Elton John’s spouse to pop open a Champagne lounge at Caesars Palace
David Furnish, Elton John’s spouse, is opening a new Champagne lounge at Caesars Palace, between the Strip resort’s Colosseum and Forum Shops.
Fizz Las Vegas will clock in at 2,750 square feet and feature a high-end selection of Champagnes and spirits. Furnish collaborated with Michael Greco and Steven Kennedy’s Marvel Management and Marketing to make his grand idea a reality worth $3.8 million.
“Fizz is an extension of our personal style,” Furnish said in a statement. “Spending so much time in Las Vegas with Elton's performance schedule, we wanted a space that would reflect our personal style and become an extension of the way we entertain at home.”
The club's menu will offer luxury selections of caviar, charcuterie and small plate items to complement the beverage menu. The menu is the brainchild of Sir. Elton John’s personal chef.
Designed by Tal Studio, Fizz will take on a glam look, decorated in gold-colored fixtures, muted tones and metal accents.
"Caesars Palace has been proud of bringing many firsts to the destination such as Nobu Hotel, celebrity chef restaurants, and now the first-of-its-kind Champagne lounge — Fizz," Gary Selesner, regional president of Caesars Palace, said in a statement. "The opening of Fizz provides Caesars Palace guests an elevated experience from dining, entertainment and now a contemporary Champagne lounge just steps from the Colosseum."
An opening date has not been set, though officials plan to offer more details in the next few weeks.