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As The Quad Is Eradicated from Vegas, The Linq Gets a New Bar

The name change brings with it a bar with a familiar address.

3535
3535
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OK, follow along. Imperial Palace became The Quad. Now The Quad is The Linq. The Linq was the long retail and entertainment corridor with the High Roller observation wheel between The Quad and Flamingo Las Vegas. Now The Linq includes the hotel. And the corridor. Confused? It’s like an episode of Soap.

With the name change and $230 million renovation comes a new bar, dubbed 3535 for the address of the resort. Find 35 infusions on the menu, along with six wines on tap and Champagnes galore. The bar is centered with a mini vortex mimicking the version on the roof at the entrance. LED lights here change colors against the infusions that are housed there. Originally named The Living Room, the board games that were supposed to entertain guests are now up in the hotel rooms.

Also new with the name change, guests staying in the rooms there can order room service from Brooklyn Bowl and Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar. Interesting.

Still to come to the resort, Off Strip Bistro, located next door to O'Sheas, also featuring access though the casino floor and out on The Linq, and the $2.5 million transformation of their 9,450-square-foot retail avenue, which so far is only known to include stores named "Studio" and "Essentials." The parapets at the top of The Linq, a remainder of its Imperial Palace days, should also disappear soon.

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