The Spring Mountain Center is a commercial center located at 3421 South Jones Blvd, Las Vegas. It was built in 1976, making it 20 years older than Chinatown. The center sits on a 12.82-acre property on the western end of Chinatown. The center features a diverse range of businesses, including an Asian market, a popular burger shop with an Asian twist, several Chinese restaurants, a Chinese medicine store, a donut shop, a barber, a Chinese bakery, some auto repair shops, and a few national brands such as CVS and Baskin-Robbins. With its array of Asian-themed businesses, the Spring Mountain Center is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.
Spring Mountain Center Stores:
168 Market is a popular Asian supermarket. The supermarket offers a wide selection of Asian foods and groceries, including fresh produce, seafood, meat, bakery items, and specialty products from countries such as China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, and the Philippines.
The market is known for its affordable prices and a large variety of products, attracting many locals and tourists alike. In addition to food, 168 Market also offers a range of household items, kitchenware, and other products.
The market is open seven days a week and has become a popular destination for those looking to experience the flavors of Asia in Las Vegas.
Fuku Burger is a popular burger restaurant located in Las Vegas, Nevada. The restaurant is known for its Asian-inspired burgers, which feature unique flavors and ingredients that set them apart from traditional burgers.
Some of the signature burgers at Fuku Burger include the Tamago Burger, which is topped with a fried egg, teriyaki sauce, and furikake seasoning, and the Fuku Burger, which features a beef patty, American cheese, grilled onions, and wasabi mayo.
In addition to burgers, Fuku Burger also offers a variety of sides, including sweet potato fries, chili cheese fries, and onion rings. The restaurant has a casual atmosphere and is a popular spot for lunch or dinner.
Fuku Burger first opened in Las Vegas in 2010 and has received positive reviews for its unique and flavorful burgers, as well as its friendly service and laid-back vibe.
Kushi BBQ Skewers
Kushi BBQ Skewers is a restaurant that specializes in Chinese-style grilled skewers. They also offer rice bowls, salads, and soups. Kushi BBQ Skewers has a casual atmosphere and is known for its high-quality ingredients, delicious flavors, and reasonable prices. Kushi is a very popular late-night spot and gets filled with restaurant industry types.
Noodlehead is a casual dining Sichuan restaurant that specializes in fresh and chewy noodles in rich flavorful broths and Chinese tapas.
Recommended dishes are: Yibin burning noodles, Dan Dan noodles, and Beef Brisket Noodles
Hunan Rice Noodles
Traditional Hunanese rice noodle shop with a dedicated following.
Some of the popular dishes here are spicy and sour intestines with rice noodle soup, spare rib noodle soup marinated pigs feet, spice fried chicken, and beef tendon appetizer.
LB Baking Company
Formerly known as L’elysee Bakery the new owners who are both chefs rebranded it to its current name The chefs have a combined 50+ years in the baking industry and worked in pastry at The Beverly Hills Hotel, The Millennium Biltmore Hotel, and Sheraton Grande LA and the Mirae, Treasure Island and Caesars in Las Vegas.
The bakery specializes in traditional and custom cakes, individual and whole-loaf bread, hand-made and seasonal chocolates, cookies, cupcakes, and cake pops.
National brands such as CVS, a popular pharmacy and retail chain, Baskin Robbins, a well-known ice cream franchise, and Winchell’s Donut House, the chain of donut shops that originated in California and locally owned Nelson Barber and other service-orientated businesses round out the mall.