New Sugar Factory American Brasserie Features Restaurant and Dining Room in Planet Hollywood
Hollywood’s hottest stars lit-up Las Vegas as Sugar Factory American Brasserie made its grand debut in March, 2011 at Paris Las Vegas (Photo credit: Denise Truscello).
Thousands of fans lined the world-famous Las Vegas Strip hoping to catch a glimpse of the packed celebrity roster Sugar Factory had in store.
Kim Kardashian unveiled Sugar Factory’s 125-carat, one-of-a-kind, diamond-studded Couture Pop. Reality television star and Las Vegas local Holly Madison, along with friends and co-stars Laura Croft and Josh Strickland, stepped onto the sweetest red carpet in Sin City as well.
Madison wore one of her own personally-designed “Holly Madison” Sugar Factory candy necklaces. Whitney Port celebrated her 26th birthday at the grand opening of the restaurant. Kardashian and her sister Jenner sipped on Sugar Factory’s frozen hot chocolates, while Port celebrated her birthday with Dom Perignon champagne, dark chocolate mousse cake and cheeseburger sliders.
Hip-hop artist Drake and NFL star Reggie Bush enjoyed the finest of what Sugar Factory American Brasserie has to offer. Both enjoyed the steak frites dish and sipped on the ‘Passion Punch’ cocktail and Dom Perignon champagne, followed by Sugar Factory’s stunning, $1,000 ‘Chocolate Gold’ fondue complete with 24-carat, gold-coated chocolate flown in from the Dominican Republic.
Sugar Factory American Brasserie made its highly-anticipated debut at Paris Las Vegas on Friday, March 4. The 30,000-square-foot space will house an expansive restaurant and dining room, retail store, decadent Chocolate Lounge and more as it serves up delicious cuisine to patrons 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information, visit http://www.SugarFactory.com
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