Off The Strip Announces Opening at The LINQ Las Vegas

Off The Strip, a restaurant in Las Vegas since 2007, will be expanding to a 2 story, 11,000 square foot space at The LINQ this holiday season.

Brothers Tom Goldsbury and the late Chef Al Hubbard opened Off The Strip seven years ago when it got the attention of restaurant executive Andrew Belmonti as well as Caesars executives and James and Diane Cameron who all partnered up to bring the restaurant to its new location.

The restaurant will be open 24 hours and serves comfort food such as steaks, chops, seafood and pasta and a “Fresh and Fit” morning menu. It also has a cocktail list and craft beers.


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Goldsbury states that their food is “homegrown fare” and that they aim to “make sure everyone is having a great meal with us”.

Indoor and outdoor seating on the Promenade will be available while the décor will be contemporary with the kitchen as the centerpiece on the first floor and 15’ ceilings.

Guests who dine at Off The Strip at The LINQ will have access to the hotel and casino and The High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel. 

For more details about the opening and the restaurant, visit


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