Innovative adult gaming destination Slots a Fun at Circus Circus Casino will open a daiquiri bar next year. This development is part of a steady stream of upgrades at the casino since it was acquired by Phil Ruffin. Paperwork filed with Clark County and reported on by Eater Las Vegas estimated a budget $275,000 for construction of the space. The bar’s name has yet to be made public.
A contact connected to the casino told What Now Las Vegas that the space will open onto the Strip, welcoming passersby into the gaming space for a sweet drink and some fun.
Slots a Fun occupies a standalone building of more than 16,000 sq. ft. located a few steps from the main Circus Circus building. It is famous for its low-priced entertainment—including its $1 hot dog and $1 beer—modeled after an adult arcade.
Further upgrades are expected soon from Circus Circus, which recently premiered Feel Good Brands’ Big Top Food Court, with a full slate of dining options, bringing to the table Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Pick Up Stix, Dairy Queen Grill & Chill, and Einstein Bros.® Bagels, and replacing the McDonald’s which had dominated the casino’s food service for thirty years.
What Now Las Vegas reached out to Circus Circus Senior Vice President of Operations Shana Gerety on Tuesday. Gerety was unavailable for comment.
The daiquiri bar is expected to open early next year, but no opening date has been announced.