LAS VEGAS, Nev. (702 Times, NV Globe) – Nielsen’s Frozen Custard, based in Henderson, plans to launch its first outlet in the west Las Vegas Valley next month.
Nielsen’s Frozen Custard, which has served Henderson and the Utah region for over forty years, will open a shop at Red Rock Casino on Feb. 3 at noon, according to a news release.
The Summerlin restaurant, owned by Howard and Amanda Zayon, will be placed in Red Rock’s food court.
According to the press announcement, the Nielsen’s store at Red Rock Resort will offer a few distinctive flavors such as bumbleberry, cherry chocolate chip, caramel cashew, and others.
“Nielsen’s is a fan-favorite for a reason and we couldn’t be happier to welcome them to our property for guests to enjoy,” said Scott Nelson, Vice President and General Manager of Red Rock Casino, “Station Casinos always prioritizes guest experience, so it’s exciting to be able to expand our portfolio with offerings that the community and visitors will love.”
Station Casinos said it will add other venues around the valley, including Santa Fe Station, in addition to the Red Rock facility.
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