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The Seafood Shack Promises To Be a Shore Thing

The Seafood Shack plans to open in mid-September at Treasure Island.
The Seafood Shack plans to open in mid-September at Treasure Island.
[Photos: Susan Stapleton]

The Seafood Shack plans to be a shore thing when it opens the second week of September at Treasure Island.

When complete, the restaurant will serve Coastal American cuisine from ports such as Maine, New Orleans and San Francisco. Expect to find lobster tails, fresh catches of the day, shrimp, steamed clams, oysters in the shell, clam bakes and po' boys on the menu. Craig Taylor, the executive chef at Treasure Island, created the menu.

Construction is humming along with many of the core elements in place. Reclaimed wood from barns in the Northwest line the walls. Ship portals from a nautical salvage company separate the bar from the main dining room while piers will make a home in the bar. Patinaed copper columns pepper the room. The lights will be adorned with reclaimed Japanese fishing lines and lures.

Still to come, an 8- to 10-foot anchor discovered by a fisherman in the North Sea that will hang from the ceiling along with reclaimed lobster buoys and traps and big crab chairs.
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Seafood Shack

3300 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 894-7349 Visit Website

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