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Dining Pick of the Week: Rachel’s Kitchen

Rachel’s Kitchen

Montecito Marketplace, 7010 N. Durango Drive, No. 140, 702-802-5000

Rachel’s Kitchen is a local franchise with humble beginnings. The culinary brainchild of Debbie Sofer Roxarzade, it is named for her daughter Rachel and started with the first location in Summerlin in 2006. Since then, Rachel’s Kitchen has grown to seven Las Vegas Valley restaurants, including the Centennial Hills location. Founded on the promise of wholesome food and delicious recipes, Rachel’s Kitchen offers a wide selection for breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with a tempting dessert case, smoothies, fresh squeezed juices and beer and wine. Breakfast is served all day and includes a breakfast burrito with scrambled eggs, salsa, avocado and Swiss cheese served in a flour tortilla with breakfast potatoes. There is also a create-your-own omelet that includes three items of your choice, such as bacon, sundried tomatoes, red peppers, zucchini, Gruyere cheese or yellow squash. For lunch and dinner, there are salads (arugula pear, Chinese chicken), burgers (veggie option available), wraps and gourmet sandwiches that are available on a choice of bread or wrapped in lettuce. Sandwiches, wraps and burgers ($7.95 to $10.95) are served with a mixed green salad, french or sweet potato fries, onion rings or kettle chips, or substitute fruit for $1.75 more. Pasta dishes include Rachel’s Mac & Cheese ($10.95), and whole wheat penne is available, or substitute gluten-free quinoa pasta for $1 more. A Lighter Side menu features items with 350 or fewer calories, and there is a kids’ menu. Catering is available. For more information and other locations, visit rachelskitchen.com.

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