That beer garden going into The Park, the open-air dining strip opening between New York-New York and the Monte Carlo in April, now has a new name. Meet Beerhaus, the beer hall that plans to sit near the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena that debuts that month.
The 7,150-square-foot space with a potential occupancy of 495 guests has a current estimated construction cost of $4,525,291.
Expect to find beers on tap including Bruery Humulus Lager from Placentia, Calif., and local brewer Joseph James’ American Light Lager as well as Ballast Point Grapefruit Sculpin from San Diego and Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout from Longmont, Colo. Find Ayinger Celebrator from Germany, Hitachino Nest White Ale from Japan and Belgium’s Saison DuPont in bottles and cans. Beerhaus also plans to serve keg wines, small-batched Moscow mules and cosmopolitans on tap.
The bar also plans to serve sausages and sandwiches using porchetta, beef brisket and free-range chicken.
The space itself features a roller-coaster-shed façade and an industrial interior. Each table features its own Connect Four, and guests can keep up the entertainment with foosball, shuffle board, ping pong and corn hole.