01 Apr 2021
by michelle.ng | News, Nightclub Events
Joining the star-studded lineup of mega clubs in the music scene is non-other that Singapore’s hard hitter – Zouk. Constantly ranking in the top 10 on DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs, Singapore’s flagship club has set its sights on the Las Vegas Strip, joining fellow clubs like Hakkasan, Omnia, Marquee, and Tao Nightclub.
The Zouk Group, which also owns and operates a host of other F&B brands, will be bringing all their best concepts across the seas in their most ambitious venture yet this summer. Expect only the “best of brands accumulated over the past years”, as shared by Mr Andrew Li, the Chief Executive of The Zouk Group.
Working towards a summer launch this year, the iconic Zouk dancefloor will be recreated in Resorts World Las Vegas, which sits on the north end of the Strip. RedTail, Zouk’s social gaming bar, will also be bringing the retro vibes with their games, premium drinks, and delectable shared plates.
From Zouk Genting’s Fuhu – a self-proclaimed “vibe dining” concept that marriages a high-energy immersive experience with contemporary Asian cuisine will be heading to Vegas too. Overseen by Demon Chef Alvin Leung, Fuhu will serve up modern classic Chinese dishes, including Fuhu roasted duck with truffle morel sauce, Boston lobster noodle, duck essence porridge, and a cocktail menu prepared in unique glassware for each drink.
Bringing along a piece of the idyllic island life, the AYU dayclub is an all-day, outdoor venue inspired by the chill beach clubs peppered amongst the Southeast Asia islands.
Joining them is Famous Foods Streets Eats, aimed at the gastronomes who appreciate their food. The culinary marketplace is curated with Michelin-graded cuisines and Asian hawker favorites, with 16 stalls helmed by top chefs. We also heard that there might even be a hidden speakeasy, featuring a curated mixology menu.
Both the Zouk Group and Resorts World Las Vegas are working towards a launch this summer despite the uncertainties of the pandemic. Mr Li says: "When you look at places like China and Taiwan, where they've things under control, life is back to normal, and you see that people crave social interaction and entertainment.
"After all this pent-up frustration from the pandemic, it will be a great time to open... This world-class property is new and ready to welcome back people to Las Vegas."
Very soon, we might be able to Mambo Jambo even in Vegas!
Zouk targets to open their doors in Las Vegas in Summer 2021.