A bank, shoe shop, steakhouse and indoor play center for kids all opened in the Las Vegas Valley this week.
Plus: Another Downtown bar has actually closed its doors.
UGG|Las Vegas Premium Outlets North, Suite 2201, 795 S. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas
The boot business opened in the Las Vegas Premium Outlets North July 23. In addition to shoes, the 3,619-square-foot outlet store provides customers a range of handbags, devices and loungewear.
Open: Monday – Saturday 9 a.m.- 9 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.- 8 p.m.
Edge Steakhouse|3000 Paradise Roadway, Las Vegas
The great dining restaurant, which puts a modern-day twist on the traditional steakhouse, is set to open at the Westgate Las Vegas on Tuesday.
“Edge Steakhouse is a tested, prize-winning steakhouse that will certainly be a terrific addition to the amenities offered to guests at Westgate Las Vegas,” CEO and Founder of Westgate Resorts David Siegel stated. The menu will include fresh fish and seafood as well as high quality aged prime steaks. Nick Lees will certainly work as executive chef.
Kids Quest Inc.|2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, Henderson
The Environment-friendly Valley Cattle ranch Resort will invite the family-owned, supervised youngsters’s home entertainment center Saturday.
“This is an exceptional feature to add to our existing home entertainment offerings right here at Eco-friendly Valley Cattle ranch Resort,” resort General Manager Carol Thompson said.
The center will certainly provide supervised care to children ages 2-and-a-half to 12 years. Features such as an arts and crafts area and an indoor play structure referred to as the Quest will certainly help keep youngsters busy.
Bunkhouse Saloon|4343 E. Sundown Roadway, Henderson
The downtown Las Vegas live music place, bar and dining establishment closed its doors July 20.
A post on the bar’s Facebook page reads, “On behalf of our staff, management, and production group we would love to thank every artist who graced our stage and everyone who saw us for a show or a cold beer.”
In 2013, the Bunkhouse was bought by the Downtown Job for $1.4 million and underwent restoration before it resumed in August of last year.