Caesars Forum Food Hall adds another celebrity chef dining option

Caesars Forum Food Hall adds Chicken Guy, photo provided by Caesars Entertainment
Caesars Forum Food Hall adds Chicken Guy, photo provided by Caesars Entertainment /

Although the Bacchanal Buffet offers the ultimate food extravaganza at Caesars Palace, the Forum Food Hall offers those quick bites that satisfy particular cravings. Another celebrity chef dining option has joined the mix. Hungry for that taste of Chicken Guy?

The popular quick service restaurant from Guy Fieri has flocked to Caesars Forum Food Hall. Featuring the brand’s signature chicken offerings, flavorful sauces, and scrumptious shakes, the newest restaurant to hit the Las Vegas property will quickly become a fan favorite.

As Guy Fieri said in a statement, “I’m always tellin’ people to Go Big or Go Home…and let me tell ya, opening the first Chicken Guy! in Las Vegas at the granddaddy of them all, Caesars Palace, is goin’ big, in my book. Caesars Palace is a truly iconic location, so it’s only fitting that we’re bringing the best real deal chicken tenders, sandwiches and shakes anywhere to The Strip!”

This opening comes after Caesars Palace announced that another Bobby Flay restaurant would overtake the former Homestead space. In addition, Caesars Entertainment will be opening another Guy Fieri restaurant, Flavortown Sports Kitchen at the Horseshoe.

Chicken Guy comes to Caesars Forum Food Hall
Chicken Guy added to Caesars Forum Food Hall, photo provided by Caesars Entertainment /

The Guy Fieri partnership has proven lucrative for the Caesars Entertainment group. While many people seek out those Triple D locations on that road trip, they are equally as interested in enjoying Fieri’s food at his many restaurants. From Trash Can Nachos to trying all 22 of those Chicken Guy sauces, there are many reasons to place an order.

Adding Chicken Guy to the Forum Food Hall is a smart move not only for the quick service restaurant option but also for its Caesars Eats program. While some people enjoy that quick bite before a show or in between stops at the blackjack table, sometimes guests prefer to satisfy cravings in the privacy of their rooms. Those Flavortown Shakes can be even sweeter when sipped lounging in bed.

As travel surveys have shown, travelers are often willing to enjoy a few more over the top offerings while escaping from the daily grind. More importantly, they may prefer to keep those indulgences confined to their own private moment.

Chicken Guy is now open at Caesars Forum Food Hall. Additional offerings include Bobby’s Burgers, Halal Guys, and more.