The new and improved 22,000-square-foot restaurant sits at the epicenter of Sin City’s finest dining, shopping and nightlife, located in Fashion Show Mall, across the street from Wynn Las Vegas.
“It’s an unbelievable location and you’ve got pretty much everything here,” Disick said.
Disick began the evening on the red carpet before entering through the restaurant’s main level, where he stopped at the confectionary for a treat. Sugar Factory’s extraordinary candy store features every sweet, savory and sour candy imaginable with over 500 different types of candies, gelato, ice cream and milkshakes to choose from.
Disick and his children Mason and Penelope, checked out the white and gold mini carousel upstairs before he broke away to take photos with screaming fans on the sideline.
Disick finished out the evening in the luxurious Chocolate Lounge, indulging in Sugar Factory’s signature menu items. He munched on the Signature Burger, the Chocolate Fondue and washed it down with the newest chocolate drinks, including the Frozen Chocolate Bacon S’mores and Frozen White Chocolate Rock Candy Grasshopper. He loved the new signature items, but also recommended first timers to try some of his old favorites.
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“There’s a lot of good stuff. The chicken parmesan is really good and their spaghettis are really good, but I’m obsessed with this one salad that has salami and pepperoni and almost feels like you’re eating a pizza without the crust. It’s a really enjoyable dish,” Disick said.
Sugar Factory is the perfect setting for a first date, a boys night out or even family dinner. With an assorted menu of delicious food, drinks and sweet treats, there’s something on the menu to accommodate everyone.
“I always enjoyed coming here for years, but now that I have kids it makes it even more fun because they get to have all the different foods and candies they want.”
Sugar Factory Fashion Show
3200 S. Las Vegas Blvd #1240
Las Vegas NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Mondays – Thursdays 11 am – 11 pm
Fridays 10 am – 12 Midnight
Saturdays 9 am – 12 Midnight
Sundays 9 am – 11 pm