Caesars Palace Gets ‘Vanderpumped’

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Caesars Palace is partnering with reality television royalty. Lisa Vanderpump is opening Vanderpump Cocktail Garden inside the Las Vegas hotel in early 2019.

“It has always been a dream of mine to see our brand in lights at the iconic Caesars Palace,” the Bravolebrity says. “Vanderpump Cocktail Garden will combine the sexy atmosphere of our other establishments, injected with the Vegas energy that brings millions of guests who visit year after year.”

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The lounge will infuse natural and industrial elements. Guests will enter through an indoor patio that leads to an al fresco-style garden with trees, romantic lighting and tickled with pink. The rendering looks similar to the outdoor garden found at Pump, her West Hollywood establishment.

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Vanderpump is a veteran on the beverage front. She has her own labels of rose wine, sangria and signature Pump-tini. Guests seated at the garden’s booths and bar will be able to order a menu full of craft cocktails, wines and small bites.

The cocktail garden will be available for buyouts with up to 100 guests. The bar will seat 25, the inside lounge 24 and the patio up to 52. It will be located between The Colosseum and The Forum Shops entrance.

Before making a household name for herself as a star of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Vanderpump Rules, Vanderpump and husband Ken Todd have long been successful restauranteurs, first in England and now in Los Angeles. They currently own or co-own Villa Blanca in Beverly Hills and SUR, Pump and Tom Tom in West Hollywood. Vanderpump Cocktail Garden will mark their 35th restaurant and bar in their more than 30 years in the hospitality industry.

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