It's A Big Weekend And Not Just Because Of The Big Game
This weekend is going to be crazy in Vegas and not just because of Super Sunday. There are a bunch of new openings for you to add to your must-try list and a dive hotel-casino to bid adieu. Here's the lowdown:
Citizens Kitchen at Mandalay Bay: Now open. This new 24-7 casual eatery by The Light Group opened its doors Friday morning. Head here for upscale grub. We hear the tater tots are killer. And, if you're especially hungry, there's a monster muffuletta challenge. Priced at $135, the pork and cheese sandwich is meant for six. Eat it by yourself and your meal will be free.
Heraea at Palms: Opening Sunday. Touted as a sports bar/restaurant for women, Heraea will kickoff its debut on Super Sunday.
Nobu Restaurant and Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace: Now and Monday. Nobu Restaurant soft opened Friday night while the hotel will welcome its first official guests on Monday.
Million Dollar Quartet at Harrah's: Premiering Monday. This award-winning musical based on a real night that brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley all together in one recording studio will make its Strip debut on February 4. Purchase tickets here.
Bill's Gambling Hall & Saloon: This either loved or reviled dive hotel-casino will mark its last days this weekend. Click here for the official closing schedule. Its last day of operation will be Monday.
Leid Discovery Children's Museum: February 3. Las Vegas' only children's museum will close its doors on Sunday as it prepares to relocate to a brand new venue in downtown's Symphony Park. The new experience debuts on March 9.
(PHOTO: Citizens Kitchen on Foursquare)