'Jersey Boys' at the Palazzo Opens Friday April 4th
While The Palazzo Las Vegas opened back in early January, not much was officially opened besides a few floors of rooms and Jay-Z's 40/40 Club. Indeed when we were there, the place seemed pretty dead. And it was Friday night.
But since then, the hotel-casino has opened its mammoth Shops at the Palazzo which include several high-end boutique stores and a Barneys New York department store.
Additionally, Eater LA has been monitoring the restaurant situation, reporting that Cut (a TomKat fave from the Beverly Wilshire hotel) is open along with CarneVino, Dos Caminos, and Restaurant Charlie by Charlie Trotter.
Now the big show, the Tony-award winning musical Jersey Boys has an opening date of April 4th and we've gotten a great kick out of the info under the Official Age Recommendation:
Jersey Boys contains smoke, gun shots, strobe lights, "authentic Jersey language" and is not recommended for children under the age of 12.
Gosh, we're so proud that we can speak authentic Jersey language. (FYI: We've seen the show and authentic Jersey language is essentially an episode of The Sopranos--a lot of F-bombs.)
Right now the Palazzo is offering suites during the week for $179 a night starting March 24. We always say Vegas during the week if you can swing it is the most economical option. That way you can gamble, shop, dine and catch a show feeling a little less guilty about your total bill.