Openings & closings: PT’s rebrands location, Chayo takes bull by the horns

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A Las Vegas staple is refreshing its image with a ranch-themed renovation. The company behind PT’s Tavern is in a building phase, launching its PT’s Ranch brand after adding two properties.

Meanwhile, Mexican food is spicing things up at the Linq, and the west side of town is gaining dining and entertainment options even as it loses a home decorator’s paradise.

    • PT's Ranch exterior

      PT’s taverns

      PT’s Entertainment Group, a subsidiary of Golden Gaming, has remodeled a PT’s Gold location to fit its new brand, the latest in a series of expansions and renovations by the state’s largest tavern operator.

      The PT’s Gold location at 2430 E. Pebble Road has been redesigned, and it reopened last month as a PT’s Ranch (pictured above), with a western theme and Southwestern-style menu. The 7,000-square-foot space includes room for gaming and an outdoor patio.

      The renovation follows the opening of a PT’s Gold location Dec. 1 at the site of the former O’Aces Bar & Grill, 9050 W. Post Road, Las Vegas. The tavern company also opened a PT’s Pub on Dec. 27 at 1331 S. Boulder Highway, Henderson, in the space vacated by Tomfoolery.

      PT’s Entertainment Group operates 45 locations in Nevada and is known for creating different brands under the PT's umbrella. The first PT’s Pub opened in Las Vegas in 1982.

    • Kirkland’s

      Kirkland’s, a home decor retailer, is closing its Boca Park location Sunday.

      The Nashville-based chain released a statement announcing that it would not renew its lease for the property at 8800 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite 20, Las Vegas.

      Employees have the option of applying for open positions at the retailer’s two other Las Vegas stores, at 9893 S. Eastern Ave. and 6710 N. Durango Drive.

    • Chayo's pork sopes.

      Chayo Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar

      Referring to itself as “an authentic Mexican experience,” Chayo Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar opened Jan. 1 at the Linq.

      Featuring a DJ and branding itself as an upscale casual restaurant, the location includes tequila cocktails, 12,000 square feet of space, an outdoor patio and views of the High Roller observation wheel.

      Chayo is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday and from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Thursday through Saturday.

    • Rampart Casino exterior shot

      Bonkerz Comedy Club

      A new comedy spot is scheduled to open Feb. 6 in the Rampart Casino.

      Bonkerz Comedy Club, a national chain, will open its sixth Las Vegas location in the 5,600-square-foot Edge Lounge. The club will be open at 7 p.m. every Thursday, and tickets for each comedy night will include a free drink.

    • Distill Bar

      Distill

      A new bar called Distill is slated to open Feb. 22 on the west side of Las Vegas.

      Located at 10820 W. Charleston Blvd., Distill promises a modern and cozy atmosphere 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

      The bar, created by the folks behind Remedy’s Tavern and Elixir, will hold happy hour twice daily and will include an outdoor space with fire pits and couches.

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