POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 22, 2014
New York-based hospitality and entertainment group GCA Leisure LLC has announced plans to rebuild the Moulin Rouge, the famed resort that opened in 1955 as the first desegregated casino. GCA's plans call for a 21st-century upgrade that will include music- and film-recording venues, a digital content creation facility and an "institute of learning."
Also planned is an online and mobile-gaming facet. A temporary mobile casino recently operated for eight hours on the property, preserving its gaming license.
Strip news: For news about Las Vegas' two dozen gentlemen's clubs, check out the new website ToplessVegasOnline.com. In addition to ratings and admission information, the site reports on dining and drinking promotions in the clubs, some of which rank among the best in Las Vegas.
GOYs at GN: The Golden Nugget sports book has put up early lines for the college football season. The GN put up about 200 "Game of the Year" selections, and the lines will remain available for betting up to the opening of the college season.
Charcoal Room: The Charcoal Room steakhouse has opened at Palace Station. It's the second Charcoal Room in Las Vegas after the original at Santa Fe Station and replaces the Broiler.
QUESTION: Is The Quad being renamed again?
ANSWER: It's been just over a year since the former Imperial Palace was renamed The Quad, but a recent $2.2 billion property transfer from Caesars Entertainment to Caesars Growth Partners that included The Quad gave rise to speculation about a possible renaming. As of now there's been no public discussion of it.
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