7 Newbies to Try Right Now

The block is hot and the grub scene in Las Vegas is accelerating rapidly. From Harry Potter themed coffee shops to servers slanging and encouraging restaurant-wide sake bombs (we’re not lying), here are 7 newbs to drop what you’re doing and check out asap.

1. Bruxie



Bruhhh. If you’re from SoCal, you already know the deal. But if you’re not, go get you some now. The king of the waffle sammy opened up in the new Park Vegas. Fried Chicken waffle sammies and waffle fries? Say no more. 3782 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 www.bruxie.com

2. Bad Owl Coffee

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Alright all you Harry Potter fanatics….your dream coffee shop is finally here. Serving up Butter Beer lattes, nitro brews, specialty drinks and teas, Bad Owl Coffee is as legit as they come. Say hello to your favorite new coffee shop with decor and bomb.com coffee to go with it. 10575 S Eastern Ave #160, Henderson, NV 89052 www.badowlcoffee.com 702.483.3331

3. Dog Haus

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Just look at those dogs (wipe your drool)!! Dog Haus has arrived and these dog ain’t no joke. Expect funky creations along with sausages and burgers that will make you forget about that diet in no time. The “Downtown Dog” with a smoked bacon wrapped dog, caramelized onions, roasted peppers, mayo, ketchup and mustard is the truth. #peepthosebuns 4480 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 www.doghaus.com 702.437.4287

4. Beer Haus



The ultimate man eatery is here. Brews, Brats, more brews and more brats. Beer Haus at the Park Vegas is serving up the ultimate social eats. Enjoy a craft IPA while scarfing down a scrumptious beef brisket sammich or the famous Beer Haus Brat (I’m on the way.). 3784 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

5. Coffee Hunter

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Coffee Hunter proudly serves the Portland famous, cult following Stumptown Coffee (woot woot). They serve up killer craft coffees and cronuts that’ll give any other shop a run for their money. They also have nitro cold brew coffee on tap (hipsters rejoice). 7425 S Eastern Ave #102, Las Vegas, NV 89123 702.586.5002

6. Sake Rok

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Ninjas have arrived. Sake Rok was one of the biggest anticipations when The Park Vegas opened. Sake Rok is open for lunch and dinner, but it really come to life as the night progresses and servers double as entertainers making sure every guest feels a sense of involvement. Sexy sushi rolls and dishes take the spotlight and they even have their own label of Sake. Lets get it Rok’n. 6 Park Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89109 www.sakerokvegas.com 702.706.3022

7. Le Pho

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What the Pho? What happens when two successful chefs join forces and open a Pho joint? Out comes Le Pho. Chef Khai Vu of District One fame and Chef Dan Coughlin of famed DTLV hotspot, Le thai come together and give us this Vietnamese kitchen dishing up bowls of Pho with twists and a Spring Roll bar where you can create your own. Say no more. Feed me. 353 E Bonneville Ave #115, Las Vegas, NV 89101 702.382.0209

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