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Cromwell’s casino and bar open without much fanfare

By Anthony Curtis

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 27, 2014

~~<p>There's been almost no publicity, but the casino at The Crom-well has opened. The new high-end resort at the center of the Las Vegas Strip debuted quietly last week in supersoft mode, but the casino games and big center bar are completely accessible to the public. The 188-room hotel is accommodating invited guests only until May 21, when it will open for public reservations. The entire resort, including Giada's restaurant, Drai's nightclub and the hotly anticipated rooftop pool, will open on Memorial Day weekend. The Cromwell was originally the Barbary Coast, then Bill's Gamblin' Hall &amp; Saloon, and was slated to reopen as the Gansevoort before an 11th-hour name change.</p>
<p><strong>Sporting House closing</strong>: The Sporting House bar and restaurant at New York-New York will close in June to make way for two new restaurants: Shake Shack and Tom's Urban. Both are part of the ongoing transformation of the facades at&nbsp;NY-NY and Monte Carlo.</p>
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There's been almost no publicity, but the casino at The Crom-well has opened. The new high-end resort at the center of the Las Vegas Strip debuted quietly last week in supersoft mode, but the casino games and big center bar are completely accessible to the public. The 188-room hotel is accommodating invited guests only until May 21, when it will open for public reservations. The entire resort, including Giada's restaurant, Drai's nightclub and the hotly anticipated rooftop pool, will open on Memorial Day weekend. The Cromwell was originally the Barbary Coast, then Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Saloon, and was slated to reopen as the Gansevoort before an 11th-hour name change.

Sporting House closing: The Sporting House bar and restaurant at New York-New York will close in June to make way for two new restaurants: Shake Shack and Tom's Urban. Both are part of the ongoing transformation of the facades at NY-NY and Monte Carlo. Login for more...



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