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5 New Restaurants and Bars to Try in Las Vegas

Certified Open tracks some of the smaller restaurants that open in Las Vegas. See a new restaurant that deserves some love? Email vegas@eater.com.

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Las Vegas is home to many new restaurants, and some of the smaller ones that open with less than a shebang go unnoticed. Here's a look at four of the new smaller restaurants that opened in the last month and one that relocated all over the Las Vegas Valley.

Veggie%20House%20Vegetarian%20Restaurant.jpg1. Veggie House Vegetarian Restaurant
Where: 5115 Spring Mountain Road
What: Vegetarians and vegans have a new spot for Chinese varieties of their favorite dishes. Try the roti with curry sauce, the crispy eggplant, the veggie dumplings or the crispy "beef" and General Tzao's "chicken."
Phone: 702-431-5802
Players%20Club%20Cropped.jpg2. The Players Club LV
What: This new bar serves up tradition American fare along with the usual selection of beers, wines and spirits,
Where: 75 S. Stephanie St., Henderson
What: Phone: 702-979-9777
Hi%20Scores%20Bar%20Arcade.jpg3. HI-Scores Bar-Arcade
Where: 65 S. Stephanie St., Henderson
What: Sup on craft beers and handcrafted cocktails while playing retro video games or pinball.
Phone: 702-522-7766
Suzuya.jpg4. Suzuya Pastries & Crepes
Where: 7225 S Durango Drive
What: Japanese pastries in the form of crepes and such make their way into this new bakery. Try the tofu cheesecake, the coconut chiffon cake or the crepes made with homemade ice cream.
Phone: 702-432-1990
Pho%20Bosa.jpg5. Pho Bosa
Where: 3355 Spring Mountain Road
What: Pho Bosa is not new, just a reincarnation of Bosa 1, moved closer to the Strip. This Vietnamese restaurant serves up Bun Bo Hue (a spicy beef soup), Bun Rieu (tofu crab soup), Nem Nuong Cuon (a healthy spring roll in soft rice paper with grilled pork and shrimp), short ribs with broken rice and of course, now pho.
Phone: 702-418-1931
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