- Foodie favorites like Mabel’s BBQ, Scotch 80 Prime, and Tim Ho Wan are reopening.
- Palms is even bringing back its AYCE Buffet. YES!
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The wait is almost over and the kitchens inside Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas are turning the heat back up.
After more than a two-year hiatus, the incredible line-up of dining destinations at Palms is preparing to welcome guests back when the hotel opens on April 27, 2022, at 9:00 p.m.
You’ll find everything from prime steaks and vintage wines, to enticing dim sum, mouth-watering barbeque, and famed noodle dishes.
Palms is an established dining powerhouse in Las Vegas, returning with its signature restaurants.
Those restaurants include:
- Mabel’s BBQ by Chef Michael Symon
- Scotch 80 Prime
- Tim Ho Wan
- Send Noodles
- A.Y.C.E. Buffet
- Serrano Vista Cafe
- Palms Pizza
- Pool Cafe
What kind of dining options does Palms Casino Resort offer?
“Palms will offer a diverse restaurant offering,” notes General Manager Cynthia Kiser Murphey.
“We’re bringing back the classic Las Vegas buffet, along with our award-winning steakhouse, Scotch 80 Prime. We’ve joined forces with Tim Ho Wan to present world-class dim sum and with Iron Chef winner Michael Symon to offer his wildly popular barbeque recipes – and the perfect place to party — at Mabel’s BBQ”.
“Our exceptional culinary team will also debut a new pizza parlor, the new Serrano Vista Cafe offering comfort food with a contemporary twist and an exciting pop-up in the beautiful Greene Street Kitchen space,” adds Murphey. “Amidst these diverse dining options, our guests can expect exceptional quality and unforgettable service.”
Is Palms Casino Resort going to reopen its buffet?
Palms is proud to bring back its A.Y.C.E. Buffet, which will be open for breakfast, dinner, and weekend brunch. A.Y.C.E. Buffet features seven globally-inspired stations with bold flavors, flame-broiled classics, and options with everything prepared fresh.
Joining the culinary lineup and brand new to Palms is Serrano Vista Cafe. It features quality ingredients prepared in modern applications. From the atmosphere to the cuisine, these unique dishes offer California classics with fresh produce and enticing flavors.
“It’s our goal to deliver great dining options for our guests. From fine dining to classic smoked barbeque recipes to fast-casual options at Palms Pizza and our food court,” adds VP of Food and Beverage Greg Van Stone.
“I’m pleased to share with our guests the overall variety that we serve; from the dim sum at Tim Ho Wan to the perfectly prepared steaks at Scotch 80 Prime, as well as introduce our newest restaurant, Serrano Vista Cafe, home to our casual, comfort food offerings with a classic California vibe.”
About Palms Casino Resort
Palms Casino Resort is making history as the first resort in Las Vegas fully owned and operated by a Native American Tribe.
Set to reopen on April 27, 2022, Palms Casino Resort features two distinct towers with 766 hotel rooms and suites. The resort also has a diverse mix of bars, restaurants, live entertainment venues, and immersive lifestyle experiences across a 95,000-square-foot reimagined casino.
The resort also includes over 190,000 square feet of meeting, convention, and event space. You can catch a concert at the Pearl, a 2,500-seat theater. Or take a dip in their expansive pool and spa area.
You can catch a movie at the resort inside the Brenden Theatres 14-screen cinema. And, if you like your action close to home, you can live at the nearly 600-unit Palms Place condominium tower.
You can book a room (button below) at Palms Place, in case you prefer to be near the action, as opposed to right in the action.
Palms is located just west of the center of the Las Vegas Strip off I-15 on Flamingo Road.
Palms Casino Resort is owned by The San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority (“SMGHA”) an affiliate of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
About San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority
The San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority is a governmental instrumentality of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a federally recognized Indian tribe.
It was created for the purpose of independently carrying out the investment in, and ownership and management of, gaming and hospitality businesses outside of the San Manuel Reservation.