The massive changes at the Monte Carlo continue with three more restaurants ready to depart to make way for Eataly opening at the front of the resort in late 2018.
On Sunday, Nov. 5, 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria closes. Fans of the quick pizzas can still find them at SLS and soon, another location at New York-New York, where the thin pies ready in 60 to 90 seconds will fill 1,576 square feet of space with an indoor patio where the NYP-New York Pizzeria was located on the mezzanine. The site near the entrance to the bridge crossing over to the MGM Grand will keep the back of the house intact, while remodeling all finishes, furniture, and themes. Downtown design team Bunnyfish Studio plans to design the restaurant, the company’s first foray into a Strip casino resort.
Then on Tuesday, Nov. 7, Sambalatte and Diablo’s Cantina close.
The only restaurant that remains from the Monte Carlo? Double Barrel Roadhouse.
Primrose, a three-meal restaurant at the back of the resort, opened in September, followed by Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, which debuted in October.
Eataly from Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich promises to span 40,000 square feet replete with a European-inspired food hall.