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The Linq, the Huge New Vegas Entertainment District

Photo: Bradley Martin/Eater Vegas

The Linq in Las Vegas is a massive new open-air entertainment district clocking in at 300,000 square feet. It's entered a "new phase of access and openings" so Eater Vegas took a look around to chronicle the various tenants in the buildings, about 70% of which are restaurants and bars. Some standout features from The Linq include touchscreen maps/guides/photobooth that can share to social media, Kobe beef hot dogs (Haute Doggery), a 24-hour cupcake ATM (Sprinkles), and self-serve frozen daiquiris (Purple Zebra). The Linq will be home to the largest observation wheel in the world.

There's also an 11,303 square-foot Asian market complete with a restaurant serving street food on the ground floor and a Japanese restaurant on the second floor (F.A.M.E.), a bowling alley/restaurant/concert venue straight from New York City (Brooklyn Bowl), and plenty of Irish-themed pubs. According to Eater Vegas, there is "still much more to be unveiled" but "within the next two months the majority of the tenants will be open for business." Go, have a look.

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The Linq

3475 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV

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