Address: Monte Carlo, 3770 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Status: Open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The official switch-over from the Monte Carlo into the still under construction Park MGM resort is coming soon and the latest piece in the $500 million remodel puzzle has debuted close to the current, temporary entrance on the Strip.
The non-smoking Moneyline Sports Bar & Book now occupies the former homes of D.vino and Dragon Noodle Co., just in time to become a gambling and viewing destination for the final games of March Madness.
Centered around a rectangular bar with more than two dozen TV screens positioned overhead, the interior design of dark woods, booths, and brass accents also features a counter-service dining option offering affordable and quick selections, missing since the closure of the resort’s food court last October.
Diners can can order from the grill, or pile up their plates and be charged by the pound for casual choices like chicken wings, grilled steak and chili.
The original sports book located deeper into the casino and on the southern side of the building, is now closed.
Cheeseburger $9.95 add bacon for $2
Fried chicken sandwich $9.95
Hot fried chicken sandwich $9.95
Truffle quesadilla $9.95
Omelette sandwich $9.95
Waffle fries $6 Add truffle and Parmesan for $2
Dove Bar $4
WEIGH & PAY MENU
$12.99 per pound
Boneless chicken wings
BBQ chicken wings
Spicy buffalo chicken wings
Sweet and sticky chicken wings
Spicy 3 bean chili
Green chili pork
Grilled steak with peppers and onions
Spinach artichoke dip
French onion dip
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