WHAT: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas will say goodbye to the original and infamousCenter Bar on Sunday, June 28. In rememberance of the year it opened, the legendary hub will offer 1995-themed “Last Call” drink specials and will host a “Final Toast” party to commemorate the occasion.
Visitors can enjoy Center Bar’s “Last Call” promotion now through Sunday, June 28. The special features five of the bar’s most popular shots from 1995 including “Surfer on Acid,” “Purple Hooter,” “Scooby Snack,” “Red Headed Slut” and “Cosmopolitan Shot.” The select shots are just $5 and come with a limited-edition Center Bar shot glass (while supplies last).
Additionally, Center Bar will host a “Final Toast party” for locals and visitors alike as well as former and current employees on Sunday, June 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. The soiree will feature top music hits from 1995, and attendees are encouraged to sign their name on the original Center Bar before it closes. Throughout the event, the globe hanging above the hotspot will shine bright before turning off when the final toast is given by Robin Leach. An after party at The Ainsworth with DJ Dash will conclude the evening and construction will begin the following day.
WHEN: Sunday, June 28
WHERE: Center Bar
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
4455 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV 89169
DETAILS: Center Bar is renowned for its breathtaking sights from the property’s casino floor, nonstop parties and because the trailblazer for center bars throughout Las Vegas. It opened up in 1995 and truly changed the way in which gaming professionals seen their casino flooring – situated in the middle of tables and slots, the trendsetting bar produced an infectious energy within the casino that other gaming companies adopted. Through its success, Center Bar was inducted into Las vegas Seven’s Vegas Bar Hall of Fame in 2014, was chosen “Best Spot to individuals Watch” within the Best Dining & Night life Honours through the visitors of Casino Player magazine in 2013, among other recognitions. In addition, the hotspot offered numerous celebs including band people from Guns N’ Roses, cast people from MTV’s “The Real Life: Vegas,” CeeLo Green and much more.