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Music / Entertainment / Lounges / Cook E. Jarr / Harrah's / Closings / → All Tags
A Facebook fan page for Las Vegas lounge lizard extraordinaire, Cook E. Jarr, is reporting the singer is about to hang up the mic. His last day at Harrah's is being reported as August 27. That leaves today, August 20, next Tuesday, August 26 and next Wednesday, August 27 as possibly your very last chances to see him.
Renovations / Closings / Excalibur / Buffets / Dining / Eating / → All Tags
VegasChatter fan Sharon C. tipped us off to the news of a remodel earlier today. According to Excalibur's Twitter feed, a renovation project will close the
overly exuberantly themed space beginning September 2. The property will offer a "special breakfast set-up at The STEAKHOUSE at Camelot in the mean time."
In 2012, we thought plans for a pool complex at Circus Circus would wipe out its long, long time RV park. That didn't happen, nor did the pool expansion. But, it seems the clock has officially run out for the campground.
Next month, the KOA Circusland RV Park will close to make way for MGM Resort's City of Rock, a sprawling outdoor festival ground that will debut in May 2015 with the US arrival of Rock in Rio. The Los Angeles Times reports that a smaller RV park could eventually return, but you know how that tends to go in Las Vegas:
At The Mirage, the OG of Sugar Factory stores has been dishing happiness, one pound at at time, since 2009. Since then, the brand really got stuck on Vegas with locations popping up at Paris, Planet Hollywood, MGM Grand and Town Square over the years.
Openings / Spirit Of The King / Steve Connolly / Broadway Rat Pack / The King And The Chairman / Chairman Of The Board / That's Life / Downtown Vegas / Downtown / Four Queens / Closings / → All Tags
The lineup is changing once more inside the Four Queens showroom. The Elvis/Sinatra mashup we told you about that never actually happened? It's now going to happen. Minus Sinatra. Confused? We were, too, so we got to the bottom of the matter. Follow the bouncing Elvis and try to keep up.
Remember Thatís Life? The little slice of vintage Vegas (insert sarcasm) that had to be seen to be believed? We certainly do and shared our thoughts here. What was meant to be a collaboration between respected Elvis impersonator Steve Connolly and Dakota Horvath (as Sinatra) never actually came together (for reasons unknown) and Horvath resorted to sharing the stage with an unbearable performer this writer dubbed Street Elvis.
Vegas News / Events / Openings / Closings / Vegas Delays / Entertainment / Shit You May Have Missed / → All Tags
A lot of sh*t comes and goes in Las Vegas and some of it actually sticks. Since the flow of updates can come fast and furious, each month we'll point out Sh*t You May Have Missed as an easy way to keep score of what's new, who's coming soon, which doors may have closed and what you better catch now before it's gone forever.
And, if you really are waiting for Step Up All In, it hits theaters August 8.
· Westgate Las Vegas (Former LVH formerly Las Vegas Hilton formerly Intercontinental)
RESTAURANTS, BARS AND NIGHTLIFE
· Giada's for lunch (The Cromwell)
· PGA Tour Grill (McCarran Airport)
· Japanese Cuisine by Omae (3650 Decatur Blvd.)
· Oak & Ivy (Downtown Container Park)
· Distill (Southern Highlands)
· Equalibrium (Tommy Wind Theater)
· Benny's Smokin' BBQ & Brews (Binion's)
· Zippo (Luxor)
· AllSaints (Forum Shops)
· Pas de Deux Children's Couture (Tivoli Village)
· Collective Souls Fine Art (Tivoli Village)
· SprayTans (Tivoli Village)
· Dana Delgado Dance Studios (Tivoli Village)
· Michael Kors (McCarran Airport, Terminal 3)
· Ted Baker (Fashion Show Mall)
· Priefert Pavilion (South Point)
· Jimmy Hopper residency (Laguna Champagne Bar, Palazzo)
BETTER NOT BE OPEN
· Bags of Liquor (Downtown)
Dining / Michael Mina / BARDOT Brasserie / ARIA / Cafes / Gastropubs / Mixology / American Fish / Closings / Openings / → All Tags
After the announcement that BARDOT Brasserie would be taking the spot of American Fish at Aria, many questions surrounded the motivations behind changing Michael Mina's American gastro-pub concept into a French Brasserie. Even more questions swirled around how it would define itself from others and be a unique concept.
We at VegasChatter were lucky enough to wrangle the celebrity chef for a spare moment to straighten a few things out, and to illuminate the dark corners surrounding this much-anticipated opening.
Gay Vegas / Openings / Equalibrium / Closings / Krave / Tommy Wind Theater / The Strip / → All Tags
In a twist that should probably require an accompanying flowchart, Krave has been replaced by Equalibrium. The also gay friendly nightspot will make its debut this Friday, August 1 in the exact same space Krave called home up until this past weekend (for its most recent incarnation, anyway). That, however, is where the similarities end as Equalibrium is quick to note on its Facebook page.
Closings / Openings / The Strip / Zingers / Hawaiian Marketplace / Chili's / Construction / → All Tags
The best worst dive bar on The Strip is no more.
Zinger's, known for its karaoke and definitely not for its food, has closed at Hawaiian Marketplace. That's the strip mall across from Aria. You know, where they're building that Chili's? In fact, we hear the chain's two-story takeover of a large section of Hawaiian Marketplace is to blame for the shutter of Zinger's.
Closings / Broadway Rat Pack / The King And The Chairman / Chairman Of The Board / That's Life / Downtown Vegas / Downtown / Four Queens / → All Tags
Gay Vegas / Closings / Krave / The Strip / → All Tags
Krave has announced its closure while simultaneously clinging to the tagline of being America's #1 LGBT nightclub.
The nightspot, which seems to have had its greatest days when it was located on the Harmon side of Miracle Mile, will close at its current location as of this Sunday, July 27. After a disastrous downtown move, Krave popped up on The Strip at the Tommy Wind Theater (formerly the Empire Ballroom) last November and even invested in an remodel that brought new furniture, lighting, and a new sound system to the space.
WTF / Mamma Mia / Tropicana / Closings / Openings / Entertainment / Shows / → All Tags
It's another grand opening, grand closing for Tropicana.
After debuting May 8, Trop's version of the Broadway hit, Mamma Mia!, has turned into a big miss. It's been announced the show will close August 3. We once had high hopes that the production would finally turn things around for the WTF-plagued property, but that changed after we actually saw it and felt the vocals (kind of a major thing here) did not stand out.