Popular for a place filled with lavish nightlife destinations, The Las Vegas Strip offers the premier VIP service for the most sensitive clientele. Rockhouse, ultra drive bar, is not one of those venues.
This late January, the Sin City’s iconic party bar will bring back the same let-loose attitude at The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino. The new 9,000-square-foot location can be directly accessed from Las Vegas Boulevard providing convenience for hotels guests nearby and for those passing by. The original Rockhouse becomes the most famous party spots in the Las Vegas Strip.
Owner of Fine Entertainment, Jonathan Fine, which owns and operates Rockhouse says, “There isn’t anything like Rockhouse in Las Vegas. You can walk in wearing anything from flip-flops to a tuxedo, day or night, and have the time of your life. Not having Rockhouse for the past several months has left a void in Vegas nightlife, and we look forward to bringing it back with a bigger, better location.”
Rockhouse will keep its original offers including drinking games during the daytime, DJs at night, and a sexy bar staff making the party going all the time. Every spot in the bar has a good view for watching sporting events with its 83 flat-panel televisions installed on every wall of the interior. The two-room venue features plenty of room for dancing, cocktail and high-top tables, and three bars. In addition to the original offer is a full menu of bar food.
Rockhouse’s interior resembles an adult playroom featuring birdcages for dancing, tire swings for bartenders, beer pong tables, pool tables, and a mechanical bull.
After six successful years in business, Fine Entertainment decided to close the original location, across from The Mirage, in early May to make way for The LINQ. The nightclub and Strip-side bar sets its own one month record in March 2012 with over $1 million in sales.
The new Rockhouse will be open every day at 11 a.m. during weekdays and earlier at 10 a.m. during weekends and it will close late into the night.