Even those who never dined at Landry’s Seafood House can’t miss the neon signage facing its more famous neighbor, Palace Station resort. Self-described as the “flagship restaurant” concept in the Landry's Inc. portfolio and despite years of service, the steak and seafood restaurant has now shuttered on Sahara Avenue.
Still operating in New Orleans, Houston, Orlando, Florida, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the Las Vegas outpost was open daily for lunch and dinner and proved a popular destination for business meals and fans of its weekly all-you-can-eat crab specials.
A replacement for the substantial restaurant space has not been announced.
The closure follows a series of local overhauls by the corporation. Both locations of Joe’s Crab Shack have now shuttered, less than two months after the chain was acquired by Landry’s. And McCormick & Schmick’s vanished at the Hughes Center in September, to be quickly replaced by moving another of its restaurants, Claim Jumper, over from Town Square.
Landry's still includes the Golden Nugget Las Vegas among its imposing collection of assets and owns and operates Vic & Anthonys, Trevi, Strip House, Rainforest Cafe, Morton's The Steakhouse, Mastro's Ocean Club, Lillie's Asian Cuisine, Grotto, Chart House and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. around the city.
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