With Chewy Boba on the way and the recent debuts of the Milano Restaurant & Bar, and Rachel’s Kitchen, Town Square is making changes up its casual-dining scene. Now comes early word of new tenant expanding from California, importing a Filipino menu it describes as a fusion of “innovation and authenticity.”
Noypitz launched in downtown Los Angeles in 2019 and also operates in West Covina and Cerritos, California, with upbeat venues featuring regularly scheduled live entertainment, karaoke nights, and comedy events, while serving a lengthy menu of barbecue dishes, seafood, street food platters, and classic Filipino dishes.
The vacant Las Vegas property, previously occupied by Killer Shrimp, the Meatball Spot, and Sugar Factory American Brasserie, features a potential 7,000 square feet to fill. Noypitz allocated a budget of $220,000 in estimated construction costs for the new bar and grill.
In California Noypitz serves lunch and dinner.