For Canadians, heading to Las Vegas is the mecca for glitz, glamour and gambling. While what happens in Vegas might stay in Vegas, it’s always nice to find a touch of home there too. Luckily for you now you can with the D Las Vegas new hockey-inspired space, BarCanada.
Located in downtown Las Vegas, D Las Vegas will transform its second floor with a new bar venue that celebrated Canadian sport and culture. Debuting this March, the hockey-inspired tavern will merge modern design, specialty cocktails and an intimate game-day viewing space as part of the hotel’s second-level expansion project.
Additionally, the D will refresh its 9,000-square-foot second-floor casino, with the renovation adding 800 square feet to its current sportsbook and high-limit slot areas. Finally, all of the practice and good luck you’ve had at home with Canadacasino.ca will pay off.
BarCanada will also deliver the Canadian spirit of hockey and hops for an unforgettable game watching experience. Conceptualized by design firm PGAL, the 2,000-square-foot, 20-seat bar will span 60 feet. Fans will be able to catch major sporting events in a space surrounded by 85-inch TVs and adorned with Art-Deco-inspired designs like maple-leaf embroidered chairs and red interiors. Big groups also can gather at communal tables with up to 38 seats to share Canadian-inspired eats and drinks from D Grill.
What to do in Las Vegas
In addition to the Casinos, Canadians often flock to Las Vegas for the star-studded lived performances. This year, you’ll have the chance to see Live Nation residency artists Shania Twain, Christina Aguilera and Aerosmith or for something more lively, the RuPaul’s Drag Race Live. With a rotating cast of seven queens per show, your next Vegas adventure could feature outrageous comedy, eye-popping fashions and over-the-top performances from some of the incredibly talented queens you’ve come to know and love.