Wynn Casino, Las Vegas, was the first casino to restart its buffet after everything closed in March. However, it has become the first casino to close everything again. This decision was taken because of the negative feedback given by patrons about their buffet experience.
Wynn Casino Closes Again After Negative Customer Feedback
Wynn attempted a serviced format wherein food was ordered according to the menu and then delivered to the customer’s table. The food was the same as before that the Wynn buffet is known for, but customers believed that it was not a buffet anymore.
According to Wynn spokesperson, they will be reworking the format and are planning to reopen on a future date that is not yet finalized.
In this situation, there are just two buffets open now in Las Vegas, at South Point and Cosmopolitan. Moreover, Caesars Palace’s The Bacchanal Buffet was to open this month, but they have postponed it indefinitely.
Treasure Island Reopens Sports Book
Sports Book at Treasure Island has been opened after a major remodel, expansion, and relocation. The earlier sportsbook was a sedate and small one, which was tucked away at a distant corner in the casino. In comparison, the remodeled sportsbook is centrally located and five times bigger than the previous one.
People have gradually started coming back to town, but the counts are still lower than usual, particularly on weekdays. We have to wait and watch to see if growing footfalls help casinos improve their business in the coming days.