The Las Vegas wedding chapel has been making a big splash lately.
It’s been the subject of much speculation, including a rumor that its owners will be selling it in 2017.
Today, the owner of the chapel told the Daily Mail that the chapel will remain in business and its future is uncertain.
The Las Venancios website says the chapel is now being maintained by the church, and the chapel’s website states that it was built in the 1800s by a group of “gentlemen who loved to dance.”
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the chapel was designed by architect Robert Graves and is the third-largest chapel in the country.
Its interior is filled with artwork, and its website notes that its walls and ceilings are made of “glittering, shimmering silver.”
The chapel’s interior features a massive, golden arched ceiling, and it has a chapel-like feel, according to the Review-Jouan, adding that the chalice is “notched to resemble a sword and shield.”
A new Las Vegas restaurant is opening this month in the chapel.
The restaurant will feature a dining room with a “sketchy” décor and will feature “a variety of culinary offerings,” according to its website.
The website of the newly opened restaurant includes a photo of a man sitting in a table with a bottle of champagne, which is the same bottle of wine that the man in the photo is seen with.
It also notes that the restaurant is open Monday through Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m to 3 p.y.