Friday, October 2
at the Dallas Events Center
Showtime at 8pm | Doors open at 7pm
Purchase Tickets from $27 plus tax/fees
Special Concert Package offers for the show!
LAS VEGAS – Station Casinos announced today that it has expanded its partnership with Mancha Development Corporation to bring an additional four Coco’s Bakery Restaurants to Station Casinos’ properties including venues inside Palace Station, Boulder Station, Sunset Station and Texas Station. The popular 24-hour family dining restaurant made its Station Casinos debut in July with a successful opening inside Santa Fe Station and based on its immediate popularity with guests, the companies agreed to expand the relationship.
For more than 55 years, Coco’s Bakery and Restaurant has been serving up hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner specialties, but is probably best known for its bakeries that feature fresh baked pies, cakes, cookies, muffins and breads baked fresh daily at each location. Coco’s Bakery Restaurants will open at the four locations on or about: October 13 at Palace Station; October 27 at Boulder Station; November 10 at Sunset Station and December 1 at Texas Station. Coco’s will be located in the spaces formerly occupied by the Grand Café restaurants.
“When we considered bringing Coco’s into some of our casinos, we thought it would be a great fit with our existing dining offerings; but we wanted to gauge feedback from our guests at Santa Fe Station before we made a further commitment. Our guests made it clear from ‘day one’ that Coco’s was a winner,” Kevin Kelley, COO of Station Casinos said. “What’s most important to our guests is having a quality meal and a diverse menu at a great value and that’s at the core of the Coco’s brand.”
Coco’s Bakery Restaurant menu is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and features breakfast special such as the signature Mega Breakfast, the Angus Chicken-Fried Steak & Eggs and seasonal offerings, such as this summer’s strawberry-themed breakfast specials. Lunch and dinner offerings include an array of soup and salads, Angus burgers and steaks, fish and seafood, pasta, sandwiches and a “Fit and Lively” menu featuring a variety of menu items under 500 calories.
“There has been tremendous demand to expand Coco’s locations throughout Southern Nevada and by expanding our partnership with Station Casinos, it allows the community to access several convenient locations throughout the Valley to enjoy our restaurant and bakery,” said Vince Eupierre, chairman and CEO of Mancha Development Company.
Coco’s Bakery Restaurant is owned and operated by Mancha Development Company that owns 29 Denny’s locations, 44 Burger Kings and nine Coco’s locations throughout Nevada and Southern California. Mancha Development Company also owns and operates the six Denny’s locations inside Station Casinos’ Fiesta and Wildfire properties. Coco’s Bakery Restaurant has more than 100 locations throughout Arizona, California, Colorado and Nevada.
Station Casinos, Inc. is the leading provider of gaming and entertainment to the residents of Las Vegas, Nevada. Station’s properties are regional entertainment destinations and include various amenities, including numerous restaurants, entertainment venues, movie theaters, bowling and convention/banquet space, as well as traditional casino gaming offerings such as video poker, slot machines, table games, bingo and race and sports wagering. Station owns and operates Red Rock Casino Resort Spa, Palace Station Hotel & Casino, Boulder Station Hotel & Casino, Santa Fe Station Hotel & Casino, Wildfire Casino and Wild Wild West Gambling Hall & Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel and Fiesta Rancho Casino Hotel in North Las Vegas, Nevada, and Sunset Station Hotel & Casino, Fiesta Henderson Casino Hotel, Magic Star Casino, Gold Rush Casino and Lake Mead Lounge in Henderson, Nevada. Station also owns a 50% interest in Aliante Station, Green Valley Ranch Station Casino, Barley’s Casino & Brewing Company and The Greens in Henderson, Nevada and a 6.7% interest in the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Jacktoberfest, to be held this Saturday (October 3) poolside at the beautiful Sunset Station Hotel & Casino in Henderson, Nev., has none of the history but all the festivity of the real Oktoberfest, which concludes Sunday in Germany. So while the two events may seem antithetical (that means opposites), here’s a quick light-hearted comparison that proves that ingenuity can, in some cases, makes up for a lack of tradition.
“Although it’s not quite as big as the original Oktoberfest and only one day, Jacktoberfest drew a crowd of nearly 2,000 out-of-towners and locals last year,” said Sunset Station Marketing Manager Nathan J. Sorenson, who will temporarily proclaim German heritage during the five hours, from 3pm – 8pm, of Jacktoberfest. “Being the ‘City of Entertainment,’ we felt it necessary to throw a party for what has been the largest fair in the world, Oktoberfest. We just put our spin on the festival with what we feel appeals to the people of Las Vegas.”
So, in conclusion, Oktoberfest and Jacktoberfest are both splendid events. It’s just that one is half way across the globe in some place called Bavaria while Jacktoberfest is right in your neighborhood.
Hope to see you at Jacktoberfest!
October 1 – 3 at Bonkerz Comedy Club
One of the best acts of his kind ever with a very funny pace, clever material and presentation, and flawless delivery. Peter is a top-flight comic/ventriloquist with star quality who gives a clean, well-polished performance and knows just how to keep audiences laughing. His shows are always entertaining and well-received. Peter has appeared on Comedy Central and America’s Got Talent.
Special guest Nancy Ryan
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