Eating places add mini-grocery shops, wholesale meat to feed Las Vegas

Las Vegas restaurants, food distributors and smaller markets are taking center stage to help locals source much-needed groceries during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The local Italian cuisine at Mountain’s Edge offers not only take away options, including salads and sandwiches, but also meat at wholesale prices.

“People obviously don’t come out of their homes and often come to restaurants, so we offer all our meat wholesale at this price,” says cook and co-owner Nicole Brisson. “You will pay what we pay for it. We had a lot of traction today. Families have got out of woodwork and are really happy about it because all supermarkets are out of meat. “

Call 702-330-0404 to place an order by 5pm and the meat can be picked up at 12pm the next day. The restaurant also has an eco-friendly Vero water machine. Customers can buy a bottle for $ 5 and refill without limit.

Locale also has a market from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with meat, fresh eggs, cheese, freshly baked bread, as well as cleaning products and much more. A restriction to one person is permitted.

Hendersons The Stove now has a market in its restaurant that sells ground beef, chicken, pork, eggs, yogurt, takeaway options, and other essentials from 9am to 3pm

“I felt it was my duty to provide my guests with the tools they need to survive these difficult times,” says Chef and Owner Javier Chavez. “Nobody is working right now and people may not know how to continue, especially if they are looking after children.”

The market closes on March 29th.

Echo & Rig, the steakhouse in the village of Tivoli, has its butcher shop open daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition to meat, the store offers rice pilaf, baked beans, vegetables, mashed potatoes, and cookies. Only four buyers are allowed at the same time.

The deli and market in the Italian Trattoria & Deli in Siena on the Peccole Ranch are open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and offer pasta, meat, Italian products, baked goods and much more. Call 702-360-3358 to order.

Graffiti Bao, the casual Chinese restaurant in the southwest, is now offering bulk orders for milk, eggs, sliced ​​cheese, dry beans, rice, noodles, dry beans, tomato sauces, and meat. Orders must be sent to [email protected] by 2pm Tuesday for collection on Wednesday. Owner Marc Marrone plans to add fresh fruit for a Friday pickup. Download the order form here.

The Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar in Town Square and downtown Summerlin has a pantry of essential household items for roadside pickup. The $ 40 package contains three pounds of boneless and skinless chicken breast, 15 eggs, a gallon of whole milk, a loaf of bread, a pound of unsalted butter, two pounds of uncooked rice, three rolls of toilet paper, and two pounds each of yellow onions, and red potatoes Carrots.

Marrakech, the Moroccan restaurant on Paradise Road, has bulk products for sale from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Products on offer include chicken, ground beef or steak. Eggs; Rice; Types of beans; Flour; Butter; Milk and almond milk; Pasta boxes of produce; Olive oil; Canned tuna; Disinfectant spray; and toilet paper. Call 702-737-5611 to order. Customers pick up their orders in the back of the restaurant.

In the southwest, Goong Korean Barbecue has kimchi and bulgogi for sale, while Oyshi Sushi sells salmon.

Even Edible Arrangements, the fruit delivery service, now has boxes of mixed fruit for customers. The three locations offer a box of mixed fresh fruit for $ 19.99.

Aside from cheese and meat, the Cured & Whey boutique store has vegetable boxes for $ 25 and fruit boxes for $ 21 with in-store pickup at 6265 S. Valley View Blvd. The new Curbside from Cured & Whey offers milk and eggs as well as heavily discounted wholesale products normally sold for fine dining, as well as fruit and vegetable wholesale from Desert Produce. Customers can order online and then call the store with their order number so that the staff will bring their purchases into their vehicle when they park.

The Northwest’s Rooster Boy Cafe now has a market filled with essentials like toilet paper, milk, eggs, cereal, pastries, and vegetables. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Sambalatte, the café in Boca Park, offers basic supplies in its café with toilet paper, face towels, butter, eggs, organic milk, penne pasta and rice pilaf. More items arrive daily. The shop is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Honey Salt’s new market offers cornbread, $ 1 toilet paper, fresh fruit and vegetables, homemade pizza kits, avocados, limes, and bottled water every day from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

The Southwest Diner offers takeout groceries in Boulder City from 7am to 7pm. Items available include eggs, loaves of bread, orange juice, potatoes, ground beef, milk, and a bleach. To order online or by calling 702-293-1537.

This article was updated on March 26 at 10:41 AM.

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