Boca Park For Shopping & Dining

Posted by Debbie Drummond on Sunday, May 20th, 2012 at 4:55pm.

Boca Park at the edge of Queensridge and Summerlin offers those who live on the West side a variety of shopping and dining options.  Located at the corner of Charleston and Rampart St., the actual Boca Park Shopping Center is the section located on the Northeast corner of the intersection.  As the area has developed and more stores, restaurants have opened, most people refer to the entire intersection as Boca Park.

Locals who live nearby are able to enjoy a wide variety of stores and services without driving any further than this intersection.  On the Southwest corner, once you get past the gas station, which is one of the few in town with attendants who will actually pump gas for you, you have a few very popular businesses.  The Square Salon, with its sleek design & experienced professionals has become a local favorite for getting groomed and pampered.  In the same center, you'll find casual fare at Mimi's Cafe.  For those wanting something heartier, try the Via Brasil Steakhouse.  For a cocktail and video poker after getting pampered, try Martini's.

On the opposite Southeast corner, one finds a Claimjumper restaurant, along with shops that include Pier 1, Barnes & Noble, Joseph Banks, and Whole Foods Market for those who like organic and gourmet foods.  The Northwest Corner of the intersection offers a PF Changs as well as major stores like Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma, GAP, Banana Republic, Chicos, and Ann Taylor.

In the actual Boca Park, one finds major chains like Target and Office Deposit as well as a Vons supermarket.  Local chain Lee's Liquors has a nice location here.  Of course, their competition is Total Wines located just around the corner in the same center.  For the trendy, there are stores like Pink, Brighton, Tilly's and more.  For the lovers of chain restaurants Boca Park offers a Cheesecake Factory, Kona Grill, Gordon Biersch and Jason's Deli.  Grimaldi's serves up some of the best pizza in town from its coal-fired ovens.  Next door, you find locally owned Sambalatte for the "best coffee in town".  Newcomer, Embers Steakhouse is another local restaurant.  You'll find outdoor patios to enjoy people watching at several of the restaurants in this center.  And, as if there aren't enough options for shopping, Frys Electronics is slated to take over the large space next to Total Wines.  To view nearby homes for sale, call (702)354-6900 or email debbie@lvhomepro.com

 

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