The southern Strip shopping destination Town Square Las Vegas may seem like it’s a bit in its own world, but a new shuttle service makes that excursion easier, quicker and completely convenient. The shuttle operates daily, departing throughout the day from South Point, Silverton, Tropicana, Planet Hollywood Resort and Fashion Show to give shoppers plenty of time to explore the offerings here. (There’s tons of parking if you want to take the car out, though.)

The outdoor shopping center, already home to stalwarts like Apple, Express and Steve Madden, has plenty of stores to explore now and in the near future. Cariloha opens its second Las Vegas location, between Brighton Collectibles and Renaissance Gallery (scheduled for June). Everything here is made from bamboo—sheets, towels, apparel, blankets, robes and socks, plus accessories, home décor and fitness wear.

Paper Source plans its Town Square debut for July. This stationery store carries paper imported from all over the world as well as more than 500 single cards and rubber stamps. Discover in-store demonstrations showing techniques such as heat embossing and stamping, when it opens between Armani Exchange and Juicy Couture.

GameWorks makes its bow in June with a 7,000-square-foot arcade game floor, an eight-lane bowling alley and a social gaming arena, a space devoted to multiplayer online gaming. GameWorks sits below AMC Town Square 18 movie theaters and across from Sugar Factory.

Also coming to Town Square, Pot Liquor CAS (Contemporary American Smokehouse) brings Southern-style barbecue with a contemporary twist. The restaurant, scheduled for an August opening, features a menu of Texas-style sliced beef brisket, hanger steak over oxtail ragout and fried catfish Benedict. Look for it to open next to Crazy Pita and across from The Green at Town Square, a newly opened 12,000-square-foot park.

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