●Tequila Ranch: Since The Linq already has a Mexican resto in the works, we're going to assume that this is the Tequila Ranch by way of Cleveland which bills itself as a cowboy themed bar
●Coke: Could the Coca-Cola store be jumping ship from its current location next to M&Ms World? Or, will this be a second location for The Strip?
●Ghirardelli: Making its Strip return after being forced out of its Carnival Court locale by construction on the IP
●Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Yeah, you read that right. We did a double take, too. What may be an off-shoot of the popular Cleveland museum sounds to be headed our way as well.
Just the names of the venues were mentioned in the report so we'll need to wait for Caesars to divulge more details. Unless we uncover them first. Its been known to happen. These four brands will join the previously announced outlets of:
●Chayo Mexicano: "upscale casual" mexican cuisine with indoor-outdoor seating
●Flour & Barley: pizzeria (its sister restos, The Barrymore, Public House and Holsteins, are hot spots so we have high hopes here)
●Off the Strip: an Italian bistro (second Vegas outpost)
●Sprinkles: cupcakes and ice cream chain
●F.A.M.E.: food, art, music and entertainment "combined to recreate a culinary bazaar"
●Tilted Kilt: a breastaurant chain (see here) with a Celtic theme (read: hot girls in kilts)
●Yard House: restaurant chain that will feature two-level outdoor patio and beer garden
●Brooklyn Bowl: a bowling alley (32 lanes) slash performance space slash nightclub by way of NYC
The Linq will open in phases with the first outlets coming online late next year (plan for December). As we previously reported and as confirmed by this quarterly call, the debut of The High Roller observation wheel won't take place until early 2014. Look to take a spin in the second quarter of that year.
(PHOTO: Caesars Entertainment)