Summer restaurant openings you might have missed

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Over the past few months, many Las Vegas restaurants that were scheduled to open last year have finally opened their doors and turned on their stoves. These chefs and restaurateurs patiently waited for casinos and cities alike to be ready for the floods of people these amazing places will bring, and that time is now.

Close to the UNLV campus, Angry Chickz is famous for their Nashville Hot Chicken. This California-based restaurant was established in 2018, making Las Vegas its 10th location. 

Their spice thermometer scale makes it easy for those who want to play it safe with their country-style fried chicken or daredevils who are ready to bring the heat with the angry chicken- which even requires a waiver. Their loaded mac ‘n cheese is the perfect choice for someone who wants to try a little bit of everything. Their menu has something for everyone. For the ultimate thirst trap, you can find their Instagram for more mouth-watering pictures.

For those familiar with household chef names, the name Bobby Flay should ring a bell. His new Italian inspired seafood spot at Caesar’s Palace lives up to his reputation. Amalfi by Bobby Flay is Bobby’s new business endeavor, bringing the coast of Italy to our Southern Nevada desert. 

Flay’s take on fresh seafood and shellfish brings the flavors of the sea to life and puts a new spin on Italian classic cuisine. The main event on the menu is the fish either grilled whole or filleted, perfect to share or keep all to yourself. Amalfi by Bobby Flay is just as much about the experience of dining as it is celebrating the flavors of the Italian sea. 

With the new Virgin Hotel and Casino taking the city by storm, it is no surprise that their restaurants are doing the same. Night + Market is a new LA-inspired Thai bar driven by fresh Thai flavors with the swagger of LA nightlife all rolled into one. 

Night + Market’s menu takes Thai cuisine and redefines it. Their spicy duck rolls offer the hot flavors and fresh herbs Thai cuisine is known for, while looking like the street tacos of the LA food scene. Night + Market is made for those who want a little edge with their food, not to mention the Instragam opportunities that come with it.

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