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Resorts World opens at the north end of the Las Vegas Strip on June 24



The north end of the Las Vegas Strip is set to reveal the first fully-built resort in over a decade when Resorts World opens on June 24.

The resort has 3,500 rooms in three Hilton towers – the largest Conrad Hotels & Resorts property in the world, one of the premier LXR Hotels & Resorts in the United States, and a Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel.

Over 40 food and beverage options available at the resort, including:

Chief Ray Garcia, who operated Broken spanish and BS Taqueria with Mexican American dishes, plans to debut ¡Viva! with regional Mexican cuisine. Resorts World calls the project a “collaboration with Squire Magazine Chef of the Year in 2015, located in a contemporary space with a colorful design.

Chef Nicole Brisson, who was a James Beard Foundation semi-finalist for the Southwest’s Best Chef award in 2020, is opening two new outlets at the resort with former Mina Group Vice President Jason Rocheleau. Brezza plans to serve coastal Italian dishes while Bar Zazu offers a European cafe serving hot and cold tapas, cheese and cold meats, sweet and savory pastries, as well as wines by the glass, bottle and wine. ‘plane.

The resort also plans to open Genting Palace with Cantonese cuisine, seafood and dim sum from parent company Genting Group. The restaurant, which opened in 1965, specializes in marble goby and traditional braised pork chop.

Resorts World is also launching Kusa Nori, a sushi bar with teppanyaki grills. The Japanese restaurant plans to serve yakitori and teppanyaki dishes and stock a large sake menu.

Los Angeles celebrity Craig’s Vegan vegan ice cream serves 100% vegan certified kosher and gluten-free ice cream.

Las Vegas Marigold local Billy Richardson expects to serve American staples including burgers, lobsters and homemade desserts, as well as craft beers, cocktails and wine.

Richie Palmer’s Mulberry Street Pizzeria in Beverly Hills, which opened in 1991, serves pizzas about as thick as a piece of paper to the slice and in pies with special toppings such as chicken ranch , eggplant, parmesan and rigatoni.

Sun’s Out Buns Out, developed by Resorts World, plans to offer comfort foods with eggs as the main ingredient, all day, every day.

San Diego’s Tacos El Cabron plans to serve Tijuana-inspired Mexican cuisine, such as street tacos, elote, burritos, bowls, and specialty dishes such as birria.

Famous Foods Street Eats, a 24,000 square foot food hall, is an ode to the hawking hubs found in Southeast Asia with 16 outlets such as Hong Kong dumplings, Philippine lechon, soup from Thai beef noodles and fried noodles. They join the outposts of chef Marcus Samuelsson and deejay Steve Aoki among the 16 stands planned for the dining room which includes a central bar and a speakeasy.

Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge, with a 360-degree view of the casino floor from Clique Hospitality, offers a 4,090 square foot lounge specializing in champagne cocktails.

Wally’s Wine & Spirits offers a restaurant, wine bar and specialty food market with over 8,000 mind-blowing Vegas neon labels. Tourists can also shop for spirits, beer, and gourmet food, or sip one of over 125 wines by the glass.

A Nashville Music Row favorite brings live music and dancing to the bookie. DawgHouse Saloon & Sportsbook has a Nashville Sports Bar next to the bookie that will offer draft beers, cocktails and classic American pub food with a southern flair.

Starlight on 66 takes visitors to the 66th floor of the resort to take in views of the Las Vegas Strip.

Crystal Bar sits in the heart of the casino floor with cocktails and spirits wrapped in cascading crystal-shaped pendants.

Other bars on the way include Baccarat Bar, High Limit Bar, Conrad Lobby Bar and Crockfords Lobby Bar.

Ayu Dayclub offers an outdoor swimming pool themed around the tropical islands of Southeast Asia. Zouk will become the focal point of nightlife in the Las Vegas resort town, building on its nearly three-decade dominance as a leading destination in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia.

Fuhu, named after the Mandarin word for “lucky tiger,” offers a menu of contemporary Chinese cuisine, including Fuhu roast duck with truffle and morel sauce, Boston lobster noodles, duck essence porridge and a cocktail menu prepared in a unique glassware for each drink.

Inspired by the red-tailed panda and also located in the gigantic Genting complex on a hill, RedTail presents itself as a laid-back pre-game spot with its own cocktail creations, shared contemporary Asian bites, as well as beer pong. , Jenga and video games, all accompanied by a soundtrack organized by Zouk DJs.

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3000 Las Vegas S. Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas S. Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

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3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas S. Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas S. Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

3000 Las Vegas S. Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109



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