New Venues and More “In The Works” at LINQ Promenade

LINQ Promenade

Checking in on LINQ Promenade…

The LINQ Promenade has been a buzz of activity lately with new openings and more on the way. It’s been a while since we last checked in on the outdoor promenade. Our tipster Paperposter has the pics.

LINQ Promenade

IN-N-OUT Burger is still getting some work done. Announced back in March, IN-N-OUT will have a Mezzanine, an outdoor patio and most of its interior space will be built under Brooklyn Bowl. The opening is set for December though no exact date has been announced.

Virgil’s Real Barbecue was originally scheduled for a summer opening but has been pushed back to Fall. So…whenever you’re ready, Virgil! To get an idea of what they have to offer, check out their website.

LINQ Promenade

Amazon Locker is now open. *Shrugs* It’s Amazon Locker. Whoopee.

LINQ Promenade

Basin is a bath and beauty kind of place. It’s like…that place that all women love. I forget what it’s called. All I know is that whenever I was in a bind to find a gift for a female friend, I would get them a gift card to this place…. but I don’t remember its name. Basin is just like that. OH! Bath and Body Works! Yes, Basin is like Bath and Body Works. Here’s the Basin website.

Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips

Gordon Ramsay’s Fish and Chips is open. Check out Fisherman’s review in case you missed it.

LINQ Promenade

LINQ Promenade

VR Adventures is a place where you can strap on (wait for it) a VR headset and have some virtual adventures. You could fly through Las Vegas in their Super Hero adventure, or, Zip Line across Vegas in their Zipline Free-fall adventure. The premise is you zipline from Caesars Palace, and at the end of the zipline, the only way to go is…down. That’s where the freefall comes in. They also have a House of Horror adventure and a Fly’N’Shoot Adventure (think Star Wars). Check them out at their website for more info.

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Canter’s Deli, the storied Deli from Los Angeles, is set to open early 2017 at LINQ Promenade. It’s a deli, of course, and it looks like it would be comparable to the Carnegie Deli at the Mirage.

[Images: Paperposter, Michael Movestro]

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2 Comments on "New Venues and More “In The Works” at LINQ Promenade"

  1. Chris in Nashville | October 14, 2016 at 7:19 am |

    Many moons ago (I am 99% sure) there was a Canter’s Deli at Treasure Island correct? I used to get a mile high and go play keno while I ate. Two things gone from TI but glad to see this coming back.

  2. It’s really surprising that a highly-touted venture such as this, in the area of “Vegas as the ultimate shopping destination”, has really racked up a lengthy list of failures and “coming soons” in such a short time. I’m betting that if we assembled a list of every flop in this and the Bally’s Grand Bazaar fiasco, it would take the length of the American Pie song to read it out loud. So let’s keep on building Wynn Shopping Plaza and Tropicana’s retail frontage. They’re WAY better than what used to be there.

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