Restaurant offerings will include Starbucks and a limited menu from Trop & Go, located at Robert Irvine’s Public House.
Previously, Penn National Gaming CEO Jay Snowden said that the buffet will remain closed during the initial opening, and restaurants that do open will only offered prepackaged sandwiches, drinks, and snacks.
The resort plan to reinforce social distancing guidelines with floor decals and signs where lines generally form. Slot machines and table games will also feature social distancing. Live music and entertainment will not perform.
Masks are mandatory, and hand sanitizer machines can be found throughout the resort.
Sisolak initially closed all nonessential businesses — including casinos — on March 17 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. He permitted casinos to reopen on June 4.