At The Park, you won't have to worry about anyone fighting over where to eat – that's because everyone will be more than happy to dine here. Simply put, The Park's six-acre promenade is not your typical dining experience. The attractive outdoor space offers dining, attractions and entertainment, all rolled into one.
You can't really beat outdoor patio dining, a lively atmosphere and not to mention, the 40-foot-tall Bliss Dance statue. Also, if you're here to watch a concert at the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena, it's only a short walk away.
Let's start with the grub: In the mood for pizza, bar food, sushi or waffles? The Park has you covered. If you can't decide between sweet and savory, Bruxie offers gourmet waffle sandwiches that'll have you drooling 'til the next century. Get your hands on Bruxie's buttermilk fried chicken waffle sandwich, which comes with chili honey and cider slaw for an extra kick. Or, satisfy your sweet tooth with Belgian chocolate s'mores.
The popular California Pizza Kitchen serves up its plenty of pizza varieties, pasta and salads. Is bar food is more up your alley? You can pair that with a refreshing beer at Beerhaus. We predict the Beerhaus Brat (made with an IPA cheddarwurst, smoked bacon and onion jam) is going to be a Strip favorite.
The party doesn't stop at Beerhaus. While you're here, you may as well get sake, too. Sake Rok isn't your run-of-the-mill neighborhood sushi restaurant. Dinner and a show? Pssh. How about a show at your dinner? Your server doubles as an entertainer in this crazy fun atmosphere. And by crazy fun, we're talking restaurant-wide sake bombs, dance parties and lip-sync performances.
Whether you're enjoying a fresh stroll or need to sober up by way of a fresh stroll, The Park's outdoor promenade does not disappoint. You'll find hundreds (yes, hundreds) of fully grown trees and flowers, two 100-foot-long water walls and shade structures ranging from 55 to 75 feet tall. These structures light up at night, resembling oversized neon blooms.
If you're already ooh-ing and ahh-ing at that, we're not done yet. The Park's focal point is the 40-foot-tall Bliss Dance statue. Artist Marco Cochrane got the inspiration from his first Burning Man festival experience. The statue celebrates woman empowerment and freedom. At night, Bliss Dance glimmers in 3,000 colored LED lights. And while most of us don't share our number on the scale, we're just going to put hers out there: She weighs an astounding 7,500 pounds. Get your phones ready – you (and everyone else in the city) will be posting about this steel beauty in no time.
The Park may be an outdoor attraction, but with its shade structures, trees, water features and marble ground (a natural cooling material), it'll make those extreme summer temperatures way more bearable. Plus, all the shaded patio dining areas and its super-close location to T-Mobile Arena are reasons alone to hit up The Park.