Saturday, July 25, 2009

Cabo Wabo in Planet Hollywood

http://www.lasvegasweekly.com/blogs/luxe-life/2009/jul/17/sammy-hagar-prepares-open-cabo-wabo-planet-hollywo

July 17, 2009
Sammy Hagar prepares to open Cabo Wabo in Planet Hollywood
By Robin Leach

It’s now been officially confirmed! As Vegas DeLuxe first reported, rocker Sammy Hagar is bringing his Cabo Wabo Cantina this fall to center Strip, replacing Trader Vic’s in Planet Hollywood. It will be a two-level, 15,000-square-foot nightclub and restaurant -- and, as Sammy himself says, he’s ready to rock Las Vegas Cabo-style!

“It will be a hard rockin’ dining and nightlife experience,” Sammy commented. “Just as Cabo Wabo Cantina transformed Cabo San Lucas from a sleepy Mexican town into a major tourism and party destination, this new Vegas offshoot will have the same vibrancy and laid-back attitude. We’ll have live music and coastal Mexican fare served up as an all-day, all-night party at a price that won’t break the budget.”

The interior of Cabo Wabo.

Obviously, Cabo Wabo will be laced with Sammy's favorite spirit, tequila, with an array of margaritas! “I am ecstatic to finally introduce Las Vegas to the Cabo Wabo lifestyle,” said its Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and founder. “The cantina’s fun-loving, fiesta atmosphere will bring a rock and roll vibe to the heart of the Strip like people have never seen before.”

Cabo Wabo Cantina in Planet Hollywood’s Miracle Mile will be the flagship U.S. location. The original opened in Cabo San Lucas nearly 20 years ago.

Robin Leach has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past decade giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground.

— From Vegas Deluxe

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