News for the Hospitality Executive
LAS VEGAS, March 13, 2007 - Since acquiring the Four Queens Hotel & Casino three years ago, local businessman, Terry Caudill, has invested over $20 million in the historic downtown property. Having remodeled its guest rooms and public areas, added new dining options, refreshed the casino floor and upgraded its gaming machines, the Four Queens announces its latest achievement -- the anticipated April opening of the Canyon Club.
The mastermind behind the successful launch of the House of Blues at
the Mandalay Bay, Lance Sterling, reenters the market with the Las Vegas
version of his prospering L.A. nightspot, the Canyon Club. Housed in 10,000
square feet accessible through the Four Queens hotel lobby or directly
from Casino Center Boulevard, the downtown Vegas Canyon Club, offers a
reasonably priced dinner menu and live entertainment nightly from dance
bands, comedians and nationally known acts.
The addition of the Canyon Club is among the last phases of a reinvestment
program that began with the casino's food and beverage offerings. Caudill,
who also owns local eatery and brew pub, The Chicago Brewing Company, installed
a smaller-scale version of the restaurant that includes a cigar bar inside
the Four Queens. "As soon as the purchase was complete, we began to make
changes," added Caudill. "Knowing we had an excellent high-end product
with Hugo's Cellar, we looked to expand other food offerings with the addition
of The Chicago Brewing Company and a walk-up deli and coffee bar."
"I applaud Terry Caudill for what he is doing with the Four Queens and
believing in the future of downtown Las Vegas," said Mayor Oscar B. Goodman.
"Downtown is the heart of Vegas, and the kind of investment that Terry
is making is absolutely necessary for the continued success of a revitalized
core to the city."
Four Queens Hotel & Casino
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