Ten miles off-strip is the brand new Durango Casino & Resort, a venue with over 200 desert-chic rooms and an epic new food hall, which seem to be all the range in Las Vegas over the last couple of years.
The Eat Your Heart Out Food Hall is the newly unveiled dining option that has been buzzing around the media since its announcement earlier this year. At 25,000 square feet, it’s a behemoth of a dining option with 11 stalls to choose from, all with different options to choose from, many of which are from known stops around the nation.
“Soho Squares” will be joining the fray from pizzeria Prince Street Pizza, an establishment known for its pies and, even worse, for the alleged bad behavior of the ownership. Whether you care about the controversy or not, come here for Sicilian and Neopolitan-style pizza. Costa Mesa’s Ai Pono Cafe is expanding into Vegas. Chef Gene Villiatora’s take on Hawaiin street food includes Guava Chilli Pepper Fried Chicken and Hurricane Chicken served on a bed of rice and a side of macaroni salad and coleslaw.
Irv’s Burgers has been serving up the classic food in LA for over 50 years and will now be doing so at Durango. Order classic hamburgers and cheeseburgers or spice it up with a Pastrami Sandwich or Tuna Melt. James Beard Award-winning Chef Marc Vetri continues his collab with Station Casinos with his Philly pasta bard of popular homemade pastas and desserts at Fiorella.
East Coast meets West Coast at this popular LA deli serving up New York Style sandwiches at Uncle Paulie’s plus, five Las Vegas restaurants that are getting new locations in the food hall: Vesta Coffee Roasters, Yu Or Mi Sushi, Nielsen’s Frozen Custard, Palace Station’s Oyster Bar, and Shang Artisan Noodles. Finally, DRNK will be your one-stop spot for cocktails and other libations.
Durango Casino & Resort also has other restaurant mainstays that we’ll talk about in different article, but as far as Eat Your Heart Out Food Hall, there you have it. Which spot are you looking forward to trying first?