The venerable Bally's Steakhouse, and home to the Sterling Brunch, has finally shuttered at Bally's Las Vegas. The demise was first announced in July 2013. The space will now make way for a BLT Steak and an upgraded and revamped version of the 25-year-old favorite weekend feast. Plywood currently snakes back into this corner of the casino, facing the still operational SEA: The Thai Experience restaurant.
The international BLT Steak chain is run by ESquared Hospitality and was once proposed to debut early this year. With construction just beginning, expect a late spring arrival of the 9,300-square-foot remodel with an estimated $1,500,000 construction cost. ESqaured also operates BLT Burger at the Mirage.
The warm design notes of BLT Steak's design concept extends to walnut touches, amber glows, faux ceiling beams and a gold-framed gas fireplace, with a heavy emphasis on bringing a modern showcase to the overlooked Bally's resort.
The restaurant is noted for its Gruyere-laced popovers served with each entree, 28-day dry-aged steaks and bone-in rib eyes and a changing seasonal menu printed on a blackboard.
When the Sterling Brunch returns, the familiar serving stations for salads, carving and desserts will be located in their previous same location within the restaurant.
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