The Center at Spring Mountain is the first major mall you see if you are coming from the strip. It’s a very unique, Asian – themed property that includes dozens of the best retail, entertainment, and restaurant spaces in all of Las Vegas
The sprawling complex consists of three large buildings and over 120+ businesses. Its convenient location, on the south side of Spring Mountain Road, between Valley View Boulevard and Wynn Road, makes it a perfect place to spend a full day.
Have a seet tooth? Try Bambu, Gelato Bar, Sunville Bakery, Take it Easy Coffee Roasters and Columbian Bakery, or
Craving non Asian? Try the world-class French restaurant Partage, the Mexican Mas Por Favore
Hot N Juicy Crawfish, have Japanese tapas at Izakaya Go, visit a hidden bar that can only be reached through a tunnel and dine at Mas Por Favor, or set the way back clocks and dine at Las Vegas’ oldest Thai restaurant, Kung Fu Plaza.
The Center at Spring Mountain also features some of the best places to learn martial arts or train in a gym. You can do, Jiu-Jitsu, Kung Fu, Karate, or Tai Chi class or train at Mayweather’s Boxing Club all here.
If you are starting your day early, visit Leo the Barber for an old-fashioned shave or buzz Ju.
Not the athletic type, but still need to vent? Then visit the Wreck Room, choose your weapon, and smash things without getting arrested.
There are also noteworthy restaurants, Yama Sushi, Pokemon, or have some authentic Sichuan Chinese at Chengdu Taste or Yu Nan Garden. Are you the artsy type? Then a visit to Las Vegas’ oldest independent theater, Las Vegas Little theater, founded by Jack Nicholson is a must.
There is so much to to in this Chinatown mall alone, that one could spend several days exploring The Center at Spring Mountain and still not see or do it all.