Fall Brings New Offerings at Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts

posted on Oct-27-2022

Fall Brings New Offerings at
Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts

Fall 2022


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LAS VEGAS (Oct. 27, 2022) — Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts offer a variety of new food and beverage, entertainment, gaming and spa experiences this fall season.
Statewide Pai Gow Poker Power Play Progressive Jackpot at Record $4 Million
The statewide Pai Gow Poker and Pai Gow Face Up Poker Progressive jackpot meter is currently more than $4 million and growing. A $5 bet on the Power Play, along with the standard base game minimum bet, would currently pay out more than $4 million with a seven-card Straight Flush (with or without a Joker card). This jackpot is only available at Caesars Entertainment’s Nevada properties.
The progressive links more than 40 Pai Gow tables across Caesars’ properties statewide in Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, Laughlin and Reno. With the largest network of linked tables, this allows for jackpots to grow quickly, reach high dollar amounts and offer frequent payouts.
Must be 21 or older to gamble. Know When To Stop Before You Start.® If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-522-4700 ©2021, Caesars License Company, LLC.
Veterans Day Weekend Offerings
In recognition of the exceptional sacrifices and efforts of those who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces, Caesars Entertainment is reinforcing its commitment to support U.S. service members through various discounts and offers.

  • Nov. 7-13, veterans and active duty military will receive up to 40 percent off room rates on future stays at any Caesars Entertainment resort in the U.S. Guests must verify their identity through ID.me and visit Caesars.com to book. Veterans, active military and their spouses are also offered year-round discounts and other qualifying reductions on hotel reservations. More information is available at caesars.com/deals/military-discounts.

  • Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse at Harrah’s Las Vegas will offer a Veterans Special Menu on Veterans Day. The menu, which is priced at $99.95, will include:

    • Starter: choice of Caesar salad or lobster bisque

    • Entrée: 8-ounce filet mignon and shrimp

    • Side: choice of garlic mashed potatoes, southwest mac and cheese or grilled asparagus

    • Dessert: crème brulé

  • Jack Binion’s Steak at Bally’s, the future Horseshoe Las Vegas, will offer a special prix fixe menu on Veterans Day. The $99.95 menu will include:

  • Starter: choice of Caesar salad or French onion soup

  • Entrée: filet mignon

  • Side: choice of smashed potatoes with chimichurri and crème Fraiche, pepper jack mac and cheese or asparagus grilled au gratin

  • Dessert: banana cream pie

                           Banana cream pie at Jack Binion’s Steak at Bally’s Las Vegas
                                                    Credit: Caesars Entertainment

A New ARCADE Experience
The ARCADE is now open as Bally’s continues its transformation to Horseshoe Las Vegas. The ARCADE spans 7,000 square feet and offers more than 80 supersized games for a high-energy, multi-sensory experience for all ages. Games include classic favorites like Skee-Ball, air hockey and Rock the Rim, as well as immersive virtual reality games like “King Kong” and an interactive four-player game, “Mission Impossible.”
Games are played with The ARCADE's cashless currency on re-loadable cards, and instead of tickets, points are accumulated on the cards to redeem larger prizes. In the coming weeks, The ARCADE will also feature an enhanced bar with a wide variety of bottled and draft beer, wine and cocktails.
The ARCADE is open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday – Thursday and 10 a.m. to midnight Friday – Sunday and is located on the first level near the food court. Guests may visit caesars.com/ballys-las-vegas for more information.

                                                                 The ARCADE
                                                    Credit: Caesars Entertainment

New Food and Beverage Offerings
Caesars Entertainment guests can enjoy a variety of new restaurants and offerings across the Empire.

  • Dominique Ansel Las Vegas at Caesars Palace has officially opened. The bakery, which is the famed chef’s only West Coast location, is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Guests can enjoy Chef Dominique’s signature items, such as the world-famous Cronut®, as well as the only-in-Vegas “Lucky 7” pastry collection. The set of seven pastries exclusively available at the Caesars Palace location include:

    • Lucky Penny Pig, made with milk chocolate crémeux, homemade raspberry jam and salted peanut feuilletine between vanilla sablé cookies shaped like a pig and topped with a lucky gilded chocolate penny

    • Ladybug, created with elderflower mascarpone mousse, fresh strawberry compote, strawberry gelée, fluffy chiffon cake and a lychee meringue in the shape of a mini garden watering can and finished with a tiny chocolate ladybug

    • Goldfish, made up of tropical flavors of calamansi coconut mousse, fresh diced mango, mango passionfruit gelée and coconut dacquoise, complete with hand-painted white chocolate fins

    • Four-Leaf Clover, comprised of coffee mousse topped with hazelnut dacquoise, dark chocolate crémeux and crispy feuilletine to create a four-leaf clover

    • Fortune Cookie, made with a sablé Breton base and topped with jasmine tea crémeux and lemon curd and topped with a white chocolate "fortune."

    • Feather, created with a vanilla sablé cookie topped with chestnut mousse, banana jam, orange marmalade and banana cake and garnished with a white chocolate feather

    • Evil Eye Éclair, created with a classic French éclair and filled with cassis jam and Valrhona Caramelia whipped ganache

                The “Lucky 7” Collection at Dominique Ansel Las Vegas at Caesars Palace
                                                          Credit: Evan Sung

  • Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace offers new seasonal menu items, including pumpkin gelato, mac and cheese with crispy prosciutto, shiitake mushroom gyoza and pizza with white sauce, brie, apples, hot honey, arugula and candied pecans.

  • GIADA at The Cromwell introduces new fall items, including:

    • Mandorlato, a specialty cocktail made with Stoli vanilla vodka, Tia Maria cold brew, amaretto, maple syrup and almond milk


    • Penne Rigate, with wild mushroom and vegetable Bolognese

    • Neapolitan Flatbread, with Pecorino Toscano and black truffles

  • At Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse inside Flamingo Las Vegas, guests can enjoy a selection of new fall items, including the butternut kale salad, seared diver scallops and Jidori chicken. Also now open at Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse is The Count Room This prohibition era-inspired speakeasy is located in the back of Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse. The Count Roomis open for cocktails and light bites from 5 to 11 p.m. Monday – Thursday and from 5 p.m. to midnight Friday – Sunday. Live entertainment is also featured on Friday and Saturday nights beginning at 8 p.m. The menu’s signature cocktails include:

  • The A Spot of Tea cocktail, made with tropical tea-infused Mount Gay rum, lavender simple syrup and lemon

  • The Barrel-Aged cocktail, made with Bulleit rye, Bulleit bourbon, house-made Demerara syrup and Angostura bitters

  • Ramsay’s Kitchen at Harrah’s Las Vegas is now accepting reservations through OpenTable. Ramsay’s Kitchen, which marks the celebrated chef’s sixth Las Vegas restaurant in partnership with Caesars Entertainment, offers a glimpse into Chef Ramsay’s personal kitchen and takes guests on a culinary journey inspired by his travels around the world. The Ramsay’s Kitchen menu will offer a mix of original specialties infused with Vegas flair, specifically curated for the Entertainment Capital of the World. Guests may visit caesars.com/harrahs-las-vegas/restaurants/ramsays-kitchen for more information.

New Spa Treatments and Specials
Guests can unwind with signature treatments at Caesars Entertainment spas.

  • Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace offers a signature Apple Blossom Facial now through November.

    • The 50-minute facial, which starts at $205 on weekdays and $245 on weekends, includes a nourishing cranberry-pomegranate mask, botanical growth factors and peptides for a hydrating, anti-aging treatment.

  • At The Spa at Harrah’s Las Vegas, guests can indulge in the Royal Flush Massage Special now through the end of the year.

  • Spa guests hit the jackpot with this relaxing and revitalizing Swedish massage, as well as a sore muscle relief enhancement. This 50-minute service, which also offers bonus enhancements, is available Monday – Thursday for $109.

  • Tahitian Himalayan Stone Massage – Himalayan salt stones are heated to perfection in this ultimate stress-reducing treatment. The incorporation of heated Himalayan salt stones, with the addition of Tahitian lotion, melts restricted muscle and loosens joints. The 80-minute treatment starts at $275.

  • Red Wine Facial – This facial uses natural active ingredients to cleanse, restore and hydrate the skin, with the addition of a hydrating red wine mask. The 50-minute facial starts at $160.

  • Vanilla Hot Stone Massage – This 50-minute massage uses hot stones and soothing vanilla scents to melt away tension. 

  • Pumpkin Spice Facial – This 50-minute facial is infused with antioxidants to deeply cleanse and hydrate the skin.

  • Voie Spa and Salon at Paris Las Vegas offers new treatments Monday – Thursday, including:

  • Guests at The Spa at Flamingo Las Vegas can indulge in seasonal pumpkin and vanilla treatments. Pricing starts at $130.

Guests may book a spa or salon service online here.
Entertainment at the Empire
Caesars Entertainment offers a variety of entertainment experiences for all guests.

  • Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club will reopen at The LINQ Promenade Thursday, Nov. 3. The venue, which is curated and designed by TV host and famed comedian Jimmy Kimmel, will feature a variety of comedians, including Gina Billon and Luenell. The comedy club will also offer a daily happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m., which includes $5 shots, $6 beers, wine and well drinks and $7 select food items.

  • The LINQ Promenade will host its annual Christmas tree lighting Thursday, Nov. 17 at 6 p.m. The event will feature guest appearances from the cast of Potted Potter and Farrell Dillon.

  • Adele will open her highly anticipated residency, “Weekends with Adele” at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Friday, Nov. 18.

  • Jeff Dunham will bring his “JEFF DUNHAM: SERIOUSLY!?” tour to Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Saturday, Nov. 5, Saturday, Nov. 12 and Friday, Dec. 2.

For more information on tickets and availability for shows, guests may visit www.caesars.com/shows.


Brooke Kaplan

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