Address: 6500 Ikea Way
Status: Opening at 9 a.m.
Hours: Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The wait is over. Ikea finally debuts in Las Vegas, the first in Nevada. Of course, the 351,000-square-foot store features more than just Billy bookcases and Poang chairs.
Yes, there is an Ikea Restaurant, which opens 30 minutes earlier than the store for a full hot breakfast, including scrambled eggs, potatoes and turkey sausage for $1.
That 450-seat restaurant also serves up lunch, dinner, snacks and dessert, including Swedish specialties such as those iconic Swedish meatballs that come in chicken or veggie versions, seafood plates, pasta, chicken, salads, sandwiches and vegetarian dishes too.
Even kids can find something they’ll like with the child’s portion of Swedish meatballs, chicken fingers or macaroni and cheese, while baby food and bibs are available for even younger visitors.
Also on tap, the Exit Bistro, with its hot dogs, pizza, cinnamon buns, frozen yogurt, sundaes and beverages.
Take home a bite of Ikea at the Swedish Food Market with a range of Swedish delicacies, snacks and treats and even frozen Swedish meatballs.
Finally, Ikea Debuts with Swedish Meatballs and More
The 351,000-square-foot store features a restaurant, bistro and food market
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