Next door to Park, a plain black exterior is all that denotes the future home of Radio City Pizza. The lights were on, but papered windows prevented us from seeing the state of things inside. Based on the exterior, it appears that a walk-up window may be a future option for the hungover and hungry. Your guess is as good as ours as far as an opening. Radio City keeps pushing back its debut. A countdown on its website now indicates it's next week. We'll see.
Up next on our hard hat tour -- La Comida, a Mexican restaurant by Michael Morton (behind N9NE Steakhouse, ghostbar, Rain Nightclub, Nove Italiano and Moon Nightclub). It's expected to debut in March. From what we saw today, that might be ambitious. The space is completely gutted. Even the concrete foundation has been ripped up. Once finished, you will find the resto on Sixth at Fremont, nestled right behind Commonwealth.
Across 6th, we spied workers in the midst of hoisting a snazzy red, black and white sign for Fremont Country Club, a live music venue and a sister joint to Backstage Bar & Billiards. Another project plagued by delays, Fremont Country Club once expected to make its debut Labor Day Weekend 2012. We've not heard a whisper of a new date other than "early 2013."
Today, crews diligently focused on grading the lot located between Fremont and Carson on 7th. Expect a fire-breathing praying mantis, a caboose that is a barbershop, restaurants, bars, shops, a playground, and an immersion dome. If it's hard to picture, just click here. A full reveal should take place this summer.
(All Photos: VegasChatter)