Famed Night + Market Restaurant Opens In Virgin Hotels Las Vegas (PHOTOS)

Night + Market

Night+Market, Las Vegas, designed by Avenue Interior Design, has opened in Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.

The famed Los Angeles restaurant offers 150 seats where Thai countryside meets French disco brasserie. The Las Vegas venue, located within the city’s newest property, Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, incorporates bright colors and recognizable patterns associated with the Night +Market brand.

Night + Market is “California chill meets Bangkok frenzy” and is helmed by chef Kris Yenbamroong. His award-winning Thai street food has won his Los Angeles locations several awards, including a recent James Beard nomination for ‘Best Wine Program’ and Food & Wine’s ‘Best New Chef’.

Night + Market Virgin Las Vegas
Night + Market

Yenbamroong takes recipes from the ‘old country’ in Thailand and gives them a modern spin that’s rarely duplicated in Thai restaurants across the U.S., including signature crispy rice salad or outside-the-box fried chicken sandwich.

“The thrill and excitement of the food, paired with the undeniably charismatic persona of both Chef Kris Yenbamroong and his restaurants, has had remarkable success from the moment it hit the LA dining scene. Making an entry into the Las Vegas food scene was a natural next step,” Ashley Manhan Justman, Principal at Avenue Interior Design, said in a statement.

Night + Market Las Vegas
Night + Market

Night + Market design details include an electric orange paint covering the walls while custom oilcloth-inspired patterns were created for the tabletops and banquette seating throughout.

The main dining room also features a stunning, polished chrome bar with suspended shelving and fully clad in marble, and a disco ball installation suspended from the ceiling covered entirely in polished chrome panels.

Night + Market Virgin Las Vegas Hotel
Night + Market

On the mezzanine level, a series of gold panels wrap the ceiling and walls lending a futuristic nod to the space that is very much on-brand with the property’s Virgin Hotels brand.

Avenue Interior Design has pulled from the inspiration of the already established Night+Market restaurants as well as the original inspiration of the brand paying homage to Thailand culture with an element of nightlife and unpredictability.

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