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Updating the Upgrades to Hooters Casino Hotel

Upgraded bars, retail, plus dinner and a show

Hooters Hotel Casino
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Major changes at the Tropicana Las Vegas next door might have inspired an oncoming rush of upgrades to the Hooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas, or perhaps they have inherited some confidence from their soon-to-debut dinner show.

On the way, or recently finished, many sections of casino floor are receiving a makeover. The loftiest budget has been reserved for Porch Dogs, their indoor and outdoor 2,437-square-foot bar adjacent to the pool. An estimated $427,610 in estimated construction costs has been allocated to the work, creating a new bar, flooring lights and entrance. Hooters recently renovated the pool area, now open daily.

Inside the casino, Pete & Shorty's sports bar will receive an estimated $272,000 in construction overhauls, including new counter tops, flooring and lighting. The bar is positioned right next door to the William Hill sports book, also set to gain improvements to the counter tops and TVs.

Throughout the casino floor, look for new paint, wall coverings and track lighting. And if you are feeling in the mood for a snack, The Bait Shoppe, referred to as Grab N Go on current paperwork, will also be remodeled, with new equipment, flooring and counter tops.

No completion date for the upgrades have been announced, but on March 30 "Jarrett & Raja: Magician vs. Maestro," the resort’s sole entertainment option debuts in the newly christened Jarrett & Raja Showroom. Appearing Thursday to Monday, guests will witness "a magician and a piano maestro duel it out as they try to share the same stage!"

Pitched as suitable for the whole family, attendees can supplement the show with "a classic Hooter’s menu, e.g. Buffalo wings, meats, salads, signature pastas, and beverages (non-alcoholic) — all included in your dinner ticket price!!"

Hooters Restaurant & Saloon

115 E Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 739-9000 Visit Website

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