The $4.3 billion Resorts World project has kept very quiet about the restaurants, bars, and nightclubs it plans to open when it debuts in summer 2021 on the north Strip. New renderings offer a glimpse at four venues that plan to open there.
The resort just announced Ayu Dayclub, bringing an outdoor pool venue with a distinctly Southeast Asian tropical island theme.
Already unearthed in June, Zouk will become the Las Vegas resort’s nightlife focal point, building on its almost three-decade dominance as a state-of-the-art destination in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Malaysia.
Fuhu, named after the Mandarin word for “lucky tiger,” brings contemporary Chinese cuisine menu, including the Fuhu roasted duck with truffle morel sauce, Boston lobster noodle, duck essence porridge, and a cocktail menu prepared in unique glassware for each drink.
Inspired by the red tail panda and also located at Genting’s mammoth hilltop resort, RedTail pitches itself as a casual pre-game spot with its own cocktail creations, shared contemporary Asian bites, plus beer pong, Jenga, and video games, all accompanied by a soundtrack curated by Zouk DJs.
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