The Plaza Hotel and Casino Announces Main Street Facade Transformation

The historic hotel-casino reveals four new projects including a smoke-free casino floor

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The Plaza Hotel and Casino announced four new projects that will reimagine the historic hotel-casino’s iconic Main Street facade during a press conference Tuesday morning. Among the new projects will be the addition of Carousel Bar, a circular merry-go-round themed bar to be located under the Main Street dome that Plaza CEO Jonathan Jossel promises will be “a “must-see, must-do attraction in Downtown Las Vegas.”

The Four New Projects

That’s not the only overhaul on Main Street. Soon, guests will be greeted by a giant 3D donut leading into a new Pinkbox Doughnuts location that will serve their famed donuts, along with alcoholic milkshakes and other adult creations.

On the opposite side of Pinkbox will be an expanded, smoke-free casino floor. A partnership with slot machine influencer Brian Christopher, the expanded section will “house all of my favorite games and all the games my followers adore,” Brian says during the press conference.

The final addition will be a patio at Oscar’s Steakhouse overlooking the neighboring Circa Resort and Fremont Street Experience. “They built one of the finest restaurants in all of Las Vegas,” restaurant namesake Oscar Goodman said during the event, signature martini in hand, before stressing his excitement for the future.

“Main Street really is an exciting place to be,” Jonathan says, acknowledging the neighbors and partners who have helped make Downtown Las Vegas what it is today.

When Will The Projects Be finished?

Though no timeline was stated at the press conference, Tuesday’s announcements come after the recent addition of The Sand Dollar Downtown to the property. And there may be even more to come.

“There will be a lot more of these great occasions to celebrate,” Jonathan says.

Learn more about the iconic Plaza Hotel and Casino’s Las Vegas history.


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