While the final hours of 2020 were pretty quiet for most, those in Las Vegas still found time to (safely) turn up and ring in the new year – including Mike Tyson and former “Entourage” star, Jeremy Piven.
Tyson and Piven were given the full V.I.P. treatment over the weekend at the newest hot spot in downtown Las Vegas, the Circa Resort & Casino. Starting off 2021 in style, the stars enjoyed all Circa had to offer while sampling the amenities from the downtown gem.
We’re told Mike Tyson had actually visited Circa the night before New Year’s, and was so impressed with the joint he made sure to plan his NYE festivities at the property, which is owned by casino mogul, Derek Stevens.
On NYE, Piven and Tyson, along with their entourage, enjoyed a delicious meal at Barry’s Downtown Prime, Circa’s signature steakhouse that is co-owned by chef Barry Dakake.
For starters, the celebs enjoyed a seafood platter with lobster bisque. They then shared family-style Tomahawk steaks, salmon, Dover sole, and a side of the famous lobster mac ‘n cheese. The meal was topped off with cheesecake and sorbet, which we’re told Tyson loved.
After dinner, Tyson and Piven were given a full tour of Circa, which included checking out the world’s largest pool amphitheater, Stadium Swim. They then hit Vegas Vickie’s cocktail lounge to hang with Derek Stevens and his wife, Nicole.
We’re told the two stars attracted a ton of attention from excited fans who stopped for pictures and social-distanced conversations.
Tyson and Piven ended their night at Circa’s private club on the 60th floor. Legacy Club is touted as “an elegant club lounge that pays tribute to Las Vegas’ founding fathers, providing breathtaking views of the city on their rooftop patio.”
Circa Resort & Casino has been attracting a ton of celebs since its recent opening, including UFC’s Dana White, who stopped in during New Year’s weekend. As we reported, Dennis Quaid also paid a visit recently during a break from filming his upcoming biopic, “Reagan.”