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Fire Pits, Murals, and a View of the Sunset Highlight This New 24/7 Starbucks

Plus more dining and a new hotel on the way

Starbucks at Silverton Village
| Amelinda B Lee

Right next door to the Silverton, a new strip mall promises fast food and quick bites when it all comes together. The new Silverton Village started construction earlier this year with an estimated $60 million construction budget and a Blaze Pizza, Firehouse Subs, Panera Bread, and a drive-thru Starbucks on the way, near the city’s very first Cracker Barrel.

Today, the 24-hour Starbucks debuts with murals painted by artist Ola Volo, a custom firepit, social seating, rustic barnwood paneling, Corten steel, marquee lights, and Costa Rican Parota wood. The coffee shop even features a panoramic view of the Las Vegas sunset.

Down the line, a 150-room Hyatt Place Hotel, located close to the Cracker Barrel restaurant, which debuted in 2016, plans to open. The site features nine acres of land available for redevelopment, although future retailers and possible formal dining options have yet to be revealed.

Starbucks at Silverton Village
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Amelinda B Lee
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Amelinda B Lee
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Amelinda B Lee
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Amelinda B Lee
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Amelinda B Lee
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Amelinda B Lee
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Starbucks at Silverton Village
Amelinda B Lee

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