MARCH 4, 2016
VEGAS INC ONLINE
MGM’s Park opening a month away; gourmet hot dog shop to debut near UNLV
Julie Ann Formoso
There’s Central Park in New York City and soon there’ll be the Park on the Las Vegas Strip. Yes, a park smack in the middle of Sin City’s stretch of gleaming casino lights.
In a month, tourists and locals will be able to enjoy this new oasis, which will encapsulate the desert landscape, and take a break from the bustle on the Strip.
Meanwhile, several miles away, a restaurant famous for its gourmet hot dogs is set to open.
Dog Haus, known for its gourmet hot dogs, will open its first Nevada location March 18.
The restaurant will be located on 4480 Paradise Road, near Harmon Avenue, and will be open daily 11 a.m. to 4 a.m. with happy hour from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 1 a.m. to 4 a.m.
At its grand opening, guests can sample seven hot dog creations composed of beef skinless dogs served on Hawaiian rolls. Meanwhile, the daily menu will feature a wide range of selections, including corn dogs and craft beer.
“Las Vegas deserves the best, which is why we’re bringing the Absolute Würst!” said partner Hagop Giragossian in a statement. “Nevada will be the fifth state for Dog Haus, and we are looking forward to becoming a part of the local community and connecting with people here every day.”