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Cypress Street Marketplace Shutters at Caesars

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Cypress Street Marketplace
Cypress Street Marketplace
Photo: Bradley Martin

The much-loathed Cypress Street Marketplace food court at Caesars Palace is shuttered for a much-needed remodel. An estimated $2,889,568 in construction costs have been earmarked for the project that currently hides behind towering black curtains. The Caesars Website makes no mention of the closure and doesn't provide help to direct guests to alternative quick and casual dining.

The 14,290-square-foot themed food court once sat "beneath a canopy of cypress trees... in an innovative Napa-Style 'picnic in the park' atmosphere," according to the official description. Customers were usually more apt to notice the overly high prices.

Fast dining options were unimaginatively named Slice, Lobster Chowder Company, Sandwich, Romaine Course, Ole,
Burgers, Bar BQ and Ah So

Java Coast has already been replaced by a new Starbucks, successfully debuting to long lines with a prime location open to the casino floor.
· All Coverage of Caesars Palace [~ELV~]

Cypress Street Marketplace

3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV

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