The north end of the Las Vegas Strip features the first resort built from scratch in more than a decade when Resorts World opens on June 24th.
The resort has 3,500 rooms in three towers of Hilton – the largest Conrad Hotels & Resorts hotel in the world, one of the first LXR Hotels & Resorts locations in the US, and a Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel.
More than 40 food and drinks are open at the resort, including:
Chef Ray Garcia, who ran Broken Spanish and BS Taqueria with Mexican-American cuisine, is planning the debut of ¡Viva! with regional Mexican cuisine. Resorts World calls the project a “collaboration with the 2015 boss of the Esquire magazine”, which is located in a modern room with a colorful design.
Chef Nicole Brisson, who was the 2020 James Beard Foundation semi-finalist for Best Chef Southwest, is opening two new branches at the resort with former Mina Group Vice President Jason Rocheleau. Brezza plans to serve Italian cuisine on the coast, while Bar Zazu has a European cafe that serves hot and cold tapas, cheese and charcuterie, as well as sweet and savory pastries and wines by the glass, bottle and on flights.
The resort is also planning to open the Genting Palace, featuring Cantonese cuisine, seafood and dim sum from parent company Genting Group. The restaurant, which originally opened in 1965, specializes in marble goby and braised traditional pork rib cutlet chops.
Resorts World is also debuting in Kusa Nori, a sushi bar with teppanyaki grills. The Japanese restaurant plans to serve yakitori and teppanyaki dishes, and have a wide variety of sake in stock.
Celebrity favorite Craig’s Vegan Ice Cream from Los Angeles serves 100 percent vegan ice cream that is certified kosher and gluten-free.
Billy Richardson of the Las Vegas marigold expects to serve American staples like burgers, lobster, and homemade desserts, as well as craft brews, cocktails, and wine.
Richie Palmer’s Mulberry Street Pizzeria in Beverly Hills, which originally opened in 1991, serves pizzas that are about the thickness of a piece of paper and in pies with special toppings like chicken farm, eggplant parmesan, and rigatoni.
Sun’s Out Buns Out, developed by Resorts World, plans to offer comfort foods with eggs as the main ingredient throughout the day every day.
Tacos El Cabron in San Diego plans to serve Tijuana-inspired Mexican cuisine like street tacos, elote, burritos, bowls, and specialties like birria.
Famous Foods Street Eats, a 24,000-square-foot food hall, is an ode to hawker centers in Southeast Asia with 16 outlets including Hong Kong dumplings, Philippine lechon, Thai beef noodle soup and fried noodle. They join Chef Marcus Samuelsson and DJ Steve Aoki’s outposts among the 16 booths planned for the dining room, which includes a center bar and speakeasy.
The Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge with a 360 degree view of the casino floor by Clique Hospitality offers a 4,090 square meter lounge specializing in champagne cocktails.
Wally’s Wine & Spirits brings a restaurant, wine bar and gourmet specialty market with over 8,000 labels to the neon of Vegas. Tourists can also buy spirits, beer and gourmet groceries or enjoy one of the 125+ wines by the glass.
A Nashville Music Row favorite brings live music and dancing to sports betting. In addition to sports betting, the DawgHouse Saloon & Sportsbook has a sports bar in Nashville, which offers draft beers, cocktails and classic American pub dishes with a southern touch.
Starlight on 66 takes visitors to the resort’s 66th floor for views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Located in the heart of the casino floor, the Crystal Bar offers cocktails and spirits wrapped in cascading crystal-shaped pendants.
Other bars along the way include the Baccarat Bar, High Limit Bar, Conrad Lobby Bar, and Crockfords Lobby Bar.
The Ayu Dayclub offers an outdoor pool with a distinct Southeast Asian tropical island theme. Zouk is becoming the focal point of Las Vegas nightlife, building on its nearly three decades of dominance as a state-of-the-art travel destination in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia.
Fuhu, named after the Mandarin word for “lucky tiger”, offers a modern menu of Chinese cuisine, including fried Fuhu duck with truffle morel sauce, Boston lobster noodles, duck essence porridge and a cocktail menu that is prepared in unique glasses for each drink .
Inspired by the Red Tail Panda and also located in the Genting Mammoth Hilltop Resort, RedTail presents itself as a casual pre-game space with its own cocktail creations, shared contemporary Asian appetizers, as well as beer pong, jenga and video games, all of which are accompanied by a soundtrack curated by Zouk DJs.
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