Celebrities from across the nation responded to Roy Horn’s death on Friday in Las Vegas.
As news of Roy Horn’s death spread across the Las Vegas Valley, a few people went to the Mirage, where along with Siegfried Fischbacher, the duo held court between 1990 until Oct. 3, 2003.
The Blind Pig, 7th & Carson and Gaetano’s Ristorante are among the restaurants that have announced when they will reopen.
Roy Horn, of the groundbreaking Las Vegas entertainment team Siegfried & Roy, has died at 75 from complications related to COVID-19.
The original, family-owned Thai restaurant, in the Commercial Center on East Sahara Avenue, had to close more than two years ago after heavy rains caused its roof to collapse.
With Smart & Final’s new system, shoppers will queue up in a single line instead of at individual checkstands, and an electronic sign will indicate when a register is free.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib, located in the Hughes Center in Las Vegas, plans three virtual murder-mystery dinners in May, all including a Lawry’s prime rib dinner.
Ricardo’s Mexican Restaurant, which has been a staple in Las Vegas for 40 years, will continue takeout until May 15, when it plans a closing party with a “socially-distanced” buffet.
The theater reopened April 23, only to close again the next day.