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Boathouse Asian Eatery Debuts its First Las Vegas Location inside Palace Station
Northern California-based brother and sister duo opens all-new
innovative Asian-inspired restaurant concept in Las Vegas
(Las Vegas, July 31, 2018) - As part of a $192 million property-wide modernization, Palace Station unveiled its all-new Asian-inspired restaurant, Boathouse Asian Eatery. Created by dynamic brother and sister team Cat and Tu Do together with their partner Hans Mogensen from Northern California, the restaurant joins the recently opened next generation Feast Buffet on the new casino floor. Boathouse Asian Eatery serves up lunch and dinner and features authentic Asian cuisine with an innovative dining experience.
Boathouse Asian Eatery features a guest capacity of more than 200 people for both indoor and outdoor seating, complete with a large cocktail bar, 14-seat sushi bar and six seat noodle bar, all in a contemporary atmosphere. The restaurant celebrates Asian fare and features an eclectic menu with touches from Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine.
Inspired by its Graton Resort & Casino-based location that is managed by Station Casinos on behalf of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, the restaurant conveys a farm-to-table style presentation, paired with a modern design. Guests are welcomed into the restaurant with its wall-to-wall custom octopus mural designed to symbolize good fortune, as well as hand-painted art found throughout the space. The restaurant showcases a sense of simplicity with its clean, crisp lines, wood accents, and high ceilings – evoking a warm, inviting feel.
From small plates to soups, wok and steamed options to shellfish, and favorites from the sushi and noodle bars, the menu boasts a creative take on traditional Asian-inspired classics and showcases a variety of dishes that root from the duo’s childhood memories of cooking with their mother. To pair with the vibrant menu, guests can sip on boutique Sonoma County wines; sake, and beer options; as well as artisanal cocktails, such as Dragons Lair (vodka, cranberry juice, lemon juice, Liquid Alchemist ginger syrup), Buddha Fizz (Hendrick’s gin, lime juice, simple syrup, matcha powder), and Mutsu Miso Mule (Kaffir lime infused Ketel One, miso syrup, lime juice, Fever Tree ginger beer).
Some of Boathouse Asian Eatery’s standout menu items include:
- Whole Lobster: lobster in ginger scallion sauce
- Whole Crab: salt and cracked pepper crab
- Steamed Whole Fish: Striped Bass steamed with ginger, onion and soy sauce
- Cajun Style Seafood Boil: crawfish, shrimp or clams with sausage, corn, and potatoes
- Kicking Calamari: wok-fried Chinese spiced calamari, onion, peanuts, bell pepper, dry chili pepper
- Iron Pot Rice: Chinese sausage, chicken, bbq pork, onion, king trumpet mushrooms, toasted rice
- Shaking Beef: wok seared filet mignon cubes, bell pepper, onion
- Omakase Sashimi: 21-piece chef selected super premium selection of sashimi
- Lahaina Roll: soft shell crab, nobashi shrimp tempura, tuna tataki, spicy sesame ponzu
- Trainwreck Roll: spicy tuna, shrimp tempura, cucumber, unagi, avocado, spicy aioli tobiko
Boathouse Asian Eatery at Palace Station marks Cat and Tu Do, along with their partner Hans Mogensen’s seventh restaurant concept on the West Coast. With over 14 years of experience, the trio launched their first restaurant in 2004, and currently own and operate several restaurants in Northern California including Mumfresh Vietnamese Eatery in San Francisco International Airport and San Jose, CA; Boathouse Sushi Japanese Bistro and Kettles Vietnamese Bistro in Santa Rosa, CA; as well as Boathouse Asian Noodles and Boathouse Asian Eatery inside Graton Resort & Casino in Rohnert Park, CA. In addition, they are expected to open Mumfresh Asian Eats, a casual quick-serve venue with a teppanyaki-inspired menu inside Palace Station's Marketplace, which will offer popular dishes including banh mi sandwiches, noodle soups, and Boba teas – set to open later this year.
Boathouse Asian Eatery is open daily for lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday. For more information, visit https://palacestation.sclv.com.
About Palace Station
Palace Station, the original Las Vegas locals’ casino in Southern Nevada, is located at 2411 W. Sahara Ave. Opened by Frank Fertitta, Jr. as “The Casino” on July 1, 1976 and later named Bingo Palace before becoming Palace Station, the property offers hotel rooms and suites, meeting and event space, more than 1,700 slot and video poker machines and a selection of restaurants including the famed Oyster Bar and Charcoal Room Steakhouse. For more information visit Palace Station at www.palacestation.sclv.com.