The Las Vegas Strip is a 24 hour place.
I would love to know the story behind places such as these, which can close at night. Do they sell that many twinkees in the daytime that they do not need to stay open? And why don't they turn the neon OPEN sign off?
This location is between the MGM Grand and Planet Hollywood. I imagine that it is just being held by the landowner until the inevitable purchase and destruction of some of the last small places on The Strip.
As a related note; probably the most successful business on The Las Vegas Strip which is not open 24 hours is the Trump Sales office. Which leads me to wonder...since The Frontier is closing in 2 weeks, how much longer wil the Trump Sales Office (right next to The Frontier) remain?