Twenty-year veteran P.F. Chang’s returns to the Las Vegas Strip after a five-month renovation of its flagship location at Planet Hollywood Resort. The restaurant spent the majority of 2020 shuttered, first due to the pandemic and later undergoing a pricey remodel of its 10,000-square-foot, two-level space.
The flagship for its global restaurant empire allocated an estimated $685,000 in construction costs alone to overhaul the main dining room with multi-level seating for 400 diners, a 20-seat private dining room, and an open-air patio with fire pits facing the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and the Bellagio.
The menu continues to offer perennial favorites of chicken lettuce wraps, orange beef, and Sichuan shrimp, but the Strip location will introduce “theatre at the table” presentations, allowing customers to upgrade certain entrees and desserts with smoke and fire along with dishes exclusive to Las Vegas later this year.