Landry’s Seafood House shuttered on Sahara Avenue last November, but its locally born replacement had already filed paperwork to take over the well-known building earlier in the year.
Bourbon Street Sports Bar, a creation of Nevada Restaurant Services, the force behind the ubiquitous Dotty’s gaming parlor chain, will take over the 9,620-square-foot building opposite Palace Station resort.
In the works since last August, the rapidly expanding concept — already located in Henderson, Spring Valley and North Las Vegas — has applied for a gaming license for 15 machines on the westside.
In addition to the adult gaming, Bourbon Street offers a grown-up spin on similar games of skill and chance found at Chuck E. Cheese and Dave & Buster’s. Visitors can win tokens to be traded for Mardi Gras-style necklaces and small prizes.
On the menu, New Orleans-inspired pub grub, including deep fried “token pickles,” “farm raised alligator bites,” gumbo, crawfish etoufeee, and a “French Quarter muffaletta.”
An exact opening date has not been announced, but should be expected within weeks. It is also unclear if this location will follow its predecessors and be open 24 hours.