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The Strip Lands a New Mediterranean Restaurant Soon

It takes over the Alan Alberts steakhouse space

Red Palms Mediterranean Cuisine
Red Palms Mediterranean Cuisine
KWDG Architecture

Revealed back in June, the new Mediterranean restaurant headed to the Strip is well underway to meeting an early 2019 arrival.

Red Palms will fill a 7,912-square-foot space at the Kaptor Center collection of buildings behind Fatburger and across Las Vegas Boulevard from the Park MGM resort.

Replacing the Alan Albert’s steakhouse, the project is being overseen by KWDG Architecture and an opening date is promoted as “coming soon.”

Featuring two distinct dining spaces, the restaurant intends to offer “select evenings of classic entertainment in ‘The Veranda Room’ and ‘The Grotto’” and diners can also spend time at “Pharaoh's Bar.” A menu has yet to be previewed other than the promised “fine dining with Mediterranean Cuisine.”

The same operators have also been busy opening Smokey’s Bistro & Bar at the Hawaiian Marketplace, not far from Red Palms and replacing the former home of both Fukuburger and Papaya King. Currently on the menu, Wasatch beer from Utah and $4.99 all-day breakfast specials.

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3763 Las Vegas Blvd S Ste A, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 736-4733

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