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The coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc on Las Vegas restaurants that planned to …


The coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc on Las Vegas restaurants that planned to open in 2020, with many pushing back plans to 2021. Virgin Hotels moved it opening along with 12 food and beverage outlets to spring, while Area15, the entertainment complex west of the Strip, delayed some of its bigger outlets to January. Others like Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas await a time when entertainment mixed with dining can safely return, while still more may never debut in Las Vegas. Off the Strip, Jet Tilas’ Dragon Tiger Noodle Co., Hawaiian casual sensation Zippy’s, and California’s deli The Hat all had plans to open. One of those three probably won’t make a debut in 2021. Here, a look at 25 restaurants and bars that planned to open in 2020, and what their plans are for the future. Plus, one restaurant that opened in 2020 ever so briefly and when diners can plan to eat there. Tap our profile link for the guide. 📸 @wynnlasvegas



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