The one remaining outlet from the Monte Carlo’s restaurant collection closes this weekend, wiping the last vestiges of the old resort. Double Barrel Roadhouse at the front of the Park MGM recently trimmed its hours to Wednesdays through Sundays in August and stopped serving food. Now the bar closes on Nov. 4.
The restaurant from SBE, the former parent company of SLS Las Vegas current operator of Hyde Lounge at the Bellagio and T-Mobile Arena, opened in 2014 with 12,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor space. The menu featured Southern fare such as shrimp and grits, fried chicken sandwiches, mini corn dogs, and chicken pot pie with a slice of pie served in a Mason jar a la mode or deep fried S’mores, a graham cracker sandwich filled with marshmallow and chocolate, and battered, deep fried and dusted with powdered sugar for dessert.
Later this fall, Eataly opens next door at the resort.
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