Early paperwork reveals legendary low-roller destination Slots-A-Fun is scheduled to build a new 330-square-foot daiquiri bar on the casino floor. Yet to provide details, the casino has assigned an estimated $275,000 to the construction budget, according to a recent permit filed with Clark County.
Slots-A-Fun is located in a standalone 16,733-square-foot building that sits on the southern side of the Circus Circus property. Ruffin acquired the fifty-year-old venue as part of an $825 million package deal finalized in late 2019, at the time indicating its remodel would be a top priority.
Famed for its cheap drinks, low-minimum table games, and incentives to entice pedestrians walking along Las Vegas Boulevard, Slots-A-Fun has coasted along for years as one of the last old-school remnants of vintage Vegas. There’s no word yet on a debut date for the bar, nor whether new dining options are also in the works.
On the other side of the resort, five-acre indoor amusement park Adventuredome is also receiving a makeover, with an impressive estimated $1.5 million allocated for a new food court set to move in. The unannounced plans call for demolishing the existing 3,600-square-foot snack bar, kitchen, and bar area. A reopening timetable has not been shared.
In May, the Circus Buffet returned to the property and within Circus Circus itself, an ongoing $9 million food court renovation will eventually feature a full roster of familiar fast-casual tenants, including Popeyes, Pick Up Stix, and Dairy Queen Grill & Chill.