Spring 2022 is bringing old favorites and new names for the Las Vegas dining scene. Restaurants and bars are set to reopen early 2022 in Las Vegas, but there will also be new additions and expansions.
Long awaited by locals, The Palms Casino is making a comeback and it is bringing the famous Ghostbar back. The Palms and Ghostbar are said to be reopening in March 2022 with new owners, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Things are definitely changing as this will be the first Native American Tribe to be owners of a casino-resort in Las Vegas.
The new year has set in motion new restaurants to open, but also already loved ones to expand.
March is going to be an eventful month as Bobby Flay, owner of Bobby’s Burgers located at the Aria, is going to expand into the Paris Hotel.
“My favorite part is that the burger has potato chips inside of it,” said Las Vegas native Ashley Giron, who frequently visits Bobby’s Burgers. “The french fries were super good and I would recommend it because it was nice, clean, had good food, and great customer service.”
Speaking of burgers, Anthony Carron and Steve Fretz will introduce Top Round to Las Vegas, a marinated and 10 hour slow roasted Angus beef burger.
Rich with culture, Las Vegas brings diverse cuisine to the table. Owners will open Flight Club, a London-originated restaurant. You can find their mini shrimp tacos and cotton candy deserts in the Grand Canal Shops.
The Grand Canal Shops has many restaurants including Carlo’s Bakery which is owned by Buddy Valastro who is looking to divest. Buddy Valastro will make a change from his usual restaurants to bring us a casual atmosphere with “Boss Cafe” at the Linq, featuring New Jersey and New York delicacies.
“I will definitely try Buddy Valastro’s new restaurant, Cake Boss, because I love his Carlos Bakery,” said UNLV graduate student Edriana Pedraja.
Looking for more options? The MGM park opened up a space for Nellie’s Southern Kitchen where the Jonas Brothers’ father will bring to life his grandmother’s famous biscuits.
That is not all, the Sahara is expecting Ballo, an Italian cuisine that offers an open kitchen where you can see your favorite pasta being made. And The Crystals shoppes announce Toca Madera dining that offers just about everything from a speakeasy to fire breathers and live entertainment.
Spring 2022 is bringing new opportunities for everyone with restaurants of different cuisines and at different locations. Do not forget to keep an eye out for restaurant openings across the Las Vegas valley and try the new restaurants.