A restaurant sharing the name of Canter’s Deli, a 90-year-old Jewish-style restaurant known for its meats and pastries, returns to the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday.
The Las Vegas Canter’s Deli opens in a nearly 6,000-square-foot space inside the Tivoli Village shopping center, according to a company statement Monday.
The deli can produce 3,000 bagels a day. Other menu items include a take on Canadian poutine — french fries and gravy — and kosher soda.
Owner Kevin Jeffers, who licensed the Canter’s name, said in the statement the Las Vegas version will stay true to the original Los Angeles deli.
One difference: The original Canter’s is open 24 hours while the Tivoli Village location is open Sunday to Thursday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and until 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Canter’s closed at Treasure Island in 2012. A second location is expected to open in November at The Linq Promenade shopping center.
The deli was announced as part of the second phase of Tivoli Village last year.
Jeffers had told the Review-Journal he wanted a Canter’s near Summerlin for the area’s sizable Jewish population, cluster of synagogues and built-in customer base of office workers.
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