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14 New Restaurants To Try in Las Vegas Right Now

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Certified Open tracks some of the smaller restaurants that open in Las Vegas. See a new restaurant that deserves some love? Email vegas@eater.com.

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2008_10_hasmaps.jpgLas Vegas is home to many new restaurants. Some of the smaller ones that open with less than a shebang go unnoticed. Here's a look at 14 of the new smaller restaurants that opened recently all over the Las Vegas valley, including a second Pinkberry and Oyshi Sushi, a third Novecento, Mediterranean, Thai and Chinese joints and more.


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

A & K Chinese Restaurant

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This new Chinese restaurant specializes in Shanghainese dishes. The Shanghai Xiao Long Bao is a must-order here.

This new Moroccan restaurant even has belly dancers.

Arisra Thai Seafood & Steaks

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Not much is out there about this new Thai restaurant, not even a menu. But it sits in the same shopping center as A&K Chinese, so swing by while you’re there.

Frijoles Mexican Grill

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Mexican food galore such as carnitas and carne asada make the menu at this new joint.

Gabriella's Italian Grill & Pizzaria

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Gabriella’s makes the jump from South Padre Island to Vegas with standard Italian fare.

Hungry Howie's Pizza

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Hungry Howie’s opens its second pizza joint in the Vegas area. This place specializes in “flavored crusts.” This franchise typically comes in the top 10 in size nationwide.

Kabob factory

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Why, yes, kabobs are on the menu at this Mediterranean restaurant.

Ninja Teriyaki & Sushi 2 Go

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Land bento boxes for lunch, bowls or plates of teriyaki and sushi here.

Novecento Pizzeria

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Mark Sgrizzi brings his third Novecento to Vegas serving up Napoletana pizza.

Oyshi Sushi

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Find an all-you-can-eat sushi for lunch and dinner at this joint, now with two locations in Vegas.

Pinkberry

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Pinkberry’s second Vegas location opened at Boca Park serving up frozen yogurt.

Ramen Misoya Tomi

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This little ramen joint serves it up with miso-style broth, coming in three varieties including mild Kome Miso (Hokkaido Style), sweet Shiro Miso (Kyoto Style) and bitter Mame Miso (Nagoya Style). Consider this place a little less salty than other ramen places.

Shawarma Plus

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Mediterranean foods including gyros and baklava are the name of the game here.

This Vietnamese- and Thai-styled restaurant features pho, curries, rice dishes and noodles.

A & K Chinese Restaurant

This new Chinese restaurant specializes in Shanghainese dishes. The Shanghai Xiao Long Bao is a must-order here.

Argana

This new Moroccan restaurant even has belly dancers.

Arisra Thai Seafood & Steaks

Not much is out there about this new Thai restaurant, not even a menu. But it sits in the same shopping center as A&K Chinese, so swing by while you’re there.

Frijoles Mexican Grill

Mexican food galore such as carnitas and carne asada make the menu at this new joint.

Gabriella's Italian Grill & Pizzaria

Gabriella’s makes the jump from South Padre Island to Vegas with standard Italian fare.

Hungry Howie's Pizza

Hungry Howie’s opens its second pizza joint in the Vegas area. This place specializes in “flavored crusts.” This franchise typically comes in the top 10 in size nationwide.

Kabob factory

Why, yes, kabobs are on the menu at this Mediterranean restaurant.

Ninja Teriyaki & Sushi 2 Go

Land bento boxes for lunch, bowls or plates of teriyaki and sushi here.

Novecento Pizzeria

Mark Sgrizzi brings his third Novecento to Vegas serving up Napoletana pizza.

Oyshi Sushi

Find an all-you-can-eat sushi for lunch and dinner at this joint, now with two locations in Vegas.

Pinkberry

Pinkberry’s second Vegas location opened at Boca Park serving up frozen yogurt.

Ramen Misoya Tomi

This little ramen joint serves it up with miso-style broth, coming in three varieties including mild Kome Miso (Hokkaido Style), sweet Shiro Miso (Kyoto Style) and bitter Mame Miso (Nagoya Style). Consider this place a little less salty than other ramen places.

Shawarma Plus

Mediterranean foods including gyros and baklava are the name of the game here.

WTPho?

This Vietnamese- and Thai-styled restaurant features pho, curries, rice dishes and noodles.

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