The clues were already there, but Los Angeles-based LORE Group has confirmed they are bringing their "Irish rock pub" Rock & Reilly's to Las Vegas and the new home will have a front row seat on the Strip.
Rock & Reilly's Las Vegas will take over the 9,000-square-foot, ground-floor space at the Hawaiian Marketplace most recently vacated by the Heart Attack Grill. Sitting below a Chili's Grill & Bar, they will soon be neighbors with another out of state import, New York’s Papaya King.
Dubbed "an Irish Bar with personality," the long version of the LORE company name is Life of Reilly Hospitality Group and "Reilly guarantees a good time." This will be the sixth R&R location, with outposts in New York, Park City, Downtown Los Angeles and the Sunset Strip and a soon to debut smaller operation at the Los Angeles International Airport.
In Las Vegas, construction has already begun on creating a "Prohibition-era speakeasy, infused with hip Brooklyn-style," set to offer "free wi-fi. 17 flatscreen TVs with full sports packages. Expect killer music, stiff drinks," plus bonus "shenanigans."
Currently planning to be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the voluminous whiskey menu from the original Rock & Reilly's is also on the way along with a gastropub-style menu, previously highlighted by Irish nachos, Dublin Street tacos, sliders, flatbread, burgers, wraps and sandwiches.