A current dining favorite and an eagerly awaited new arrival plan to bring even more gaming to Henderson's steadily expanding Water Street.
The 17,756-square-foot Pass Casino launched earlier this month, with Sticks Tavern debuting a short time later with 15 of its own gaming machines. And now a short walk to the north, the Nevada Gaming Commission is expected to approve eight machines to be installed on the bar top at self-described “boutique” barbecue restaurant Biscuits and Bourbon.
During the same session, the commission is also recommending approval for 15 more machines at the three-level Street Burger, still under construction at 37. S. Water Street and replacing the former Townhouse Motor Lodge.
Originally developed with Van-Alan Nguyen, a co-owner of 595 Craft & Kitchen who has now left the project, the bold Street Burger plan had initially hoped to open earlier this year. Post-pandemic, the impending gaming license revives confidence the build is back on track.
Yet to reveal a full menu, or an updated completion timetable, last November Nguyen shared with the Las Vegas Sun he had anticipated a main dining room on the bottom floor, a sports bar with 20 craft beer taps upstairs, and a lounge or event space on the third floor featuring impressive patio views stretching all the way to the Strip.