Rock & Brews, the national hospitality concept co-founded by legendary KISS front men and Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons celebrated the groundbreaking of their new Rock & Brews Restaurant and Concert Bar, slated to open next spring within the ilani Casino Resort in Ridgefield, Washington.
With a passion for music at its core, Rock & Brews provides a high-energy atmosphere complete with rock ‘n’ roll playlists, quality handcrafted American food, craft rocktails and an unrivaled beer selection. The Cowlitz Indian Tribe’s partnership with Rock & Brews will put the rock ‘n’ roll-inspired concept center stage at ilani casino resort, enabling the expansion of live music and events while providing a great new dining option.
The new 10,000 sq. ft space will feature 15 LED screens and a vast performance stage to host local artists and well-known national acts. It will also include two full-service bars serving up 24 local and craft beers on tap, in addition to countertop gaming, a large dance area and a prime location adjacent to ilani’s main casino floor. Rendering available here.
While the ‘Concert Bar’ concept is a first-of-its-kind for Rock & Brews, the franchise is no stranger to the restaurant, casino, or Native gaming industries. Since its inception in 2010, Rock & Brews has grown into a franchise with 23 locations in California, Florida, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, and Wisconsin. Earlier this year, the team opened new restaurants in Plantation, FL and San Antonio, TX. And, over recent years, Rock & Brews has remained focused on growing its casino footprint, which already includes high-profile locations at Rock & Brews Casino Braman, Yaamava’ Resort & Casino, Rolling Hills Casino, and Potawatomi Hotel Casino Milwaukee, with more on the way.