FORGET BAR RESCUE! THE NEW GIPSY NIGHTCLUB, WILL HAVE A SWIMMING POOL! EXCLUSIVE! | Gay Vegas
You may hold seen Gipsy Nightclub faced on Spike TV's Bar Rescue. Basically, bar owner Paul San Filipo asked the demonstrate to design his cabaret that was urgently in need of a revamp, to say the least. Paul, who is also the proprietor of Piranha Nightclub, was not contented at all with Bar Rescues redesign. The pretence was filled with drama whether libber was firing employees, screaming for a cocktail or demanding more JANET JACKSON, he gave the network what they wanted! When the new lodge was revealed with its new family SBLV, which sounds thomas more like an STD than a clubs name... the employees literally started crying because the legendary rommany sign was gone.
Gypsy Nightclub Las Vegas is now closed.
Gipsy Las Vegas closed in 2014 and was once a conspicuous gay cabaret in Las Vegas. Location: 4605 Paradise Rd.(702) 731-1919Get directions See their website Hours: 9 p.m. Cover: extricated before 10 p.m., aft depends on nighttime Age: 21 and over Dress Code: Upscale casual, but truly anything goes. What it’s suchlike Perhaps the virtually popular gay nine in Las Vegas, however, Krave is cutting in on the action.
Gipsy owner tears down 'Bar Rescue' rehab for new dayclub/nightclub concept - Las Vegas Weekly
Paul San Filipo, portrayed on the pretence as a drunk, debt-addled, dramatic proprietor—“I gave them enough rope to hang me with,” he says with a laugh, claiming he went along with an exaggerated narrative—is drastically remaking Gipsy. Inside, the interior is almost completely gutted; location are large holes in the ceiling and frontal wall; and a lake has been dug out conscionable feet away from part Road. It’s slated to reopen this summer as a dayclub and ultralounge, the exclusively gay-oriented guild of its kind in Las Vegas.