Taking its cue from the street outside their own Harrah's New Orleans Casino, the 24 hour Fulton Street Food Hall has arrived on the Strip at Harrah's Las Vegas.
Revealed by Eater Vegas back in June, the upgraded food court takes over empty space after the resort shuttered Asian restaurant Ming's Table and their coffee shop, The Café.
The 11,940-square-foot, open plan, nine different cuisine station concept was created with an estimated $3.5 million construction budget.
Options include pastries, pies, muffins and cakes enticing guests next to an adjacent coffee bar. A frozen yogurt station invites choose-your-own toppings. The pizza station is stocked with on-site built pies featuring Harrah's "signature pizza crust and sauce."
Homemade soups and baked potatoes accent a "create your own" salad bar. A large sandwich selection or heartier dishes like lasagna can be found at the "comfort food corner."
The sushi bar offers daily specials and bento boxes to go and the noodle bar menu includes 10 pan-Asian noodle dishes and soups including ramen or wonton soup.
The resort is also advertising a "sit-down, off-the menu breakfast from 6 to 11:30 a.m."