Shuttered for 127 days, Bally’s Las Vegas is officially set to resume operations on the Las Vegas Strip beginning at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 23, reopening the hotel, Blu Pool, and a selection of restaurants.
Sticking to current safety protocols adopted city-wide by Caesars Entertainment and capping the number of hotel guests, diners at the resort will be able to return to the Burger Brasserie, Bucca di Beppo, the Bally’s Food Court, LaVazza coffee shop, and the Mexican menu at the Tequila Taqueria Bar & Grill.
Still missing from the reopening list, BLT Steak, the famed Sterling Brunch and Nobu. The Japanese restaurant temporarily relocated to Bally’s back in February while waiting until the Virgin Hotel debuts on the eastside later this year and the restaurant can head back to its original home at the corner of Harmon and Paradise roads.
Also opening, Sully’s, Shiver, and Lobby Bars, plus the remodeled Indigo Lounge, with its spacious views of the casino floor. Back in January, an estimated budget of $343,566 was allocated to overhaul the 1,142-square-foot lounge, originally designed for nightly live entertainment.