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Palace Station to Welcome San Diego’s ¡SALUD! Tacos
to its Restaurant Line Up this March
LAS VEGAS, NV (February 4, 2019) – Palace Station, the original Las Vegas locals' casino, continues to amp up its food and beverage offerings the addition of San Diego-based taco company, ¡SALUD! Tacos. Set to debut this March inside Palace Station’s Marketplace, the Mexican food eatery will debut its first Las Vegas location and serve up a wide variety of its award-winning tacos, veggie tacos, “not taco” options, sides, and dessert – all boasting an authentic Mexican taste.
¡SALUD! originated in San Diego’s Historic Barrio Logan, just minutes aware from Chicano Park. Known for its tattoo inspired murals to the pinstripe car hoods on the walls, the taco company feature two locations in Southern California, including San Diego and National City, with a second San Diego location expected to open in the Midway District. The restaurant pays homage to the street food of Northern Mexico and showcases its traditional roots but with its own Chicano flare. The tacos of ¡SALUD! have been featured on the Travel Channel, Washington Post and The New York Times.
Featuring a fast-casual vibe, ¡SALUD! will join the acclaimed 18-seat Oyster Bar, Little Tony's created by 12-time World Pizza Champion Tony Gemignani, and Station Casinos' popular steakhouse concept, the Charcoal Room, as well as new additions bBD's, Boathouse Asian Eatery, and the all-new Feast Buffet.
In addition, guests can also indulge at the now open Mumfresh Asian Eats, which debuted December 2018 inside Palace Station’s Marketplace. The casual quick-serve venue, created by the owners of Boathouse Asian Eatery brother and sister team Cat and Tu Do, serves up a teppanyaki-inspired menu inside Palace Station's Marketplace and offers popular dishes including banh mi sandwiches, noodle soups, and Boba teas.
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.
Sara Ryan / Sabrina Flores
Allied Global Marketing