Four Seasons Las Vegas to Open New Lobby Lounge

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Al fresco on the brain? We are itching to get back outdoors, and it seems Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas agrees. We hear the luxury hotel will open Press this spring, a new indoor/outdoor concept serving up a variety of food and drink. Press is slated to open in April.

We are excited to see the play on indoor/outdoor, with oversized windows, glass doors and two large gas fire pits. There will also be sofa seating overlooking the hotel's private pool. 

An all-day establishment, Press will transition from social hub in the morning serving roasted coffees and fresh juices, to afternoon leisure center with market salads, paninis and frosty beers, to chic pre-dinner cocktail spot, with 16 wines by the glass, craft beer and speakeasy cocktails. A small plate menu will serve up seasonal foods while late night snacks include chocolate truffles, ice cream truck favorites and night caps. 

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For more information visit www.fourseasons.com/lasvegas.

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