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A New Preview of the $5.8 Million Tom's Urban

Tom's Urban
Tom's Urban
Photo: Bradley Martin

A bookend to the $3.9 million Shake Shack right next door, Tom's Urban, the 24-hour comfort food restaurant from the founder of Smashburger is clobbering down the shuttered Sporting House sports bar and sharing more renderings of what to expect when they debut this winter.

The creation of Tom Ryan, an estimated $5,815,134 construction budget will push this setting closer to the Strip and create a patio friendly environment designed for plentiful people watching, with some unexpected twists on casual dining and drinking.

Tom%27s%20Urban%208-12-2014%203.jpgTom's Urban [Photo: Bradley Martin]

The Tom's Urban menu lives by a motto of "globally inspired, locally sourced, and seasonally influenced cuisine." Dishes include the owner's favorite, the ginger chicken pot sticker salad and the Urban Slopper, part of their "knife and fork" sandwich range. The Slopper features a beef or chicken burger "served pueblo-style smothered with pork green chile sauce, queso fresco, pico de gallo, cheddar and Monterrey jack on a brioche bun." The Midnight Slopper adds two fried eggs to the mound of food.

Tom%27s%20Urban%208-12-2014%202.jpgTom's Urban [Photo: Bradley Martin]

Las Vegas will host the third Tom's Urban after Denver and L.A. Open for two years, the Denver location recently pulled back in its never close service, now shutting at 2 a.m. and toned down its diner over restaurant focus. But Ryan promised the Denver Westword blog, at New York-New York his original concert will still ring true and "we're working on a menu right now, returning to the original 24-hour format -- Las Vegas is the other city that never sleeps."

Shake Shack and Tom's Urban are also still promised to debut this December.
· All Coverage of Tom's Urban [~ELV~]

Smashburger

5655 Centennial Center Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89149 702-462-5503

Tom's Urban

3790 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV

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