Since 2014, the 14,900-square-foot food court at Caesars Palace has stepped up its fast-food options with seafood, ice cream, pizza, and ramen, but now the Forum Food Court gets set for a major overhaul.
Caesars Palace filed paperwork for a remodel with an estimated $1,159,411 budget assigned for a construction remodel at the Forum Food Court. Only DiFara Pizza remains open behind walls of plywood. Starbucks is currently manning a temporary stand across the casino floor.
Working under the name of Slice Bar and Cypress Food Court, the venues’ previous names before its last big change in 2014, the 5,710-square-foot makeover will include removing the existing raised floor and employing an additional estimated budget of $2,612,403 to upgrade the central bar.
The food court is still listed as partly open for business, but before the hiatus, the food court hosted Smashburger, Tiger Wok & Ramen, Crepes and More, Earl of Sandwich, The Halal Guys, Taco, and Smoke & Sizzle Barbecue. A possible return date has not been posted.
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