Wondering just where Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant will go in at Bally’s Las Vegas? Look no further than the resort’s Sidewalk Cafe and Tequila Bar, both sitting near the Strip-facing entrance that will lead guests to the Grand Bazaar Shops. A tipster reveals that employees at both restaurants were warned that they would close on Feb. 2 to make way for the family-style Italian restaurant.
Buca is already a fixture on the Strip's landscape, serving on the mezzanine level of the Excalibur.
Very early details only point to a 7,557-square-foot space with an estimated $394,824 allocated in construction costs. The expansion plans have been formally in the works since June. By comparison, the Excalibur location fills 8,500-square-foot with seating for up to 300 guests.
The Grand Bazaar Shops will feature Wahlburgers, SkinnyFats and Nacho Daddy.