Goodbye Diablos Cantina, Sambalatte and 800 Degrees

MonteCarlo is ejecting pretty much everyone from their casino, while preparing its new name and new look. This means all the restaurants and stores are being forced out without renewal of their lease and hacing to find new places.

According to Al Mancini of the LVRJ “The Monte Carlo is in the midst of a transition into a new resort known as Park MGM, with a smaller boutique hotel component, NoMad. Along with the recent addition of Bavette’s, the crossover also has brought restaurant Primrose and a Las Vegas outpost of New York’s NoMad restaurant is still in the planning stages. But the most eagerly anticipated addition to the dining scene is probably a Las Vegas incarnation of Mario Batali’s Eataly concept. There’s no word, however, on when that might be open for business.”

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  1. David Macchia

    November 3, 2017 at 5:42 pm

    It’s over time for a change but the name choice is lame and it seems the cookie cutter MGM F&B bakery is hard at work making copies instead of developing new concepts. To compete with other global destinations as a boutique style resort they should look to standing out rather then blending in with the hotel down the strip.

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