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The Stratosphere Sees Renovations and New Restaurants in Its Future

A gastropub, steakhouse, noodle bar, food hall, and revamp of Top of the World are on the way

The Stratosphere
The Stratosphere

STRATOSPHERE — The tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States is the latest resort to get a facelift in Las Vegas. Owner Golden Entertainment plans to drop $140 million in renovations at the Stratosphere over the next three years. Changes include new thrill rides at the top of the resort, as well as a revamped observation deck. On the restaurant front, Golden confirms that new restaurants include a gastro-brewery attached to the casino sports book and a steakhouse, while the revolving Top of the World gets a remodel and new menu as well. The renovations begin in the second quarter with a new gastro-pub and brewery and a new bar on the observation deck that appeals to a younger demographic. The steakhouse construction starts in early 2019. A new Starbucks joins that round of renovations. Finally, the 2020 revamps include a new noodle bar and food-hall concept, and the remodel of the Top of the World. Golden Entertainment bought the Strat as well as both Arizona Charlie’s locations in Las Vegas and the Aquarius Casino in Laughlin last October from American Casino & Entertainment for $850 million. [LVRJ]

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Top of the World

2000 Las Vegas Boulevard South, , NV 89104 (702) 380-7711 Visit Website


2000 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89104 (702) 380-7777 Visit Website

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