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Eatwell Round the Clock at The Cromwell

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Plus, new Race & Sports Book and Interlude makeover

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A 24-hour, quick-serve option has debuted at The Cromwell, doubling the resort’s dining choices. Eatwell is located on the northern side of the casino floor, anchored by a menu of Starbucks coffee, including “strawberries and creme” or “double chocolate chip frappuccino blended creme” beverages.

For diners looking for a handy grab-and-go solution, Eatwell offers a collection of sandwiches includes the $11 “Cuban Press,” $12 “Italian” and the $11 ham or beef “stack,” plus a turkey, bacon lettuce and tomato creation.

The front counter also displays a collection of desserts and sweet selections including cookies, lemon cake, danishes, a “vanilla bean Napoleon” and “cheese cake tart.”

Elsewhere in the casino, $1,274,642 has been allocated in estimated construction costs to create a new, 1,525-square-foot Race and Sports Book, close to the hotel check-in desk.

And already underway, the currently shuttered Interlude cocktail lounge is receiving an estimated $365,000 in construction upgrades to remodel the space. A final concept for the 2,900-square-foot central area has yet to be officially announced, still touted as “the ideal vantage point for people-watching, socializing or taking a break from Las Vegas gaming excitement.”

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