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Waldorf Astoria Debuts While a New Restaurant Heads to Water Street

Plus a CBD- and THC-infused beer and a cannabis museum

Tea Lounge
Tea Lounge
Waldorf Astoria

THE STRIP — As expected, the Waldorf Astoria officially took over Mandarin Oriental on Friday. Chef Pierre Gagnaire remains with Twist, while SkyBar on the 23rd floor takes over Mandarin Bar. The Tea Lounge remains and MOZen converts into Zen Kitchen. [EaterWire]

HENDERSON — A new 13,000-square-foot restaurant coming to Water Street plans to have room for four food trucks and an esports space. StrEAT’s restaurant will include first-floor dining, a bar and entertainment complex, and a rooftop beer garden, according to the Las Vegas Sun. Aside from apartments and office space, streEAT includes an 8,483-square-foot pool deck and a 6,210-square-foot common space on the roof of the fifth floor. It plans to open in winter 2019. [LVS]

EASTSIDELas Vegas ReLeaf Dispensary now carries Two Roots, the world’s first CBD- and THC-infused non-alcoholic craft beer. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN — The Cannabition Cannabis Museum plans to open on Sept. 20 with a 170-foot-long mural that documents historic time periods for cannabis and Bongzilla, dubbed the world’s largest bong at 24 feet. The 9,000-square-foot museum has 12 rooms filled with exhibits, a full bar, a retail store with marijuana paraphernalia, and products. The museum plans to be open from 4:20 p.m. to midnight, and admission is $24.20 for visitors and $14.20 for Nevada residents, with valid state identification. A VIP package is available for $42. [LVS]

All Morning Briefings [ELV]

Mandarin Bar

3752 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89158 (702) 590-8888 Visit Website

Waldorf Astoria

3752 Las Vegas Blvd S., Las Vegas, NV Visit Website

Las Vegas Releaf Dispensary

2244 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89104 +1 702-209-2400 Visit Website

Twist by Pierre Gagnaire

3752 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89158 (702) 590-8888 Visit Website

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