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This week it was announced that the M Resort Spa Casino in Henderson, Nevada will be opening a Las Vegas Raiders-themed restaurant on the property, featuring an array of different memorabilia from the team.
The restaurant will have 3,400 square feet of dining space in addition to two bars. It'll be dubbed the Raiders Tavern & Grill, and will feature 45 HDTVs and will feature 3,400 square feet of dining space. The Raiders just completed their first season in Las Vegas after moving from Oakland, California. The team finished with an 8-8 record and missed out on making the playoffs.
Commenting on the restaurant's launch M Resort General Manager Hussain Mahrous said, "We designed the Raiders Tavern & Grill to showcase the Las Vegas Raiders, and we're proud to bring our partnership with this iconic organization to a new level."
"We look forward to welcoming Raider fans, sports lovers and all of our future guests to an amazing food, beer and cocktail experience here at M Resort."
Raiders President Marc Badain added: "The M Resort has been a great environment for the players, coaches, alumni and staff, so when discussion began to lend our name to a restaurant, it just made sense to look right here."
"With the launch of the Raiders Tavern & Grill, fans and the public at large will be immersed in the Silver & Black experience through décor and memorabilia while enjoying great food, drinks and service."
No timeframe for the opening of the restaurant was available.