Month: April 2017

O’Sheas Casino Has Been Gone Five Years, But It’s Not Forgotten

Find Search for: The beloved O’Sheas Casino closed at noon on April 30, 2012. Five years later, diehard fans of O’Sheas still feel the sting of saying farewell to what had been a 23-year run on the Las Vegas Strip. O’Sheas Casino was closed to make way for the Linq Hotel & Casino. On its closing day, O’Sheas [Read More...

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Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen Restaurant to Open at Caesars Palace

Long-standing rumors have finally been confirmed with the official announcement Gordon Ramsay and Caesars Entertainment will open Hell’s Kitchen restaurant at Caesars Palace. Ramsay’s new Las Vegas restaurant is expected to open by Dec. 1, 2017. The new Hell’s Kitchen restaurant will move into the space formerly occupied by Serendipity 3, and its placeholder replacement, [Read More...

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April 27th

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Circus Circus Expands Pool Complex, Including 50-Foot Waterslide

Circus Circus has begun an expansion of its pool complex, including the addition of what professionals in the waterpark industry call a “big-ass waterslide.” The towering, 50-foot waterslide will give guests three distinct experiences. There’s a “speed slide,” an “aqua tube” and a four-lane “mat racer.” Here’s a closer look at the slide and its various [Read More...

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Commissary Restaurant at Downtown Grand Closes, Converts to eSports Lounge

The long-struggling Commissary After Dark restaurant at the Downtown Grand resort has closed. The space is still being used, however. The restaurant’s tables and chairs have been removed, and now the space has been reconfigured as the Downtown Underground eSports Lounge. The eSports lounge could once be found in the former high limit slot room [Read More...

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