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Aladdin to open new Spanish nightclub

Dec 23, 2002 11:45 PM

   The Aladdin throws its sombrero into the Latin nightclub scene with its new Sevilla, a 35,000 square foot Spanish steakhouse and Latin Nightclub, which will premiere on January 15, 2003.

   A multi-level, spectacular venue with an incendiary energy level, Sevilla will feature an exclusive martini bar, a private cigar lounge, a USDA Prime steakhouse, courtyard patio dining, VIP balcony seating and a dinner show starring Charo and her International Revue, “Bravo.”

   The 585-seat entertainment venue presents Spain, now conveniently located in Las Vegas. Sevilla is truly an entirely different destination. The restaurant will serve Spanish and Cuban cuisine. The interior theme is based on a Spanish town and fortress built out of a mountainside in southern Spain, with décor accented by by exquisite draperies, elegant chandeliers and authentic artifacts.

   The first floor of Sevilla features seating for the dinner show, where Charo, who was raised in Murcia, Spain, will perform eight times per week.

 After the dinner show, the seating space is transformed into a nightclub capable of holding 2,000 people. Rhythms heard will include Rumba, Salsa, Lambada, Samba, Mambo and other styles until the early hours of the morning.

   The second floor features the steakhouse and VIP balcony lounge with bottle service and spectacular views of the shopping area below.

   Sevilla has partnered with Budweiser/Nevada Beverage to feature some of the best salsa bands in the world, and a weekly Latin concert series.

   The night spot is owned by Bart DeLorenzo, who also owns and operates the highly successful Sevilla Steakhouse & Nightclub in Denver.