Located on the western edge of Las Vegas, Downtown Summerlin is a 400-acre shopping center that opened in October 2014 with a roster of restaurants. Wolfgang Puck made this the place to open his first restaurant off the Strip. Public School 702 brought beers and comfort food galore, while Shake Shack set up a location to fuel burger addicts. On the more casual end of the spectrum, diners can find Mexican at Pancho’s, and pastries at Wonderland Bakery. And don’t forget that the very first Dave & Buster’s in Nevada brought 33,000 square feet of games, sports and food that unites kids and adults alike. The construction of the Vegas Golden Knights’ headquarters at City National Arena and the Las Vegas Aviators’ home field at Las Vegas Ballpark introduced even more dining options — and crowds — to this lively outdoor destination.
Here, a look at where to dine in Downtown Summerlin.Read More