Ivan Kane’s Forty Deuce Café and Speakeasy, featuring both dining and a burlesque component, will open by the end of the year in Easton Town Center.
Forty Deuce, the second in the United States, will be in Easton’s $500 million expansion currently under construction in the northeast area of the property, according to a press release sent March 13 from Easton officials. It would be the third, but one in Las Vegas has closed.
The venue will feature a 3,500-square-foot bistro and bar, to be open lunch through late-night hours daily.
The speakeasy, meanwhile, will be tucked away in 3,000 square feet of space, offering burlesque theater, live music, DJ-spun musicand dancing.
It will be open Thursday through Saturday nights, plus select dates, according to a news release today, March 13.
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