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After months (nay, years) of hype, star chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s first-ever Nobu Hotel has finally opened, and at its heart is an all-new Nobu Restaurant & Lounge — the world’s largest, clocking in at 12,775-square-feet. The bowed columns of bamboo, colorful private dining pods and oversized light fixtures create a impeccably serene vibe. Dine at one of several teppanyaki tables or the sushi bar, and sample Nobu’s famous Asian-fusion fare such as black cod with miso. Book a room in the hotel and experience Nobu’s first-ever room-service menu. 

Nobu Restaurant & Lounge
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Andrea Kahn
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