Downtown’s newest attraction is rich with history.
Plenty of nods to classic Las Vegas will be visible at Circa. But you would be hard-pressed to find one as iconic or as tasty as a 99-cent shrimp cocktail.
Chef/owner Dan Coughlin, best known to local foodies for his pioneering Fremont Street restaurant Le Thai, said the opening date moved up from December to Oct. 28.
The vast majority of the visitors tested positive while they were in Nevada. The data dates back to June 1; casinos reopened June 4.
The offers come as Las Vegas’ trade show and convention traffic has come to a standstill because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Two Las Vegas visitors started their weekends with a bang, thanks to two jackpots, including one for nearly $2 million.
The sign, manufactured by YESCO, weighs about 6 tons and spans 68 vertical feet.
Circa owner Derek Stevens joked that because his new downtown resort was expensive to build, he couldn’t afford to put in an arcade.
Circa’s first five floors are set to open Oct. 28, CEO and developer Derek Stevens said. The entire 1.25 million-square-foot hotel-casino is slated to be open in December.
MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment Corp. on Tuesday announced reopening plans that will expand hotel and casino capacity in the city.