In either a sly homage or a friendly, competitive dig, newly opened Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips at The Linq Promenade features prominent "In" and "Out" signage placed over their two front doors. It won’t be long before the real thing starts competing for the same fast casual dollar.
In-N-Out Burger is now officially scheduled for a December debut, filling 5,023 square feet below the Brooklyn Bowl music and dining venue. A vague "winter" arrival has been promised for months.
Located in-between Flour & Barley's pizza and Sprinkles' cupcakes, In-N-Out will include an indoor mezzanine and an outdoor patio behind the promenade’s central fountain. Original plans filed back in July expected to create enough room for 92 guests outside, with a maximum occupancy of 147 indoors and an estimated construction budget of $1,791,076.
The 21st local outpost for the west coast favorite, In-N-Out's first location on The Strip will be serving "lunch, dinner and late night dining."
Also on the horizon and closer to the entrance to the High Roller attraction, L.A.'s Canter's Deli is still looking at a January opening for their 3,370-square-foot combination restaurant, deli and bakery.
And promising a fall debut, despite numerous delays and no definitive hint of progress inside, New York's Virgil's Real Barbecue will fill two floors and an impressive 14,000 square feet with "private dining rooms, three outdoor spaces (including a poolside patio) and live music offered nightly."