Rushing to complete work on the last of its 296 apartments, the Lotus mixed-use building at the corner of Spring Mountain Road and Procyon Street is now turning its focus to the trio of restaurants on the ground floor.
Permits have been filed to start building chef Eric Kim’s second local omakase restaurant, a larger expansion of his original Kame concept in Summerlin.
The 3,295-square-foot space has been allocated an estimated construction budget of $490,656 and is expected to expand the menu from the multi-course, multi-hour, omakase experience chef Kim offers on Lake Mead Boulevard.
With interior work yet to begin, fans should expect a debut by the end of the year, at the earliest.
Next door, Showa Hospitality will be serving Tijuana–style street food at The Taco Stand. The California taqueria will take over 1,778 square feet and offer selections from its incredibly popular menu of tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and “freshly prepared Rosarito-style churros.”
No update on the arrival of The Taco Stand, or a possible restaurant to fill the remaining, 2,896-square-foot vacant space.
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