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Enjoy Asian Fusion Dining at an Indoor Playground

A Japanese cafe joins forces with a play center for kids

Eat N’ Play
Eat N’ Play
Eat N’ Play

Forging an unconventional partnership, a Japanese cafe has moved inside a children’s indoor playground in Spring Valley, serving an Asian fusion menu for adults, while entertaining kids aged 7 and under.

Eat N’ Play operates out of the Adventure Indoor Playground at the Spanish Palms Plaza retail center, located at the intersection of Russell Road and Jones Boulevard, and a short walk from Mr. Mamas Breakfast & Lunch.

Designed for young children to enjoy a “ball pit, slides, trampoline and an interactive game,” the Eat N’ Play menu caters more to the adults, including $3 small bites choices of edamame, or a seaweed salad, a $5 soy braised pork belly bowl, and the $4.50 spicy wontons.

Entrees include a braised beef stew noodle soup, stir fry noodle dishes, a $7 teriyaki chicken rice bowl, and the $12 steak katsu curry.

Eat N’ Play, 5693 S. Jones Blvd., #114, 702-522-7133. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Eat N’ Play

5693 S. Jones Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89118

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