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Three New Restaurants Headed to Ever-Changing Town Square

Steak and seafood. healthy fare and Mexican food are on the way.

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The ever-changing Town Square dining scene is on the verge of three more changes at the shopping center south of the Strip.

Eater Vegas has already unearthed Killer Shrimp, the restaurant out of Marina del Rey and Hermosa Beach, Calif. The family-run company's reputation is built on its need-to-know "Killer Shrimp" recipe, preserved by owner Kevin Michaels. Ingredients are hidden and prepared within a "secret spice room," only accessible to one staffer. Then their spicy sauce is simmered for 10 hours, before fresh shrimp is added, cooked quickly and served with sliced French bread for dipping. Seafood and steaks also make the menu there. Killer Shrimp was hiring back in February.

Also look for the healthy Neche, which turns into a nightclub after dinner hours. The combo promises certified organic and non-GMO ingredients in its vegetarian, vegan, low-calorie and gluten-free dishes.

Adobe Gilas, a play on that early ’60s show The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. The Mexican restaurant plans to serve fajitas and margaritas with live music. There used to be a restaurant called Adobe Gila’s (with an apostrophe) near the Galleria of Sunset.

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6605 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119 (702) 269-5000 Visit Website

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