Sugar Factory American Brasserie opened its new location at Harmon Corner, spanning three levels with Instagrammable moments and candy galore, last week. The 14,000-square-foot restaurant on the upper level seats 230 indoors, while a patio with fire pits and enviable views of the Las Vegas Strip seats another 30. Three bars — a 36-seat entry-level bar, a 30-seat carousel bar on the mezzanine level, and a goblet bar serving smoking drinks on the second floor — fill out the space. That sweet tooth gets satisfied at the candy store, brimming with more than 500 types of candies along with ice cream, gelato, pastries, and more.
Customers who want a memorable photo can head to the life-sized flower wall with neon artwork that lines the gold staircase; a 25-foot 3D candy heart wall decorated with sayings such as “Viva Las Vegas,” “Vegas Baby,” and “soulmate” on the exterior of the first floor; LED screens; or a floor-to-ceiling rock climbing wall dotted with candies as foot and hand holds.
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