By Robin Leach (contact) Sunday, April 26, 2015 | 10:54 p.m. Smoke’s Poutinerie Ryan Smolkin’s Smoke’s Poutinerie Over the years in my food travels around the world, I’ve eaten many strange things, from alligator in Louisiana to sake-soaked snake in Thailand and badly smelling durian in Malaysia to seafood bugs in Australia. Even my old home country […]

The Pawn Plaza!
April 10, 2015 By Michael Kamber

PAWN PLAZA is a new, 2-story, open-air retail project, located in downtown Las Vegas, next door to the World Famous Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, home of History’s No. 1 show – “Pawn Stars.” The new plaza will be constructed of ultramodern, modular “cube” units, ranging in size from 288 sq.ft. (12’ x 24’) to as large as 1,152 […]

Travel Weekly Article on Pawn Plaza!
April 8, 2015 By Michael Kamber

Many of Las Vegas’ top attractions are tied to casinos: the Venetian’s canals, the Bellagio’s fountains, Paris’s model of the Eiffel Tower. But a few miles north on Las Vegas Boulevard, a significantly less glamorous landmark draws thousands of tourists every year. Drive past World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop any given day and […]

Rick Checks Up On the Pawn Plaza Progress
April 1, 2015 By Michael Kamber

This morning Rick took a short tour of the new, but not yet complete, Pawn Plaza.  Rick, as most of us around the shop are, was very pleased with the progress as well as the over all look that the Plaza is going to add to the block.   What are you most excited about […]