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Geisha House Back on Track on the Strip

Japanese sushi will join a new Korean barbecue concept

Geisha House plywood Miracle Mile Shops
Geisha House plywood Miracle Mile Shops

First revealed last July, local Japanese steak and sushi specialists Geisha House has finally kicked an expansion to the Miracle Mile Shops into high gear.

The first Geisha House was launched by Jimmy Nishiyama back in 1971, while the Strip outpost will share the space with its latest concept, Ebadom Jeju Island, offering its own Korean barbecue options.

Replacing the shuttered home of Todai Japanese Sushi and Seafood Buffet on the Harmon Avenue side of the retail center, the two restaurants will fill 10,439 square feet and had originally planned to add a 999-square-foot patio with an indoor/outdoor bar. Also accessible from inside the mall, this footprint was once earmarked for the Texas Land & Cattle Steakhouse chain.

KWDG Architecture is behind the current rush into action and is now following an “aggressive schedule” to race to an unannounced opening day. KWDG were most recently behind the speedy builds of Tail & Fin in Summerlin and Paris Baguette in Chinatown.

Home to “the freshest sushi, signature rolls, Japanese fusion cuisine, and Teppanyaki,” Geisha House continues to operates two local locations, on Decatur Boulevard in North Las Vegas and the original eastside home, on Desert Inn Road.

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