Giordano’s Famous Stuffed Deep Dish Pizza, the Chicago-based restaurant company internationally known for its stuffed deep dish pizza pies has opened their first location in Las Vegas. The new, full-service restaurant is located at 3619 Las Vegas Blvd. South on the Las Vegas Strip at Grand Bazaar Shops, adjacent to Bally’s Las Vegas.
The restaurant features a full dining room on the second floor of Grand Bazaar Shops as well as a spacious patio prominently located on the ground floor, both featuring a full bar. The new restaurant will also offer carry-out options for diners that want to take Chicago’s beloved deep dish pizza or a cocktail to go. The Las Vegas location is currently open from 11 to 2 a.m. daily and offers a Late Night Menu.
The Las Vegas location marks Giordano’s first Nevada restaurant and 61st nationwide. Diners who visit Giordano’s newest restaurant can expect breathtaking views of the world famous Las Vegas Strip and stuffed deep dish pizza that retains its authentic Chicago flavor.
Grand Bazaar Shops is located at the busiest pedestrian intersection in the city, Las Vegas Boulevard (“The Strip”) and Flamingo Road, directly in front of Bally’s Las Vegas, across from the Fountains of Bellagio. An open-air shopping attraction that emulates the world’s greatest markets, Grand Bazaar Shops features a breadth of food, dining, bar venues and retail stores. Some of its tenants are distinguished by iconic design features, some are the first of their kind in Las Vegas, the U.S. or worldwide and others are popular well-known brands. Special attractions include a vibrantly-colored rooftop design that is a prominent feature of the iconic Las Vegas skyline and a giant crystal starburst that creates a celebratory New Year’s Eve experience every night. Grand Bazaar Shops is home to the first Las Vegas Wahlburgers, Starbucks, Swarovski, Alex and Ani, Superdry, Sin City Brewing Co., LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics and John Rich’s country music bar Redneck Riviera. New brands slated to open early 2017 include, Born and Raised Nevada tavern and lounge and Subway.
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