The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's first country concert residency is promising a Vegas Riot! from country superstars Rascal Flatts. And fans can keep the theme going before, and after, the gigs at the The Joint, with a resort wide collection of themed menu items and cocktails.
The band will play nine dates through February and March, promising "you one thing, it's going to rock!" Special dishes can be found across the Hard Rock, all inspired by the band's hit songs.
At 35 Steaks + Martinis it's the $58 "My Wish" Surf & Turf, an "8-ounce Black Angus Filet Mignon and U-4 Tiger Prawn drizzled with garlic butter." Fuel Café and Fuel Café Express offer a $4.25 Sunrise" coffee cake.
Mr. Lucky's heads south for the $14 "I Won't Let Go" Country Farm Burger, "served on Texas Toast with pork sausage patties, a fried egg, American cheese, country gravy and tater tots on the side" and Pink Taco serves the $12 "Take Me There" quesadilla, built with "macaroni and cheese and carnitas melted in a quesadilla and served with chipotle BBQ sauce and salsa verde on the side."
All the casino bars will feature $8 themed cocktails. The "Broken Road" is made with "Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey, triple sec, sour mix and Sprite." The "Prayin' for Daylight" includes a "mixture of Herradura Blanco, pineapple juice, cranberry juice and Sprite" and the "Life is a Highway" is concocted with "Woodford Reserve, pear puree, two dash bitters and ginger beer served over ice."
Culinary Dropout is the only place you'll find the $10 "Come Wake Me Up," created with "Stolichnaya Premium Vodka, muddled strawberries, fresh-squeezed lemon juice and Shock Top Belgian White Wheat Ale."
In 2012, the band formed the Rascal Flatts Restaurant Group with an aim to creating a chain of eleven band themed restaurants, even releasing renderings for the first Phoenix outpost. Both the culinary ambition and company website have since been put on the back burner.