Celebrity chef Jet Tila to join restaurants that are growing, branching out.
Sou Ngo had no choice on a recent Monday but to turn away loyal customers.
The cafe offers pastries, bread, coffee, sandwiches, salads, ice cream and cakes. Customers can pick up a tray and serve themselves most of the pastries and breads available, or order additional items from the counter.
The Las Vegas vegan website, Vegans, Baby and the United Kingdom-based charity Veganuary have partnered with area restaurants to offer special vegan dishes and menus through Jan. 31 as part of the “Veganuary” event. A portion of the proceeds from each dish, determined by each restaurant, will be split between the Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Veganuary organization.
Las Vegas got its first conveyor-belt restaurant in 2016 with the arrival of Chubby Cattle, a Chinese hotpot spot on South Jones Boulevard.
Glazier’s Food Marketplace, the only independent mainstream supermarket in the Las Vegas Valley, has been sold and will close, a representative confirmed Wednesday.
El Varaderito on South Decatur Boulevard opened in June. The restaurant is named after Varadero, Cuba, a beach resort town east of Havana known for its 13 miles of white-sand beaches.
PizzaRev, a fast-casual pizza concept that started in Los Angeles, opened three Las Vegas Valley restarants in the past year and a half.Two are in the southwest valley, and one is in Henderson.
Ten months later than planned, Kitchen Table Squared will open to the public on Monday. The restaurant, in the Gramercy complex near the Russell Road exit of the 215 Beltway, is a west Las Vegas spinoff of Henderson’s popular breakfast and lunch spot Kitchen Table. Unlike the original, however, it will be open for dinner.
The Jewish couple keeps kosher and saw an opportunity in the market for a high-end kosher restaurant, Ellie Edison said. They came up with the concept in August and, along with friends and co-owners Danny and Diva Saghian, opened the restaurant in October.