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 two Russian restaurants, a new Thai place, a Vietnamese and Chinese restaurant, Taiwanese comfort food and a pho shop.Read More
Nine New Restaurants To Try Right Now in Las Vegas
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Bubba D’s BBQ
Head inside the Town Center Lounge for a taste of "authentic Texas BBQ" from new venture, Bubba D's BBQ.
Your Russian food needs come to life at this new cafe near UNLV. Cafe Mayakovsky comes from the owners of the former from the owners of the shuttered Tverskaya Russian Restaurant. Chicken Kiev, chicken Tabaka and beef stroganoff as well as Hungarian goulash and Viennese schnitzel cover some of the entrees here. A cold Boyarsky platter with roast beef, tongue and buzhenina (roast ham) served with horseradish; herring; steamed beef tongue; borsch; and Solyanka compete for your attention. Russian beers, vodka and wines give you another excuse to try this place out.
Green Dacha Grill & Hookah
Russian and Mediterranean fare makes the menu at this new hookah lounge. Try pickled herring, rassol'nik soup, the ground meat and cabbage pirozhkis, beef stroganoff or a pork steak. Dacha is Russian for summer house.
High Roller Pizza
Taking a swing at the VIP lifestyle or perhaps the observation wheel at The Linq, High Roller Pizza. Find natural ingredients, humanely raised meats and organic produce on cracker thin crusts. Land buy two get one free on Wednesdays.
Juice ‘n’ Go Express
Liang's Kitchen, the chain with locations in California and New York, takes over the former Hot Feel space with Taiwanese comfort food. The restaurant kept much of the interior design elements and added vintage Flying Tigers aviator jackets as well as WWII and Vietnam War era model fighter planes hanging from the ceiling. While the menu includes photos of the dishes, don’t expect to find prices. Try the beef and tendon soup noodles, lamb skewers or Taiwanese fried port cutlet.
Those who hanker pho on the eastside now how Pho Bistro, serving up Chinese and Vietnamese dishes.
Table Thai Bar & Bistro
Eight types of curry including jade, panang, pumpkin shrimp and duck make the menu of this new Thai restaurant. Try noodle dishes such as pad see eiw with stir-fried flat rice noodles, drunken noodles with spicy chili garlic sauce or kai kua with chicken and calamari.