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Treasure Island Announces Additional Venue Reopenings; Seafood Shack and Gilley’s Restaurant Back in Business

Treasure Island Announces Additional Venue Reopenings; Seafood Shack and Gilley’s Restaurant Back in Business

Treasure Island Las Vegas announced reopenings of additional on-property venues, including restaurants Seafood Shack and Gilley’s Bar-B-Que. Seafood Shack will welcome guests to dine-in starting Thursday, June 25, while Gilley’s Bar-B-Que will open the following week on Thursday, July 2. Several other restaurant reopenings throughout the month follow the wider property’s initial reopening in early-June.

Seafood Shack will operate Thursday through Sunday from 5 to 10 p.m. It’s adjoining Mojito Bar will operate on the same days from 4 to 11 p.m. Specials offered include: $10 House Muddled or Mermaid Mojitos; $12 House Muddled Strawberry, Pineapple, Raspberry or Mango Margaritas; $10 You-Call-It drinks and $8 16 oz. draft beer. Guests can also enjoy several beer bucket selections for $30.

Gilley’s Bar-B-Que, opening its doors July 2, will operate Thursday through Sunday from 4 to 11 p.m. with a limited menu and its adjoining Saloon will remain open on Friday and Saturday from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Gilley’s Dance Hall remains closed until further notice.

Additional restaurants and venues that have reopened in the month of June include: Malena’s Yogurt Plus, which serves gourmet yogurt, waffles, crepes, ice cream sandwiches and cookies, and casual dine-in venue The Coffee Shop located just off the casino floor.

Treasure Island officially reopened on June 4, 2020 following its temporary closure amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Since reopening, TI has put forth policies and procedures that ensure employees and guests remain as safe as possible. Details about health and safety policies may be accessed at treasureisland.com/COVID-19.