:

    Appropriate social distancing with tables 6 ft. apart;
    Restaurant occupancy reduced to 50% of fire code capacity in accordance with government directives;
    Place settings have been removed and will be brought throughout the meal;
    Team members are required to wear masks;
    Hand sanitizer will be provided at multiple points.

    For more information on Caesars’ health and safety protocols, visit: www.Caesars.com/health.

    Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse will be open Thursday- Monday from 5-10 p.m., closed Tuesday-Wednesday. It is located across from the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat main entrance.

    Bacchanal Buffet Undergoes a $2.4 Million Makeover at Caesars Palace by Bradley Martin

    Despite eager media speculation regarding the fate of buffets on the Strip, one resort is investing heavily to make sure a crown jewel of all-you-can-eat dining won't be mothballed when visitors ultimately return to Las Vegas.

    The $100 million, 25,000-square-foot, 600-seat Bacchanal Buffet filed paperwork earlier this year to remodel a section of the food line and has now revised the plans to allocate an estimated construction budget of $2.4 million for the makeover. The renovation at the buffet at Caesars Palace focuses on a 2,120-square-foot area, and the changes will affect the existing food counters, service equipment, and the ceiling and floor finishes.

    Bacchanal Buffet launched in September 2012 and served its millionth customer in August the following year. Specific plans on how the buffet intends to follow social distancing or protect food from contamination have not been revealed, but many dishes at the nine serving stations are already individually prepared, shared, or plated in real-time by staff from behind the counters.

    An estimated timetable for the remodel or its completion have also not been announced.

    Caesars Palace, along with every other casino in Nevada, closed on March 17 following a directive from Gov. Steve Sisolak to suspend operations of nonessential businesses, including casinos, dine-in restaurants, and bars, an order that stays in place through April 30.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/4/21/21...caesars-palace

    The Linq Reopens Its Casino Floor and Guy Fieri’s Restaurant on Friday by Susan Stappleton

    The Linq reopens its casino floor, some restaurants, and the pool on Friday at 11 a.m.

    The news follows Caesars Palace, the Flamingo Las Vegas, and The Linq Promenade with its restaurants and retail outlets reopening on June 4 and Harrah’s Las Vegas reopening on June 5.

    The hotel and parking garage remain closed at the Linq, but Caesars Entertainment says demand for gaming is high enough to continue opening casinos. “Adding The Linq gaming floor, food and beverage amenities, as well as The Linq pool, in addition to expanded amenities at Caesars Palace and Harrah’s, are the next steps toward resuming normal business operations in Las Vegas,” says Tony Rodio, chief executive officer of Caesars Entertainment, in a press statement.

    The return of the Linq brings back Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, open Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Nook Café, open Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Hash House A Go Go, open daily, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    For cocktails, Catalyst Bar and Re:Match Bar reopen 24 hours daily. O’Sheas reopens Friday and Saturday from noon to 4 a.m. and Sunday from noon to 8 p.m.

    Influence, the pool at The Linq, is open Friday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    Caesars Entertainment has not announced reopening dates for The Cromwell, Bally’s Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort, Paris Las Vegas, and the Rio. The Miracle Mile Shops did reopen at the Planet Hollywood Resort on Tuesday, and Mon Ami Gabi is now serving at Paris Las Vegas.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/6/10/21...virus-pandemic

    Nevada Allows Restaurants Inside Casinos to Reopen for Dine-in Service With Restrictions

    Nearly two months after Nevada shut down nonessential businesses including casinos to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the state has come out with new regulations that allow restaurants inside a gaming property to reopen for dine-in service — with some restrictions in place.

    On Thursday night, the Nevada Gaming Control Board issued the new rules for casinos that piggyback on Gov. Steve Sisolak’s May 9 guidelines, which allowed dine-in restaurants to open statewide.

    Casino operators must let the board know if there is a separate entrance to the restaurant apart from that take patrons through the gaming floor. Restaurants without an exterior entrance will have to show the board how customers will enter without walking on the casino floor, since casinos remain closed.

    The same goes for bathrooms that are not inside a restaurant. Diners cannot use a restroom outside the restaurant if they have to walk on the casino floor.

    In large cities such as Las Vegas, casino operators have to come up with ways to prevent customers from congregating outside the restaurant while they wait for a table.

    Sisolak acknowledges that opening restaurants inside casinos is meant for rural communities that don’t have a lot of dining options. It’s not meant to be a test for bigger casinos in large cities such as Las Vegas.

    Restaurants that open for dine-in service inside a casino will also need to follow state rules for reopening. Sisolak’s May 9 guidelines state that restaurants can only allow 50 percent seating capacity with no seating in the bar area. Sisolak encourages reservations to keep the number of people in a restaurant down, and tables must be spaced six feet apart. He said staff will need to wear masks, and he encourages customers to do the same. Pubs, wineries, bars, and breweries that serve food are allowed to reopen as long as they serve food and keep the bar area closed. Bars, nightclubs, pools, and casinos remain closed.

    The Southern Nevada Health District released a list of guidelines for restaurants that choose to reopen for dine-in service that includes similar recommendations.

    Sisolak initially closed all nonessential businesses — including dine-in restaurants, bars, and casinos — on March 17 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. He says casinos can reopen in phase three or four of his plan as long as the state continues to see a downward trajectory in the percentage of COVID-19 cases, and a decrease in the trend of COVID-19 hospitalizations over a 14-day period. Nevada is in phase one of reopening for business.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/5/15/21...virus-pandemic

    Nightclubs and Pool Parties Will Not Reopen When Casinos in Nevada Do by Susan Stappleton

    Casinos will look very different when they can finally reopen. The Nevada Gaming Control Board issued its guidelines for casinos to resume gaming operations once Gov. Steve Sisolak lifts his order for all nonessential businesses to close.

    Perhaps not surprising, nightclubs and dayclub pool parties at a casino must remain closed, although pools can reopen with seating arranged with social distancing in mind.

    Restaurants and bars in casinos also will need to rearrange seating with social distancing protocols.

    In most cases, the board recommends following safety guidelines “issued by federal, state, and local governing authorities with respect to the operation of hotels, restaurants, retail establishments, and pools.”

    Casinos can only open at 50 percent capacity and will need to limit the number of people allowed inside. The board also recommends frequent hand washing by staff, cleaning and social distancing at table games and slot machines, hand sanitizer available to visitors, and training on COVID-19 safety and disinfection protocols in English and Spanish for staff.

    The board notes its guidelines represent minimum requirements that should be followed, and casinos can develop their own requirements. Wynn Las Vegas and the Venetian and Palazzo already released plans for cleaning, protections, and social distancing.

    Sisolak revealed a phased-in plan for reopening the state for business last Thursday, but extended the state’s stay-at-home order through May 15. Casinos may be allowed to reopen in phase three or four, depending on whether COVID-19 cases continue to drop, hospitals can handle new cases, and additional testing capacity in the state. Nevada is technically in phase zero of reopening, according to Sisolak.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/5/4/212...ard-guidelines

    The Palazzo’s Morels Opts to Close Permanently on the Las Vegas Strip by Susan Stappleton

    Just as the Venetian and Palazzo reopen on the Las Vegas Strip, one of its restaurants opts not to return. Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro with its patio on the Strip, weekend brunch, cheese and charcuterie bar representing 60 farmhouse and artisanal selections, and raw bar decided to permanently close, making it the first big restaurant on the Strip to call it quits.

    “For the past 12 years, we’ve operated at the highest level of hospitality for our guests,” owners Chipper Pastron, Sal Casola Jr., and Sal Casola Sr. said in a statement to Eater Vegas. “Unfortunately, these uncertain economic times brought on by COVID-19 has made it impossible to survive as an independent restaurant operator in a hotel with an estimated occupancy less than 50 percent for the foreseeable future. It is with heavy hearts that we have made the difficult decision to permanently close. We are so proud of what we’ve achieved at Morels with our team and are grateful for our loyal customers and their support over the years. We love Las Vegas and hope to find a new place when it’s the right time.”

    At one time, parent company MCC Hospitality Group operated D.vino, and Dragon Noodle Co. at the Monte Carlo before that resort renovated to become the Park MGM. The company also operates Trustworthy Brewing Co., which opened at the Grand Canal Shoppes on the Palazzo side of the resort last July. So far, that outlet has not reopened as the resort slowly brings back its dining options. MCC Hospitality also owns JuiceFarm cold pressed juice bar with locations at the Venetian and the Palazzo, both in the process of reopening.

    Tijuana Street Tacos Arrive at the Taco Stand in Chinatown in Mid-June

    After more than two years of planning, Tijuana-inspired street tacos arrive in Chinatown. San Diego’s The Taco Stand plans to open on June 15 at the base of the Lotus apartment complex at the corner of Spring Mountain Road and Procyon Street in the Shops at Lotus.

    The 1,778 square-foot space plans to offer its roster of specialty tacos, including al pastor with rotisserie-marinated pork, cilantro, onions, cilantro sauce, and pineapple, as well as a nopal taco, a vegetarian option with flame-grilled cactus, melted cheese, cilantro sauce, tomato, and avocado. The restaurant makes its corn tortillas as they’re ordered and a salsa bar.

    Burritos, breakfast fare, mar y tierra fries topped with grilled shrimp and steak, and quesadillas round out the menu.

    Co-owners Julian Hakim and Aram Baloyan grew up in Tijuana and opened their first location in 2013. The company now has six restaurants that span from San Diego to Miami.

    The restaurant sits next to chef Eric Kim’s Sushi Kame, a 3,295-square-foot sequel to his Summerlin restaurant, Kame Omakase.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/6/5/212...natown-june-15

    PT’s Taverns Will Open 61 Taverns For Dining and Gaming


    PT’s Taverns, which includes PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Co., Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold and SG Bar, has announced that 63 of the company’s 66 taverns in Nevada will open for dine-in, bar service and gaming at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, June 4.

    The 11 taverns that are now open in Las Vegas and Reno for dine-in and takeout will open their gaming machines as part of the company’s roll out on Thursday. A current listing of open PT’s taverns is available at www.pteglv.com/promotions/now-open/.
    As part of Golden Entertainment, Inc., all of PT’s taverns are part of the company’s “Golden Commitment” to the health and safety to guests and team members. A full outline of the company’s Golden Commitment is available at www.goldenent.com/commitment.

    Known for its popular happy hour, PT’s will bring back daily drink specials, available at all Las Vegas taverns from 5 to 7 p.m., and midnight to 2 a.m., starting Thursday, June 4. They include a 50 percent discount on wines by the glass, premium spirits and all craft and import beer, including PT’s own craft brews and customer favorites like Michelob Ultra and Blue Moon. Happy hour at Reno tavern locations will be available from 4 to 7 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday and 4 to 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

    Las Vegas taverns that will not be opening at this time include West Sahara & Decatur, located at 4604 W. Sahara; PT’s Gold, located at 9050 W. Post Rd.; and PT’s Gold located at 10075 S. Eastern Ave. Additional reopening dates for PT’s remaining taverns will be announced on a later date. More information about PT’s reopening schedule can be found on the company’s website at pteglv.com, as well as on Facebook and Instagram.

    BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas to Reopen


    BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas is ready to welcome visitors back to Las Vegas starting at 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 4.

    Located directly on the Las Vegas Strip, BEER PARK is accessible by a staircase on Las Vegas Blvd. at the Paris Las Vegas entrance as well as by elevator. The popular rooftop bar offers a spacious 9,000-square-foot outdoor deck and indoor/outdoor 10,000-square-foot indoor ‘living room.’

    BEER PARK will be open daily from 2 – 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 2 p.m. – close on Friday and Saturday. A limited-time menu of appetizers, burgers, sandwiches and entrees includes favorites such as the BEER PARK cheeseburger, made with a 100% beef brisket patty topped with American cheese, smoked onions, black pepper, Baconnaise, shredded lettuce and sliced tomato; fish and chips, Shock Top-battered Alaskan cod served with crinkle cut fries, lemon and malt vinegar mayo; and a smoked prime rib cheesesteak, made with shaved prime rib, American cheese and caramelized onion served on a hoagie roll.

    BEER PARK’s beer selections include more than 40 bottled and canned beers, as well as more than a dozen drafts, including crafts such as 10 Barrel – Apocalypse IPA and Four Peaks, a grapefruit shandy. Other drink selections include an array of wines and wines on draft, as well as signature cocktails and cocktails on draft.

    Through guidelines set by Governor Steve Sisolak and the State of Nevada, as well as recommendations from local and national health organizations, BEER PARK will limit seating to 50% capacity and space tables and bar seating for social distancing. BEER PARK’s team has been trained to comply with all health and safety standards, which include sanitization protocols, masks and frequent hand washing.

    Reservations are available on OpenTable at https://www.opentable.com/beer-park and more information is available by calling 702.444.4500 or on the website at www.beerpark.com. BEER PARK by Budweiser is owned and operated by BEER PARK, LLC (not by Anheuser-Busch).

    Morton Group Announces Reopening of Las Vegas Restaurants

    Jenna and Michael Morton of Morton Group have announced the reopening of three of their restaurants on Thursday, June 4, including La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas, CRUSH American Grill at MGM Grand and La Comida in Downtown Las Vegas.

    La Cave will open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch; CRUSH will open for happy hour and dinner; La Comida will open for lunch and dinner; and all three restaurants will be open for private events, including bookings for weddings, rehearsal dinners and receptions.

    La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway

    With views of the picturesque Wynn pool and gardens from the open-air garden lounge and terrace, La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway will be open daily from 11:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. Executive Chef William DeMarco will prepare a menu of seasonally-inspired dishes including crab ravioli, accompanied by arugula and lemon butter; braised short rib tacos with avocado crema and pico de gallo; wild salmon, complemented by corn purée and balsamic mushrooms; and beef filet crostini, topped with blue cheese fondue and truffle cream. La Cave’s popular butler-style brunch will also be available from 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, featuring a rotating selection of delicious dishes such as Snickers pancakes, veal short rib hash and filet mignon eggs Benedict.

    Reservations are available by calling 702.770.7375 or online at www.lacavelv.com.

    CRUSH American Grill

    Located at the center of MGM Grand, CRUSH American Grill will be open from 5 to 10 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, serving its menu of contemporary cuisine. Signature dishes include the 8-ounce filet mignon, served with fingerling potatoes and sweet onions, topped with blue cheese fondue; shrimp risotto with roasted tomatoes and basil; chicken parmesan with fresh burrata cheese and basil; and Togarashi sea bass, served with braised kale and tomato chutney. Happy hour, available from 5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, will feature a rotating selection of $10 woodfired pizzas, $5 beer and $5 wines by the glass.

    Reservations are available by calling 702.891.3222 or online at www.crushmgm.com.

    La Comida

    Downtown Las Vegas’ vibrant eatery, La Comida, will celebrate its reopening with a belated Cinco de Mayo celebration and $5 house margaritas from Thursday, June 4 through Sunday, June 7. La Comida will be open from noon to 9 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday, with extended patio seating for open-air dining. Prepared by Executive Chef Mario Garcia, La Comida’s signature dishes will also be available, including the chile relleno, featuring a battered, stuffed poblano pepper, queso fresco, ranchera sauce, cilantro and jalapeno cream; the sizzling chicken or steak fajitas served with fresh guacamole, pico de gallo, corn, bell peppers and onions; and a lineup of the restaurant’s refreshing margaritas, with 15 different flavors to choose from.

    Reservations are available by calling 702.463.9900 or online at www.LaComidaLV.com.

    New concept The Lounge at El Dorado debuts later this year next to El Dorado Cantina at Tivoli Village

    El Dorado Cantina is excited to introduce the brand’s newest concept, The Lounge at El Dorado, set to open late summer/early fall 2020 inside Tivoli Village.

    The Lounge at El Dorado will occupy the former Hamptons’ space and maintain the same hours of operation as the neighboring El Dorado Cantina. The two establishments will share the courtyard and patio space.

    The combined 5,393 square foot space will have a total of nine booths between the first and second floors, which gives the room ample social distancing naturally. Other details such as the menu and cocktail program will be announced soon.

    The Lounge El Dorado Cantina is located at 440 South Rampart Boulevard, Suite 180, inside Tivoli Village.

    CLIQUE HOSPITALITY ANNOUNCES THE RE-OPENING OF HEARTHSTONE KITCHEN AND CELLAR, BOTTIGLIA CUCINA ENOTECA, AND BORRACHA MEXICAN CANTINA

    Andy Masi’s Clique Hospitality is set to re-open three of its restaurants on Tuesday May 26th, 2020. Hearthstone Kitchen located in Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, Borracha Mexican Cantina and Bottiglia Cucina Enoteca located at Green Valley Ranch Resort, Spa and Casino.

    Hearthstone Kitchen, which originally opened in the Fall 2014 will continue to delight locals and visitors alike with its rustic-American dining options utilizing simple, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. Bottiglia was introduced Spring 2016 alongside Borracha Mexican Cantina providing Las Vegas everything you would want from a classic Italian restaurant along with a modern, fun and vibrant experience. Borracha will continue to offer its diverse menu with both conventional and unconventional Mexican cuisine while implementing new safety practices in place at all three Clique Hospitality properties, in conjunction with Station Casinos’ safety and health protocols recently announced including team members required to undergo FDA-authorized COVID-19 testing prior to returning to work, and tested at regular intervals thereafter.

    After a two-month closure following the coronavirus pandemic, Masi’s team is proactively setting up all necessary protocols according to state guidelines to ensure the best possible level of service as well as the health and safety of the Las Vegas community as it is top priority. Dining rooms will operate at a reduced capacity, with tables set up according to social distancing standards. Each location will require a reservation for all guests dining-in, available by calling the restaurant or directly through the website.

    Other protocols include the frequent and timed sanitization of contact surfaces of the entire venue, as well as hand washing, glove & mask wearing and changing. Temperature and wellness checks for every employee will be mandatory before each shift. Updated protocols from host stand to bar, also include, providing disposable and digital menus with a QR code to be viewed on diners’ mobile devices. All safety practices are being updated as the guest’s well-being and experience are paramount.

    “We are excited to re-open and are taking every possible step to ensure our employees and guests safety and well-being while continuing an incredible dining experience.” Says Masi

    All restaurants are also conveniently setting up for curbside pick-up and delivery with the same selections as their dine-in menu.

    HOURS OF OPERATION:

    Borracha Mexican Cantina

    Monday: Closed

    Tuesday - Thursday: 4:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.

    Friday - Saturday: 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

    Sunday: 4:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m.

    https://borrachavegas.com/

    Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca

    Monday: 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

    Tuesday:

    Wednesday - Thursday: 5:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.

    Friday - Saturday: 5:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m.

    Sunday Brunch 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    Sunday Dinner 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

    https://bottiglialv.com/

    Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar

    Monday - Thursday: 5:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m.

    Friday - Saturday: 5:00 p.m - 10:00 p.m.

    Sunday Brunch: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    Sunday Dinner: 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

    https://hearthstonelv.com

    Lip Smacking Foodie Tours’ Founder Launches Private Tours with Virtual Guide

    Beginning June 1, food lovers will be able to eat and explore their way through Downtown Las Vegas like never before with a private, self-guided, e-assisted culinary tour created by Finger Licking Foodie Tours. The brand-new company represents a follow-up, companion business to the successful Lip Smacking Foodie Tours created by Las Vegas entrepreneur and hospitality-industry veteran, Donald Contursi.

    The new self-guided Finger Licking Foodie Tour offers guests a fun and innovative way to support three top restaurants in the Las Vegas community, while enjoying an array of Instagrammable dishes in one outing. Each tour requires a minimum of just two patrons, so guests can safely dine with their closest family and loved ones.

    With restaurant capacities limited due to public health restrictions and reservations at the hottest restaurants challenging, Finger Licking Foodie Tours provide immediate VIP seating with signature dishes served fresh, shortly after arrival. Tours are “led” by a virtual tour guide who provides a map of the route, interesting tidbits along the way and a guided walk through Downtown Container Park to support local small businesses.

    “This tour provides an intimate and personalized foodie experience,” explains Contursi. “Guests receive an online map, as well as a link to an innovative virtual tour guide who provides commentary for each fascinating stop along the way including a walk through Downtown Container Park to support small businesses. On this 2.5-hour experience in the city’s exciting, revitalized downtown, guests will visit three acclaimed restaurants, enjoying superb service and three unforgettable dishes at each venue.”

    Contursi founded Lip Smacking Foodie Tours five years ago to offer gourmet walking tours featuring prime-time dining and VIP service at the most exclusive restaurants. After quickly accumulating numerous accolades and repeat customers, he expanded on the concept with Finger Licking Foodie Tours, which was established in 2019 to provide a casual romp at affordable prices.

    In addition to the self-guided tour, Finger Licking Foodie Tours offers two guided group tours: The Las Vegas Strip Foodie Tour provides a 2.5-hour afternoon experience leaving plenty of time for a night out on the town afterward. Guests visit four exciting stops on each tour, which combines sensational sight-seeing with craveable dishes. Each tour’s itinerary remains under wraps for maximum anticipation and surprise. Knowledgeable and charismatic local guides keep the atmosphere lively by spotlighting some of the most distinctive sights and fascinating facts along the way. Guests who opt for the Downtown Las Vegas Foodie Tour enjoy the same benefits while visiting four neighborhood restaurants run by local chefs who have made a name for themselves in the dynamic, art-filled, revitalized downtown.

    Finger Licking Foodie Tours start at the accessible price point of just $79 per person and includes three restaurants and three dishes at every stop. Gratuity is included for each restaurant. Additionally, a 15 percent discount is offered to guests on beverages and additional menu items. Each tour is designed for singles, couples and groups of friends or families. Click here to make a reservation.

    Guests may book the tour any time between 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily. Tours are ideal for date night, birthday and anniversary celebrations. Gift certificates may be purchased for friends, loved ones and guests visiting from out of town and are available here.

    ABOUT FINGER LICKING FOODIE TOURS
    Finger Licking Foodie Tours is the new company founded by Donald Contursi, founder and president of the wildly successful, award-winning Lip Smacking Foodie Tours. Finger Licking Foodie Tours offers lighthearted, casual culinary walking tours on the Strip and in vibrantly revitalized Downtown Las Vegas, each led by a professional guide. It also offers a trendsetting, private, self-guided culinary tour through downtown. Each tour introduces guests to the city’s distinctive and irresistible eateries. The Finger Licking Foodie group tour covers four stops during a leisurely 2.5-hour tour led by a friendly guide who points out the coolest sights and most fun facts along the way. Group tours are designed for singles, couples and groups of friends or families. The private self-guided downtown tour is available for a minimum of two attendees and features an audio e-guide, as well as stops at three renowned restaurants to enjoy an array of dishes. For more information, visit FingerLickingFoodieTours.com.

    Pin Kaow Thai Restaurant Reopens


    A family-owned restaurant and a favorite of Las Vegas locals for two decades, Pin Kaow Thai Restaurant has reopened to serve traditional Thai cuisine through curbside takeout and delivery from their locations at 1974 N. Rainbow Blvd, and 9530 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 100.

    A frequent winner of Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” awards, Pin Kaow’s menu includes an array of flavorful soups, curries, noodle dishes, meat and seafood selections, all made in-house with fresh and seasonal ingredients. Beer and bottles of wine are also available to order at a 30 percent discount from both locations.

    Signature dishes include Thai beef jerky, marinated dried beef seasoned with coriander seeds, served with spicy tamarind sauce; spicy basil chicken, stir-fried with Thai basil, bell peppers, onion, jalapeño and chili garlic; Panang curry with coconut milk, green beans, bell peppers and Thai basil; Thai sukiyaki, made with silver noodles, fresh vegetables, chicken, squid, scallops, egg and spicy Thai sukiyaki sauce; and Bangkok sea bass, a fresh Chilean sea bass fillet accompanied by shiitake mushrooms, scallions and ginger sauce.

    More information is available on the website at www.PinKaow.com and by calling the Rainbow location at 702-638-2746 or the Eastern location at 702-407-1188. Each location is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, and noon to 10 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Follow Pin Kaow on Facebook and Instagram at @PinKaowThai.

    Cousins New York Pizza & Pasta Celebrates Grand Opening


    What began as a childhood dream in New York City between two cousins is now a reality with the opening of Cousins New York Pizza & Pasta, which is now open at 9773 West Flamingo Rd. In support of the local community during the COVID-19 crisis, Cousins will be donating more than 1,000 pizzas to front line heroes at surrounding hospitals and Las Vegas residents.

    Jared Weiss and Mitchell Kane, both longtime Las Vegans who grew up in New York, imagined their future pizzeria when they were just kids. Weiss even drew a picture that he still has today. “We grew up with a love for New York-style pizza and pasta and have wanted to bring that to Las Vegas as long as I can remember,” said Weiss. “Now, all these years later, it’s a dream come true. With the timing, it’s also an opportunity to give back to Las Vegas – a city that has given so much to us.”

    Half of the 1,000 free pizzas will be given away to healthcare workers at neighboring hospitals. The remaining 500 free pizzas will be given to Las Vegas local community

    A fast-casual pizzeria, Cousins’ menu will offer fresh and flavorful Italian cuisine, including pizza, pasta, hero sandwiches and calzones – all steeped in New York tradition. Signature pizza selections will include traditional pepperoni; the Palermo topped with spicy salami, tomatoes, basil and eggplant; and Meat Lover’s with meatball, Canadian bacon, pepperoni and sausage. A keto pizza crust, made from cauliflower, will also be available for carb-conscious customers.

    Entrées include baked ziti; fettuccine alfredo; chicken parmigiana; spaghetti and meatballs; calzones with a selection of fillings including ricotta cheese, meatballs, mushrooms, pepperoni and sausage; and a variety of hero sandwiches including chicken parmigiana, meatball and caprese.

    An array of appetizers, including garlic knots, mozzarella sticks and chicken wings, are available along with fresh salads. Dessert selections will include NY cheesecake with fresh berries, tiramisu and cannoli with chocolate chips.

    All selections are available for delivery and safe curbside pick-up by calling 702-333-0086. More information can be found by visiting CousinsNYPizzaandPasta.com and on social media at @CousinsPizzaLV.

    FREMONT STREET EXPERIENCE CELEBRATES RETURN OF FREE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT IN DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS JUNE 17


    Fremont Street Experience is pressing ‘play’ once again on Wednesday, June 17 to celebrate the return of free live entertainment under the legendary Viva Vision screen, the world’s largest single digital display, in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. Offering a diverse range of musical genres for audiences of all ages, all three stages will light up as well-known local artists including Zowie Bowie, Tony Marques, Spandex Nation, Alter Ego and more, return to the six-block entertainment district to perform chart-topping hits.

    To ensure the safety of visitors, artists and employees, Fremont Street Experience will continue to employ enhanced cleaning procedures designed to mitigate the spread of germs and viruses following the guidance of Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and public health officials. Furthermore, Fremont Street Experience will continue to disinfect the pedestrian mall, parking garage and SlotZilla towers twice a day with environmentally friendly and highly effective products that are immediately safe for human contact.

    For more information and a full calendar of nightly entertainment at Fremont Street Experience, visit www.vegasexperience.com.

    Sweet Tomatoes to Close All Three Salad Buffet Restaurants in Las Vegas by Bradley Martin

    All 97 of the salad buffet-style restaurants in the Sweet Tomatoes chain across the nation, including three local outposts, will permanently close, parent company Garden Fresh Restaurants says.

    Company CEO John Haywood verified the rumored closures to the San Diego Union-Tribune, highlighting the FDA restrictions for operating a buffet during the current crisis, adding, “The regulations are understandable, but unfortunately, it makes it very difficult to reopen. And I’m not sure the health departments are ever going to allow it.”

    Locally, Sweet Tomatoes offered a more health-conscious alternative to the extreme dining opportunities synonymous with resort buffets. The northwest restaurant at 2080 N. Rainbow Boulevard and the Henderson branch at 375 N. Stephanie Streetboth debuted in 2006, with a southwest expansion at 9460 W. Flamingo Road featuring a 50-foot salad bar for more than a decade.

    The future of the Las Vegas buffet as a dining institution remains in question, especially on the Strip. Caesars Palace initiated a multi-million dollar makeover of its 25,000-square-foot, 600-seat Bacchanal Buffet on the Strip, but has yet to reveal details of how customers will be served or choose their dishes.

    Last month the Corner Market Buffet at the Treasure Island filed paperwork valued at an estimated $192,784 to demolish the entire buffet space. Yet to be announced, or confirmed by the resort, a remodel of this size almost guarantees once T.I. is able to reopen to the public later this year, the buffet area will continue to be hidden behind plywood.

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    MGM Resorts Plans Menus on Phones When Casinos Can Reopen in Las Vegas by Susan Stappleton

    MGM Resorts gets ready for the eventual reopening of casinos in the state with a seven-point safety plan with safety protocols meant to add procedures for employees and visitors to follow that prevent the spread of COVID-19. The company already announced that the Bellagio, New York-New York, and one other resort will open first with the remaining properties phased in as tourism picks up in Las Vegas.

    Restaurants that do open will feature employees wearing an approved mask, and the company encourages guests to wear masks in public areas, even offering them to visitors free of charge, although wearing a mask will not be mandatory for visitors. Food handlers will also wear gloves.

    MGM Resorts asks visitors to minimize the amount of time masks are removed when drinking on the casino floor, and asks guests not to eat on the casino floor to minimize the amount of time masks are not covering visitors’ faces.

    The resorts are busy adding six-foot social distancing between tables at restaurants and on the casino floors. Plexiglass barriers or eye protection for employees where close contact may still be required will also be in place.

    Restaurants also plan to use QR codes with menus that diners can access on their phones. Virtual queues will be in place for customers when immediate seating is unavailable. Diners will receive a text message notification when their table is ready.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/5/13/21...virus-pandemic

    Tropicana, M Resort Restaurants Plan to Offer Prepackaged Sandwiches When They Reopen by Susan Stappleton

    Penn National Gaming, which operates the Tropicana on the Strip and M Resort in Henderson, tells future guests that its preparing to reopen its 41 properties across the country by early June with some new health and safety precautions in place. For the Las Vegas dining scene, Penn National Gaming CEO Jay Snowden says buffets remain closed during the initial opening, and restaurants that do open will only offered prepackaged sandwiches, drinks, and snacks.

    The resorts plan to reinforce social distancing guidelines with floor decals and signs where lines generally form. Slot machines and table games will also feature social distancing. Live music and entertainment will not perform when resorts reopen.

    Staff must wear a mask, and visitors will be encouraged to wear them as well. A fog machine will help sanitize the properties every night, while slot machines and table games will be cleaned frequently.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/5/18/21...virus-pandemic

    A New Food Hall With 20 Vendors Plans to Open in the Southwest by Susan Stappleton


    A new food hall brings local chefs together with 20 different vendors just south of Ikea. The two-story, 18,000-square-foot Platform One plans to open at UnCommons, the $400-million project with office space, restaurants, and housing spread over 40 acres at the 215 Beltway and Durango Drive.

    A new hospitality group is behind the food hall. Batch Hospitality from the classic Italian restaurant Piero’s owner Evan Glusman; Wayne F. Jefferies, the co-owner of Stoney’s Rockin Country; and Piero’s chef Chris Conlon. The trio worked with UnCommons to deliver 4,000 meals to health-care workers since the coronavirus pandemic broke out.

    Platform One brings dining options from a dozen local chefs and food industry veterans.

    Geno Bernardo, who had Nove Italiano at the Palms and ran Herringbone at Aria, plans to have an Italian raw bar with seafood and shellfish, serving dishes such as kanpachi crudo with pork crackling and banyuls vinegar, and wild mackerel with mustard greens, Aleppo pepper, and tangerine.

    Claudia Andracki from Desert Bloom Eco Farm, a 10-acre farm near Pahrump, will bring organic, fresh produce to Platform One, along with dishes from Jessica Perlstein, the executive sous chef at Main St. Provisions, opening in the Arts District. That outlet will offer dishes such as white bean and Swiss chard soup, and roasted heirloom carrots with spinach, feta, and herb vinaigrette.

    Roy Ellamar, who has Harvest at the Bellagio, also plans to bring his dishes to Platform One.

    The design of the space offers an homage to the arrival of the Union Pacific Railroad in Las Vegas in 1904.

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    Station Casinos Will Scan for Body Temperature When Its Resorts Reopen

    Local gaming company Station Casinos is working behind the scenes to assure visitors that when its properties across Las Vegas reopen, they will follow guidelines from the Nevada Gaming Control Board for health and safety standards.

    Red Rock Casino in Summerlin, Green Valley Ranch and Sunset Station in Henderson, Santa Fe Station in Centennial, Boulder Station on the eastside, and Palace Station west of the Strip, as well as six Wildfire properties, will open first.

    Station Casinos says it will assess when Fiesta Henderson, Fiesta Rancho, Texas Station, and the Palms will reopen.

    “When our guests walk through our reopened doors, we want them to know that their health and safety is our first priority,” Station Casinos president Richard J. Haskins said in a press statement. “At the same time, we also want our team members to know that these changes will help safeguard their health as well, whether interacting with guests or each other.”

    Staff members are already being tested for COVID-19 and will be tested at regular intervals once they return to work. Thermal scanners at entrances will check the temperature of everyone walking through the doors.

    Staff will wear masks and other personal protection equipment, and visitors can receive a mask when they enter. Throughout the resorts, the company is installing touch-free hand sanitizing stations.

    The company also plans to use electrostatic sprayers and hospital-grade disinfectants throughout the properties, and visitors will see more frequent cleaning.

    All team members will receive training on the company’s new health and cleanliness standards and protocols.

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    Treasure Island Closes Its Buffet on the Strip for Good by Susan Stappleton

    Less than two years after going through a $3.6 million renovation, Treasure Island opts to close its buffet to move a sport book into the 12,575-square-foot space.

    Corner Market Buffet took over the former Buffet at TI space in 2018 with stations spanning a farmer’s market for salads; new American, continental, and Asian dishes; and a country bakery with desserts, soufflés, and gelato. The buffet served breakfast, lunch, and dinner, emphasizing international flavors and the ability to order unlimited drinks and a bloody Mary bar.

    The Race & Sports Book relocates into 12,111 square feet of the space, adding a bar per the plans. The construction costs alone are estimated at $3.5 million.

    Corner Market Buffet joins other recent COVID-19 restaurant closings including PizzaRev, both locations of Miller’s Ale House Sweet Tomatoes buffets, Ricardo’s Mexican Restaurant, Hamptons and Brio Tuscan Grille at Tivoli Village, and Ben’Zaa Cantina in Centennial.

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    The Strat Plans to Use Digital Menus at Its Restaurants When They Reopen


    Hands-free digital menus, single-use glasses on the casino floor, and every other chair removed from bars are just some of the new health and safety protocols in place at Golden Entertainment’s properties. The company behind the Strat, Arizona Charlie’s Decatur, Arizona Charlie’s Boulder, and PT’s Taverns, including PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Company, Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold, and SG Bar unveiled its plan to keep staff and customers safe when they visit.

    On Wednesday, the Nevada Gaming Control Board is expected to release new guidelines for casinos to reopen statewide on June 4.

    Golden Entertainment’s plan includes COVID-19 testing for team members before they return to work and health and safety training for staff. Casinos will be kept to 50 percent capacity, and everyone will have their temperatures checked when they enter the buildings.

    Slot machines, countertops, tabletops, door handles, and seat surfaces will be frequently cleaned, while check-in kiosks at select hotels are cleaned after every use. Visitors will find hand sanitizers throughout each property, and restaurants will use hands-free digital menus that can be viewed via mobile devices.

    The casino floors will look different too. Decks of cards will be replaced more frequently and sanitized, while gaming chips will be cleaned daily. Cashier and concierge desks wlll feature plexiglass barriers. All elevators, including inside the biggest attraction at the Strat, the observation deck from the tallest structure in Las Vegas, will also have reduced occupancy.

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    MGM Resorts Plans to Open Dozens of Restaurants and Bars on June 4 by Susan Stappleton

    MGM Resorts gets ready to reopen three of its casinos and one hotel on June 4 and reveals the restaurants and bars that will be available to patrons. The Bellagio, MGM Grand, and New York-New York reopen, while Signature also swings open the doors 78 days after Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered all nonessential businesses, including casinos, to close to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    At the Bellagio, Prime Steakhouse from Jean Georges Vongerichten and Lago by Julian Serrano reopen for dinner nightly. The Mayfair Supper Club plans to be open Wednesdays through Sundays with its views of the Fountains at Bellagio.

    Noodles plans to serve its pan-Asian dishes for lunch only, while Sadelle’s serves breakfast through dinner.

    Other dining outlets reopening include Palio, Gelato, and Snacks.

    On the bar side, Petrossian Bar, Baccarat Bar & Lounge, and the pool bar reopen.

    At the MGM Grand, Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House, Avenue Cafe, and Crush reopen for dine-in service. Smaller restaurants reopening include the walk-up Pool Cafe window and Pieology. Drinks outlets include the Pool Bar, the Lobby Bar, 32 Degrees, Starbucks in the lobby, and the Casino Bar will reopen.

    At the Signature at MGM Grand, Starbucks and Delights reopen.

    New York-New York plans to offer Tom’s Urban, Gallagher’s Steakhouse, America, Nathan’s Famous, Haagen Dazs, NY Pizzeria, Chin Chin, Il Fornaio, the Starbucks in the casino, Center Bar, the Pool Bar, and the food court. NFL Bar will be open from 4 p.m. to midnight.

    The Park next door reopens Bruxie, California Pizza Kitchen, and Shake Shack.

    The gaming company notes that more restaurants and bars will open to meet customer demand. Nightclubs and pool parties remain closed.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/6/3/212...virus-pandemic

    Bingo at the Plaza Hotel & Casino reopens with six daily sessions

    Home to Downtown Las Vegas’ only bingo room, the Plaza Hotel & Casino again offers six daily bingo sessions starting today and will hold its popular Super Bingo tournament, July 5-7.

    “We have greatly missed our bingo players,” said Plaza Hotel & Casino CEO Jonathan Jossel. “Bingo is great entertainment for all ages, and bingo at the Plaza is popular with tourists and locals alike. While we have new guidelines to protect everyone’s health and safety, the fun and friendly atmosphere that bingo at the Plaza is known for will not change. We are excited to welcome back bingo, especially our very popular Super Bingo tournament!”

    Originally planned for June, the Plaza’s $175,000 Super Bingo tournament will now occur Sunday, July 5 – Tuesday, July 7. The event typically draws nearly 1,000 people from across the country and as far away as Hawaii and Canada for the opportunity to win big playing fun-filled games of bingo over 2 days, with a super coverall both days, while socializing with like-minded bingo players. Bingo-only registration is $130 per person. Hotel-and-bingo packages start at $239 for a three-night stay. Register online at https://www.plazahotelcasino.com/bin...-registration/. Held in the Plaza’s remodeled ballroom, Super Bingo also includes an open bar during the sessions.

    The Bingo room and Super Bingo tournament at the Plaza will operate in accordance with all regulations set forth by the Nevada Gaming Commission to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, including enhanced disinfecting protocols and social distancing during check-in and at tables. Daily session occupancy will be capped at 50 percent, and players will be allowed to enter the Bingo room in between sessions to reserve a seat. Super Bingo attendance may also be limited depending on requirements in July, so early reservations are highly recommended.

    To celebrate the reopening of Bingo at the Plaza, Blue Packs pay $75 and Blue Coverall pays $300. The Plaza also continues to offer the Bingo Millions Megaprogressive games, Hotball Jackpot and Cashball Bonus. For a limited time, players can purchase the Million Dollar Coverall at 47 numbers or less.

    Any player with a Plaza Rewards Players Club card is also eligible for Sizzling Summer Bingo Match Play which offers $75 daily Bingo match play every day in June, July & August (three $25 match plays per day and one $25 Bingo match play per session; more details available at the Plaza Bingo room).

    The Plaza’s Bingo room offers six daily bingo sessions at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. and is uniquely located two floors above the main casino. By parking on the third floor of the Plaza’s self-parking garage, guests have convenient and direct access to the Plaza’s bingo room without having to walk through the casino floor. Guests who are Ace level in the Plaza’s Rewards Players Club can also self-park in the former valet areas by the South Tower and under the dome, space permitting.

    The Plaza also added more restrooms across from the Bingo room to enhance guest convenience. A bar and limited refreshments will still be available in accordance with updated Southern Nevada Health District requirements.

    Luxor Reopens on the Las Vegas Strip in June, Followed by Mandalay Bay and Aria in July

    MGM Resorts plans to open three more resorts by the time the Fourth of July arrives in Las Vegas. First comes Luxor, along with Mandalay Place, the shopping esplanade that stretches between Luxor and Mandalay Bay. The resort and shopping mall open at 10 a.m. on June 25.

    Then Aria and Mandalay Bay, as well as the Four Seasons, reopen at 11 a.m. on July 1.

    All three casinos and the shopping mall plan to open limited dining options, although the company did not reveal which would open.

    On June 4, MGM Resorts reopened the Bellagio, MGM Grand and its neighboring Signature, and New York-New York. On Thursday, July 11, Excalibur reopens.

    Earlier, MGM Resorts acting CEO and president Bill Hornbuckle said that the company would phase in resort reopenings biweekly or monthly. With this new set of reopenings, only Park MGM, NoMad, the non-gaming Vdara, and the Mirage remain closed after July 1.

    Luxor, Mandalay Bay, the Four Seasons, and Aria plan to open their pools and some restaurants. The company already eliminated paid self-parking, but for now valet will not be available. Nightclubs and pool parties remain closed.

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    Las Vegas' James Trees & LA's Bruce Kalman Pair Up On New Restaurant Project​​​​​​​

    Chef James Trees has announced a new dual-pronged restaurant project in collaboration with LEV Group Executive Chef Bruce Kalman.

    Due Fall 2020, a new restaurant named Scuola Vecchia (“Old School”) will reliven a space at 420 South Rampart Blvd. in Tivoli Village. The space, which formerly housed a Brio restaurant, features a semi-covered patio facing the Tivoli fountain, rotunda entrance, large bar and other dramatic features. Scuola Vecchia will bring to Tivoli a menu by Chefs Trees and Kalman blending regional Italian cooking and American Italian classics. Dishes such as Chicken Parmigiana, Braciole and Trofia Genovese will be featured, alongside rotisserie meats, all made with the best local, fresh and housemade ingredients available. A carefully curated wine list and fuss-free old school cocktails will also be offered, with a focus on the inviting bar and patio areas.

    Meanwhile Ada’s, previously serving creative Italian, will evolve into a more casual wine bar, serving great wine discoveries by the glass and bottle, with tapas and small plates in a comfortable social environment. Wine and food will also be available to takeaway for picnics or enjoyment at home. James Trees will remain Chef/Partner of the space.

    “Both of these concepts are designed to bring new life into familiar territory,” said Chef Trees. “Bruce and I are excited to show everyone how great these cuisines can be when done with care and passion.”



    (L-R) Chefs James Trees & Bruce Kalman (credit: Courtesy LEV Group)

    Scuola Vecchia will be located at 420 South Rampart Blvd. Las Vegas, NV

    Ada’s Wine Bar will be located at 410 South Rampart Blvd. Las Vegas, NV

    Carmine’s (The Forum Shops) and Virgil’s Barbecue (The LINQ Promenade) in Las Vegas have reopened and are offering Father’s Day packages that are available on Sunday, June 21 for dine-in, take-out or delivery.

    Each package is designed to feed groups or 4-6 and features favorites from the menus.

    Carmine’s Classic Package for $150:
    • Caesar Salad | Romaine Lettuce, Parmesan Romano Cheese, Homemade Garlic Croutons & Caesar Dressing on the Side
    • Penne Alla Vodka | Chopped Plum Tomatoes Combined with Cream, Romano Cheese, Sautéed Onions, Garlic & Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
    • Chicken Parmigiana | Breaded Chicken, Pan-Fried to a Crispy Golden Brown, Topped with Melted Mozzarella & Romano Cheese & Served Over Marinara Sauce
    • Side of Carmine's Famous Meatballs | Six Over-Sized Meatballs Made with Beef & Veal Served in Our Signature Marinara Sauce
    • Chocolate Torta | Rich Creamy Flourless Chocolate Cake with a Hint of Coffee Liquor, Fresh Cream & Strawberries
    Carmine’s Mangia Package for $185:
    • Caesar Salad | Romaine Lettuce, Parmesan Romano Cheese, Homemade Garlic Croutons & Caesar Dressing on the Side
    • Penne Alla Vodka | Chopped Plum Tomatoes Combined with Cream, Romano Cheese, Sautéed Onions, Garlic & Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
    • Eggplant Parmigiana | Lightly Battered & Fried Eggplant Thinly Sliced - Layered with Marinara Sauce, Mozzarella & Romano Cheese Piled High Then Baked
    • Salmon Oreganata | 22 Oz Salmon Fillet Topped with Garlic Butter & Seasoned Breadcrumbs, Broiled & Served with a Scampi Sauce, Clams & Mussels
    • Tiramisu | Homemade Lady-Fingers Soaked in Espresso & Coffee Liquor, Layered with Zabaglione Flavored Mascarpone Cheese Covered in Chocolate Shavings
    Carmine’s is currently open Friday from 5 pm – 10 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11 am – 10 pm. Reservations: 702.473.9700, online ordering www.carminesnyc.com

    Virgil’s Ultimate BBQ Feast for $150:
    • Pig Out Platter | Rack of Ribs, Sliced Texas Beef Brisket, BBQ Chicken & Served with 2 Large Sides (Choice of Potato Salad, Hickory Pit Baked Beans, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Cole Slaw , French Fries, Mac & Cheese)
    • Cornbread | House Made Cornbread Made with Fresh Corn, Cheddar Cheese, Scallions & Cilantro
    • Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits | Rich & Fluffy on the Inside & Crispy on the Outside
    • Banana Pudding | Fresh Banana Caramel & Pastry Cream, Layered with Nilla Wafers & Fresh Whipped Cream
    Virgil’s is currently open Monday-Thursday 11 am – 10 pm, Friday 11 am – 11 pm, Saturday 8 am – 11 pm, Sunday 8 am – 10 pm. Reservations 702.389.7400, online ordering www.virgilsbbq.com.

    Oscar’s Steakhouse at the Plaza Hotel & Casino to reopen June 18​​​​​​​


    Located at the Plaza Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas, the award winning Oscar’s Steakhouse will reopen for dinner Thursday through Sunday from 5 to 10 p.m., beginning Thursday, June 18.

    In the dining room under the Plaza’s iconic glass dome, Oscar’s will offer locals 20 percent off their entire check (excluding gratuity) June 18 through July 31 to celebrate its reopening. (Offer is limited to parties of 6 or less, cannot be combined with any other offer, and local ID is required).

    Oscar’s lounge will also reopen with its popular happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m. Happy hour will feature longtime appetizer favorites like No Nose’s meatballs with house made ricotta, roasted tomato and basil pesto and Johnny Quinn’s crab cake with jumbo lump crab meat, chili aioli and stone ground mustard as well as specially priced drinks, including house wines for $7 a glass, well cocktails for $6, select domestic beers for $3, and select imported beers for $4. Oscar’s also offers a wide selection of hand-crafted signature cocktails inspired by former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman’s legendary tales of his time as an attorney for alleged mobsters.

    Oscar’s Steakhouse will reopen with new safety protocols in line with federal, state, and local health guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Oscar’s will operate at 50 percent capacity with chairs at the bar and tables in the dining room and lounge spaced out to allow for social distancing. All staff will wear masks and gloves, and diners will receive disposable menus.

    Reservations for dinner in Oscar’s dining room, starting at 5 p.m. Thursday - Sunday are highly recommended and can be made by calling 702-38-OSCAR (702-386-7227) or online at https://www.plazahotelcasino.com/oscars.

    MIRACLE MILE SHOPS™ IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    Today, Miracle Mile Shops™ at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino officially reopened their doors to the public.

    “We are excited to welcome our customers, merchants and employees back to Miracle Mile Shops,” said Robert Buchanan, Vice President, General Manager. “Now that we are reopen, we will continue to do all that we can to ensure we are providing an environment that exceeds the CDC guidelines and a place for all of us to get back to what we love and have missed – shopping, dining and more – enjoying all that we have to offer.”

    Miracle Mile Shops will continue to implement robust cleaning procedures laid out by the CDC and utilizing recommended products for all cleaning and sanitizing. The center will undergo frequent cleaning and sanitization with an emphasis on high touch points and will increase the visibility and quantity of housekeeping staff and equipment.

    With the safety and well-being of customers, merchants, and staff at the forefront of preparations, Miracle Mile Shops has installed floor markings to provide guests with the most up-to-date social distancing guidelines and additional touchless hand sanitizer stations throughout the center.

    Miracle Mile Shops is currently offering the following property enhancements for guests to enjoy:
    • Ability to connect and speak directly to merchants through the Wi-Fi program
    • Digital access to the Miracle Mile Shops stores and restaurant directory
    • Designated curbside pick-up areas
    • Jules, the center’s lively chatbot, is available to provide operational information and address a variety of inquiries that pertain to stores, restaurants, and more
    • Miracle Mile Shops is temporarily open from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m., seven days a week. For information regarding Miracle Mile Shops health and safety protocol, as well as a full list of open stores and restaurants, visit miraclemileshopslv.com.
    South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa Debuts Expanded Poker Room

    South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa has debuted a newly renovated poker room upon the property’s grand reopening on June 4. The poker room offers all the games players love, including Texas Hold’em, as well as luxury amenities across the sizeable room with social distancing requirements in place. The South Point poker room is non-smoking and open 24 hours.

    The property has added eight additional tables, bringing the room’s total to thirty, the room still features the most room in between tables in Las Vegas. Players are able to enjoy the upgraded 55-inch 4K televisions throughout the room, in addition to two new 90-inch televisions. Players will also appreciate the new, comfortable seating with variable settings for increased relaxation. Every seat in the room includes a phone charging station. Winners will be paid out at a new podium, which provides guests a better customer experience.

    “We know our players will enjoy the most comfortable poker playing experience in Las Vegas,” said Ryan Growney, general manager of South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa. “And welcoming our loyal guests back in a safe way is of the upmost importance to us and our staff.”

    Games featured in the poker room include $3-6, $4-8, $6-12 limit Texas Hold'em and $1-2, $2-3, $3-5 blind no limit Texas Hold'em. Mixed Games, Stud and Omaha also spread upon request.

    Three Restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip Now Add a COVID-19 Surcharge to Diners’ Bills

    A new service charge is making its way onto restaurant receipts to offset the cost of COVID-19-related expenses.

    El Segundo Sol at Fashion Show Mall, Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab at the Forum Shops at Caesars, and Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas now add on a 4 percent surcharge. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the charge on a guest check reads: “To help offset restrictions on our business resulting from the COVID-19 crisis, a 4% surcharge has been added to all guest checks. If you would like this removed, please let us know.”


    Parent company Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises out of Chicago says the added cost of personal protection equipment, new sanitation practices, the rising price of food, and 50 percent occupancy forced the company to add the new surcharge. Lettuce Entertain You president R.J. Melman tells the newspaper that the optional surcharge is “a necessary step during a time when unanticipated costs have jeopardized the survival of our business.”

    Last year, Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab landed the top spot among Las Vegas restaurants in Restaurant Business magazine’s list of top grossing independent restaurants in the country. The magazine estimated the restaurant made $22,264,200 in sales with a $77 average check and 260,000 covers in 2018, landing in the No. 18 spot on the list.

    The new surcharge doesn’t just find its way onto restaurant bills on the Strip. Tacoman Grille, a Henderson Mexican restaurant, and Roberto’s Tacos also started adding a surcharge for beef. Tacoman charges an additional $2 for any beef items ordered on its menu.

    Lotus of Siam, which reopened its location in the Commercial Center, tacks on a 3 percent surcharge to pay for health care costs for its employees, the RJ reports.

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    DTP COMPANIES ANNOUNCES THE RETURN OF FREMONT FAVORITES GOLD SPIKE, CORDUROY, THE SMASHED PIG AND OAK & IVY

    Fremont favorite locales Oak & Ivy, Corduroy, Gold Spike and The Smashed Pig will welcome back patrons for dine-in and drink-in service for the first time post-COVID.

    Gold Spike’s ‘Backyard’ welcomes back groups of guests with a maximum party size of five for table service only. Tables will be available first come first serve, there is no minimum for table service. Updated hours are Wed-Sun 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.

    Corduroy’s famous Moscow Mules are once again a bar hop away! The rock-n-roll watering hole will allow groups of up to five to allow for adequate social distancing. Updated hours are Wed-Sun 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

    The Smashed Pig opens its doors to diners with a full food and cocktail menu featuring downtown favorites like the Atomic Cauliflower, Brewhouse Soft Pretzel and Fish & Chips! Updated hours are Wed-Thurs 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., Fri 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Sun 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Reservations are encouraged through OpenTable.

    Downtown Container Park’s bar in a box, Oak & Ivy, invites guests to saddle up to the bar once again with fresh cocktail concoctions and signature libations like the Apple Pie Harvest and Whiskey Smash! Updated hours are Sun-Thurs 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Fri-Sat 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. Reservations are encouraged through OpenTable.

    Plaza Hotel & Casino to celebrate July 4th with live fireworks show at 10 p.m.​​​​​​​

    Located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, the Plaza Hotel & Casino will again celebrate the Fourth of July with downtown Las Vegas’ only live fireworks show at 10 p.m. on Saturday, July 4.

    Staged from multiple locations on the Plaza’s roofs and towers, the spectacular fireworks display will be an amazing show for people downtown and visible for miles beyond. To allow for prime viewing of the fireworks and increased pedestrian traffic, Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic for a limited time from Carson Avenue to Ogden Avenue.

    “Hosting an amazing fireworks show that lights up the downtown sky for the Fourth of July has become a tradition for us at the Plaza, and this year is no different,” said Jonathan Jossel, CEO of the Plaza Hotel & Casino. “Whether you are downtown resident at home or a guest at the Plaza joining us for dinner at Oscar’s steakhouse or games on the casino floor, our Independence Day fireworks show is a great way to celebrate our country and an awe-inspiring sight for the entire downtown Las Vegas community to enjoy.”

    The Plaza is offering two special getaway packages for the holiday weekend.

    The Plaza’s Old School Fun package available online with promo code FUN20 celebrates the reopening by offering guests who book by Aug. 31 for a stay before Dec. 29 the lowest available room rates, $25 daily food and beverage credit, $75 “Sizzling Summer Bingo” match play and $10 free slot play as well as complimentary hotel room upgrade and early check-in / late check-out (both based on availability).

    Arizona Charlie’s to Celebrate National Bingo Day with $1,000,000 Progressive Prize


    Arizona Charlie’s, with two Las Vegas locations at 740 S. Decatur Blvd. and 4575 Boulder Hwy., will celebrate National Bingo Day, Saturday, June 27, with its recently unveiled doubled and triple pay sessions, along with a ‘Bingo Millions Mega’ progressive and a chance to win $1,000,000.

    Arizona Charlies’ ‘Bingo Millions Mega’ progressive participants will play to achieve a coverall in 47 ball calls or less to receive $1,000,000. Those who achieve a coverall in 48 through 54 ball calls will win other prizes and offers. Both Arizona Charlie’s bingo halls will also offer its double and triple pay sessions during its 1 p.m. and 9 p.m. sessions and will offer its daily three $1,000 coveralls during the 7 p.m. session.

    Players are invited to sign up for True Rewards, Golden Entertainment’s rewards program, to receive bonuses including increased point multipliers, prizes such as cash and free slot play, as well as eligibility in select tournaments and special events. More information is available at the True Rewards center at either location or on the websites at www.arizonacharliesdecatur.com and www.arizonacharliesboulder.com .

    Topgolf Las Vegas Reopens Tomorrow and Launches Summer Fun Pass

    Topgolf Las Vegas will reopen its doors on Thursday at 10 a.m. Information you need to know before guests hit the greens!
    • Bay Reservations are strongly encouraged and can be made free of charge at www.topgolf.com/lasvegas, however walk-ins are also welcome.
    • On Sunday, June 21, Topgolf Las Vegas will open at 9 a.m. to accommodate Father’s Day players.*
    • Locals can take advantage of the Summer Fun Pass – for just $159, the pass provides unlimited game play on weekdays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. for up to six players. Additional Pass Perks will also be sent via email. The pass is valid through Sept. 30.
    • Bar areas throughout Topgolf are also open for Dining with social distancing in place, or grab a bite to eat at your bay.
    • Local discount on bay time is 25% off (not valid towards Summer Fun Pass).
    • Safety Elements:
      • Social Distancing: New social distancing guidelines have been put in place throughout the venue, emphasizing the six-feet-apart guidance recommended by health authorities.
      • Outdoor Hitting Bays: The entire area will be disinfected after every group, including golf clubs, golf balls and game screens. With 11 feet from tee to tee, Topgolf has also installed dividers between bays for added comfort and safety.
      • Associates Health & Safety: In addition to health checks and staggered check-in times to promote social distancing, associates will always be required to wear masks during their shifts and gloves when handling food and drinks.
    Tuscan Highlands Becomes First Multi-Family Residential Development to Open Esports Gaming Venue

    Las Vegas’ newest multi-family residential development, Tuscan Highlands, is defining a new trend in residential experiences by providing an on-site esports and gaming lounge, a move not seen before in Las Vegas or other markets.

    Tuscan Highlands’ social living community is providing a 4,500-sqaure-foot space for esports tournaments and casual gaming. A haven for career or leisure gamers, players can enjoy many aspects, including: 12 computer stations, 11’ x 7’ ultra HD LED displays; a virtual reality multi-sport simulator with 15’ x 9’ display for golf, hockey and soccer; individual gaming stations equipped with Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles; arcade games; a YouTube/podcast recording studio, and more. The lounge provides seating accommodations for 75-100 people.

    Taking on challenging battles with ease, players can level up their comfort in the “Karnox Gladiator” – the official chair of Tuscan Highlands’ esports and gaming lounge. An elite choice in gaming chairs, the multifunctional Gladiator offers players a 4D arm and height adjustability, up to 155 degrees in reclining options, and vegan-friendly leather for easy uptake and prolonged durability. It is also the only chair to feature a built-in headrest pillow.

    Developed by nationally recognized consultants and industry experts, the venue’s collaboration is sparked from the minds who brought Hyper X at The Luxor, LVL UP Expo and UNLV’s own Robert Rippee, director of the Hospitality Lab at the International Gaming Institute.

    “We are immensely excited about this project and developing it in a residential Las Vegas venue,” said Milo Ocampo, founder of UNLV Esports and CEO of 8-bit Esports. “This is not your average gaming lounge. The developer took his time to really understand gamers and what it means to integrate esports into a trend-setting living environment.”

    Tentatively scheduled to open in July, the lounge will be open to residents and also for tournaments.


    The Buffet at Wynn Returns on June 18 With Ordered Dishes Served by Staff by Susan Stappleton

    The first buffet on the Strip gets ready to reopen with almost 90 all-you-can-eat dishes served at the table instead of the buffet line. The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas will reopen Thursday, June 18, with unlimited servings, bringing the buffet to the table.

    Diners can order from a menu, with servers bringing dishes to the table with the option to reorder as many times as desired within a two-hour period.

    New items on the menu include double-cut lamb chops with truffle spinach and crispy onions; steak and lobster topped with a Bearnaise sauce; lobster ravioli featuring roasted red peppers and fennel and finished with saffron sauce; as well as Old Bay-braised shrimp and scallops served with a spicy tomato compote.

    New desserts on the menu include chocolate-dipped Rice Krispies, crème brulee, and 13 flavors of ice creams and sorbets.

    The buffet will feature tables spread apart for social distancing, touchless technologies, and both disposable single-use and QR code downloadable menus. Reservations are required and customers will pay at the end of their meal in an effort to expedite entry.

    Diners can make reservations or be added to the waitlist with a QR code that will be displayed at the entrance of the buffet. Reservations can also be made online. Reservations are not required.

    The buffet will be open Sunday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Weekday brunch is priced at $36.99 and dinner is priced at $59.99. Weekend brunch is priced at $48.99 and weekend dinner is priced at $65.99.

    The buffet also has two limitless pour packages available for $24.99 and $29.99 and include a selection of beer, wine, sparkling wine, rose, signature cocktails, and more.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/6/15/21...erved-by-staff

    Fremont Street Experience Forced to Shut Down the Return of Live Entertainment by Susan Stappleton

    Gov. Steve Sisolak’s office dealt a blow to the return of live entertainment when it shut down Fremont Street Experience’s plans to bring back its free shows.

    On Friday afternoon, the canopied six-block entertainment district in Downtown Las Vegas announced plans to restart its free shows, a staple from the experience, on Wednesday, June 17, with local artists including Zowie Bowie, Tony Marques, Spandex Nation, Alter Ego, and more.

    Then later Friday night, the Fremont Street Experience told fans on Facebook that, “the return of ambient live entertainment on our stages … has been postponed until further notice following the guidance outlined by Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and public health officials.”

    The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the state contacted Fremont Street Experience president Patrick Hughes after the venue made its announcement.

    The venue already plays shows on the Viva Vision LED screen above the promenade, and deejays were playing background music. The venue disinfects the pedestrian mall, parking garage, and SlotZilla towers twice a day and adhered decals in front of the stages meant to keep fans seven feet apart. Bars on the Fremont Street Experience feature taped to note social distancing as well.

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    Westgate Reopens Its Off-Strip Casino and Resort on June 18

    Westgate reopens its casino, hotels, and some restaurants on Thursday, June 18. The SuperBook with its 30,000 square feet of space, more than 350 seats, and 220-foot-by-18-foot 4K video wall returns as well as Fresco Italiano with its backdrop of a Tuscan Village and the Fortuna with its pastries, coffees, sandwiches, and salads.

    Other restaurants such as Benihana and Edge Steakhouse do not have a return date, nor does the buffet.

    Westgate says that customers can cancel their reservation 24 hour before arriving through Dec. 17.

    All departments at the resort near the Las Vegas Convention Center now have hand washing or sanitizing procedures, as well as hygiene protocols for staff. All public and guest areas receive regular sanitization and deep cleaning.
Customers can find additional hand sanitization stations throughout the resort.

    Staff who show “flu-like” symptoms cannot work until they visit a doctor and have permission. Staff who travel to a destination that is experiencing outbreaks of the coronavirus must self-quarantine for 14 days.

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    The Pool Party Returns to Las Vegas, Just a Little Tamer by Susan Stappleton

    Pool parties and nightclubs were two of the first venues to close when the coronavirus pandemic started in Nevada in March. And while the Nevada Gaming Control Board says neither can return in their former form quite yet, that hasn’t stopped resorts on the Las Vegas Strip from bringing toned down versions of the pool party and nightclubs back.

    Encore Beach Club at Encore Las Vegas turned into a temporary extension of the pools at the resort. Encore Beach Pool requires visitors to be age 21 and older and make reservations in advance. Non-hotel visitors must book a daybed or cabana to get in. Instead of deejays and wild parties, the venue features ambient music and food and drink options every Friday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    At Wynn Las Vegas, Intrigue, which closed as a nightclub last year, returns as a lounge open Friday and Saturday at 9 p.m. The setting includes a waterfall and patio, but again, no deejay, just music. Intrigue recommends reservations for those 21 and over.

    Go Pool already reopened at the Flamingo Las Vegas with more of a party scene, and a video on social media showed long lines of customers waiting to get in. The pool is open to hotel guests 21 and over daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Due to social distancing protocols and capacity restrictions, there may be a wait to enter the pool, the resort notes.

    At the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Marquee Dayclub returns on June 19 as Marquee Pool. Reservations are required for customers 21 and older who want “an amplified, more mature daytime pool experience.” The venue plans to feature food, specialty cocktails, and bottle service along with a DJ spinning. Marquee Pool will be open from 11 a.m. until sunset Friday through Sunday, and daybeds, cabanas, and tables will be available.

    Tao Beach at the Venetian did not plan to open in 2020 as it goes through a multi-million dollar renovation.

    https://vegas.eater.com/2020/6/16/21...virus-pandemic

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    Michael’s Gourmet Room at South Point has reopened.

    The fine dining restaurant is open Wednesday – Sunday from 5 – 10 p.m. Reservations can be made by calling 1-866-796-7111 or online.

    About Michael’s Gourmet Room

    Las Vegas visitors and residents alike know that Michael's gourmet room has been one of the finest restaurants in all of Las Vegas. For over 30 years, this intimate, 50-seat gourmet room has earned accolades galore. Its many prestigious honors awarded by the country's premier restaurant reviewers and dining surveys attest to its excellence not only in menu but also in service and style.

    Michael's awards have included being named one of the Top 5 Restaurants in Las Vegas by the Zagat Survey. It received the Four-Diamond Award for Exceptional Cuisine, Excellent Service, and Elegant Dining Atmosphere from the American Automobile Association, the Award of Excellence from Distinguished Restaurants of North America, and the Finest Gourmet Restaurant recognition from the Las Vegas Review-Journal Readers' Poll

    https://southpointcasino.com/dining/...s-gourmet-room

    HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas to Reopen June 25

    Allied Esports today announced that its flagship venue, HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas, located at Luxor Hotel & Casino, will reopen to the public on Thursday, June 25 with a modified schedule for daily play and weekly tournaments.

    With the health and safety of guests and team members as its top priority, HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas has implemented physical distancing and sanitization guidelines throughout the venue, including:

    Masks, hand sanitizer and gloves available upon arrival (per Nevada law, mask use is suggested but not required)
    Six-foot separation between gaming stations
    Disinfecting of gaming stations, peripherals, and other equipment before and after every use
    Hourly disinfecting of all common spaces
    Clearly marked floor icons for guest queuing
    Personal sanitization areas for guest use
    Limited food and beverage service
    Mask and hand washing requirements for all employees

    Additional health and safety details can be found at hyperxesalv.com/staysafe. The arena’s guidelines compliment and fully comply with MGM Resorts’ extensive Seven-Point Safety Plan.

    “The health of our communities will always come first and foremost, and we’ve taken the necessary steps to create an environment where gamers can come together again,” said Jud Hannigan, CEO of Allied Esports. “We’re confident that with our safety protocols in place players and fans will still be able to enjoy the thrill of the on-site experience that HyperX Esports Arena is known for.”

    Starting Thursday, June 25, HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas will offer guests two ways to experience the venue:

    Front Lobby (Daily: Monday-Friday 4-11 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday 12-11 p.m.)
    Walk-up video game playon PCs and consoles will be available Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. The merchandise area will be open during business hours but limited to online kiosk or personal mobile purchases only.

    Main Arena (Wednesday, Friday, Saturday – Tournaments Only: 4-11 p.m.)
    The arena’s weekly tournament schedule will restart on a limited basis featuring Wednesday Whiffs (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate only), Friday Frags (Fortnite) and Saturday Night Speedway (Mario Kart 8). Tournaments will be capped at the maximum number of players allowed by physical distancing guidelines. VIP rooms and other large gathering spaces will remain closed. Non-participant guests will be required to follow social distancing rules while in the arena.

    Started in March as a response to the closure of the arena, Allied Esports will continue its online tournaments as planned in June and introduce a new online format beginning in July. Additional details will be announced at a later date. For real-time updates, join the Allied Esports Discord.

    HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas is the most recognized esports arena in the world and the flagship venue of Allied Esports’ global property network. The venue celebrated its second anniversary in March 2020 as the center of esports entertainment on The Las Vegas Strip. The cutting-edge, multi-level, 30,000-square-foot arena is home to all things gaming and streaming and is complete with a 50-foot LED video wall and main stage, network TV-quality production studio and classic gaming exhibition. In 2019, HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas hosted over 320 events, 11,000 competitors and more than 300,000 guests overall.

    Father's Day from Carmines & Virgil's

    Carmine’s (The Forum Shops) and Virgil’s Barbecue (The LINQ Promenade) in Las Vegas have reopened and are offering Father’s Day packages that are available on Sunday, June 21 for dine-in, take-out or delivery.

    Each package is designed to feed groups or 4-6 and features favorites from the menus.

    Carmine’s Classic Package for $150:
    • Caesar Salad | Romaine Lettuce, Parmesan Romano Cheese, Homemade Garlic Croutons & Caesar Dressing on the Side
    • Penne Alla Vodka | Chopped Plum Tomatoes Combined with Cream, Romano Cheese, Sautéed Onions, Garlic & Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
    • Chicken Parmigiana | Breaded Chicken, Pan-Fried to a Crispy Golden Brown, Topped with Melted Mozzarella & Romano Cheese & Served Over Marinara Sauce
    • Side of Carmine's Famous Meatballs | Six Over-Sized Meatballs Made with Beef & Veal Served in Our Signature Marinara Sauce
    • Chocolate Torta | Rich Creamy Flourless Chocolate Cake with a Hint of Coffee Liquor, Fresh Cream & Strawberries
    Carmine’s Mangia Package for $185:
    • Caesar Salad | Romaine Lettuce, Parmesan Romano Cheese, Homemade Garlic Croutons & Caesar Dressing on the Side
    • Penne Alla Vodka | Chopped Plum Tomatoes Combined with Cream, Romano Cheese, Sautéed Onions, Garlic & Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
    • Eggplant Parmigiana | Lightly Battered & Fried Eggplant Thinly Sliced - Layered with Marinara Sauce, Mozzarella & Romano Cheese Piled High Then Baked
    • Salmon Oreganata | 22 Oz Salmon Fillet Topped with Garlic Butter & Seasoned Breadcrumbs, Broiled & Served with a Scampi Sauce, Clams & Mussels
    • Tiramisu | Homemade Lady-Fingers Soaked in Espresso & Coffee Liquor, Layered with Zabaglione Flavored Mascarpone Cheese Covered in Chocolate Shavings
    • Carmine’s is currently open Friday from 5 pm – 10 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11 am – 10 pm. Reservations: 702.473.9700, online ordering www.carminesnyc.com
    Virgil’s Ultimate BBQ Feast for $150:
    • Pig Out Platter | Rack of Ribs, Sliced Texas Beef Brisket, BBQ Chicken & Served with 2 Large Sides (Choice of Potato Salad, Hickory Pit Baked Beans, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Cole Slaw , French Fries, Mac & Cheese)
    • Cornbread | House Made Cornbread Made with Fresh Corn, Cheddar Cheese, Scallions & Cilantro
    • Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits | Rich & Fluffy on the Inside & Crispy on the Outside
    • Banana Pudding | Fresh Banana Caramel & Pastry Cream, Layered with Nilla Wafers & Fresh Whipped Cream
    Virgil’s is currently open Monday-Thursday 11 am – 10 pm, Friday 11 am – 11 pm, Saturday 8 am – 11 pm, Sunday 8 am – 10 pm. Reservations 702.389.7400, online ordering www.virgilsbbq.com.




























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