Town Square Mall Las Vegas – Hours, List of Stores, Restaurants and More

By Steve Beauregard (Updated June 2017)

With a huge variety of stores, great restaurants, a grocery store, theater and children’s play area, all intertwined within beautiful architectural setting and Mediterranean theme, the Town Square Mall in Las Vegas is a pleasant and easy diversion from the casino action.

Opened in 2007, Town Square sets on 117 acres south of Mandalay Bay, and has over 100 stores and 20 restaurants. With its beautiful setting, 1.2 million square feet, and wide variety of stores, it’s become very popular with tourists and Las Vegas locals alike.

Town Square Mall in Las Vegas

Town Square Mall in Las Vegas

Although not really on the Strip, Town Square is on Las Vegas Boulevard, about 1 mile south of Mandalay Bay. It’s cobblestone streets, trees, and architecture makes it feel like your strolling through a southern European village. It’s exact address is as follows:

6605 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Phone: (702) 269-5001

The mall’s Town Square Park is pretty oasis in the middle of the shops. There you can find some shade and grab a snack or meal at one of the many counter-style restaurants on the outskirts of the park. (We liked the tater tots at the Potato Corner). You can stroll over the bridge, or just sit and people-watch.

Next to the park is a wonderful children’s play area. With two young kids, I hit up all the parks, and the one at Town Square impressed me to no end. I killed two hours here easily while my wife blew the money I won at craps at the shops.

(The Town Square Mall is marked by the yellow pin at the bottom)

There are play buildings, play towers, a fort, rock wall, and even a kid-friendly maze. You’ll find public restrooms here as well.

It really is a fantastic park, with play houses, slides, climbing nets, a splash pad, tree house, and even a maze for kids.

If the park doesn’t fully entertain your young ones, there’s a train ride nearby that circles around the west end of the mall. Tickets are $3, but adults riding with a child 2 or under ride for free.

Town Square Las Vegas Mall Hours

Monday – Thursday: 10 AM to 9:00 PM.
Friday and Saturday: 10 AM to 10 PM.
Sunday: 11 AM to 8 PM

Town Square Las Vegas List of Stores

Please note that Town Square is home to several offices, including real estate firms, travel agencies, and – this being Las Vegas – even a “D.U.I. Doctor.” However this list below only includes stores and retailers.

A’Gaci, Abercrombie Kids, Abercrombie & Fitch, Aldo, American Eagle Outfitters, Angl, Apple, Apricot Lane, AT&T, Aveda, A/X Armani Exchange, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, Bayside Watch, Beauty On, Brighton Collectibles, Buttercup Baby, Capital Sneaker Boutique, Charming Charlie, Chico’s, Clicks, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Cool & Eclectic, Ever, Express, Finish Line, Fossil, Francesca’s Collections, Gameworks, Godiva Chocolatier, Guitar Center, Gymboree, H&M, Hollister Co., Holly Sheets, Hot Topic, Inglot, It’s Sugar, Journeys, Justice, Kay Jewelers, Kech Men’s Wear, Lids, Lilyful, Lollicup Coffee & Tea, Look Style Society, Lucky Brand Jeans, M.A.C. Cosmetics
Milk Money Limited, O’shoes, Oakley, Old Navy, One Monarchy, Origins, Paper Source, Pas De Deux Children’s Boutique, Pediped Footwear, Peninsula Luggage, Perfumania, Portofino On The Square, R & S Fashions, Saks 5th Avenue Off 5th, Sephora, Shiekh Shoes, Silver Post, Skechers, Sleep Number, Solar City, Soma Intimates, Staples, Steve Madden, Stoney’s Retail, Sunglass Hut, Sweet Bubble Bath Confections, T Boutique by Kandi Burruss, Teavana, The Container Store, The Dog House, The Pottery Shop, Tix 4 Tonight, Tommy Bahama Store, Torrid, Ulta Beauty, Verizon Wireless, Victoria’s Secret, White House/Black Market, Whole Foods Market, and Zumiez.

Town Square Las Vegas List of Restaurants:

These include both sit down restaurants and casual, quick-service places.

Blue Martini, Bonefish Grill, Brio Tuscan Grille, California Pizza Kitchen, Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop, Claim Jumper, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Crazy Pita, Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Hot Dog on a Stick, Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, La Bella Napoli, Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, Loco Cantina, Lollicup, LV Bar, McFadden’s Restaurant & Saloon, Miller’s Ale House, Neche, Nestle Toll House Cafe, Panda Express, Pot Liquor BBQ, Potato Corner, Teavana, Texas de Brazil, Tommy Bahama’s Restaurant & Bar, Wetzel’s Pretzels, Yard House, Yogurtland.

Besides the selection of restaurants and shops, there’s a an AMC Town Square 18 movie theater. Then there’s Stoney’s Rockin’ Country, which, as you can imagine, is a country bar. A new addition in 2017 is the Pinot’s Pallette, a place where you can sip wine with friends and paint.

On top of that, The Baobab Stage, which is across from the Yard House, hosts singers, dancers, an open mic night, and even burlesque dancers at night on occasion, proving that in Las Vegas, there’s even strippers at the mall.

Town Square Las Vegas Offices

Below is a list of the non-retail, non-food and beverage tenants at Town Square:

4Wall Entertainment, Artsy Nannies, BDO USA LLC, Biometrica Systems, Caric Sports Management, Casablanca Express, Central Christian Church, Crosspoint Financial, D.U.I. Doctor, Engel & Volkers, Fiore Travel Lounge, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Laser Away, Lucas Group, Regus, Rescue Lawyers, Robert K. Futterman & Associates, Schwartz Flansburg LLC, Schwartz Realty,

It’s wonderfully pleasant setting combined with a variety of retailers and restaurants make The Town Square Las Vegas a nice contrast to the blandness of your typical suburban mall.

Just part of the cute play area at Town Square Las Vegas

Just part of the cute play area at Town Square Las Vegas

Bus to Town Square

Other than Uber/Lyft and taxi, there are two ways to ride to Town Square: their free shuttle, or the Las Vegas bus system.

The shuttle runs six times a day, and makes stops at the Silverton Hotel & Casino, the South Point Hotel & Casino, and at the Tropicana.

There is another stop near Planet Hollywood, and one by the MGM Grand, but the Planet Hollywood stop is as far north on the Strip that it goes.

The current schedule for the free shuttle can be found here:

Those of you wanting to take the Las Vegas public bus system should know that with a bus stop right out in front of Town Square, on Las Vegas Boulevard, it’s very easy to take a bus to and from the Town Square back to any hotel on the Strip.

Going there, you’ll want to take the “SDX.” This stands for “Strip Downtown Express,” and buses run every 15 minutes. There are many stops along the Strip, and probably one right out in front of your hotel. With walking to the bus stop and riding time, it would take you about 1/2 hour to get from Caesars Palace’s front door to the Town Square.

You’ll get off, of course, at the Town Square bus stop, right in front of the mall’s entrance. Going back, you’ll cross the street (Las Vegas Boulevard) to get on the northbound SDX bus at the Taylor Made Golf Center bus stop, which is almost right across the street from the bus stop where you got off to walk to the mall.

As you can see, Town Square is close to the airport

As you can see, Town Square is close to the airport

Stores formerly at Town Square

The retail environment is ever-changing. As such, below is a list of some of the stores that have left Town Square Mall since 2013:

Aeropostale, Anime Revolution, Ann Taylor, Artifact, BCBG Max Azria, Bohme Boutique, Cache, Cell Planet, Cell Planet II, City Life USA, Crocs, Diamond Wireless, Gap, Gultendye Creative Playground, Holy Sheets, Juicy Couture, Le Chanelle, Lollicup Coffee & Tea, LoveSac, New York & Company, NYS Collection, Patty’s Closet Fashion Boutique, Peekaboo Kids, Popped, Quicksilver, Renaissance Galleries, Roxy, Sanrio, Sports Town USA, Swarovski, Tags, Taste E Vapors, Tervis Tumblers, The Body Shop, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, The Concierge, The Sweat Store, The Tree Lot at Crate & Barrel, Vegas, and XTC Boutique.

Closed restaurants:

English’s, I Love Burgers, PinkBox Doughnuts, Sugar Factory American Brasserie, and Tasti D-Lite.

(Bottom photo courtesy of g Tarded via Flickr. Top photo courtesy of the official Las Vegas visitor’s site, Middle photo by me.)