The Sahara is moving to evict the NASCAR Cafe from its Strip-front property, but the roller-coaster operator is fighting back. The 1,750-room hotel notified the roller coaster and restaurant operator, Dyer Ventures that it wants the property vacated by Monday. Gordon Gaming Corp., holding company for the 51-year-old Sahara, wrote Dyer on April 22 outlining nonmonetary defaults in the property's 25-year lease.
The Sahara updated its facade and built the restaurant and Speed: The Ride coaster in 2000.
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