Las 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 nine of the new smaller restaurants that opened recently all over the Las Vegas valley, including new restaurants near UNLV, a bakery, a breakfast place and more.Read More
Nine New Restaurants To Try in Las Vegas Right Now
A rundown of the smaller restaurants to open in Las Vegas.
Acai To The T
Find acai bowls and pitaya (dragon fruit) bowls along with smoothies and cold-press juices.
Bakery & Coffee
Coffee, freshly made pastries, ice cream and a Kosher entree menu along with paninis make the grade at this simply named bakery near Smith’s.
Bite Breakfast & Lunch
As the name implies, a little breakfast and lunch are served at this restaurant. Find a Monte Cristo, Belgium waffles, banana nut French toast, cornflake-crusted French toast and burgers on this menu.
This new bakery also has boba tea options. Specialties here include a cheese roll, Filipino and Guamanian pastries. Donuts, too, are an important item found here.
Lazeez Indian Mediterranean Grill
Find Halal dishes, especially kabobs and gyros, as well as Indian dishes.
Oodolee Sushi & Grill
Land all-you-can-eat sushi with a Dungeness crab option, or go for one of the bento boxes. UNLV students nab a discount.
Pho Rancho Asian Cuisine
Egg rolls, pot stickers and of course pho make the menu at this new Vietnamese restaurant in the Northwest.
Straight From Philly
Just guess what they serve here. That’s right, Philly cheesesteaks. Judging from the reviews, fans find them good, too. Cheese fries and burgers also make the menu.
LA-based Tapioca Express serves up boba teas with its first foray into Nevada next to Seafood City.