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The Vikings Boiling Seafood Already Has a Second Location in the Works

“Unleash your inner child” with “N’awlins-style” dining

The main dining room featuring a Viking ship seating area at new Henderson restaurant, The Vikings Boiling Seafood.
The Vikings Boiling Seafood
The Vikings Boiling Seafood/Official Site

Less than three months after creating a stir in Henderson with its New Orleans-inspired menu and a unique, Nordic sea vessel as the centerpiece of the dining room, The Vikings Boiling Seafood is already preparing for an expansion to the southeast.

Located at the Green Valley Town Center II retail center, near the intersection of Green Valley Parkway and Sunset Road, a new second location for the seafood restaurant is planned for 9770 Las Vegas Boulevard S., close to Silverado Ranch Boulevard and sitting behind the South Point.

Allocating an estimated $265,000 in construction costs alone, the operators have so far only hinted a second location is “coming soon.”

Yet to confirm details of the interior, the huge, photogenic Viking ship that dominates the original space is decorated with flags, shields, and an illuminated, carved-dragon prow, doubling as a very popular booth seating option for families.

Encouraging customer to “unleash your inner child” as they eat boiled seafood with their hands, the lengthy menu features viking, Golden Knights, and Raiders combo deals, plus spiced and seasoned seafood ordered by the pound, including shrimp, snow and king crab legs, live lobsters, Dungeness crab, clams, and crawfish.

An estimated debut date has not been revealed.

Clear the Deck and Dine Aboard The Vikings Boiling Seafood in Henderson [ELV]

Where to Find Top-Notch Seafood in Las Vegas [ELV]

South Point

9777 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89183 (702) 796-7111 Visit Website

The Vikings Boiling Seafood

4500 East Sunset Road, , NV 89014 (702) 547-6293 Visit Website

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