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Intrigue at Wynn as Tryst Gets Ready for a Final Affair

Will Tryst maintain a clandestine mood after the makeover?

Tryst
Tryst
Barbara Kraft

After a decade at Wynn Las Vegas, Tryst nightclub will shutter on Nov. 7 with a DJ set by Dave Fogg, ahead of a few months wait for a new "contemporary nightlife concept" to fill the void. While few solid details of the makeover have been revealed, a very plausible name has been registered that maintains the club's legacy with a seductive tone.

Intrigue has been filed as a trademark name by Wynn Resorts Holdings LLC for use as a nightclub, restaurant, bar and cocktail lounge. Wynn rarely files for trademark status and never enters the legal process without good reason. Their last filing of note was for Costa Di Mare, which proved to be the new restaurant name for the seafood dining replacement for Bartolotta.

Among other major upgrades at Wynn over the next two months, The Buffet at Wynn temporarily closes on Thursday, Oct. 22, for a multi-million dollar renovation. It will debut refreshed on Nov. 23. And Botero shutters on Sunday, Nov. 1, to be replaced by a yet to be named three-meal restaurant planned to open in mid-December.

More resort-wide tweaks include almost $250,000 to be spent on removal of decorative round and square columns on the casino floor to widen the pedestrian walkways.

The switch from Tryst to its successor is described as "forthcoming."

Tryst Nightclub

3131 S Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-770-7000 Visit Website

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