ELV note: This just popped into our “in” box. All we can say is, it was just a matter of time — especially when you open a 400 seat restaurant, with mediocre Mexican food, right before the start of a Depression. We ate there twice and were astounded by the pedestrian, tepid, barely-better-than-fast-food quality of the place. It sure was big, though. And expensive. As for the “bitter battle” with the Venetian/Palazzo, ELV can attest, from experience, that Shellie Adelson doesn’t know how to dispute something any other way.
Dos Caminos Closes
LAS VEGAS (November 15, 2011) After a bitter battle with its partner/landlord, the Venetian Hotel, on November 14, 2011, Two Roads Las Vegas, LLC closed its Dos Caminos Restaurant.
During the Great Recession, in late 2008 the Venetian negotiated and granted to Two Roads a long term cash flow rental agreement. However, in 2010, management reneged on the deal and brought a lawsuit to the Las Vegas courts where the New York based tenant was pitted against Sheldon Adelson. The outcome was, thus, pre-ordained and Two Roads is now saying goodbye to the Venetian.