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December 18, 2018

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Sports bar The Still to open at the Mirage in March

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The Still, a restaurant that will aim to quench thirsts, satisfy palates and serve as the ultimate man cave and sports destination, is set to open in March at the Mirage.

The Still, a project by Clique Hospitality (Clique Bar & Lounge at the Cosmopolitan, Hearthstone and Salute at Red Rock Resort) will mix approachable and classic food served from the kitchen of an 8,000-square-foot Airstream trailer.

The vehicle, known for its silver shape, will be the first of its kind in a Las Vegas restaurant and serve as an interior design element of The Still.

“The best food I’ve ever had has come from an Airstream trailer,” said Clique Hospitality founder Andy Masi in a news release today.

The Still will have a centrally located bar with craft cocktails, but the spotlight of the beverage program will be on its extensive domestic and imported beer selection.

Along with draft beers, more than 50 global craft beers will be available to pair with meals. The menu includes street tacos, sliders and appetizers, among them flounder fish and chips with black truffle tartar sauce, oysters and lobster rolls.

Interior designer Alessandro Munge, the mastermind behind nearby 1 OAK, created the rustic-style space of The Still.

Mirage Vice President of Food and Beverage Julian Griffiths said, “The Still will be a great experience where our guests can kick back and have fun.

“Whether it’s playing billiards or shuffleboard, grabbing a drink with friends, enjoying a late-night snack or watching a sporting event, the bar will be the ultimate hangout hotspot at our resort.”

Masi concluded, “To say that we’re ecstatic to be working with MGM Resorts is a massive understatement. The Mirage is iconic, and we’re thrilled that we get to add to its lore.”

Don Chareunsy is the Las Vegas Sun’s entertainment and luxury senior editor and has been a journalist for nearly two decades.

Robin Leach of “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous” fame has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past 15 years giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground.

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