Las Vegas eating places are quickly closing as a result of coronavirus pandemic

As the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Las Vegas dining scene continues to unfold, from resorts closing on the Strip to staff at resorts that have tested positive for COVID-19, facilities across the city are responding in different ways . Restaurants have reduced their seating capacity, others are now on takeout and delivery, and some are closing temporarily – and still others have been forced to close permanently due to declining business.

Here is a list of facilities across the city that have closed following the pandemic. Do you know a closure? Leave a comment below or send an email to [email protected]

Both resorts will close on March 17th and will be re-rated in 10 days.

MGM resorts

All resorts close on March 17th. These include Aria, the Bellagio, the Park MGM, the MGM Grand, Excalibur, Luxor, the Mandalay Bay, Vdara, the NoMad Hotel, MGM’s signature, Delano, New York-New York, Mirage and the Park.

aria

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

Bellagio

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

The Omnia Nightclub is temporarily closing.

Searsucker is temporarily closing.

The bacchanal buffet is temporarily closed.

The Guy Savoy restaurant closes temporarily from March 21st to April 15th.

Mr. Chow temporarily closed until April 14th.

Giada Pronto temporarily closed.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill temporarily closed.

Old Homestead will be temporarily closed.

Rao closes temporarily.

Closed bars include the Alto Lounge, Apostrophe Bar, Race & Sports Book Bar and Slice Bar.

Mesa Grill is stopping lunch service.

Forum Food Court closings include Earl of Sandwich, Halal Guys, TaCo, and Smoke & Sizzle.

In-room dining and Nobu Hotel in-room dining nearby.

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Red plate, rose. Rabbit. Lie., Wicked Spoon, Overlook Grill and Va Bene will be temporarily closed from March 16.

China Poblano, Jaleo and é by José Andrés were temporarily closed on March 15th.

Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub temporarily closed.

The resort closes at 6pm on March 18th and reopens on March 31st.

Beauty & Essex is temporarily closed on March 16th.

The Cromwell

Drai’s night club, day club and after hours will be temporarily closed.

Giada closed temporarily.

Encore Las Vegas

Closes on March 17th.

Excalibur

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

Fashion show

Jeannie’s will temporarily close in Nordstrom for two weeks on March 17th.

The sloping door was temporarily closed.

Carmine is temporarily closed.

Four Seasons

Charlie Palmer Steak temporarily closed.

The Linq

3535 Cocktail Lounge and Purple Zebra temporarily closed.

Brooklyn Bowl was temporarily closed from March 15.

Luxor

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

Mandalay Bay

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

MGM Grand

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

Mirage

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

New York, New York

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

NoMad Hotel

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

The resort closes at 2pm on March 19th.

Gustav’s Las Vegas Bar, Le Cabaret Bar and Napoleon’s Lounge are closed.

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

Paradise Lounge, Prendi and Bella Bistro closed.

Signature at MGM Grand

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

stratosphere

Crafted buffet is temporarily closed.

Treasure Island

The Corner Market Buffet is closed on Friday March 13th.

UNLV

Greens to Go, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Sidewalk Cafe, Coffee Bean and Ta Leaf, POD Cart, POD Restaurants, Starbucks, Bad Eating, Jamba Juice, Panda Express, Soho Sushi Burritos, POD Market, Steak n Shake, Subway, and Taco Bell closed.

Vdara

Closes March 17th and won’t take reservations until May 1st.

The resort closes at 2pm on March 19th.

Westgate

The Silk Road Asian Bistro and Sake & Robata Grill Bar are closed until April 1st.

Wynn Las Vegas

Closes on March 17th.

Downtown

The Bunkhouse Saloon is temporarily closing.

Velveteen Rabbit is temporarily closing.

Chinatown

The Sand Dollar Lounge will temporarily close for one week after service on March 16.

Sparrow + Wolf is temporarily closing and plans to reopen on April 1st.

Takopa closes after the service on March 16. Converted to Ramen Show.

The Mordeo Boutique Wine Bar will be closed on March 17th.

Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar will be closed from March 17th to March 30th.

The Divine Cafe and the entire outdoor garden are temporarily closed on March 16.

West side

The martini temporarily closes after 4 p.m. on March 16.

The pint temporarily closes after 4 p.m. on March 16.

Golden Steer is temporarily closing.

Spearmint Rhino is temporarily closing.

East Side

Ferrari’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar temporarily closed for three weeks on March 16.

Both Firefly Tapas locations closed after dinner on March 16.

Lindo Michoacan closes.

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This post will be updated as new information becomes available. It was last updated on March 17 at 2:37 pm PDT.

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