Comings and goings: Eve may get new life

The 3-month-old Viper Vixens at O’Sheas is already out of that showroom. You’ll now have to resort to bringing your own katana to the Spearmint Rhino and paying extra to have a stripper wave it at you.

Meanwhile, the recently closed Eve at Crystals may get new life. Landry’s, parent company of the Golden Nugget, recently stepped in to buy a percentage of beleaguered restaurant Beso. As part of that deal, Steven L. Scheinthal, executive vice president of Landry’s, said they will work to reopen the club.

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