The chic new space is meant to provide a "garden oasis" outside of the casino.
The reality star restaurateur celebrated the opening of Vanderpump Cocktail Garden in Caesars Palace on Saturday, marking the latest addition to her restaurant empire that includes SUR, PUMP, and TomTom in West Hollywood, and Villa Blanca in Beverly Hills.
The decor of the establishment is similar to that of SUR—which is the setting of her hit spinoff show Vanderpump Rules—with dramatic light fixtures and indoor foliage meant to provide a “garden oasis.” Vanderpump also decorated a section of the wall with photographs of herself, her family and her dogs through the years.
In addition to a wide selection of specialty cocktails—like the purple “Giggy Tonic”, a nod to Vanderpump’s beloved Pomeraniam—the bar will offer a menu of appetizers, including the famous goat cheese balls that have become a fixture at SUR.
Vanderpump, 58, and her husband Ken Todd, 73, have owned more than 35 restaurants and bars during their career in hospitality, which began in London in the 1980s. “I’ve always had a passion for entertaining,” she recently told PEOPLE. “I love that whole feeling of making guests feel special and creating a beautiful ambience and that parlays through the whole space.”
Also in attendance at the opening over the weekend was the rest of the cast of Vanderpump Rules, fellow Housewives stars Camille Grammer and Joyce Giraud, and Vanderpump’s longtime friend Lance Bass.