Fans of The Palm Restaurant at the Forum Shops at Caesars wondering how an ongoing major remodel will transform their favorite steakhouse need only cast an eye to Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive.
In an effort to keep Las Vegas regulars in touch with the estimated $1,556,165 construction job, without revealing the inspiration, new plywood is sharing images of The Palm's Beverly Hills location to warn guests a very different look will be unveiled in September.
The 7,344-square-foot project is officially aiming to feature "clean lines and warm decor," with a lounge and plenty of leather seated booths, an environment potent enough for Hollywood poker brokers. An early rendering showed the importance of the bar space in the new layout.
The Beverly Hills location debuted in 2014, choosing not to cover the walls with celebrity caricatures, a tradition at their 26 locations for decades. Instead they commissioned five new pieces of art, including a tribute to Aerosmith. No word yet if Las Vegas will feature special artwork.
Serving oversized Nova Scotia lobsters and 35-day aged steaks, the restaurant is officially promising an unspecified early September return. OpenTable is already accepting reservations for evening service on Sept. 12, the earliest date available.