Beer Park, located at Paris Las Vegas, will celebrate its highly-anticipated grand opening with the world famous Budweiser Clydesdales leading off a countdown to the Big Game. Starting at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 30, the legendary horses will take their first trot down Las Vegas Boulevard to commemorate the occasion.
The procession will culminate at the entryway to Beer Park in front of Paris Las Vegas, where Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow will present an official proclamation, and will join representatives from Beer Park, Caesars Entertainment and Anheuser-Busch to tap the first keg.
The Clydesdales will also be available for photo opportunities from noon to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 31 in front Beer Park, on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard in front of the Paris Las Vegas valet.
Beer Park will be the Las Vegas Strip’s first rooftop bar and grill, complete with an outdoor grill; picnic tables; more than 100 draft, can and bottle beer selections including 36 beers; wine; and craft beer cocktails on tap. All-American cuisine will be served from the menu and from roaming carts serving concession-style offerings, as well as meats and other foods prepared on a custom-made Budweiser Beechwood Grill. Beer Park will be a hub for sports viewing, with an array of TVs throughout the venue, giving each seat optimum views. Inspired by “a day at the park,” spiral staircase leads to the upper level, revealing an open-air “park,” designed to bring people together through seating that encourages social interaction, including communal picnic tables; and a grassy lawn to play classic bar games including pool, bean bag toss and darts. Beer Park is owned and operated by Beer Park, LLC (not by Anheuser-Busch).