TV star and restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump opens new Vegas venue

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TV star and restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump opens new Vegas venue

Television star and restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump is to open her first Las Vegas venue in early 2019, partnering with Caesars Palace to create Vanderpump Cocktail Garden.

The venue will be available for buyouts, accommodating meetings and events for up to 100 people. Bringing a taste of Los Angeles to Las Vegas, the cocktail garden will take a page from Vanderpump’s successful restaurants and lounges. The bar will seat 25, while the inside lounge will seat 24 and patio will accommodate up to 52.

Vanderpump commented: “I have always loved Las Vegas — it has always been a dream of mine to see our brand in lights at the iconic Caesars Palace. Vanderpump Cocktail Garden will combine the sexy atmosphere of our other establishments injected with the Vegas energy that brings millions of guests who visit year after year.”

Caesars Palace regional president Gary Selesner said: “Caesars Palace has a long history of working with notable names; from renowned chefs to legendary music icons-we’re proud to now partner with Lisa Vanderpump to bring her first venture to Las Vegas. We look forward to Vanderpump bringing Los Angeles flair combined with the extravagance of the Strip.”

Vanderpump Cocktail Garden will have an indoor patio welcoming guests upon arrival, as well as an al fresco-style garden with towering trees and romantic lighting. The lounge area will feature booths as well as a full bar that focuses on craft cocktails, Vanderpump branded Sangria and Rosé as well as a carefully selected wine list. Small bites will be available to be shared or perfectly paired with libations.

The design inspiration for the space comes from Lisa, husband Ken Todd and creative director Nick Alain, who collaborated on their newest LA hit, Tom. Vanderpump will be located in between The Colosseum and the entrance to The Forum Shops.