Las Vegas native and No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota race car driver Kyle Busch, and Dorothy Jones, chief marketing officer of Interstate Batteries, presented Lagasse’s Stadium with a race-worn fire suit to be displayed as memorabilia in its permanent collection.
The memorabilia was accepted by Sebastien Silvestri, vice president of food and beverage of The Venetian and The Palazzo. Busch then treated fans to a meet and greet where he autographed items and posed for photos.
When asked about his upcoming race, Busch said he was looking forward to Texas this weekend. ‘I missed the spring race but I think everyone did a great job. We had some competitive cars, so we’re looking for some good speed out of our Toyota Camrys this time around and hopefully going to victory lane.’
Named No. 1 sports bar in the USA by USA Today 10 Best, “Best Sports Bar’ by Las Vegas Review-Journal and one of the ‘Top Sports Bars in Las Vegas’ by Yahoo! Sports, Lagasse’s Stadium is revered by those who love to eat, drink and watch football. With more than 100 HD TVs including a 9 foot x 16 foot big screen, fans of the game never worry about missing the action. Those looking to make a few friendly wagers will be happy to know that The Palazzo’s race and sports book is available inside the venue.
Lagasse’s Stadium combines celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse’s signature cuisine and kicked up eats for the sports fan. Restaurant and bar hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, sportsbook and gaming lounge opens at 10 a.m. For luxury box and table reservations call 702.607.2665. Keep up with specials on Twitter @LagassesStadium and Facebook.com/LagassesStadium.