Get ready to dine at a casino on the Strip. Wynn Las Vegas is reopening five of its restaurants starting Friday May 29th.
Italian Allegro, Three Meal Jardin, Lakeside Seafood, Japanese Mizumi, and SW Steakhouse are reopening with new three-course fixed-price menus, some al fresco dining, and wine and cocktail pairings.
“The reopening of these restaurants is a positive and critical step towards the full reopening of our resort,” said Marilyn Spiegel, President of Wynn Las Vegas, in a press release.
Governor Steve Sisolak closed all non-essential businesses including casinos on March 17th. Currently, Nevada is in the first phase of reopening. Restaurants, including some restaurants, are allowed to reopen with restrictions. If the number of coronavirus cases continues to decline and hospital capacity to treat new cases remains available, he can move on to the next phase of reopening the state to business. In the past, he said casinos could reopen in phase three or four of his plan. So far there is no date for the reopening of casinos. Nevada is in the first phase of store reopening.
The restaurant’s Prix Fixe menus are available for USD 45 in the Allegro, USD 75 in the Lakeside, USD 65 in the Mizumi, USD 40 in the Jardin and USD 75 in the SW Steakhouse. Both Jardin and Allegro offer a daily happy hour with food, wine and cocktail specialties from 3pm to 5pm.
Guests can sit on the terraces in Lakeside and SW overlooking the Lake of Dreams, while Mizumi’s floor-to-ceiling retractable windows that open to the restaurant’s 90-foot waterfall offer diners an alfresco dining experience.
Wynn requires advance reservations for all guests. Customers can access menus via a QR code, while each restaurant also offers one-way menus for single use. The tables are six feet apart and the servers do not cover the tables until the guests are seated. All touch-sensitive surfaces in the restaurant are cleaned and disinfected between the individual seats, and the employees practice proper hand hygiene between every customer interaction. Guests cannot sit in the bar areas.
All employees at Wynn have their temperature checked and fill out a COVID-19 questionnaire before each shift. As an additional precaution, guests are subject to a temperature control upon arrival at the resort.
The rest of Wynn and Encore Las Vegas will remain closed except for the golf course.
Allegro is open from 3pm to 11pm. Jardin is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Lakeside is open from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm. Mizumi is open from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm. SW Steakhouse is open from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Customers can use the Wynn Self Park for access.
Reservations can be made by phone at 702-770-DINE or online.
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