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Springtime weather is perfect for checking out some of Las Vegas' open-air malls and shopping districts.
Tivoli Village opens April 28 in the northwest area of Summerlin, with an array of exciting shops, restaurants, beauty and fitness services and live events. Right down the street, Boca Park also offers a variety of fashion shops, restaurant and retail stores.
On the Strip, you'll also love shopping at Town Square, a 1.5-million-square-foot outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment center.
The District at Green Valley Ranch is a mix of restaurants, specialty shops, office space and luxury lofts in a festive, open-air environment. Visitors can stroll the streets, browse through more than 40 stores, or stop at one of the bars or restaurants.
Get out and get your shop on, all while enjoying the fabulous spring weather in Las Vegas.
Tapas. Whether you like them warm or cold, you'll find a tasty variety of Spanish appetizers at restaurants all over Las Vegas.
Enjoy tapas and more than 50 other shareable dishes at Johnny Smalls inside the Hard Rock Hotel. Or head over to ARIA Resort & Casino at CityCenter and grab some authentic tapas at Julian Serrano. The renowned chef is a native of Madrid and dishes out great tapas along with signature shellfish, ceviche, paellas and more.
For an intimate setting, try La Cave at Wynn Las Vegas, the perfect retreat for indulging in savory small plates. At Jaleo inside the new Cosmopolitan, chef Jose Andres brings the flavors of one of the country's first successful tapas restaurants to Las Vegas.