Thursday, February 14, 2008

Wolfgang Puck opens 'Green' Restaurant in Las Vegas

The Springs Cafe by Wolfgang Puck Officially Opens at Las Vegas Springs Preserve. Link. The 6,800 square-foot café showcases organic ingredients from regional artisan producers and growers, and complements the Preserve's commitment to sustainable living. Indoor and outdoor dining is available and the wrap-around balcony provides not only a bird's eye view of the Preserve's Amphitheatre, but also an expansive panoramic view of the Las Vegas Strip, from the Stratosphere all the way south past Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino.

More on Puck's committment to the environment. Link.

About the Springs PreserveThe Springs Preserve is a 180-acre national historic site that is the original oasis of Las Vegas and a beacon for a sustainable future. This cultural and historic attraction is located three miles from the Strip and offers many indoor and outdoor experiences to create a fun and educational visit for all ages. Outdoor experiences at the Preserve include an 8-acre botanical gardens, series of walking trails leading to historical structures and a restored wetland, live desert wildlife exhibits, a child's play area and a 1,800-seat amphitheater. Indoor experiences include a technologically advanced learning center, over 300 state-of-the art interactive museum exhibits and an immersive theater experience.

The Preserve is located at 333 S. Valley View Blvd. For more information, please visit http://www.springspreserve.org/.

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