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A Food Hall and Four Restaurants and Bars Planned for the Southwest’s New Durango Casino

Plans call for all to feature patios when it opens in 2023

A rendering of a casino with palm trees and cactus and a water feature.
Durango, a new casino and resort from Station Casinos, plans to open in 2023.
Station Casinos

Southwest Las Vegas has few standalone casinos. The Silverton on Blue Diamond Road near the I-15 serves the area, but otherwise, those who want to play table games or make a night of dining and drinking at a local resort have to drive up to Red Rock Resort, Suncoast, or Rampart Casino to the north or even South Point to find a locals’ casino. In 2022, Station Casinos plans to break ground on a new resort at west of Durango Drive and south of the 215 Beltway, across from Ikea and next to the new UnCommons that plans to open in 2022. Durango plans to open as soon at 2023 with a hotel, casino floor, four restaurants, a food hall, and meeting and convention space all in the $400 million to $500 million range.

Station Casinos bought the land from developer Jim Rhodes in 2000, and announced initial plans to open Durango Station in 2004. By 2009, the gaming company revisited plans for the resort, a scaled down version that never started development. The latest plans call for an 83,178-square-foot casino with a 211-room hotel tower that rises 216 feet. Station Casinos noted earlier this year that the sale of the Palms for $650 million to the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians would help finance this resort.

A rendering of a patio
A food hall with local eateries is planned for the new Durango casino and resort, opening in the southwest of Las Vegas in 2023.
Station Casinos

Perhaps most exciting, the prospect of four food and beverage outlets and a food hall with fast-casual eateries from local restaurants. Initial plans called for a 3,360-square-foot food hall, a 3,279-square-foot lobby bar, a sports book and restaurant measuring 7,984 square feet, and two restaurants, one at 1,407 square feet and the other at 1,679 square feet. All plan to feature patios. Think of a facade reminiscent of the front of Red Rock Resort with patios spilling out from the front of the resort.

Durango also plans to have a pool with private cabanas and an event lawn, as well as charging stations for electric vehicles.

This is just phase one of the project that could potentially add a second hotel tower, more gaming and banquet space, and a theater.

The front of a new casino
Durango, a new casino and resort from Station Casinos, plans to open in 2023.
Station Casinos

South Point

9777 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89183 (702) 796-7111 Visit Website

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Red Rock Resort

11011 West Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89135 (702) 797-7777 Visit Website


6500 Ikea Way, Las Vegas, NV 89148 (888) 888-4532 Visit Website


Durango Drive and the 215 Beltway, Las Vegas, N 89147

Rampart Casino

221 N Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89145 (702) 507-5900 Visit Website


9090 Alta Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89145 (702) 636-7111 Visit Website


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