Red Rock Gets Restaurant Row
(Las Vegas, NV) — Stations Casinos calls it the crown jewel of their properties, and after 8 years of being open, Red Rock Resort is getting some upgrades.
$35 million dollars will be used to upgrade the spa and all of their suites, and makeover T-Bones Chophouse.
Station Casinos Lori Nelson says four new restaurants are opening too, with indoor and outdoor seating options. Those restaurants are:
Mercadito Red Rock: The Sandoval brothers of Chicago are bringing their award-winning authentic and creative Mexican cuisine to Las Vegas. The menu will expertly blend traditional Mexican fare with creative interpretations of local and seasonal ingredients and will offer a beverage menu that includes unique variations of classic cocktails and an extensive tequila list.
The Light Group: A new neighborhood dining experience featuring a farmer’s market-inspired small plates menu with simple, seasonal and sustainable ingredients paired with masterfully hand-crafted beers and an extensive wine list. The restaurant will be managed by The Light Group, a leading hospitality development and management company under the direction of Executive Chef and Partner Brian Massie.
New Italian Restaurant: The Company will develop a new contemporary and casual Italian restaurant that will replace the existing Terra Rossa Italian restaurant.
Noodle Bar: Red Rock’s culinary team has also developed a noodle bar concept that will be located between the Grand Café and the High Limit gaming room and will offer a lively interactive dining experience featuring noodle bowls, dim sum and specialty fried rice.
The new restaurant venues will be built along the property’s Charleston Boulevard casino entrance complete with outdoor entrances and patios. These restaurants will be linked by a pedestrian walkway to create connectivity for guests to walk along all five restaurant locations including the existing Lucille’s Bar-B-Que and Yard House. Outdoor patios and water features will be prominently featured throughout the new design.
A new parking section with a public drop off area located off Summerlin Centre Dr. will offer guests convenience from the soon-to-open The Shops at Summerlin to the casino.