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Everything Las Vegas Issue # 951


  • Everything Las Vegas Issue # 951

    Everything Las Vegas Issue 951

    A Few New Year's Eve Options in Las Vegas

    Cheers to the New Year with Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts

    Ring in 2021 at Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas resorts with the following holiday offerings, including food and beverage specials, spectacular views, enticing spa and salon treatments and live entertainment.

    Cheers to the New Year

    For those looking to sip and celebrate into 2021, several bars and lounges are offering VIP packages to ring in the new year in style.

    Vista Cocktail Lounge at Caesars Palace will offer VIP treatment this New Year’s Eve with bottle service for groups from two to four guests.
    • Alto Bar at Caesars Palace will also ring in the new year with bottle service for groups from two to four guests. For more information and to book, see here.
    • Piano Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas’ New Year’s Eve package will not only place guests at the center of the action with dueling pianos all night long but also includes a table for up to four people and a bottle of New Amsterdam Vodka with mixers. Doors open at 8:30 p.m. For more information and to book, see here.
    • The Book at The LINQ Hotel + Experience gives guests the chance to reserve a Fan Cave living room setup for up to four guests. This package includes access to The Book’s vast beverage selection of cocktails, beers and more. For more information and to book, see here.
    • Bound Cocktail Lounge at The Cromwell will offer table packages for up to four guests with food credit to Eatwell and a bottle of G.H. Mumm Champagne, as well as a bottle of Grey Goose. For more information and to book, see here.
    Festive Food and Drink

    Caesars Palace
    • Nobu Restaurant & Lounge will commemorate this New Year’s Eve by offering an extravagant, nine-course prix-fixe menu featuring signature Nobu dishes. The holiday menu includes selections such as Toro spicy miso with Nobu caviar, Moriawase sashimi salad with Matsuhisa jalapeno dressing, sushi Omakase Nobu style, aged Bluefin tuna avocado shiso, salmon belly crispy onion, scallop bafun uni new style, seafood Harumaki with Las Vegas salsa, Japanese A5 wagyu with wasabi salsa and ponzu, foie miso soup, and to end on a sweet note, ceremonial green tea cheesecake.
    Experience the decadence of Strip dining from the comfort of your home with Caesars Palace’s new Take-N-Bake Meals. Become a celebrity chef overnight as you order and pick up these dinners to-go. Featured dishes are:
    • Gordon Ramsay HELL’S KITCHEN’s Beef Wellington: World-famous Gordon Ramsay’s beef Wellington, paired with potato puree, glazed root vegetables, red wine demi-glace
    • Old Homestead Baked Maine Lobster: Fresh main lobster halved and filled with lemon aioli and creamy spinach, paired with a classic Caesar salad
    • Rao's Signature Meatballs & Penne Vodka: Family-style meal with homemade pork and beef meatballs, served with Penne Vodka.
    The Cromwell
    • Guests can experience amazing views and indulge in chef Giada De Laurentiis’ California-Italian fare at GIADA. On New Year’s Eve, the restaurant will serve a multi-course tasting menu with decadent dishes such as Golden Osetra caviar, ricotta agnolotti, crab-stuffed lobster, porcini-dusted wagyu, Champagne, caviar and more. The menu will be offered from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Dec. 31.
    Harrah’s Las Vegas
    • On New Year’s Eve, Fulton Street Food Hall will serve a specialty lobster BLT, priced at $20.99. The sandwich is made with New England lobster, tarragon aioli, Applewood smoked bacon, Bibb lettuce and tomato on a brioche bun.
    • To ring in 2021, Oyster Bar & Grill will serve an array of options including the Oyster Royale on the half shell with whipped crème fraiche, lemon zest and caviar, priced at $23.99 for a half dozen and $43.99 for a full dozen. Additional offerings include butter poached lobster tail served with fennel mashed potatoes, tomato confit, French beans and lemon priced at $85.99, as well as dover sole with dill and citrus beurre blanc and grilled endive and arugula salad priced at $75.99. For dessert, the restaurant will serve milk chocolate mousse, priced at $10.99.
    • Enjoy a New Year’s Eve dinner to remember while taking in Strip views at Ruth’s Chris Steak House. On Dec. 31, enjoy a specialty prix-fixe menu with a starter, entrée, side dish and dessert. Starter options include a shrimp cocktail with chilled jumbo shrimp and creole remoulade or New Orleans style cocktail sauce; lobster bisque or steakhouse salad. For the entrée, enjoy an 11-ounce surf and turf served filet Oscar style, with sides options of creamed spinach, grilled asparagus or au-gratin potato. To end the evening on a sweet note, indulge in the New Year’s Midnight Clock made with chocolate mousse, raspberry coulis, fresh berries and golden pearls.
    Flamingo Las Vegas
    • Guests will ring in the new year for the first time at the latest addition to Flamingo Las Vegas, Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse. The restaurant will offer a specialty multi-course New Year’s Eve menu, presented in a commemorative souvenir keepsake. Guests will begin with an amuse of smoked sturgeon and pearls on brioche, followed by an appetizer of Kusshi oysters or seared foie gras. The soup and salad course options include lobster bisque roasted beet and pumpkin salad, or American wagyu beef carpaccio. For the entrée, enjoy prime beef Rossini, pan roast sturgeon or confit jidori chicken breast. The meal is finished with a decadent “stroke of midnight” chocolate dessert.
    The LINQ Hotel + Experience
    • Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar will offer a specialty surf-n-turf burger on New Year’s Eve, made with Kobe beef and tempura lobster, dressed arugula and bearnaise sauce, served on a toasted brioche bun, priced at $29.99.
    The LINQ Promenade
    • Off The Strip Bar & Bistro will offer a special à la carte New Year’s Eve surf and turf dinner with a 16-ounce rib eye, shrimp scampi, seasonal vegetables and fingerling potatoes, priced at $55; and New England clam chowder served in a sourdough bread bowl, priced at $11.
    Paris Las Vegas
    • Gordon Ramsay Steak is pulling out all the stops with a multi-course, prix-fixe menu with an exceptional wine pairing for an additional $75. Menu highlights include a bacon, lettuce, truffle made with crispy Berkshire pork belly, watercress aioli and black winter truffle; British-style onion soup; seared Hudson Valley foie gras; Alaskan king crab Rockefeller; 18-ounce bone-in New York steak; 24-ounce bone-in rib eye; Ramsay’s signature beef Wellington; sticky toffee pudding and more.
    • Celebrate New Year’s Eve under the disco ball chandelier at Martorano’s. Taste your way through a special prix-fixe menu for $89 per person, starting with antipasti selections like Steve Martorano’s famous meatball and salad or fried house-made mozzarella. For the main course, choices include spaghetti D.O.P, chicken Sicilian and linguine fra diavolo. Complete the meal with a salted caramel chocolate cake.
    Prime Views

    Prime Views
    Start 2021 on a high note aboard the tallest observation wheel in the world. The High Roller Observation Wheel at The LINQ Promenade provides an extraordinary vantage point for enjoying the views of the famed Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve. High Roller will offer extended hours on Dec. 31 from 12 p.m. to 1 a.m. with a special evening toast package from 9 p.m. that includes a glass of champagne for $50 pre-sale through Dec. 28, $75 if purchased Dec. 29-31.

    Guests can fly into the new year with FLY LINQ at The LINQ Promenade, the first and only zipline on the Las Vegas Strip. While seated forward, guests can wave to friends as they travel 1,121 feet over The LINQ Promenade. New Year’s Eve tickets are $40 with rides running from 2-10 p.m.

    The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris Las Vegas features 360-degree city views, with knowledgeable ambassadors on hand to point out various Las Vegas landmarks from 460 feet up. A half-scale replica of the iconic Parisian landmark, the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas remains the tallest reproduction of the original in the world. Take in the sights on New Year’s Eve from 2-10 p.m.

    EXTRAVAGANZA – The Vegas Spectacular at Bally’s Las Vegas
    “Extravaganza – The Vegas Spectacular” features thrilling performances that showcase the captivating talents of over 30 of the most talented, sexy and breathtaking artists from around the world - including dancers, acrobats, aerialists, skaters, comedians and, the return of the iconic showgirl to the legendary Jubilee Theatre. Beautiful feats of strength and flexibility will make you gasp while the spectacular sets, massive LED screens and state-of-the-art holograms (which include some of Las Vegas’ most famous headliners, from Elvis to Frank Sinatra, among others), will take your breath away.

    Tickets are still available for the 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. shows on Thursday, Dec. 31. Tickets start at $49.99 and can be purchased online at or by calling 855-234-7469.

    EXTRAVAGANZA – The Vegas Spectacular; Credit: EXTRAVAGANZA at Bally’s Las Vegas

    Tape Face at Harrah's Las Vegas

    Tape Face’s show is an eccentric, whimsical experience that can be enjoyed by audiences of many different backgrounds, ages and languages. The America’s Got Talent sensation does not speak at all in his show and his message of being true to self can be heard clearly through his amusing routines using sounds, music and laughter.

    Tickets are still available for the 7:30 p.m. shows on Thursday, Dec. 31 and Friday, Jan. 1. Tickets start at $66 and can be purchased online at or by calling 855-234-7469.

    “Piff the Magic Dragon: Too Soon?” at Flamingo Las Vegas
    Piff and Mr. Piffles, the World’s First Magic Performing Chihuahua™, perform a selection of brand new material that he will be unveiling alongside a selection of his favorite tricks as well as welcoming a fellow Las Vegas headliner as his special guest each night.

    Tickets are still available for the 7:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. shows on Thursday, Dec. 31 and the 7:30 p.m. show on Friday, Jan. 1. Tickets start at $62.95 and can be purchased online at or by calling 855-234-7469.

    X Country at Harrah’s Las Vegas
    A Kick’n topless revue featuring a combination of traditional and modern country music chart toppers, X Country showcases stimulating performances from the X Country Girls, who will leave nothing to the imagination. True to the X brand, the X Country Girls are the most beautiful and talented on the Las Vegas Strip, who will tease and seduce the audience audiences to country music’s most popular songs from a combination of traditional and contemporary country music chart toppers.

    Tickets are still available for the 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. shows on Friday, Jan. 1. Tickets start at $47.94 and can be purchased online at or by calling 855-234-7469.

    Caesars Entertainment is currently following the previously announced restrictions mandated by the Governor. Please be aware that all guests must now make reservations for a la carte (“sit-down”) restaurants; walk-ins cannot be accepted.

    For reservations, please book through:
    • Mobile ordering
    • Reservation QR codes located throughout our outlet
    • Restaurant Reservations at 1-855-888-3463
    Reservations are not required for quick service “walk up” restaurants, for example fast food and food court establishments.

    Even with pandemic, officials expect large crowds for New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas

    If it wasn’t for the pandemic, hundreds of thousands of visitors would again be in Las Vegas for one of the world’s most notable New Year’s Eve celebrations.

    They would pack the Strip and downtown to celebrate in clubs, listen to live music and embrace as the clock strikes midnight to usher in a new year. And, of course, when the clock strikes midnight, there’s a nearly 10-minute fireworks display that lights up the Strip.

    While clubs, musical performances and pyrotechnics will be sidelined Thursday, officials still anticipate large crowds in the tourist corridor — albeit with far fewer people than the 330,000 visitors in 2019.

    Officials are preparing to welcome the crowd just like they would in non-COVID times, including closing Las Vegas Boulevard to vehicle traffic and having heavy police presence in the corridor.

    More from LV Sun here:

    New Year’s Eve won’t be the same on Fremont Street, but it’s open by Bailey Schultz/LVRJ

    The Fremont Street Experience will remain open on New Year’s Eve, albeit with less pomp and circumstance than in years prior.

    The six-block entertainment district will act as a pedestrian walkway to those 21 and over Thursday evening. Those who want access to the area and its hotel-casinos from 6 p.m. on will be charged $25 for a security fee wristband and will be required to go through security screening.

    The walkway will close at 5 p.m. on Thursday for a security sweep and reopen at 6 p.m. for those who have a wristband or are staying at the hotels along the Fremont Street Experience. There will be no live entertainment or bands, but the SlotZilla zoom-line will run between 6 p.m. and 2 a.m., according to the Fremont Street Experience’s website.

    More from LVRJ here:

    Ring In 2021 at Treasure Island Hotel & Casino Restaurants

    Raise a toast to 2021 this New Year’s celebration at Treasure Island, with traditional fare from The Coffee Shop and Seafood Shack.

    Toast to 2021 at Phil’s Italian Steak House at Treasure Island
    Las Vegas – Celebrate the new year at Phil’s Italian Steak House at Treasure Island Las Vegas, offering seafood, steak and Italian favorites.

    Highlights from the New Year’s Eve menu include: oysters Rockefeller, made with pernod creamed spinach, bacon and hollandaise glaze; a 24 oz. bone-in ribeye chop; and a classic crème brûlée for dessert. To view the full menu and pricing, visit
    In addition to New Year’s Eve, the menu will be available Dec. 30 through Jan. 2 from 4 to 10 p.m. Tables are limited to parties of four and guests are required to make a reservation via OpenTable prior to arrival. Visit for more information and to make a reservation.

    Seafood Shack
    First course:
    · Kumamoto oysters served with Ossetra caviar, champagne mignonette granita, and oyster stew shot
    · Ocean and Earth: half stuffed Maine lobster and petite filet mignon, served with winter vegetable medley and caviar rice pilaf
    · Chocolate whiskey cake with caramelized pecan sauce

    The menu will be available for $75 per person.

    Tables are limited to parties of four and guests are encouraged to make a reservation prior to arrival. For more information, visit


    Toast to 2021 at Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino with live music, special gaming promotions, laugh-out-loud comedy shows and more offered all weekend long. Guests wishing to elevate their celebration can purchase the exclusive New Year's Eve Penthouse Package, including two nights in the 1,500 square-foot Gallery Tower Penthouse Suite with sweeping views of Downtown Las Vegas. For more information and to book a stay, visit

    Kicking off the festivities, Delirious Comedy Club will feature locally celebrated comedians Oscar Ovies, Guy Fessenden, Don Barnhart and special guests in The Fremont Room Wednesday – Sunday at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. with additional shows at 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Revelers can also enjoy live music from local acoustic sensation Yvonne Silva inside Freedom Beat from 6-10 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. The NYE celebrations at Downtown Grand also include:

    New Year’s Eve Penthouse Package:
    • Available for $2,500 per night with a two-night minimum stay, plus tax and fees
    • Premium beverage package including champagne, tequila, vodka and mixers
    • Transportation to and from the airport for up to four guests
    • To Book: Call 702-719-5331
    • New Year’s Eve Casino Promotions:
    • $50,000 Stroke of Fortune Slot Tournament and Drawing from Dec. 30-31
      • $2,500 cash pool prize
      • Paying out the top five places and second chance bonus drawing
      • Tournament bonuses:
        • Wednesday, Dec. 30: Get 5,000 Bonus Tournament Points when you earn 250 points.
        • Thursday, Dec. 31: Bonus drawings starting at noon and second chance drawing following the tournament.
    • Downtown Grand Gameshow Drawing
      • Three winners will be drawn on NYE and six winners will be drawing on Jan 1 - 2
      • Participants who select the winning envelopes win their share of Cash and Free Play. Grand Prizes consist of:
        • Dec. 31 - $1,000,000
        • Jan 1 - $250,000
        • Jan. 2 - $100,000
    For more information and to book a stay at Downtown Grand, located steps from Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas, visit See the Grand Rewards Booth for rules, details, and drawing period for the New Year’s Eve casino promotions.

    CliQue Bar & Lounge and The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails New Year's Eve Celebrations

    The year 2020 has been a tough pill to swallow in more ways than one. The christening of a new year is nearly here and with it brings opportunity to usher in a fresh start. Join us in kissing 2020 goodbye as we welcome in the new, at CliQue Bar & Lounge and The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Thursday, December 31.

    Clique Hospitality’s namesake venue, CliQue Bar & Lounge will host a New Year’s Eve celebration to remember on Thursday, December 31. Located in the heart of the casino floor of the posh Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, CliQue, an upscale lounge that offers an array of experiences beginning with savory bites and innovative cocktail experience leaves guests wanting more. Get the party started with timeless music and DJ sets by KayPlaya and Raphiki throughout the evening as we draw ever so close to the end of the year. Countdown with CliQue as the clock strikes midnight and raise a glass to new beginnings in 2021. Food and beverage minimums will apply for each table, and comes with festive party favors for all guests. Special bar packages will be available by reservation only.

    The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails, a hidden speakeasy inside of the gentleman’s grooming establishment will ring in the New Year in style. For the end of the year bash, you’ll enjoy a live musical performance by the house band, Luna Park, playing all night long to keep the energy going till the early hours of the morning. When the clock strikes 12, all of the guests will be treated to a complimentary champagne toast to welcome in 2021. Doors open at 8:00 p.m. reservations are strongly encouraged, special table options are available.

    New Year’s Eve festivities will begin at 8 p.m at Clique Bar & Lounge and doors open with live music at The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails. Space is limited, reservations are strongly encouraged. The Clique Hospitality team is continuing to operate with all necessary protocols according to state guidelines to ensure the best possible level of entertainment and service as well as the health and safety of the Las Vegas community.

    Thursday, December 31
    CliQue Bar & Lounge: 8:00 p.m. to Close
    The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails: 8:00 p.m. to Close


    CliQue Bar & Lounge and The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails
    The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
    3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
    Las Vegas, NV 89109


    Table reservations for CliQue Bar & Lounge and additional inquiries please email:

    Table reservations for CliQue Bar & Lounge can be pre-purchased:

    Holidays at Carmine's & Virgil's

    This holiday season, Carmine’s at The Forum Shops and Virgil’s Real Barbecue at LINQ Promenade will offer special dishes for dining in the restaurant or enjoying at home.

    • Capellini Marechiara $55- scallops, shrimp, clams, mussels, red clam sauce, hot Italian peppers and arugula
    • Stuffed Salmon $65- spinach, crab meat, scallops, shrimps, celery and red peppers, seasoned bread crumbs, white wine and lemon juice
    • Prime Rib $110- Contadina potatoes, portobello mushrooms and broccoli rabe
    • NYE Classic Package $150 to go; $125 per person dine-in Caesar salad, penne ala vodka, chicken parmigiana and tiramisu
    • NYE Grand Celebration $250 to go; $175 per person dine-in Carmine’s salad, fried calamari, spaghetti & meatballs, porterhouse steak, chocolate torte
    *Add 1.5 L Carmine’s Reserve Red Wine $95

    • Surf & Turf $99- Tomahawk steak & shrimp skewers, grilled asparagus and baked potato
    • Add 2 Old Fashioned cocktails / $120 total with special
    • NYE Ring In & Pig Out $125 to go; $55 per person dine-in hush puppies, BBQ chicken wings, pig out platter with Memphis style pork spare ribs, sliced Texas beef brisket, Carolina pulled pork, barbecued ½ chicken, grilled ship skewers, mac & cheese, mashed potatoes, hickory pit baked beans, collard greens and banana pudding
    In addition, Carmine’s is offering holiday gifts available online for nationwide shipping. Options include gift baskets complete with a signed Carmine’s Celebrates Cookbook, Carmine’s marinara sauce and pasta.

    Fleming's Steakhouse Says Bye to 2020 with Specials

    Known for its expertly prepared prime steak, Fleming’s has created two memorable offerings to enjoy either in-restaurant or at home this NYE. Both the Town Square and Summerlin locations will be offering:

    In-restaurant: Guests can partake in the Holidays with Hall Wine Dinner Experience a four-course dinner accompanied by four Hall & Walt wine pairings per guest. Reservations can be made here.
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    At Home: Fleming’s chef has created the Filet Wellington Holiday Family Menufor a family of four to enjoy, with the stunning centerpiece a filet wellington. The prime cut is wrapped in delicate puff pastry with a mushroom duxelles & fig-demi glace. The meal is rounded out with a salad and two sides to share (mashed potatoes and crispy brussels and bacon). Note: orders must be placed 24 hours in advance by calling your local Fleming’s. Price: $300.

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    Ho Ho Ho a Go Go at Hash House A Go Go for the holidays

    The magickitchen elves have been hard at work at Hash House A Go Go stirring up holiday-inspired specials to complement their menu of twisted farm favorites.

    The restaurants will feature seasonal takes on traditional brunch and dinner favorites including
    • Peppermint Bark Pancake – a traditional HH buttermilk pancake mixed with crushed candy canes and chocolate chips, topped with whipped cream.Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast – cream cheese sandwiched between two pieces of milk bread and dipped in banana cream batter, griddled to perfection, and topped with a lemon curd sauce.Prime Rib – house cooked Prime Rib, served with garlic mashed potatoes, sautéed vegetables, au jus, and horseradish cream.Shrimp Scampi Pasta – sautéed gulf shrimp atop a bed of linguine pasta tossed with scampi butter, bay shrimp, white wine, roasted red peppers and green onions.
    Hash House A Go Go gift cards are the gift that keeps on giving! Receive 20% off the purchase of any gift card valued at $25 or more. Makes a great stocking stuffer!


    December 31 and January 1: 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.

    December 31, and January 1: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

    W. Sahara and Henderson
    December 31, and January 1: 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

    Hash House A Go Go

    Inside the LINQ Hotel & Casino, 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. So.

    Inside the Plaza Hotel and Casino, 1 S. Main Street

    6800 W. Sahara Ave.

    555 N. Stephanie Street in Henderson

    Reservations are required. Breakfast and brunch will be served along with the holiday specials. The regular dinner menu will also be available after 5 p.m. For reservations or inquiries, please call the West Sahara location at (702) 804-4646, the LINQ Resort & Casino location at (702) 254-4646, the Plaza Hotel & Casino location at (702) 384-4646, the Henderson location at (702) 898-4646 or visit

    Part-Time Las Vegas Residents Hits $15.5 Million Christmas Eve Jackpot Playing IGT’s Megabucks® Slot Machine at Suncoast, Another hits Jackpot at El Cortez

    With an investment of just $40, a part-time Las Vegas resident received the Christmas present of a lifetime on Thursday afternoon, hitting a jackpot of nearly $15.5 million on IGT Megabucks® machine at Boyd Gaming’s Suncoast Hotel & Casino.

    Kevin, who splits time between Las Vegas and Alaska, wasn’t planning on spending Christmas in Las Vegas, but was held over unexpectedly on business. Making a Christmas Eve stop at the Suncoast, Kevin lined up the three Megabucks symbols at 12:30 p.m. to capture a jackpot of $15,491,103 – Nevada’s largest slot machine jackpot in eight years.

    Kevin said he planned on using the massive jackpot to support his business and promised to look for ways to “pay it forward.” In the meantime, Kevin said he was planning to celebrate the holiday season in a big way!

    IGT’s Megabucks slots game is famous for paying the casino industry’s largest slots jackpots. In Nevada, the game’s jackpot meter re-sets at $10 million, the largest base progressive amount of any slots game in the U.S. This jackpot amount then grows as more people throughout the State play the game. IGT introduced the Megabucks slots game in 1987 and has created more than 145 versions of the game that extend both the video slots and mechanical reels genres. The largest Megabucks jackpot of all time was won in 2003 when a very lucky player won more than $39 million on the slots game.

    At El Cortez
    At El Cortez Hotel & Casino, one of their guests from Hawaii named Walter hit the Wheel of Fortune jackpot late Saturday night and won $588,698. He had only bet 10 quarters when it hit. Talk about lucky!

    As another incentive, their mega keno jackpot is more than $3 million and waiting to be claimed by one lucky winner.

    The Mob Museum Announces Major Acquisition of Two Rare Artifacts

    The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, announces the acquisition of two rare artifacts which will be displayed temporarily from Dec. 17 through January 10, 2021 on the second floor of the Museum. The new artifacts provide fascinating insights into the origins of the Flamingo Hotel and the Mob’s role in building modern Las Vegas. They will be on permanent display beginning later in 2021.

    Details about the newly acquired artifacts follow:

    Legal Document Signed by Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel
    This authentic two-page legal document, signed by Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel and dated March 19, 1947, formally removed William R. “Billy” Wilkerson from any involvement with the Flamingo Hotel.

    It is a common misconception that Siegel was the sole developer of the Flamingo. In fact, Siegel only became involved after its original developer, Wilkerson, ran short on funds during construction. Wilkerson turned to members of the Mob, including Siegel, to invest in the project. Amid conflicts between Wilkerson and Siegel during construction, Siegel pushed Wilkerson out and seized full control of the Flamingo, which operated under the Nevada Project Corporation. For decades after the Flamingo’s opening, the public came to believe Siegel was the resort’s original visionary. This document bolsters the true story that Wilkerson actually conceived and started building the Flamingo.

    The document was executed just three months before Siegel was assassinated in Beverly Hills, California. No one was ever prosecuted for the killing. The Mob continued to control the Flamingo Hotel after Siegel’s death, and it became one of the most iconic resorts on the Las Vegas Strip. The Flamingo Hotel marquee still shines on the Strip today, although none of the original buildings built by Wilkerson and Siegel still stands.

    Wilkerson’s Down Payment Check
    The second artifact is the original check Wilkerson wrote as a down payment to purchase the land on which the Flamingo would be built. The check, written for $9,500 and dated March 5, 1945, was addressed to a local businesswoman named Margaret Folsom. Ultimately, Wilkerson paid $84,000 for the 33-acre parcel.

    The Museum’s Acquisition
    Before being acquired by the Museum, both artifacts had been in the possession of Wilkerson’s son, Willie Wilkerson. Author of two books about his father, Willie’s most recent publication is titled “Hollywood Godfather: The Life and Crimes of Billy Wilkerson.” Ralph De Luca, a prominent collector and member of The Mob Museum’s Advisory Council, aided the Museum in acquiring the legal document at auction and provided financial support for its purchase. The Museum acquired the down payment check directly from Willie Wilkerson.

    “These artifacts provide our visitors with important insights into the full and accurate history of the Flamingo Hotel,” said Geoff Schumacher, vice president of exhibits and programs, The Mob Museum. “They shed essential light on the earliest days of the Mob’s involvement with the Las Vegas casino industry.”

    The Plaza Hotel & Casino announces Greyhound station redevelopment and Symphony Park connectivity projects

    A longtime leader for the revitalization of downtown Las Vegas, the Plaza Hotel & Casino announces plans to continue to transform its corridor of Main Street by redeveloping the building that currently houses the Greyhound bus terminal into a new destination that enhances the offerings and ambiance of Main Street.

    According to Plaza Hotel & Casino CEO Jonathan Jossel, the Plaza will also partner with the city of Las Vegas to build a pedestrian friendly pathway that leads to a new elevated bridge connecting the hotel-casino on Main Street to Symphony Park.

    “We are thrilled to partner with Jonathan and our friends at the Plaza Hotel to link together two vibrant areas of our downtown,” said Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, city of Las Vegas. “This connection will further enhance the vibrancy of downtown, including the Plaza and Symphony Park, by making the area more walkable. It’s exciting and gratifying to see downtown’s revitalization continue thanks to public-private partnerships like those with the Plaza.”

    The Greyhound bus terminal will be vacated by mid-2021, and the Plaza has already begun discussions with developers on possible projects for the space. With 48,500 sq. ft. and adjacent parking, the building is a prime location for new dining, entertainment or retail that will transform the area, encouraging visitors to walk up and down Main Street and experience all it has to offer.

    “We are very excited to usher in this new era on Main Street,” said Jossel. “Main Street is where downtown started, and today, it remains the heart of downtown, connecting a thriving Arts District, a state-of-the-art city hall, popular destinations like the Plaza, Fremont Street Experience, our newest neighbor Circa, and much more. The Plaza is proud to have held the 1 Main Street address for nearly 50 years. With Greyhound relocating, we look forward to transforming the bus station into a new, dynamic downtown destination that will improve the ambiance and sense of community on Main Street. And with Symphony Park achieving its vision as a hub of residential, commercial, and cultural offerings, enhanced connectivity to it will bolster Main Street and downtown overall.”

    In partnership with the city of Las Vegas, the Plaza will also build a four block pedestrian pathway that will connect the Plaza with a new elevated bridge to be built by the city over the Union Pacific railroad tracks to the new residential and commercial development in Symphony Park. The pathway will feature desert landscaping, lighting, and a decorative safety wall to create a relaxing and enjoyable pedestrian experience.

    Both projects exemplify the longstanding commitment of Tamares, the owner of the Plaza and the city of Las Vegas, to revitalize downtown Las Vegas. For more than a decade, Tamares chairman and CEO Poju Zabludowicz has pursued a long-term vision for the development of the company’s holdings in downtown Las Vegas, including selling the Las Vegas Club in 2015, which made way for Circa, the first new resort to be constructed on Fremont Street since 1980. Over the last decade, Tamares has also supported numerous improvement projects and expansions at the Plaza, most recently including the addition of 100-plus premium Luxe guest rooms and suites and the Core Arena, an outdoor equestrian and multipurpose facility on Main Street. Continued development and improvements are expected in 2021, during which the Plaza will commemorate its 50th anniversary with a series of events and celebrations.


    Caesars Entertainment is pleased to offer live entertainment with four of the available five previously open production shows on the Las Vegas Strip. In compliance with the recent government mandate which limits public gatherings to 50 people or fewer, ABSINTHE at Caesars Palace, Extravaganza at Bally’s and Tape Face and X Country at Harrah’s will continue to perform, while Piff the Magic Dragon at Flamingo will no longer be on stage until after the three-week statewide restriction on gatherings greater than 50 people is proposed to end.

    “While Caesars Entertainment remains focused on the well-being of our team members and guests, we also understand the transformative power of live entertainment, especially during these challenging times,” said Jason Gastwirth, President of Entertainment for Caesars Entertainment. “We sincerely thank our talented performers, show partners and staff as we navigate through this together, and of course, we thank our guests in advance for the cooperation and commitment to following our health and safety requirements.”

    Caesars Entertainment will continue to follow applicable guidelines set forth by health and government authorities and implement the Company’s enhanced health and safety protocols, including verbal health screenings, non-contact temperature checks, modified seating for social distancing, mandatory masks for guests and staff, limited capacity and more.

    Additionally, guests can look forward to enjoying complimentary live musicians across the city in many Caesars Entertainment lounge/bar offerings.

    Scheduling and Ticketing Information – **Information is subject to change, please visit for the latest schedule and details**


    ABSINTHEat Caesars Palace is one-part vivid imagination, two parts carnival and a shot of old-world burlesque mixed with a heavy dash of decadence. Audiences are treated to a night of imagination and excess with performances that amaze and inspire. The cast of eccentrics evoke thrills and chills as they perform amazing feats of virtuosity.
    • Showtimes: Wednesday to Sunday, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
    • Tickets: Tickets are available online at or by calling 855-234-7469. For ticket purchases of 25 or more (to be split into groups of four or fewer), email [email protected]
    • Pricing: Ticket prices are $149 (including tax). Additional service fees apply.

    Harrah’s Las Vegas

    Harrah's Cabaret

    X Country
    A Kick’n topless revue featuring a combination of traditional and modern country music chart toppers, X Country showcases stimulating performances from the X Country Girls, who will leave nothing to the imagination. True to the X brand, the X Country Girls are the most beautiful and talented on the Las Vegas Strip, who will tease and seduce the audience audiences to country music’s most popular songs from a combination of traditional and contemporary country music chart toppers.
    • Showtimes: Wednesday to Sunday, 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.
    • Tickets: Tickets are available online at or by calling 855-234-7469. For ticket purchases of 25 or more (to be split into groups of four or fewer), email [email protected]
    • Pricing: Ticket prices are $47.94 or VIP tickets for $62.95. Additional taxes and service fees apply. Guests must be 18 years or old

    Piano Lounge
    • Friday and Saturday, 5:30 p.m. – 2 a.m. – Sunday, 7 p.m. – midnight
    • Guests are welcomed Tape Face’s show is an eccentric, whimsical experience that can be enjoyed by audiences of many different backgrounds, ages and languages. The America’s Got Talent sensation does not speak at all in his show and his message of being true to self can be heard clearly through his amusing routines using sounds, music and laughter.
    • Showtimes: Wednesday to Sunday, 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
    • Tickets: Tickets are available online on Oct. 30 at or by calling 855-234-7469. For ticket purchases of 25 or more (to be split into groups of four or fewer), email [email protected]
    • Pricing: Tickets start at $79. Additional t
    • of charge on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited
    Carnaval Court
    • Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. – 1 a.m.
    • Guests are welcomed free of charge on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited
    Bally’s Las Vegas

    Jubilee Showroom

    EXTRAVAGANZA – The Vegas Spectacular
    “Extravaganza – The Vegas Spectacular” features thrilling performances that showcase the captivating talents of over 30 of the most talented, sexy and breathtaking artists from around the world - including dancers, acrobats, aerialists, skaters, comedians and, the return of the iconic showgirl to the legendary Jubilee Theatre. Beautiful feats of strength and flexibility will make you gasp while the spectacular sets, massive LED screens and state-of-the-art holograms (which include some of Las Vegas’ most famous headliners, from Elvis to Frank Sinatra, among others), will take your breath away.
    • Showtimes: Thursday to Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
    • Tickets: Tickets are available online at or by calling 855-234-7469. For ticket purchases of 25 or more (to be split into groups of four or fewer), email [email protected]
    • Pricing: Ticket start at $103. Additional taxes and service fees apply.
    Indigo Lounge
    • Friday and Saturday, 8:45 p.m. – 1:45 a.m.
    • Guests are welcomed free of charge on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited
    Paris Las Vegas

    Le Cabaret Lounge
    • Friday and Saturday, 6 p.m. – 2 a.m.
    • Guests are welcomed free of charge on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited
    Napoleon’s Lounge
    • Friday and Saturday, 8:30 p.m. – 1:30 a.m.
    • Guests are welcomed free of charge on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited
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    Heart Bar
    • Friday to Sunday, 5 p.m. – 1 a.m.
    • Guests are welcomed free of charge on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited
    Brad Garrett's Comedy Club at MGM Grand to Reopen Saturday, December 26

    Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at MGM Grand is scheduled to reopen Saturday, Dec. 26 with two shows nightly at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Legendary comedians and the next generation of comics will entertain fans in the place they call home in Las Vegas.

    In accordance with current government guidelines, the current phase of entertainment allows for a maximum audience of 50 guests, physically distanced at six feet between parties and a minimum of 25 feet from on-stage performers. Please note Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club may reflect a change from previous performances, in order to meet all guidelines.

    MGM Resorts spent months developing and implementing its comprehensive Seven Point Safety Plan and its Meeting and Conventions: “Convene with Confidence” program, which outline the company’s approach to protecting the health and safety of guests and employees. A “Convene with Confidence” program specifically for entertainment and sporting events also has been implemented. The multi-layered plans look at everything from sanitation stations, masking and physical distancing to digital solutions that minimize touch points as well as enhanced cleaning protocol. Details around both programs can be found at MGM Resorts Entertainment Convene with Confidence. For show schedules, additional information and to purchase tickets for any of these shows, visit MGM Resorts Open Entertainment.

    Schedule for Brad Garrett's Comedy Club performances:
    • Holiday Schedule: December 26 – January 2; two (2) shows nightly at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.
    • Effective January 3
      • Sunday/Wednesday/Thursday – one (1) show at 8 p.m.
      • Friday/Saturday – two (2) shows at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.
    • Dark Mondays/Tuesdays
    • **NOTE** -- Brad Garrett will not be performing until further notice
    Tickets priced at $68.95 can be purchased online at or or by calling (800) 929-1111. Guests must be 21 years of age or older.

    Guests looking for exclusive ticket prices and discounts for select shows can sign up for M life Rewards – MGM Resorts International’s loyalty program. M life Rewards provides members benefits and once-in-a-lifetime experiences at the company’s incomparable collection of resort destinations. To join, or for more information, visit

    Guests begin checking in to hotel rooms at Circa by Richard N. Velotta/LVRJ

    Guests have begun checking in to 512 hotel rooms at Circa.

    The downtown Las Vegas resort, which includes the tallest tower north of the Strip, officially opened its hotel Monday after offering “the world’s earliest check-in” during a promotion that began Saturday, giving those with reservations the potential for two free days at the property. A total 165 guests took advantage of the promotion.

    Circa’s casino has been open since Oct. 28, but the resort received special permission from the Nevada Gaming Control Board to open the hotel rooms after the casino.

    In addition to the hotel, the company opened its indoor-outdoor, 8,400-square-foot Legacy Club on the 60th floor.

    “They say to save the best for last, and when you see our hotel tower and Legacy Club, you’ll see that’s exactly what we did,” Derek Stevens, CEO of Circa, said in a statement Monday.

    Stevens said 512 rooms of the 777 in the tower will be available initially. He explained that the strategy will enable executives to determine how much demand there is for the 26 room types. A decision on the mix of new suites isn’t expected until 2022.

    As a gift, Circa’s first hotel guests are receiving a limited-edition bar plated in 18-karat gold and decorated with Circa’s logo and opening date. The bars also will be available for purchase in Circa’s gift shop for $125.

    Las Vegas shows we didn’t get to see in 2020 by Brock Radke

    Two meaningful new Las Vegas production shows barely had time to make an impact before the Strip shut down in the springtime to fight the spread of the coronavirus. “RuPaul’s Drag Race Live” was bringing ample glamour and flash to the Flamingo Showroom after an exciting debut in January, and just a few Strip steps away at Bally’s, the legendary Jubilee Theater came back to life with “Extravaganza,” which was performed for one pre-pandemic night in March before returning to the stage in November.

    Major concert tour stops from the likes of Bob Dylan, Bon Jovi, Post Malone, the Killers and Justin Bieber were cancelled or postponed this year, but COVID also halted several new residencies and ongoing shows that had generated plenty of anticipation. Here’s a list of the big Vegas entertainment offerings we missed in 2020, all of which we are hoping to see in 2021.

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    Let’s face it: Country music is very polarizing. But “X” Country, a topless revue that uses C&W as its backdrop, is anything but. It’s an exhilarating time, featuring some of the most athletic ladies you’re ever likely to see. Within 90 seconds of starting, tops are doffed—a frequent occurrence over the next 70 minutes of thrusts, gyrations, line-dancing and two-stepping.

    Sexy, limber ladies perform to a soundtrack ranging from Hank Williams Jr. and Garth Brooks to Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift. One must smile during the number set to Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats”—come on, who would cheat on these ladies?

    One dancer luxuriates in an onstage shower to Patsy Cline’s “Crazy,” while another strips down from a wedding dress to the Band Perry’s “Better Dig Two,” and three gals frolic with a bed sheet to Little Big Town’s “Better Man.” During all of this action, social distancing is practiced, but it doesn’t detract from the sheer fun.

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    ‘Queens of Rock’ and other shows continue at Mosaic on the Strip by Brock Radke

    Montreal-based singer Elyzabeth Diaga arrived in Las Vegas in late August, excited about launching her musical tribute “Queens of Rock” on the Strip after years of touring and showcasing and searching for a Vegas home for the show. Its first appearance in the Entertainment Capital of the World was at Sunset Station’s Club Madrid in 2017.

    “When I first came here, I thought, oh my God, this is the place,” Diaga says of her first Vegas visit in 2015. “I was completely mesmerized and just fell in love with the whole vibe here, and from then on it was only, let’s try to find a way to come here with my show.”

    She felt the same way when she first stepped into the Mosaic Theater, the new south Strip venue where the former Club Utopia and Empire Ballroom once operated. “Queens of Rock” was originally set to open at Mosaic in September but the ever-changing circumstances caused by coronavirus pandemic pushed its debut back to October 8.

    Although restrictions and protocols continue to shift — the current rules limit audience capacities to just 50 people in theaters and showrooms until at least January 15 — Diaga is still performing at Mosaic with “Queens of Rock” joining familiar male revue “Aussie Heat” and Elton John-Billy Joel tribute show “Piano Man” Thursday through Saturday.

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    I don’t know about you, but I’ve become too familiar with those muddy, complicated feelings associated with working during this pandemic. There’s preposterous juxtaposition at play. I’m super grateful to remain employed and be able to work safely, but also, I don’t want to do it. It seems uninteresting and insignificant. And when I buckle down and muster the motivation, doing the actual work feels dismal and dreary.

    Those are not adjectives a Las Vegas entertainment writer should be using.

    I felt like this once before, about three years ago, but it didn’t last long. Donny Osmond snapped me out of it.

    It was October 3, 2017, and I didn’t want to go see the Donny & Marie residency show at the Flamingo that Tuesday night, because I was pretty freaked out about the shooting that had occurred 48 hours earlier on the Las Vegas Strip. A few entertainment events that week had been canceled, but Vegas wasn’t empty; tourists were here, and shows were on the books. So Donny and Marie went onstage as planned. I saw the Strip pushing ahead despite the tragedy and confusion; took note of my brave, capable colleagues in the unique industry of Vegas; and realized I had to get back to work, too.

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    Hunger Pains - The Food & Restaurant Section

    38 Standout Dining Destinations in Las Vegas by Susan Stapleton

    Before the pandemic, the Eater 38 was our attempt to answer any question that begins, “Can you recommend a restaurant?” The curated list covers the entire city, spanning numerous cuisines. And, even now, it’s a list that tells the story of the Las Vegas food scene, spanning myriad cuisines and price points, and collectively satisfying all restaurant needs from where to go for a reliable quick bite to where to go when to blow half a paycheck on dinner. Every couple of months, pertinent restaurants that were omitted, have newly become eligible (restaurants must be open at least six months), or have stepped up their game will be added.

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    Chickie’s & Pete’s, Noodle Den Anchor a New Restaurant Row Opening at the Sahara by Susan Satpleton

    The Sahara gets to work on a multi-million dollar renovation that brings Philadelphia’s Chickie’s & Pete’s and hand-pulled noodles from chef Guoming “Sam” Xin to Noodle Den, along with an unnamed Italian restaurant and another venue. All are part of the resort’s $150 million resort remodel that brings big changes to the Strip-facing exterior by next summer.

    The Sahara dubs the four new venues “restaurant row” and currently includes the Beers & Bets and Club 101 venues, with the restaurants extended out to the Strip for larger indoor and outdoor patio spaces.

    The already announced Chickie’s and Pete’s sports bar and crab house brings a menu of crabfries and elevated bar cuisine such as a crabfeast and Lisa’s blonde lobster pie pizza. Chickie’s & Pete’s will serve as location of of the resort’s William Hill sportsbook, which will temporarily move to the main casino during construction.

    Xin, who joined Sahara’s culinary team earlier this year to oversee the resort’s Chinese culinary scene after founding The Noodle Man locally, will launch the Noodle Den featuring his hand-pulled noodles and dumplings, as well as traditional Northern Chinese dishes. Diners can watch the chefs pull noodles in a demonstration kitchen.

    Chef David Chang’s New Spit-Roasted Meat Stall Arrives on the Strip Next Spring

    Can Las Vegas ever get enough of David Chang? The chef’s next foray in Sin City brings Bāng Bar to Block 16 Urban Food Hall in spring 2021. It takes over the Pok Pok Wing space.

    Bāng Bar’s menu focuses on spit-roasted meats wrapped in griddled Korean bāng bread for lunch and dinner. In New York, the Korean flatbread wraps feature meats sliced from vertical spits of roasted meat, such as spicy gochujang-marinated pork shoulder, mortadella layered with lardo, and yakitori-glazed chicken. (“Bāng,” commonly spelled as ppang or bbang, means bread in Korean.)

    Popular New York dishes include The U Wrap, featuring bāng bread filled and rolled with a choice of spicy pork, chicken, or spicy eggplant, and the rice bowl, made with rice, pickles, cabbage, and a choice of spicy pork, chicken, or spicy eggplant. In addition to taking inspiration from Bang Bar’s New York location, Chang promises to create unique-to-Vegas menu items as well.

    21 New Restaurants to Try in Las Vegas Right Now — December 2020 by Susan Stapleton

    The coronavirus pandemic put many restaurant openings on the Strip on hold while off-Strip, the new smaller restaurants keep popping up. While some of these restaurants are open for dine-in service, others placed a greater emphasis on patios and outdoor seating options, as well as takeout and delivery. Here, Eater Vegas spotlights some of the standout newcomers to check out this month.

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    Bobby Flay’s Amalfi Begins Multi-Million Dollar Makeover at Caesars Palace by Bradley Martin

    Aiming for a late spring unveiling at Caesars Palace, one of the most anticipated debuts of 2021 has recently filed new paperwork for a multi-million dollar makeover, transforming Bobby’s Flay’s much admired Mesa Grill into the celebrity chef’s first Italian restaurant, r Amalfi by Bobby Flay.

    Designed by Olivia Jane Design & Interiors, who spent more than six months in consultation with Flay, Amalfi will remodel an original footprint of close to 9,000 square feet with a “blend of coastal ease and fresh, bright flavors,” and the promise of four new spaces, creating a bar and lounge, main dining room, the “market room,” and a private dining area.

    Assigned an estimated budget of $4,090,000 in construction costs alone, Almafi is tasked with matching the popularity of Mesa Grill’s Southwestern menu, a resort fixture and brunch favorite since 2004. Back in October, Flay announced the restaurant would eventually return to Las Vegas, but has yet to reveal a new location.

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    Hash House A Go Go Unleashes a New Food Truck to Roam the Streets of Las Vegas

    Hash House A Go Go on West Sahara Avenue hosts a food truck event to help debut its new Hash House 2 Go Go truck on Thursday, December 17. El Tamalucas, Nic’s Shrimp House, and more food trucks sit in the parking lot from 5 to 8 p.m. Hash House’s new food truck features chicken fingers with homemade biscuits and a choice of sauce and the Twisted Sandy with two chicken fingers on a Hawaiian sweet bun with pickles and choice of sauce waffle fries. Hash House 2 Go Go is offering a buy one, get one on all menu items and $1.50 domestic beers at this event.

    Salt Bae to Drop a $4.5 Million Steakhouse on the Strip by Bradley Martin

    Long rumored and repeatedly promised by restaurateur Nusret Gökçe, the controversial and polarizing chef is finally headed to Las Vegas, importing his Salt Bae alter ego and premium priced steaks to a stand-out location on the Strip.

    Filing initial paperwork earlier this month, the salt-sprinkling viral sensation has yet to alert his more than 21 million Instagram followers a two-story Nusr-Et Steakhouse will move into vacant space D5 at The Park.

    Situated next door to Sake Rok, a short distance from the T-Mobile Arena and the Bliss Dance sculpture, the steakhouse’s building has been empty since the outdoor dining and retail district debuted in 2016.

    Early plans have already allocated $4.5 million in construction costs alone, installing kitchens on both floors, two dining rooms, plus patio and balcony seating. A potential 2021 debut date, or hints of the interior design are yet to be revealed. Also to be announced, if Gökçe plans to bring his casual Nusr-Et Burger spin-off to Las Vegas Boulevard. Nusret Las Vegas was formed as an LLC back in July 2019.

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    Guy Fieri to Bring Chicken Guy! and the Sauce Squad to Las Vegas by Bradley Martin

    Celebrity chef Guy Fieri is finally bringing his rapidly growing Chicken Guy! restaurant to Las Vegas. The restaurant originally revealed its plans to open back in October, while two years ago, restaurateur Robert Earl first announced his expansion plans to Eater Vegas.

    Now officially announced as coming soon to the Las Vegas North Premium Outlets, Chicken Guy! will replace a former Claire’s retail store facing the outdoor mall’s food court. Paperwork to remodel the space was initially filed in March of this year before being put on hold.

    The counter-service restaurant specializes in crispy fried or grilled chicken tenders prepared with lemon juice, pickle brine, buttermilk, and fresh herbs, and served as a standalone serving or in sandwiches that include upgrades of bourbon brown sugar barbecue and smoked bacon and avocado crema.

    Each dish arrives with a choice of sauce from a roster of 22 options, including donkey sauce made with mayo, roasted garlic, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, and lemon, plus wasbi honey, peri-peri, and a collection of hot and spicy flavors. Repeat diners who sign up for the brand’s Sauce Squad receive two additional complimentary sauces per visit.

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