After a 2-month closure, Las Vegas is finally opening back up to the public in a slow and steady manner.
Several Las Vegas casinos and restaurants were given the go-ahead to reopen on June 4, which many have celebrated.
Here’s everything you need to know about the city’s casinos and eateries that have now reopened to the public after the coronavirus outbreak.
The Fountains of Bellagio celebrated its reopening day on June 4 with three magnificent water shows. Alongside the casino itself, The Bellagio has also reopened its pool, salon, and fitness center to guests. The following restaurants have now opened within the resort:
- Prime Steakhouse, Lago (dinner only)
- Noodles (lunch only)
- The Mayfair Supper Club (Wednesday to Sunday only)
- Baccarat Bar and Lounge
- Clube Prive
- Pool Bar
- Sadelle’s Cafe
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas also reopened to the public on June 4, offering free self-parking as a gesture to guests. The casino floor, high limit rooms, sportsbook, spa, and salon have all reopened. Las Vegas hotel guests can now take advantage of the resort’s outdoor tennis courts and fitness centers in The Boulevard, which will space its seating areas to comply with social distancing rules. Bars and restaurants now open include:
- Blue Ribbon
- The Juice Standard
- Estiatorio Milos
- Milk Bar
- China Poblano
Circus Circus followed suit with its reopening date. The main casino is now open to guests offering slots and roulette. The William Hill Sportsbook has reopened. The casino’s Carnival Midway, Splash Zone and Adventure dome have resumed operation. This operator has made the decision to keep the famous Circus Circus Buffet closed until further notice.
Encore’s casino floor, sportsbook, shops, and eateries all reopened on June 4. The casino is very much running business as usual, other than stricter health and safety procedures to ensure players are taking part in table games safely. The venue’s barbershop, salon, spa, fitness centers, and golf course have reopened. Encore will run nightly entertainment at Lake of Dreams.
MGM Grand and The Signature at MGM Grand
Vegas couldn’t be deemed open without MGM Grand. The operator has opened its casino floor and salon to resume business as usual. A selection of cabanas have reopened. Bars and restaurants now welcoming customers include:
- Pool Bar
- Wolfgang Puck Bar
- Casino Bar
The Flamingo has started to welcome back guests in a stylish yet sensible manner. Even the showgirls outside the casino doors were photographed wearing protective masks to match their costumes. The casino is offering free parking to guests. Its lodging and dining options are slowly coming back to life, as well as the operator’s outdoor pools and casino floor so guests can return to the roulette wheel. The High Roller Observation Wheel opened alongside the casino. Restaurants now open include:
- Bugsy’s Bar
- Pizza To Go
- X Bar
New York-New York
New York-New York hasn’t just reopened its casino floor, but its Big Apple Roller Coaster and Big Apple Arcade, too. The venue’s pool and Hershey’s Chocolate World have also reopened their doors. A selection of eateries have reopened within New York-New York. These include:
- Gallagher’s Steakhouse
- Nathan’s Famous
- Tom’s Urban
- NFI Bar
- Shake Shack
Treasure Island must be confident in its cleaning regime, as the casino has now fully reopened and plans to operate 24/7. The casino’s pool is now open 8 am to 9 pm. Bars and restaurants will reopen and time schedules have been released. Here’s how the casino’s eateries will operate:
- Pizzeria Francesco’s (12 noon to 6 am)
- Breeze Bar (24 hours)
- Senor Frogs (Every Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 5 pm to 11 pm.
- Bar at Gilley’s Saloon (4 pm to 1 am)
- Golden Circle Sports Bars (11 am to 7 pm)