Take a look inside the Southern California’s import Du-Par’s Restaurant & Bakery’s second Las Vegas location, now open at Suncoast. The 75-year-old diner is perhaps most famous for its "old-fashioned buttermilk hotcakes," but also serves up hamburgers, fruit pies and more. The diner claims to make its pastries scratch daily while squeezing juices, hand-peeling potatoes and making soups, gravies and salad dressings in house daily.
Interesting tidbit. Biff Naylor, the president and CEO of Du-Par’s Restaurants, says his family has had a relationship with Suncoast’s parent company Boyd Gaming and the Boyd family since the 1950s. "Tiny" Naylor, Biff’s father, worked with Sam Boyd at The Mint Casino in downtown Las Vegas. Naylor oversaw the property’s food and beverage operations for several years, while Boyd served as vice president and general manager of the property until the late 1960s.
Du-Par's also has a location inside the Golden Gate that opened in 2010. Go ahead and take a look inside the new diner.
Your First Look Inside Du-Par's at the Suncoast
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