Two-Story Jackpot to Replace Viola’s Tavern This Spring

The new 12,000 square feet Jackpot location will host live bands and wedding receptions
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Since 2016, concert-goers, burger-lovers, drag queens and gamblers alike have flocked to Jackpot Bar and Grill for their nonstop events. While the action has slowed down since the start of the pandemic, Jackpot’s momentum has only picked up.

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By the end of March, owners Jeff Frederick and Liza Ochiai will open their second Jackpot location at 4485 South Jones Blvd., in the space which recently held Viola’s Tavern. 

Frederick and Ochiai also own the local Aloha Kitchen, and they hope to incorporate some of their fan-favorite Hawaiian dishes into the new Jackpot menu.

Aloha Kitchen can be found in four locations across the city, serving kalbi ribs, loco moco and kalua pig, among other Hawaiian specialties. 

That being said, the new Jackpot Bar and Grill still intends on serving their house classics like Korean Street Tacos and “Nacho” Ordinary Nachos. 

Like its Decatur Blvd. counterpart, the South Jones Blvd. Jackpot will offer gaming and dining on the first floor. Frederick told What Now Las Vegas that they also plan to host bands, shows and even wedding receptions in the additional banquet space upstairs. Between both floors, the restaurant will be a total of 12,000 square feet.

Olivia Langen

Olivia Langen is a food and culture journalist who has written her way around the world. After traveling from Moscow to Mumbai and Tokyo to Taipei, she has found her way back to sunny Southern California. There, she spends her free time reading fiction, learning languages, and playing music.
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