The Park Las Vegas - Bringing Together a New Las Vegas Experience

The long wait is almost over as The Park and the new 20,000-seat world-class T-Mobile Arena are set to become the place to be. This innovative are will be Offering up an amazing lineup of entertainment, restaurants and bars connecting New York-New York and Monte Carlo resorts.

The Park - Rendering (Courtesy MGM Grand)

The Park will offer you an experience far different than that of the Las Vegas strip while keeping you within earshot of everything strip related. An interactive and social environment that creates a different experience for the pedestrian. Taking inspiration from the iconic plazas, promenades and squares that have served as important public gathering destinations within the world’s great cities throughout history, The Park will offer an array of common spaces that will allow family and friends to socialize, relax, explore and sampling the surrounding tastes, sights and sounds.

The Park offers guests a difference experience throughout the day. During the day, visitors will be able to bask in pockets of sun or enjoy shade beneath mature trees or one of the stunning, trumpet-like shade structures towering more than 50 feet above. Patio-style seating will encourage a genuine social environment, while seating alcoves tucked into large planters will provide areas for respite. Unique water features, including water walls stretching more than 100 feet in length along the entrance, will add unexpected visuals as will dramatic plantings incorporating a variety of beautiful desert blooms. Exploring The Park, guests will discover spontaneous live entertainers, such as acoustic guitarists and street performers.

As the sun sets, illuminated elements of The Park’s landscaping will create a dramatic setting. The shade structures, a work of art in and of themselves, will emit marvelous LED sequences from high above, captivating guests below. Sounds of live music, clinking glasses and laughter from bordering open-air venues will saturate The Park with energy, giving guests an entirely new way to experience Las Vegas beneath the stars.

Dining Under the Sun and Stars: Not unlike the small cafes and bistros that spill onto iconic promenades, clusters of casual restaurants and bars with outdoor seating will open each resort to The Park creating a colorful patio ambiance. Ranging from fast-casual to mid-level, each offering will be a unique-to-market, up-and-coming brand.

The Park already boasts a fantastic lineup including;

Sake Rok – This theatrical hotspot open for lunch, dinner and a late-night bar/lounge, will thrill guests with more than just its array of delicious sushi, Japanese cuisine and private sake label. By night, Sake Rok will transform into a high-profile social dining extravaganza, immersing guests in an experience part culinary, part performance and completely unexpected. Inspired by Japan’s vibrant pop culture and fashion movements, interactive servers will invite guests to partake in restaurant-wide sake bombs while doubling as entertainers, spontaneously breaking into dance and lip-sync serenades. If you are looking for the best seat in the house, Sake Rok will offer a mezzanine that overlooks the main dining room as well as a private event space, dubbed “Sakura Terrace at The Park,” which will seat 150 and open up to a 1,300-square-foot balcony with sweeping views of T-Mobile Arena and the Las Vegas Strip.

Godzilla Sushi (photo credit is Sabin Orr)


Quickly rising to fame in the burger world, Shake Shack will allow you to enjoy a juicy burger while overlooking The Park and New York-New York’s Brooklyn Bridge. One of the best values in all of Las Vegas, this modern day “roadside” burger stand known for its all-natural burgers, flat-top dogs, frozen custard, beer, wine and the fabulous beer float.


Las Vegas has become one of the hot spots on the West Coast when it comes to beer so the Beer Garden is a perfect way to experience some of the finest beer around at The Park. This fun and unpretentious beer garden will be highlighted by its outdoor spaces and vantage points of all The Park’s activity. Guests will be able to indulge in sustainably raised farm-to-table meats, an impressive regional craft brew list, live music and, of course, games to get any social gathering started – bocce ball, darts and outdoor ping pong.


Beer Garden - Rendering (Courtesy MGM Grand)

California Pizza Kitchen is the authority in creative dining with a California vibe. Blending fresh, seasonal ingredients with bold, global inspiration, “CPK” offers signature hand-tossed, hearth-baked pizzas, inventive main plates and shareables, unique pastas and salads, alongside premium wines, craft beers and hand-crafted cocktails featuring fresh fruits, herbs and spices. With an outdoor patio, full bar and open kitchen centered around the hearth oven, CPK’s rustic, modern atmosphere is perfect for drinks and small plates before a show, dinner with family and everything in-between.

Bruxie will be new to Las Vegas, but with their gourmet waffle menu it will not take long for them to become one of the cities favorite spots. Born in Orange County and bringing the rich and creamy taste of custard to the West Coast, you can choose from sweet or savory or both and not go wrong. Bruxie’s next-generation sandwiches use a light, airy authentic Brussels Waffle as the “Bold Fold.” The Waffle is crisp, lightly yeasty and not sweet – reminiscent of freshly baked bread. Bruxie Waffles are paired with quality seasonal ingredients, offering both savory choices like Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Chili Honey and Cider Slaw as well as a variety of sweet options such as Strawberry Crème Brûlée.

The design for The Park is a collaborative effort led by MGM Resorts International with master planner Cooper, Robertson & Partners, leading landscape architecture and urban design firm !melk, and Marnell Architecture. The Park’s unique design elements include:

Green Initiatives: The Park has implemented an integrated environmental sustainability program throughout construction stages, and will continue post-opening with operational focuses addressing energy and water conservation, green building and waste management through cutting-edge technology and innovative design. The restaurant corridor is being built to LEED Gold standards, and The Park also has salvaged roughly 75 mature trees from the current area to enhance the lush environment.  Asphalt existing on-site also has been salvaged, ground and recycled to create new paved surfaces within the development.

Natural Landscaping: Landscape design utilizes native and desert-adaptive species of plants, which are able to thrive in hot and dry environments with minimal water. Large planters with inset seating feature dramatic plant life displays created by the juxtaposition of cloud-like plants (santolina, apache plum, mormon fir, etc.) alongside vibrant shoots (red yucca, torch lily, desert bear grass, etc.), lush grasses (Mexican feather grass, fountain grass, orange sedge, etc.) and spikes (blue agave, golf tooth aloe, horsetail, etc.)


Cooling Elements: Mature trees, vegetation, water features and artful shade structures will create comfortable environments for guests to enjoy The Park year-round. Ground and surfaces have been constructed using marble – a naturally cooling material. Hand-laid in mosaic tile patterns, the marble features color palettes of the American Southwest.

For more information visit: The Park

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