The Aria Resort & Casino announced a new food hall haven for foodie lovers across the Las Vegas Valley.
At the start of the pandemic in March 2020, the Aria closed its once bustling buffet that was a symbol of Las Vegas indulgence. But now, Clique Hospitality will open Proper Eats, a concept that’s been taking over dining spaces and restaurants across the country.
According to Eater Las Vegas, this new food hall is set to open in early winter and will feature 12 restaurants with genre-bending cuisine and drinks that offer an explorative dining experience.
One of the dining experiences you can expect to see is Seoul Bird, which focuses on Korean fried chicken and other fusion dishes such as kimchi mac and cheese, Korean-style burgers and other street-inspired dishes.
Another eatery that’ll call Proper Eats home is Wexler’s Deli. This old-school restaurant offers sandwiches and other Jewish-deli classics that are made with traditional methods. The deli’s meat and fish are cured, spiced and smoked with a special blend of salt and seasonings, roasted over apple wood and hand sliced to create the perfect sandwiche each time, according to the deli’s website.
Egghead by Tao Group Hospitality will also be housed in the new dining hall and will offer breakfast sandwiches on a baked-potato brioche bun. This will be the quintessential place for a quick bite to eat or the perfect place for a hangover cure.
In a press release, President and Chief Operations Officer of The Aria Anton Nikodemus said, “The addition of Proper Eats to ARIA’s food and beverage portfolio will deliver a fun and lively communal dining experience to our resort. Every detail has been carefully curated – from creative concepts to venue design – bringing together a first-class culinary epicenter that is approachable with a variety of options to choose based on preference, taste, or mood.”
The design of this eatery is spearheaded by Studio Munge and blends “modern simplicity with tailored sophistication for an energetic, stylish atmosphere.”
For more information about Proper Eats, click here.