Station Casinos to reopen restaurants at 3 Las Vegas Valley casinos


Slot machines are powered down, casinos boarded up and barricaded. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, instead of hosting throngs of visitors for one of the busiest seasons of the year, Las Vegas is trying to survive. (April 26) AP Domestic

LAS VEGAS – Station Casinos will open restaurants at three hotel-casinos in the Las Vegas Valley next week.

The operator of 20 properties in Southern Nevada, Station Casinos will open doors at these resorts for curbside pickup and dine-in service on May 26 and May 29: Red Rock Resort, Green Valley Ranch and Santa Fe Station.

Here’s a look at what restaurants are opening and the dates they’ll open:

Red Rock Resort 

May 26:

  • Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar 
  • Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill 
  • Yard House 
  • Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ 

Guests can access those restaurants through the north casino entrance next to Blue Ribbon. 

May 29:

  • T-Bones Chophouse 

Guests can access T-Bones through the east parking garage. 


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Green Valley Ranch 

May 26:

  • Bottiglia Enoteca
  • Borracha Mexican 
  • Pizza Rock (Curbside pickup only will be available in designated parking spots) 

May 29:

  • Hank’s Fine Steaks

Guests can access these restaurants through the Paseo Verde parking lot entrance next to Bottiglia.

Santa Fe Station

May 26:

  • Leticia’s Cocina (Curbside pickup only will be available in designated parking spots)

Preparing to reopen

All Station Casinos employees must get COVID-19 testing before going back to work. Regular testing for the contagious respiratory illness is required thereafter. 

Thermal scanners will be installed at all entrances at all resort properties.

Station Casinos plans to reopen casinos in phases.

The company will hold off reopening several properties until it’s clear what impact COVID-19 has had on the behavior of tourists. These brands will open first:

  • Red Rock
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Santa Fe
  • Boulder Station
  • Palace Station
  • Sunset Station
  • Wildfire

Station Casinos will hold off opening Palms, Fiesta Henderson and Texas Station until data reveals how business is doing in the wake of COVID-19.

Ed Komenda writes about Las Vegas for the Reno Gazette Journal and USA Today Network. Do you care about democracy? Then support local journalism by subscribing to the Reno Gazette Journal right here

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