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Southwest Vegas food hall closing only a year after opening

Updated June 19, 2024 - 8:27 am

The Sundry Food Hall at the UnCommons development in southwest Las Vegas is closing after service on Saturday, a little more than a year after its much-anticipated opening.

When it debuted in early June 2023, the 18,000-square-foot food hall boasted 15 different purveyors, including restaurants from big-name chefs such as Shotaro “Sho” Kamio from the Bay Area (who opened Mizunara) and Ray Garcia out of Los Angeles (who opened B.S. Taqueria, to go with his ¡Viva! in Resorts World). This year, Bruce Kalman opened an outpost of SoulBelly BBQ, his Arts District restaurant, in the food hall.

The Sundry website currently lists five restaurants and the main bar, with only one of the restaurants among the original cohort.

“The Sundry was created through a bold, imaginative vision to bring a cosmopolitan food hall to Las Vegas locals. Unfortunately, we will no longer be able to serve the community as we envisioned,” Patric Yumul, CEO of Table One Hospitality, the creator of The Sundry, said in a statement.

The statement didn’t provide a reason for the closing, but competition certainly increased when the Durango resort, with its own food hall and restaurant collection, opened in December. Also, The Sundry relied on a digital ordering system that could make it confusing (and frustrating) to select food, pay for it or change an order.

Word of the closing of the entire food hall comes after the closings of Mizunara and Smitten Ice Cream in May. A representative for the developer of UnCommons confirmed a new concept is being planned for the space.

Contact Johnathan L. Wright at jwright@reviewjournal.com. Follow @JLWTaste on Instagram.

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