Executives from Steak ‘n Shake and Hooters Casino Hotel were joined by Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson to celebrate the Grand Opening of the world’s largest Steak ‘n Shake at Hooters Casino Hotel.
Si Sloman, general manager of Hooters Casino Hotel; Rob Oseland, chief operating officer of Paragon Gaming; Jay Fishman, president and CEO of Associated Hotels; George Ruff, founder of Trinity Hotel Investors; and Jennifer Abilez, director of design and construction for Steak ‘n Shake, joined Gibson in the ribbon cutting moment, officially signifying the grand opening of the Las Vegas Strip’s first Steak ‘n Shake location.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to have Steak ‘n Shake on property at Hooters Casino Hotel,” said Fishman. “The Steak ‘n Shake and Hooters brands work together perfectly, and we’re excited to see the relationship build as the new restaurant flourishes on property.”
In addition, Gibson welcomed the newest Steak ‘n Shake to Clark County and Las Vegas with a special proclamation marking Thursday, April 5, 2018 as “Steak ‘n Shake Day.”
“Because of its location on the Las Vegas Strip, Hooters Casino Hotel makes the perfect place for us to build a new Steak ‘n Shake location,” said Abilez. “We were able to give this location some unique aspects that we couldn’t do anywhere else, such as the gaming stations, creation of the “Vegas Bloody Mary,” a Milkshake Bar and more.”
Now operating 24 hours, seven days a week, this Hooters Casino Hotel location is the only location in Las Vegas to offer the full breakfast menu, the only location in the world with a gaming stations at the bar and holds seating for more than 200 guests.
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