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Linq Updates: Wine and Spirits Make a Move

Last updated: November 13, 2014 at 1:54 pm. Posted by in Caesars Entertainment, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah's Las Vegas, Las Vegas Casinos, Shopping, The LINQ. 1 Comment on Linq Updates: Wine and Spirits Make a Move.

As a Las Vegas blog, we have a vested interest in keeping track of both our wines and our spirits.

We were a tad dismayed, then, when we learned the Carnaval Wine & Spirits shop, between Harrah’s and Imperial Palace, has closed as part of the ongoing Linq development project. Read more about The Linq.

Carnaval Wine & Spirits

Want to make a Las Vegas blog despondent? Close a Wine & Spirits shop.

Thankfully, our concerns were quickly allayed, and trust us, there are few things more satisfying than having ones concerns allayed in Las Vegas. We’re just saying.

A handy sign on the former Carnaval Wine & Spirits shop alerted us to a new source of said libations, Flamingo Wine & Spirits, a short stroll away.

Flamingo Wine & Spirits

Las Vegas, is there anything you can't do?

The new, full-service liquor store, on the Strip-facing side of the Flamingo, will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. each day.

In other Linq project updates, there’s a gaping hole behind the aforementioned Flamingo Las Vegas. Exciting, and it’s much larger (and deeper) than it appears.

Linq Las Vegas

We're digging this Linq project. See what we did there?

And during our stroll to Carnaval Court at Harrah’s, we caught a glimpse of this gaping hole in the side of Imperial Palace.

Remember, in Las Vegas, gaping holes are often indicative of Vegas newness!

Linq project Las Vegas

Don't try to hide the newness, you tease!

We’re giddy with anticipation to see what the masterminds behind The Linq have in store. Rest assured, there are more light-on-actual-information updates still to come!

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