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Welcome to Eater Tastings, where Eater Vegas editor Susan Stapleton shares the best restaurant and bar news of the week.
Shake Shack rendering [Photo: Bradley Martin]
NEW YORK-NEW YORK — Shake Shack has been long promised, and now you can get a better idea what it will look like. The newest rendering shows a 9,135-square-foot restaurant on the resort's northern corner. Building from scratch, the estimated construction budget is a super-sized $3,871,258, with free million dollar views of Las Vegas Boulevard.
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WESTSIDE — Alex Stratta's triumphant return to Vegas continues with his second restaurant now announced. He plans to take over Elements Kitchen & Martini Bar with a more casual concept. Stratta is also bringing his Italian steakhouse to the Gramercy.
MGM GRAND — Emeril Lagasse's New Orleans Fish House is undergoing a makeover to celebrate it's 20th anniversary. It might look shuttered but the restaurant remains open during the $300,000 renovation.
SUMMERLIN — Downtown Summerlin, the new shopping center that plans to debut in October south of Red Rock Resort, is shaping up with a new dining outlet announced. MTO Cafe, which has become a favorite in Downtown Vegas, is bringing a new concept to the center and adds dinner to the mix.
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