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Seafood, Sushi, and Live Music Debut on the Westside Today

Culichitown closes the original Fiesta Rancho location soon

Three cocktails representing the colors of the flag of Mexico, now available at Culichtown on the westside.
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The Japanese and Mexican menu of Culichitown debuts in its new westside home today just as it gets ready to close its first Las Vegas expansion at the Fiesta Rancho.

The restaurant opens at 5 p.m. to test operations ahead of a grand opening on Oct. 3, Culichitown promises a “new location, new management, better service,” while keeping the upbeat atmosphere found at the chain's 15 other restaurants found across four states.

The restaurant moves into the former 7,331-square-foot Romano’s Macaroni Grill on Sahara Avenue, across from Palace Station. The restaurant did not announce its hours.

Featuring live banda and mariachi performances and Sinaloa, Mexico-inspired flavors, Culichitown launched at the Fiesta Rancho in late 2017, taking over the Garduños of Mexico, Blue Agave bar, and Club Tequila footprint. Long in the works, details of Culichitown’s replacement are expected soon.

Culichi Town to Bring a Taste of Sinaloa to the Westside [ELV]

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Fiesta Rancho Hotel & Casino

2400 N Rancho Dr, North Las Vegas, NV 89032 (702) 631-7000 Visit Website

Culichi Town

2400 N. Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89130 725-631-7000 Visit Website

Palace Station

2411 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102 Visit Website

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