Hash House A Go Go to open fourth location at Plaza hotel-casino
6 July 2011
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The Plaza Hotel and Casino announced today that it is adding Hash House A Go Go to its lineup of restaurants when it reopens at the end of the summer.
The downtown property will be the restaurant’s fourth location. Hash House A Go Go also has locations at Imperial Palace, M Resort, and at Sahara Avenue and Rainbow Boulevard. The restaurant, which brands its cuisine as “twisted farm food,” will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
A release from the Plaza said the restaurant is expected to open by Sept. 1, which is when the property will reopen to hotel guests.
The addition of Hash House A Go Go is part of the Plaza’s $35 million renovation project, which includes improvements to hotel rooms, the casino floor, bars and restaurants. The Plaza’s rooms have been refurbished with new wall coverings, furnishings, floors and fixtures, all purchased at a discounted price from the halted Fontainebleau project on the Strip.
Prior to its grand reopening, the Plaza will host a soft opening on Aug. 24 for its casino.
On a tour of the renovations last month, Tony Santo, CEO of PlayLV, said the property would be adding several food and beverage offerings but wouldn’t give details on what they would be.
The Plaza will be reopening without the popular tapas restaurant Firefly, which was located in the glass dome overlooking Fremont Street.
This story originally appeared in our sister publication, VEGAS INC.
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