The T-Mobile Arena is one of the most popular venues in Vegas so whether you’re catching a Golden Knights game or a concert, make a stop in Section 12 at Graffiti Bao. The buns are perfectly steamed and we like all the choices, especially the cheeseburger bao (Bao Royale) and kung pao chicken bao. Plus, the nutella and banana one with white chocolate sauce means you can get an all-bao multi-course meal that will have you covered until the end of the night.
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