Shopping >Town Square Las Vegas
Town Square for all your needs. This place has it all. Dining, shopping, good brands, a movie theater and bookstore. It's such a relief not to go shopping with the tourists. The layout of Town square is nice and it can get crowded on the weekends. Parking is easy for the most part.
Town Square- an unexpected side to Las Vegas. I have lived in Las Vegas for 12 years, and I'm always looking for new places to take my visitors. Most people think Las Vegas is all about that one street called "The Strip". Well, if you venture a bit South of the strip, you will find Town Square. Town Square is the perfect place to spend a beautiful day in Las Vegas. You can go to the movies, shop at a variety of stores, and eat at excellent restaurants. I would highly recommend the restaurant Brio-Tuscan Grill. The food at Brio is delicious and the service is good as well. Northing beats great food and great conversation. Try the brunch menu on Saturday or Sunday because it will not disappoint,but come early to avoid a wait. Brunch is served from 11am to 3 pm. You can walk off your delicious meal by walking around Town Square. Enjoy!
Aptly named Town Square resembles Anytown U.S.A. With unique village-like storefronts, quaint streetscapes and walkways..
This 150-store outdoor mall could be plopped down in New England, the desert Southwest or middle America and fit right in. Stores include Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, bebe, Quiksilver, Gap, Juicy Couture, Metropark, H&M, Steve Madden, Apple, Kay Jewelers, Sephora and many more. There is also an 18-screen Rave Motion Pictures movie theater, a dozen restaurants and a Children's Park with a tree-house tucked in a 42-foot tall Live Oak tree with a rock wall, slides and a fort. Princess Tower Playhouses feature a connecting walkway and slides.
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