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Uno Mas Street Tacos Gets Ready To Debut at SLS

Plus, paperwork is filed for the end of Katsuya

Ku Noodle
Ku Noodle
Wonho Frank Lee

Promised to be ready by March, the casual replacement for Jose Andrés’ shuttered Ku Noodle is preparing to add new signage at the north Strip’s SLS Las Vegas.

Named Uno Mas Street Tacos & Spirits on newly filed paperwork to install its 25-square-foot sign, Ku Noodle left behind a 2,007-square-foot space with room enough for 103 diners.

Replacement Uno Mas is described as a “colorful, fun, high-energy environment,” bolstered by live music and specializing in “small, shareable bites.” On the future menu, “pork chicharrons, ceviche, queso fundido, and street tacos,” plus margaritas, Mezcals, sangrias, Mexican beers, and sodas.

And few steps away, Katsuya from master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi was announced to close in March and be replaced by a high-limit gaming lounge. Currently declaring an estimated construction budget of $800,000, the switcheroo will add new walls, “ceiling features,” and new gaming machines to the 4,582-square-foot space. Work cannot start until the sushi restaurant closes, but Katsuya is still accepting reservations through May.

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Katsuya by Starck

2535 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 761-7611 Visit Website

SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

2535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Vegas, NV 89109 (855) 761-7757 Visit Website

Ku Noodle

, Paradise, NV

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