Two more chains are setting up shop in Vegas, and they couldn’t be more different.
First, the New York-based BLT Steak, owned by Esquared Hospitality, will be moving into the space in Bally’s that was recently vacated by Bally’s Steakhouse, according to a release. The 9,300-square-foot space will include a curved bar and a lounge that seats 50, as well as a huge dining room that will seat 150, two separate dining rooms that will seat an additional 100 guests, and two private rooms that will seat 10 and 12. Décor will be primarily wood, with polished steel and warm neutral tones. A Caesars rep told Eater that the Sterling Brunch, which Bally’s was well-known for, will be incorporated into the menu, and it should be opening up next year.
Next up, for something completely different: Golden Corral, the chain of buffet-based restaurants whose commercials air even in locations that don’t have a restaurant for hundreds of miles around, is slated to begin construction soon on the city’s east side, next to a Home Depot. The restaurant will be about 11,000 square feet, according to Eater Las Vegas, and they’re currently hiring managers. It’s nowhere near the Strip, but is conveniently located right across the street from a Walmart.