LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Station Casinos guests will receive a taste of what is to come as select restaurants at Red Rock Resort, Green Valley Ranch and Santa Fe Station open for dine-in service and curbside pickup beginning May 26 and May 29.
For the latest information on restaurant openings, hours and menus please visit StationCasinosBlog.com.
The following restaurants will be opening on the following dates and by property:
. American. Texas Station Hotel & Casino Fiesta Rancho Casino is popular for its Mexican-themed party rooms, variety of games and traditional Mexican food. The casino offers various slot games, video poker, cash-back, bingo, table games, keno and various other games. LAS VEGAS (FOX5) - Diners who have missed eating at some Station Casinos restaurants are in luck. The company announced Thursday that it will reopen some restaurants at three of.
Red Rock Resort
· Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar
· Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill
· Yard House
· Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ
For the above restaurants, guests will access these restaurants through the North casino entrance located next to Blue Ribbon.
· T-Bones Chophouse
For T-Bones, guests will access the property through the East parking garage
Green Valley Ranch
· Bottiglia Enoteca
· Borracha Mexican
· Pizza Rock (Curbside pickup only will be available in designated parking spots)
· Hank’s Fine Steaks
Guests will access these restaurants through the Paseo Verde parking lot entrance located next to Bottiglia.
Santa Fe Station
Leticia’s Cocina (Curbside pickup only will be available in designated parking spots)
Guests can expect restaurants to follow the recommended standards for dining and establishments issued by the Governor’s Office or Southern Nevada Health District.
For the complete list of Station Casinos safety and health protocols please visit this link.
As previously announced, the Company will be reopening its properties in phases.
First to reopen will be its Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch, Santa Fe Station, Boulder Station, Palace Station and Sunset Station properties, together with its Wildfire division properties, when permitted to do so by governmental authorities.
The Company will assess the performance of those first-to-reopen properties before reopening its Palms, Texas Station, Fiesta Henderson and Fiesta Rancho properties. As the Company prepares to reopen, the number one priority has been, and will continue to be, the health and wellbeing of its team members, guests and the entire Las Vegas community.
Ever since Station Casinos announced it wouldn’t reopen four of its Las Vegas casinos immediately after the COVID-19 shutdown, there’s been buzz about the casinos being sold.
Now, we hear two of the locals casinos may have been purchased by Boyd Gaming. They are Fiesta Rancho and Fiesta Henderson.
“Fiesta” is Spanish for “Do not believe everything you read in photo captions.”
This rumor hasn’t been confirmed, but those are the only ones worth sharing, really.
The other two casinos in limbo are Texas Station and Palms. The folks at @WeKnowVegas floated the rumor Texas Station would go to the owners of Dotty’s, a chain of slot parlors. Which is rude, because we hate when anyone knows anything before we do.
Station Casinos has said Palms isn’t for sale, but we’ve heard otherwise.
While Boyd Gaming doesn’t confirm or deny rumors, it’s interesting timing for this chatter to surface as the company recently raised $600 million, for what that’s worth.
Boyd Gaming already has a number of popular locals casinos in Las Vegas, but the more the merrier.
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Station Casinos was already in a tough spot prior to the COVID-19 crisis as Palms and Palace Station had massive investments with disappointing returns.
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As always, we’ll watch to see if this rumor pans out. If it does, we’ll say our crystal ball never fails. If not, we were drunk, which gives us plausible deniability for pretty much everything.