In a city with an abundance of restaurants, entertainment, and shopping, Town Square is your all-in-one neighborhood stop. For tourists and locals, it’s a place to unwind in the vast array of dining, shopping, and entertainment for all ages. Now get up, and hit the town.
Your weekly guide to running errands, as well as where to dine, and entertainment is all found within this square of leisure.
Stop #1 Shopping
Before you get to dine and wine you need to check off your to-do list your weekly shopping trip. Town-Square has a Whole Foods Market available for your grocery needs. Do you need to find a new dress suit for your corporate bash this Friday and some shoes to go with it?
Stop on by one of the many shops Town Square offers including Aldo, Armani Exchange, Bebe, Chico’s, H&M, Express, Ann Taylor Loft, Steve Madden, Saks Fifth Avenue, and much more. Touch up your beauty bag at Origins, Mac, and Sephora. Town Square also has shops for home furnishings, jewelry, sporting goods, and specialty retail like The Pottery Shop and Brighton Collectibles.
Stop #2 Dining & Lounging
Now that you’ve finished running some necessary errands it’s time to kick-back and devour a dish of taste. You can choose anything from casual dining to a bit of more high-class experience, depending on what you’re in the mood for. If you’re craving a more sophisticated atmosphere, than you’ll enjoy Brio Tuscan Grille.
Brio serves up authentic northern italian dishes like the Roasted Red Pepper Bruschetta made with fresh mozzarella, basil, parmesan, and balsamic glaze or you can try the Ravioli Di Bello made with portobello ravioli, crimini mushrooms, grape tomatoes, parmesan, thyme, and a champagne brown butter sauce. There are many other restaurants to choose from including BoneFish Grill, Fleming’s, Kabuki, Loco Cantina, and many others.
If your want to include a more fresh atmosphere you may want to check out Neche, a cozy lounge including an indoor/outdoor patio and deck where Chef Neno can whip up anything from all-natural selections to indulgent ones.
Stop #3 Entertainment
Along with Neche being a one stop shop for dining, lounging, and entertainment, there are a few other options to make your night complete. Want to see a flick? Town Square has it’s very own AMC theatre all wrapped up into the mix. With it’s second story entrance, AMC has it’s personal touch and place in the square that you can’t miss.
Maybe you’re in the mood for something a little more country. You can head on over to Stoney’s Rockin Country where you’ll find a two-steppin’ dance floor and mechanical bull riding. If you’d like to express the kid side in you, than you can have yourself some fun right below AMC at Gameworks. Grab yourself a pizza pie and hit the Skee Ball machine.
Town Square offers seasonal events during the month of October or tree lighting and snowfall for Christmas.
You get the picture! Town Square is your neighborhood go-to from your weekly grocery shopping trip to your nightlife diversion. You’re bound to find something enjoyable for everyone. So grab your unconventional side, and take it to the Square. If the country is more your thing, Vegas has something for you, too.
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from Apartment Living Blog https://www.forrent.com/blog/food-entertaining/vegas-town-square-neighborhood/