Linq Promenade to get four eateries next month

STEVE MARCUS

People stroll through the Linq Wednesday, April 9, 2014. The $550 million Linq project is a retail, dining and entertainment district developed by Caesars Entertainment Corp.

In-N-Out Burger, Virgil’s Real Barbecue, Honolulu Cookie Company and Jaburritos will open at the Linq Promenade next month, a Caesar Entertainment spokesman said

“The Linq Promenade stands poised to elevate its status on the Las Vegas Strip by taking dynamic dining, entertainment and retail offerings to brand-new altitudes,” said Bob Morse, president of hospitality for Caesars Entertainment. “With the announcement of these new brands, we’ve brought a total of 10 outlets to the promenade in the last six months.”

Honolulu Cookie Company and Jaburritos are newly announced outlets.

The Hawaiian cookie company, to be near Brooklyn Bowl, is famous for its shortbread cookies in a signature pineapple shape. Flavors include butter macadamia, chocolate-dipped macadamia, dark chocolate coconut, white chocolate kona coffee and chocolate chip macadamia.

Jaburritos, near the Fountain Stage, is known for its burrito-style sushi, as well as salads, rice bowls, nachos and juices.

The two will join previously announced brands scheduled to open from December through March: In-N-Out Burger and Virgil’s Real Barbecue in December, Breeze Daiquiri in February, and  Canter’s Deli in March.

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