A Day in The Park

Las Vegas’ Newest Attraction – The Park: Las Vegas

The Park Las Vegas, located between the Monte Carlo and the New York New York hotel, has been open for a few weeks now and has been a huge hit for people staying on the west side of the Las Vegas Strip. ”We’ve created a neighborhood environment that invites our guests to explore many of our resorts on the Strip’s west side, collecting experiences along the way, with the Park serving as a central gathering space for people to relax, dine and be entertained,” Jim Murren, Chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International, said in the statement. The Park features new and exciting places to hang out between concerts, nightclubbing, and sight seeing, in an area of the strip that was usually quickly passed by. Below are some of the places we recommend stopping by.

Bruxie: Bruxie chicken and waffles, which became a huge success in Santa Monica, opened up a menu with various items that use waffles instead of bread or buns. A must try.

Sake Rok: Integrating pop culture and Japanese fashion, Sake Rok is the place to go for Japanese-American food. Grab sushi and sake bombs in this very high energy venue.

BeerHaus: This new American beer hall offers craft brews, international favorites, local Vegas brews, and everything in-between on their beer menu. Come in here to grab some beer and food while playing Giant Jenga or shuffle board in this very open and spacious venue.

California Pizza Kitchen: The very popular California Pizza Kitchen is also alongside the aforementioned eateries with a great patio to grab a hand tossed pizza before a concert in the T-Mobile arena that was just built in Las Vegas.

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