One of the most intriguing projects set to debut this year, Block 9 Thai Street Eats, has updated its progress for the first time since last June and is now promising a March arrival in Summerlin.
Confirmed to be created by chef Nittaya Parawong of local favorite Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen, the casual concept will take over a 2,012-square-foot vacant space facing the bike trail at the Retail Trails center, close to the corner of Town Center Drive and the 215.
While potential dishes have been previewed on its Facebook page, Block 9 Thai Street Eats has managed to keep all other details under wraps.
A short walk away, the first Las Vegas location for Emeryville, California-based coffee roaster Peet’s Coffee & Tea has also yet to announce its future plans, but local real-estate agents are currently using the import to entice potential fellow tenants, describing this locale as Peet’s “flagship Vegas store.”
Fans should expect an entire line of Peet’s coffee and tea choices, cold brew options, plus “local artisan baked goods, healthy whole-grain simply oatmeal, and fresh grab and go sandwiches, salads and snacks.”
No official opening date has been announced. The two newcomers will join Las Vegas Cyclery, Power Hour 360 and Sportif Chiropractic.