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4 Brand-Spanking New Restaurants To Try in 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 recently all over the Las Vegas Valley.

Soul%20Food%20Cafe.jpgSoul Food Cafe
Where: 7320 S. Rainbow Blvd.
What: Southern comfort food in the form of ribs, mac and cheese, fried okra, meatloaf, mustard potato salad and fried chicken is served up at this soul food joint. Look for monster-sized slabs of chocolate cake and Kool-Aid drinks as well.
Neighborhood: Southwest
Phone: 702-998-9780
California%20Crab.jpgCalifornia Crab
Where: 9560 S. Eastern Ave.
What: Diners on Eastern Avenue now have a seafood spot where they can eat a clam chowder bread bowl or calamari. Look for Dungeness crab, crawfish or lobster with a choice of house seasonings, including garlic pepper and Cajun Sensation. The restaurant even has fish and chips and boba teas.
Phone: 702-868-9154
Bon%20Chef%20Cafe.JPGBon Chef Cafe
Where: 10720 S. Eastern Ave., Henderson, NV
What: Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at this new cafe. So far, the chicken Florentine and seafood paella are getting rave reviews.
Phone: 702-269-4700
Jacobi%27s%20Pizza.jpgJacobi's Pizza
Where: 9620 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
What: The original Jacobi's opened in Buffalo, N.Y., more than 50 years ago, and now the pizza joint planted in the midst of Vegas. Look for pizza, subs, wings, wraps and salads. The chicken wings come in mild, medium, hot, Buffalo, barbecue or lemon pepper with sides of ranch or blue cheese dressing.
Phone: 702-457-0990
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Soul Food Cafe

7320 S. Rainbow Blvd., Las Vegas, NV

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