We Spy a new Daiquiri Place at Paris

Rita's Daiquiris

Rita’s Daiquiris Opens at Paris, apparently

With quiet (if any) celebration and no news, a little daiquiri place opened just under Beer Park. Rita’s Daiquiris serves up…daiquiris, we guess.

New Daiquiri place at Paris Las Vegas: Rita's Daiquiris

This isn’t the first daiquiri place I’ve seen pop-up in that spot; there was one there when Beer Park opened, but there wasn’t any signage. For this new place, no information can be found on the Paris website  or anywhere else (at the time of this writing).  In fact, if our tipster paperposter didn’t snap these pics as he was driving by, we wouldn’t even know about it. So now, we turn it over to our reader-sleuths out there.

New Daiquiri place at Paris Las Vegas: Rita's Daiquiris

Have any of you seen/tried this place? Hit us up in the comments.

[Images: Paperposter]

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9 Comments on "We Spy a new Daiquiri Place at Paris"

  1. BigAZMarty | April 14, 2016 at 9:30 am |

    Hmmm…sounds like Caesars is expanding on the ‘Rita’s line from Harrah’s Southern California Resort:
    ‘Rita’s Cantina (nice mexican food overlooking pool complex at ground level…people watchers must)
    ‘Rita’s Taco Truck (fake food truck built into wall that is between South Tower elevator bank and the pool doors. (huge breakfast burritos up to 11AM as well).

  2. I have fond memories of partying at Chateau for my 40th right above there. Great location, hope it does well.

  3. Norm Rivard | April 14, 2016 at 10:43 am |

    Wonder if they have that “drive me away” concession tax there??? Someone let us know. Going to PH next door in May. Would try it but I absolutely refuse to pay their stupid concession tax.

  4. Norm Rivard | April 14, 2016 at 1:16 pm |

    If they have that “concession fee” then I’ll never go there!!!

  5. Vital Vegas says the budweiser place does have the tax.

  6. helloitsme | April 15, 2016 at 5:53 pm |

    Not sure of that place but I have to tell you tha Paris has absolutely turned into shit show. How the city allowed them to bastardize that building with all this add-on crap is amazing. Beer Park, Sugar Factory or what ever the fuck its called now, CVS, etc. If that was presented on the original approvals to the city it would have NEVER been approved. Shame on Las Vegas.

  7. Funkhouser | April 16, 2016 at 1:57 pm |

    Why does CET continue to throw up all over great Paris theme with mediocre retail spaces?! Perhaps Phil Ruffin is giving lessons to Vegas resort operators on how to make your resort ugly and turn a buck at the same time. Paris is starting to look like a architectural turd on the outside.

    • That’s easy to answer. We may not like the answer, but it is an easy one.

      It’s all about the money. Themes don’t make money… mediocre retail spaces do.

      It’s like the NBA adding advertising to unifomrs. They don’t have to. Some uniform styles look good (and some like crap without it). But the league will make more revenue with a uniform ad than without it, so there you go.

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