Circa in the News | 2-18-21 to 2-24-21

Circa in the News 2-18-21 to 2-24-21


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Enjoy a romantic dinner throughout the Las Vegas Valley by Brock Radke of Las Vegas Magazine

“And, finally, while the Big Game has come and gone, it’s still—and always—sports season in Las Vegas, and one of the newest destinations for pub grub while you watch is Victory Burger (702.726.5505) at Circa Resort & Casino downtown. Overlooking the glorious, three-story Circa sportsbook—the largest sports book in the world—Victory’s menu is definitely a win-win, from piled-high nachos and jumbo breaded chicken wings to half-pound Angus beef burgers. It doesn’t matter if your team wins or loses, you still deserve a strawberry cheesecake milkshake to wash it all down.


You’ll feel Like a VIP at Andiamo Steakhouse in Las Vegas by Ken Miller of Las Vegas Magazine

“Derek Stevens is truly one of a kind. The Detroit transplant wasted no time in achieving his singular vision when he arrived here 15 years ago. His downtown property, The D, was so named as a tribute to his hometown. (Stevens has since opened downtown hot spot Circa Resort & Casino.) All you need to know about Stevens is this: He spares no expense. All he cares about is your experience while you’re in town.


Will it be March Madness or March Sadness in Las Vegas this year? by Paul Szydelko of Travel Weekly

Joining the elite sports books for the first time this year is Circa downtown. Its sports book, opened in October and has been sold out for March Madness for two months. Circa owner Derek Stevens, who also owns the D and Golden Gate downtown, is bullish about city’s rebound during the tournament and beyond. ‘I think It’s going be the biggest March Madness Nevada has ever seen,’ Stevens said Feb. 18.


What’s new in Las Vegas this year and the COVID precautions properties are taking by KCTV5

“Circa in downtown Las Vegas opened its hotel a few days before 2021, ushering in a wave of new offerings this year. It’s on Fremont Street with a pool amphitheater and the world’s largest sportsbook. The adults-only hotel is the first newly built downtown resort to open in four decades.

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