You may have heard: even before launching its new $750 million Durango resort in southwest Las Vegas, Station Casinos has announced a “property-wide transformation” at its Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa and Casino.
The changes include Polaris Bar, a circular hub featuring bartop gaming, screens for sports viewing, and craft cocktails, which opened on June 23; new rooms for High Limit Table Games and High Limit Slots; a refresh to the resort’s Backyard pool deck; and two new restaurants from the Bromberg Brothers of Blue Ribbon Restaurants.
In addition to a new outpost of Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill, offering the same popular menu to be found in the location at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, Bruce and Eric Bromberg of Blue Ribbon Restaurants are launching a new Mediterranean restaurant at Green Valley Ranch.
The new Mediterranean concept, whose name has yet to be revealed, will offer a menu featuring daily fish, meat, poultry, and vegetable selections prepared in an open kitchen.
“We have always been inspired by the rich coastal cuisine and cultures of the Mediterranean, and are thrilled to share our love for the region through the new restaurant,” say the Brombergs in recent coverage by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “This fun, exciting culinary concept is a first for the Blue Ribbon family, and we have found the perfect home for it, along with Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill, at Green Valley Ranch.”
At Green Valley Ranch, the two new restaurants will join a food and drink roster that includes Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis, Borracha, Lucky Penny, and Tides Oyster Bar.