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September 1, 2014

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Social House restaurant getting a new home at CityCenter

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Social House inside Treasure Island

The popular Social House restaurant, once located in Treasure Island, is getting a new home on the Las Vegas Strip.

Pure Management Group, which will continue to operate the Social House brand, announced Wednesday the restaurant will be landing at Crystals in CityCenter sometime this summer.

The restaurant closed at Treasure Island in July shortly after Phil Ruffin purchased the property from MGM Mirage. Ruffin replaced Social House with another upscale Asian fusion restaurant called Khotan. Before the restaurant’s closing, Pure Management said it was in negotiations to find a new location for the restaurant.

While the new Social House location has been rumored for months, Wednesday marked the first official announcement.

The restaurant will be located on the second floor of Crystals with an enclosed dining area, along with an open dining terrace that overlooks the first floor shopping areas.

Joe Elevado will return to his position as Social House executive chef. Pure Management said the new menu will keep many of the dishes of the former Social House location, with the addition of dishes from the Middle East, India and the Philippines.

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