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The Future Home of Texas Roadhouse Lands New Neighbors

Fast-casual restaurants join the steakhouse later this year at the North Las Vegas Restaurant Row

North Las Vegas restaurant row rendering
North Las Vegas restaurant row rendering
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Texas Roadhouse started work to create its first Las Vegas expansion and the three fast casual tenants to join the steakhouse at Craig Road and Bruce Street are now confirmed.

The North Las Vegas “restaurant row” will become home to Blaze Pizza, Cafe Rio, and Jersey Mike’s subs when all four outposts debut later this year. The quick-service options will fill a 7,518-square-foot property next door to another recent, fast-casual arrival, Habit Burger.

Located close to the Cannery Casino & Hotel, the built-from-scratch Texas Roadhouse will fill 7,163 square feet and follow the interior and exterior design familiar to fans of its 450 previous locations.

Flying both an American and Texas state flag outside, inside will be large enough to host 273 guests at either tables, or booth seating and include a “U” shaped bar in the middle of the restaurant.

Famed for delivering a free bucket of shelled peanuts and house-made bread with cinnamon butter to each table, the roadhouse brand serves steaks, “country dinners,” and seafood dishes, with staff occasionally breaking into impromptu line-dances to entertain diners.

Opening hours are expected to be 4 to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m on the weekend, closing at 10 p.m. on Sunday. An exact debut date has not yet been announced.

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