The Food Emporium taking over Harrah's Las Vegas' shuttered Asian restaurant Ming's Table and The Café is described on their very prominent plywood as being "extraordinaire" in concept. This is from the same resort that described their now closed 24-hour Café as a "Tuscany-style" restaurant.
As revealed by Eater Vegas, the 11,940-square-foot multi-grazing station concept has a $3.5 million construction budget. Renderings indicate a central square-shaped bar, wood finish pillars, lots of video screens, hexagonal diner-style white flooring, multiple grab-and-go options and food court-style seating.
During construction, guests are directed to Kerry Simon's KGB, Kerry's Gourmet Burgers for "breakfast and late night dining" while The Café is gone. The notoriously unreliable web division of Caesars Entertainment now lists KGB as open "24 hours", but comments on social media and elsewhere suggest guests are being shuttled around the resort during the hours after "late dining" or before "breakfast." No timetable for completion on the Emporium is offered, other than "coming soon."
Still to be revealed from behind more Harrah's plywood, $1.5 million worth of upgrades to the High Limit Lounge and adjacent casino bar and the addition of a 10-foot deep tanning pool to their outdoor scene, designed to keep up with the pool improvements soon to begin at The Quad next door.
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