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Circa’s New Victory Burger & Wings Co. Brings a Sports Bar Experience Coupled With Comfort Food by Susan Stapleton of Eater Las Vegas

“Olive burgers, waffle fries, and cereal-stuffed milkshakes arrive at a new sports bar opening inside Circa at the end of the month. Victory Burger & Wings Co. from the owners of American Coney Island at the D Las Vegas anchors the three-story screen in Circa’s sportsbook and features its own radio booth.

Circa’s Victory Burger & Wings Co. reveals all-star menu for Circa restaurant by KTNV Las Vegas

“Get ready burger and sports fans! Victory Burger & Wings Co. officially opens at Circa Resort & Casino on Oct. 28, bringing Downtown Las Vegas an array of indulgent game day fare and premier views overlooking the world’s largest sportsbook.

 

Circa, downtown Las Vegas’ newest resort, an early look — VIDEO by Dennis Rudner of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“The downtown Las Vegas skyline already looks a lot different than it did a year ago. And in less than two weeks on Oct. 28, casino executive Derek Stevens will open the doors to Circa, the tallest building in downtown.

 

Circa restaurant menu, guest chef dinners and reopenings on tap by Heidi Knapp Rinella of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“Victory Burger & Wings Co., which will overlook the sportsbook when Circa opens Oct. 28, has announced its menu. It will be operated by the third-generation owners of Detroit-based American Coney Island, which has a location at the D Las Vegas. The menu includes the Victory Burger, with secret Victory Sauce, cheddar cheese and bacon; Victory Loco Burger, with pickled jalapenos, poblano pepper, onion, creamy blanco cheese sauce and avocado; and Fondue Burger, with creamy blanco cheese sauce over fire-roasted red peppers, artichokes and tomatoes; plus wings, appetizers, sides, salads and milkshakes.

 

Circa Resort & Casino unveils retail concepts set to open on Oct. 28 by Yogonet

“‘When looking for a retail partner, we turned to Marshall Retail Group to help us execute our vision for great original concepts on the casino floor,’ said Circa CEO Derek Stevens. ‘We wanted to ensure that guests will have everything they need when they step inside, ranging from a swimsuit for Stadium Swim, Circa swag or late-night snacks. These stores really will have it all.’

 

Great Reasons to Stay on Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas Instead of The Strip by Bradley Retter of BestUSCasinos.org

Speaking of Stevens, the emerging casino impresario has certainly put his stamp on the Downtown district. Along with his renovation of Golden Gate, Stevens and his brother Greg turned the old Fitzgerald’s casino into The D Casino & Hotel – a hip and happening hotspot that brings in the 20-something crowd. But the crown jewel of Stevens’ casino empire is the Circa Resort & Casino, a brand new venue in downtown Las Vegas.

 

Adults-Only Circa Resort Rises in Downtown Las Vegas by Ryan Slattery of TripSavvy

“‘Circa is a game changer for downtown, Fremont Street Experience, and the entire city of Las Vegas,’ says Paul McGuire, Chief Marketing Officer for Fremont Street Experience, adding that it’s likely to draw first-time visitors downtown to see it. ‘Circa was built to delight and amaze the senses. Their attention to detail and intricacies are obvious throughout the entire property.’

 

Photos: Take a look at the over-the-top Circa a week before opening by Bryan Horwath of Las Vegas Sun

Complete with stadium-style seating and plush recliners, Circa’s sports book represents just one of the eye-popping aspects of the $1 billion resort, which opens all but its hotel offerings Oct. 28. The property, which features 777 rooms within a 35-story hotel tower, is the first downtown casino resort to be built from the ground-up in four decades.

 

Circa opens next week. Get a first glimpse inside. by Bailey Schulz, Christopher Lawrence and John Katsilometes of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“Downtown Las Vegas hasn’t had a new property open in decades. That changes next week. Circa, a 1.25 million-square-foot hotel casino owned by Derek Stevens, opens to the public at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday. The 777-room property is only open to those 21 and over and brings a number of new attractions to downtown Las Vegas, including a six-pool swimming area and a three-story sportsbook. The property’s hotel tower is set to open later this year.

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