As Las Vegas reopens at 50 percent capacity, the inevitable will happen — restaurants will permanently close. Last week the state finally allowed restaurants, casinos, and bar to reopen after nearly three months of 25 percent capacity, extended to 35 percent until March 15. And now word comes out that two restaurants won’t be returning on the Las Vegas Strip.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie., the daring supper club at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, won’t reopen. The venue with live entertainment and fabulous presentations for dishes such as a beef Wellington and a terrarium chocolate dessert reopened last June, only to close in January, a victim of reduced capacities in restaurants.
“After seven incredible years of providing world-class dining and entertainment to our guests, Rose. Rabbit. Lie. at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has closed to the public,” a spokesperson for the resort tells 8 News Now. “The reimagined supper club experience made its debut in 2013 as the first-of-its-kind and changed the Las Vegas dining scene forever. We are privileged to have worked with the incredible Rose. Rabbit. Lie. culinary and performing talent and express our sincere gratitude for their hard work and commitment over the years. Looking ahead, we remain steadfast in our ongoing commitment to delivering dynamic, first-to-market restaurant concepts to our guests. We look forward to unveiling an exciting new culinary destination created in collaboration with our partners at Spiegelworld in the near future.”
Rose. Rabbit. Lie. originally opened as an extension to Vegas Nocturne, the Spiegelworld show that closed in 2014, with entertainers from the show performing throughout the venue.
Fans loved the venue’s chicken wings in renditions from savory cacciatore and Parmesan or salt and pepper to spicy Korean or Nashville hot.