Friday, August 7, 2015

WIN WIN Life Is Beautiful Tickets By Park On Fremont

Free is beautiful! Every Monday leading up to the 2015 Life is Beautiful festival, Park on Fremont will give guests the opportunity to win passes to this year’s event with the launch of a social media contest beginning Monday, Aug. 10.

To enter the competition, guests must order the lobster roll, a secret menu item offered exclusively on Mondays, priced at $15. Participants must then take a photo with the lobster roll in front of Park on Fremont’s neon “F*cking Beautiful” sign, located in the back patio garden. Guests must post the photo to their Instagram account, use the hashtag #ParkisBeautiful and tag Park on Fremont by using its handle, @parkonfremont. Entries will be reviewed, and winners will be chosen weekly.

This year’s Life is Beautiful festival will be headlined by Stevie Wonder, Imagine Dragon and Kendrick Lamar, and will also include performances from Duran Duran, Hozier, Snoop Dogg and Weezer. The three-day festival begins on Friday, Sept. 25 and concludes on Sunday, Sept. 27.

ABOUT PARK ON FREMONT
Located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, Park on Fremont brings a laid-back vibe to Fremont Street and provides guests with a picturesque setting to enjoy a variety of small plates, entrees and specialty cocktails. The eclectic décor and outdoor patios are a sight to be seen and include a vibrant back patio garden and artwork created from eroded items such as a Cinderella-style carriage. The front patio offers an unobstructed view of Fremont Street, providing the ideal setting for an enjoyable evening on the town. Park on Fremont’s menu features savory small plates such as Mac and Cheese balls and Fried Pickles, as well as larger entrees such as the Fried Chicken and Waffle Sandwich and the Philly Mac and Cheese Steak. The drink menu boasts a wide variety of both craft and draft beers as well as handcrafted cocktails served in mason jars.

Park on Fremont is open daily from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Brunch is available on Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. More information is available at www.parkonfremont.com, on Facebook, Twitter, and  www.OpenTable.com.

1 comment:

  1. Park on Fremont used to excite me but it has become a place I refuse to eat. I was feeding a homeless person outside of their restaurant and did not realized I was parked in their parking lot. An attendant came up and asked if we were going to pay the $20 to park there. I said we were feeding a homeless man and we would be out in just a second. We were done and getting in our car to leave as I said to my boyfriend, "who pays $20 for parking anyway?!" And that's when the attendant called me a fckng bitch.... I said a few choice words back but decided to leave and call the manager.

    I called the restaurant, asked for the manager, and was put on the line with Brett. After explaining that the attendant had cursed at me, he reiterated that it was $20 to park for 4 hours and that they don't promote feeding homeless people outside of their restaurant. 😐 that's disgusting especially considering how many homeless people we have in Las Vegas and what restaurants could be doing for them.. I will never go back there and I'm sick to my stomach just thinking of how that "manager" feels about people less fortunate than himself.

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