Los Angeles’ landmark Canter’s Deli is returning bigger than ever to Las Vegas and within six months you’ll have two opportunities to overload on their famed pastrami.
From 2003 until 2012 Canter's operated a deli at the Treasure Island. At The Linq’s promenade, their second chance at Strip success will fill 3,370 square feet, taking over the former ticket counter atrium for the High Roller attraction.
The 104-seat restaurant offers a highly visible outdoor seating area and the option for guests to order take-out from their full-size deli and bakery, including "New York style cheesecake, and world-famous chocolate chip racetrack cake."
The latest renderings continue to support the promise this location will be open 24 hours when it arrives in January of next year. They had previously hoped for a second quarter 2016 debut.
For your first bite of L.A.-style corned beef on sourdough rye, you’ll need to head to Tivoli Village. The larger, 5,600-square-foot space had allocated an estimated production cost of $2.2 million in early planning and according to the deli, is still on target to debut in October.
Set to become a dining anchor at Tivoli’s still under construction, 370,000-square-foot "Phase II" expansion, it has yet to be announced if this location will also be serving around the clock.