Behind the Wall: Robert Irvine’s Public House

Robert Irvine's Public House

Paperposter went behind construction walls to peek in on Robert Irvine’s Public House progress at Tropicana.

Opening later this month at Tropicana Las Vegas, Robert Irvine’s Public House is near completion. Our tipster paperposter went behind the construction wall to take a few pics.

Not to be confused (though, it might) with other Public House names in Las Vegas, Robert Irvine’s Public House will be a 275-seat “upscale tavern” as Mr. Irvine refers to it. Here’s what Tropicana is saying:

“With a nearly 9,000 square foot restaurant with a capacity of 275 seats including a full-stocked bar, an open kitchen design, an open viewing experience, this restaurant will reset the standard. The menu is full of one of a kind, unique food items created by Chef Irvine himself and is like nothing you can get now on the strip. Open for lunch and dinner.”

Robert has no plans to be an absentee chef and told LVRJ recently that he knows the success of his restaurant depends on him being there often. Plus he also hinted that his wait staff would do something wait staff has never done before…but, it isn’t dancing.  The opening date has been set for July 27th, with prices in the “$$$” range. Robert said his Public House is all about the people, where eclectic foods from his travels around the world will be served.

[Photos: Paperposter]

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Michael Movestro
Michael Movestro founded Vegas Bright to continue the tradition when Vegas Chatter cashed out. Michael pays the bills, maintains the site, writes articles, hosts the Vegas Untz podcast.

1 Comment on "Behind the Wall: Robert Irvine’s Public House"

  1. Chris Candor | July 11, 2017 at 3:01 am |

    Still a bit flabbergasted about an “upscale tavern” in the $$$ price range in the Tropicana of all places. Would have preferred that place to be in the Cosmo or Aria or the Cromwell. Might very well turn out to be my very first visit to the Tropicana this fall, just to check it out. Also I wonder if his wife will also be present from time to time when he plans to be there “often”.

    I really hope that special thing the waiters do is not involving singing, though.

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