|February 23, 2017 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm|
Hatari Restaurant and Sports Bar Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting (No subject)
3528 S. Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89169
Thu 2/23/17 - Thu 2/23/17 4:00 - 4:30 pm
What makes a sports bar great is the emphasis on sports. Without it, it’s like an escalator that doesn’t move; it’s useless! Hatari will make sure you remember what a true sports bar is like, thanks to dozens and dozens of large TV screens streaming the most popular local and international sports games. Basketball, football, UFC, boxing, and even South American/European soccer games are all on the menu.
Speaking of the menu; Hatari’s restaurant side will simply floor you. They will provide not only improved versions of traditional bar food choices like burgers, pizza, and wings, but signature items like Queso Fundido with Carne Asada; Cajun Chicken and Shrimp Pasta; Hatari Venezuelan Burger, Indian Samosas, and New York Strip Steak with the original Hatari sauce. Also, Hatari will be the only sports bar to boast a tandoor oven. A clay oven, the tandoor allows Hatari’s chefs to cook delicious ethnic dishes like Chicken Tikka, Tandoori Lobster, and Naan. A sports bar menu wouldn’t be complete without a drink menu. Hatari offers 99 cent beer as well as the requisite cocktails, wines, dessert drinks, and much more.
Moreover, Hatari’s Sports Bar and Restaurant offers plenty of entertainment aside from all the sports action. A large stage will feature live bands, DJs, live comedy shows, the always fun (and sometimes embarrassing) karaoke, and more. Hatari also has special nights devoted to different music tastes. Salsa night will capture your Latin hearts while 70s night will bring back the funk.
Hatari’s Restaurant and Sports Bar will become your new favorite location for watching the game, hanging out with friends and family, enjoying tasty foods, and just having a great time. Opening in The Boulevard in Las Vegas, Hatari takes the traditional sports bar motif and enhances it. It’s no surprise with the vast improvements to The Boulevard; Hatari will be unlike any sports bar in Las Vegas. With a name that means “dangerous” in Swahili, it’s certainly worth a visit.