Horseshoe Las Vegas: The Iconic Casino Brand Returns to the Strip. The reimagined resort includes updated exterior signage, a refreshed gaming floor and new restaurants and attractions.
Horseshoe Las Vegas Returns to the Strip, Bringing Legendary Casino Brand to Entertainment Capital.
Horseshoe Las Vegas recently held its grand opening to celebrate the completion of a year-long transformation of the property. To mark the occasion, Jack Binion, whose family started the original Horseshoe in downtown Las Vegas, presented a special horseshoe from his family’s ranch to Caesars Entertainment leadership. The event also featured showgirls in original costumes from Jubilee! and confetti cannons to signify the next chapter for Horseshoe.
Horseshoe Casino was started in 1951 by a gambler for gamblers, and has since expanded to markets across the country while staying true to its heritage of no-limit betting. The newly redesigned resort features a 180-foot-tall marquee, tooled leather, dramatic colors, and the signature gold horseshoe iconography throughout the casino floor and public areas.
The resort now includes several new attractions, such as The ARCADE, a 7,000-square-foot venue with more than 80 supersized games and virtual reality experiences, and Jack Binion’s Steak, a steakhouse that serves Black Angus corn-fed cattle and aged steaks cooked on an 1800-degree broiler. Chef Martin Yan’s first Las Vegas restaurant, M.Y. Asia, also brings his unique Asian flavors and entertainment to Horseshoe Las Vegas.
Additionally, Horseshoe Las Vegas has a World Series of Poker Hall of Fame Poker Room, which offers 18 poker tables and tournament-style poker year-round. The World Series of Poker returns to Horseshoe Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas from May 30 to July 18.
Finally, Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Sports Kitchen will open this summer, featuring American-style cuisine and enough LED screens to satisfy any sports fanatic.