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Pete Rose Hustles to Open His Sports Bar on the Las Vegas Strip

Charlie Hustle decorates the bar and restaurant with memorabilia from his career.

Pete Rose
Pete Rose

The newest sports bar on the Strip has the name of Major League Baseball's all-time hit leader over the door. Charlie Hustle himself has opened Pete Rose Bar & Grill at the Hawaiian Marketplace in a quick switcheroo. The restaurant takes over the briefly open People’s Republic.

The 9,000-square-foot restaurant, bar and Strip-side patio that sits across from Aria is a partnership with Hig Management with a menu by the company’s corporate executive chef Brian Littlejohn.

Note the menu’s Pete Rose specials, which honor the three cities where Rose played ball: Cincinnati chili on spaghetti represents the Cincinnati Reds; a classic Philly cheese steak gives a nod to the Philadelphia Phillies; and a spin on poutine honors the Montreal Expos.

Inside, find a 6,700-square-foot bar and dining room decorated with art installations and historic pieces from Rose’s baseball moments. Thirty-five fans can sit at the bar, another 250 in the dining room and 100 more fit on the patio. Expect 32 high-definition televisions.

Hawaiian Marketplace

3743 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 795-2247