Harmon Corner is becoming a very busy destination on the Vegas Strip. The property next to Planet Hollywood and across from the Cosmopolitan continues to bring new tenants that are attracting more visitors. This isn’t a casino or a venue with an abundance of unique attractions. Rather Harmon Corner is next to the Miracle Mile Shops and made up of mostly fair-priced restaurants that appeal to a broad audience.
Harmon Corner isn’t a part of Planet Hollywood or the Miracle Mile Shops, but it feels as though it’s a part of both. The mini-mall is attached to both but considered separate as each business on the three-floor property must be accessed from outside. Many are familiar with Harmon Corner because of the overflowing popularity of the Taco Bell Cantina.
Some may be familiar with this retail outlet because of the massive video screen that sits above a two-level Walgreens. It’s difficult to these ads if you’re in the area. The screen is just that huge.
In addition to these businesses, Harmon Corner is home to an indoor/outdoor Bubba Gump and Rainforest Cafe. Harmon Corner is home to more than just restaurants and a convenience store. It’s home to a wellness bar, tattoo shop, rope climbing, a Vegas gift shop, and more. This may not be the fanciest place in Las Vegas but Harmon Corner has a lot of restaurants, retail shops, and attractions.
This summer, Harmon Corner will be adding a new bar and restaurant that should complement the other venues.
Sugar Factory American Brasserie
Sugar Factory American Brasserie is coming to Harmon Corner this summer. The newest location for the eatery will be a multi-level bar and restaurant with a variety of access points. This location will have three stories of indoor and outdoor seating. There will also be a walk-up goblet bar that is accessible from the pedestrian bridge on Las Vegas Blvd and Harmon Ave.
As you’d imagine Sugar Factory will also have a whimsical candy retail store. The last somewhat strange attraction will be a fully operable, candy dots rock climbing wall.
The new Sugar Factory American Brasserie is no joke. The 14,000 square foot restaurant will feature plenty of seating options:
- 230 seats indoors
- A 36-seat entry-level bar
- A 30-seat carousel bar on the mezzanine level
- Another 30-seat outdoor patio fitted with fire pits that overlook the Las Vegas Strip
Upon entering this Sugar Factory, diners will be greeted by a specialty goblet bar. The bar is overlooked by the second-floor dining room, carousel bar, and outdoor patio. On the third level, guests will find a large indoor dining room, a candy store featuring more than 500 types of candy, and that amazing candy dots rock climbing wall.
“Las Vegas is where Sugar Factory first originated and we couldn’t be happier to be opening in a new reimagined location that is centrally located on The Strip,” said Charissa Davidovici, owner. “From our photo op walls to our staff, every element at Sugar Factory is designed to give guests a memorable experience from the minute they walk in to the minute they leave.”
Sugar Factory American Brasserie has another location on the north end of the Vegas Strip at the Fashion Show Mall. If you’re on Tik Tok you’ve probably seen videos of the massive smokey candy-fashioned cocktails.
Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.