F.A.M.E. Night Market & Ultra Lounge, the Asian market going into The Linq, just released a rendering of its future 10,000-square-foot home. Check out the faux food truck in the front.
This two-story restaurant plans to feature a balcony for Japanese drummers and a deejay sound stage. On the first floor expect to find food stations covering Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Thai fare with dishes such as dim sum, Chinese stir-fry, barbecue, noodle soups and Southeast Asian stir-fry. A corner station is being created with a mock food truck frontage, complete with a truck's front grill and headlights. A large square bar sits in the center of the room.
Upstairs find a corner balcony with three stages built specifically for drummers to play overlooking The Linq promenade. Inside, a deejay performance stage will entertain the main lounge area along with live graffiti demonstrations.
F.A.M.E. stands for "Food. Art. Music. Entertainment." Expect a mid-February opening.
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