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Las Vegas: In-N-Out Burger and Canter’s Deli to go all in at Linq Promenade

Linq Promenade

The Linq Promenade, a dining, retail and entertainment district across the street from Caesars Palace, will add several new eateries this summer, including an In-N-Out Burger and Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips.

(Caesars Entertainment)

Two Southern California food institutions -- In-N-Out Burger and Canter’s Deli -- are coming to the Linq Promenade in Las Vegas this summer.

OK, there are other In-N-Outs in Vegas (16 in Nevada, the website says), but not one on the Strip until now. It’s cool news for burger-loving Angelenos and East Coast tourists who wonder what a Double Double is.

Linq Promenade

Soon Vegas visitors will be able to get their Double-Double fix on the Strip. In-N-Out Burger will open its first location along Las Vegas Boulevard this summer.

(Caesars Entertainment)

As for Canter’s Deli, the L.A. eatery takes a second run at making pastrami sandwiches a must-eat in Sin City. In 2003, it opened a deli inside TI Treasure Island, which closed in 2012.

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Now it will open a 24/7 location right near the entrance to the High Roller wheel.

More restaurants are coming too, including a fish-and-chips shop from Gordon Ramsay, the British chef, restaurateur and TV show host of “Hell’s Kitchen” and “MasterChef.”

Linq Promenade

Guests will enter Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips through replicas of English phone booths when the restaurant opens in summer (artist’s rendering shown here).

(Caesars Entertainment)

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips was supposed to start a year ago but is now set to open in late summer. Located just off the Strip entrance to the promenade, the takeaway-style shop will also serve other British favorites, including bangers-and-mash.

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Other new eateries coming to the Linq Promenade:

Amorino: Founded 14 years ago in Paris, this gelato maker expanded first to New York, then Chicago and now Vegas.

Purple Zebra: The second Vegas site for this self-serve daiquiri bar allows customers to mix and match from 30 different flavors. (Drinks available with and without alcohol.)

Virgil’s Real Barbecue: The Manhattan-based restaurant moves West, offering barbecue varieties from the Carolinas, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas.

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