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Squeeze Bar Juices Its Way Into The Linq

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Squeeze%20Bar%204-8-2014.jpgSqueeze [Photo: Bradley Martin]

Squeeze
Address:
The Linq, 3475 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Phone: 1-800-351-7400
Status: Certified Open

Squeeze, the healthier side project to to the newly debuted TAG Lounge & Bar at The Linq, is serving up a compact, healthier minded menu than you'd expect for such a heavily trafficked area.

As Eater Vegas first uncovered, the walk-up patio space is the first focal point for pedestrians entering The Linq outdoor mall from the Strip. On tap are cocktails made with fresh ingredients and the opportunity for plentiful people watching as the crowds walk toward the High Roller observation wheel.

Already on the offer is the watermelon margarita prepared with Patron Silver tequila and the Morning-After Mojito featuring Cruzan aged light rum. A side entrance leads directly into the TAG Lounge and The Quad resort's casino floor for more traditional alcohol options.

Squeeze%20Bar%204-8-2014%202.jpgSqueeze [Photo: Bradley Martin]

While the location offers patio seating, the angle of the south facing bar facing does place limits on the the view of the High Roller.

Also being served are half a dozen healthy minded grab and go food options. They begin with gluten-free muffins and "natural granola bars" and extend to more substantial dishes. A ginger chicken salad will cost $8.95 and includes grilled chicken, romaine, cabbage, orange, almonds and tomato. Or guests can opt for the Thai mango option, including mint and spicy cashews.

Two wraps are also currently on the board, a turkey club and the AB+J, featuring jam, apples and the almond butter that inspired the name. It retails for $7.95.
· All Coverage of The Linq [~ELV~]

Squeeze

3475 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV

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