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Rock & Reilly’s Irish Pub Opens at LAX and Las Vegas

April 19, 2017 Industry News
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Rock & Reilly’s Irish Pub, famous for their world-class whiskey selection and celebrity sightings, announced the opening of its newest locations at Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 1 and on the iconic Las Vegas Strip.  Rock & Reilly’s also announces breaking ground at the University of Southern California.

Inside the LAX Southwest Terminal 1, “Reilly’s” gives travelers a reason to arrive to the airport early.  The classy establishment provides a humorous escape for passing the time—the perfect excuse to “accidently” miss your flight. Meanwhile, Rock & Reilly’s Las Vegas takes center stage on the Vegas Strip located directly across the Aria Hotel & Casino and City Center.  In true Vegas fashion, the upscale Irish rock pub is open twenty-four hours a day and offers an all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. The 6,700-square foot indoor/outdoor location will feature live music, games and the largest selection of whiskey on the strip.

Rock & Reilly’s USC is slated to open for the 2017 Fall semester.  Complete with an outdoor patio, the 6,000-square foot on-campus location will conveniently provide students and alumni the perfect headquarters to celebrate their Trojan pride.

The new Rock & Reilly’s Irish Pub addresses:

LAX: Terminal 1, 100 World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Las Vegas: 3743 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

USC: Unit 8A-1 3201 S. Hoover St. LA, CA 90089

In Los Angeles, Rock & Reilly’s is quickly becoming a stalwart business. With their flagship pub on the heart of the legendary Sunset Strip and a second location Downtown, the new LAX and USC locations total four Rock & Reilly’s within the City of Angels. In addition to their Los Angeles and Las Vegas locations, Rock & Reilly’s is enjoying success with their Park City and New York City establishments, with additional venues forthcoming.

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