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Remodeled Toby Keith's Bar and Grill at Harrah's Las Vegas

COUNTRY COOL
TOBY KEITH PERFORMS AT ANNIVERSARY PARTY

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill received a recent remodel just in time for the restaurant’s 10th anniversary at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Changes included a complete furniture rehab, new TVs and a refinished dance floor. Country fans celebrated with a surprise visit from Toby Keith himself, who popped in to perform at the anniversary party. Perhaps the most prominent change: the red Solo cup lanterns now adorning the space. The accent is a nod to one of the country star’s most adored songs.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill
Harrah’s Las Vegas
Reservations: (702) 693-6111

Rao's Las Vegas restaurant in Caesars Palace

FAMILY TRADITIONS
RAO’S CELEBRATES ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY AT CAESARS PALACE

Time flies when you’re having fun, so it’s unsurprising that Rao’s is celebrating its 10-year anniversary. Frankie Pellegrino, Jr., who relocated from the storied restaurant’s New York location—which debuted in 1896 — to open at Caesars Palace, recently reflected upon the last decade in Las Vegas. “The food and service have only gotten better,” says Pellegrino of the restaurant’s steeped tradition. “The development of friendships with guests and our team at the restaurant solidified my appreciation of this city. And to this day, it holds my heart. It’s home!” Anniversary celebrations are being planned. “We have many surprises in store for the upcoming year,” he says.

Rao’s Caesars Palace
Reservations: (702) 731-7267

Old Homestead Steakhouse Las Vegas restaurant in Caesars Palace

GREAT STEAKS
WHAT’S NEW AT OLD HOMESTEAD STEAKHOUSE

The five years that Old Homestead Steakhouse has been at Caesars Palace may fall far short of its original location’s tenure in New York’s Meatpacking District (est. 1868), but the experience is nearly identical. That means tender, expertly cooked dry-aged steaks like the 24-ounce Gotham Ribeye and Japanese “A5” Wagyu, jumbo-size seafood platters and a wine list that runs into the thousands. A recent bar remodel is attracting sports fans who come to catch the game and a craft beer — or a signature cocktail like the dirty ODB Martini or The Mean Old Bird, a fresh take on the Old Fashioned using Russell’s Reserve 10-year-old bourbon.

Old Homestead Steakhouse Caesars Palace
Reservations: (702) 731-7560

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