Downtown Las Vegas and the westside have new bars on the way with one dedicated to Canadian sports and in particular hockey and another to the wildly popular Buffalo slot and keno games.
In Downtown, the D Las Vegas plans to open BarCanada, an ode to Canadian sports and culture, in March. The bar is part of a renovation to the 9,000-square-foot, second-floor casino that includes an additional 800-square-foot in the sports book, and offers a hat tip to hockey. VSiN, The Sports Betting Network started by Brian Musburger, the nephew of legendary sportscaster Brent Musburger, plans to offer sports betting analysis and live insights at the bar. VSiN already broadcasts live from the hotel’s Longbar, and will house a studio within the sports book at its sister site Circa Resort & Casino
BarCanada plans to feature a 2,000-square-foot, 20-seat bar spanning 60 feet. The space features 85-inch TVs and Art Deco-inspired designs including maple-leaf embroidered chairs, red interiors, and communal tables with up to 38 seats. D Grill provides Canadian dishes and drinks.
Rampart Casino on the westside adds a bar dedicated to Buffalo slots and keno games on February 8 at 5 p.m. Buffalo Bar teams up with Aristocrat Technologies with Buffalo slot games, including the new Winner’s World Multi-Game bar top. Buffalo slots and Buffalo Keno, as well as Buffalo, Buffalo Gold, Buffalo Gold Revolution, Buffalo Stampede, Buffalo Diamond, and Buffalo Grand all make an appearance. The 1,095-square-foot bar off the casino floor features nine bar seats with bar-top games as well as a Hairy Buffalo cocktail.