Ribs & Burgers, the burger restaurant with an Australian pedigree, shuts down at Downtown Summerlin on Sunday, April 2. Until then, everything is 30 percent off at the restaurant, according to an Eater Vegas tipster.
The restaurant originally opened with a butcher shop feel in March 2015. Custom wooden boards, vintage typography, tile and framed black and white photos of the butchers along with a wall of vintage grinders lined the space.
On the good news side of this comes word that Ribs & Burgers plans to relocate. According to a post on Facebook: “Unfortunately we're moving and we're going to miss you. We plan to reopen and we will let you know our new location as soon as we can. We thank you for your support and we would love to see you again.”
No word on a new location for Ribs & Burgers.
Earlier this month, Rice Republic closed at the outdoor shopping mall. That restaurant will be replaced by The Cuppa, the coffee shop from Holley Steely, a former aerialist in Wynn Las Vegas’ Le Reve.
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