The first few months for any new small business can be a crucial test of future success, and running a restaurant during a pandemic has brought its own dramatic challenges. The following twelve locations, all open for less than two months, have so far resisted the changes and adjusted menus, hours, and work practices to keep their business dreams alive.
This alphabetical list is a cross-section of the various concepts that regularly open on the Las Vegas calendar over a standard eight week period. It features hard-working teams who want to survive in your neighborhood.
Sunrise can look forward to a family-friendly home for coffee specialties, crepes, waffles, sandwiches, ice cream, cakes and more Art cafe will officially reopen later this year. Currently, the cafe is open for takeaway and delivery from 10am to 7pm on 719 N. Nellis Boulevard near Bonanza Road and can be contacted at 702-202-1774.
Part of a wave of “KFC” or Korean fried chicken experts moving to the region BB.Q chicken offers roadside pickup in Chinatown. The chicken, k-food and side dish menu can be ordered for take-away at Shanghai Plaza on Spring Mountain Road at 702-227-8646.
Chicken Country Ho HoThe Korean chicken shoot has moved to a separate building on 3401 S. Jones Boulevard in Chinatown. Corn cheese, dakgangjeong chicken, and wang galbi wings are also on the menu.
Egg Sammie Opened to an enthusiastic response in the southwest at the beginning of this month and the breakfast and brunch restaurant continues to serve its full roadside take-away menu. Daily from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at 7379 S. Rainbow Blvd. Call 725-204-8881 for more details.
El Dorado Cantina Louiie Victa
The continuation of his popular restaurant near the Strip, El Dorado Cantina remains open to Tivoli Village, offers contactless delivery service as well as roadside collection. Customers can order tacos, enchiladas and Mexican dishes right at their car window or through the website and Postmates, DoorDash and GrubHub. Open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight. Call 702-333-1112 for the latest information.
Jason James Pizza Bistro has taken over the former Plantones Italian Corner room at 8680 W. Warm Springs Road, and now still serves thin crust pizza, a bistro menu, and family-style specials for execution and delivery within five miles. Call 702-478-9098 for the latest deals, available 11am to 9pm daily
At the Silverton Village Casual Dining Hub, Sapporo rotating sushi has adjusted its normal menu for conveyor belts to offer execution and delivery of its Japanese selections at 8229 Dean Martin Drive. Call 702-522-8990 for details.
And a short walk from Sapporo, Kobashi Ramen & Curry is open to host and deliver its ramen, katsu, and curry specials on 8239 Dean Martin Drive. Call 702-331-6233 or check online for the latest information.
Shinjuku ramen replaced the former GO! KU J-Wraps & Ramen and High Japanese schnitzel at 4300 W. Spring Mountain Road, in the Arville Square Mall in Chinatown. Shinjuku is geared towards ramen and offers Japanese, vegan and vegetarian dishes. The company offers a pick-up and delivery service from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
The first plant-based Italian restaurant in Las Vegas is open for takeout, delivery, and roadside pickup on Fridays and Saturdays from 4pm to 8pm. Tarantinos vegans Replaced by casual dining veteran Michael Taratino # 1 Hawaiian barbecue on 7960 S. Rainbow Boulevard, near Windmill Lane and accessible at 725-777-3888.
These guys cake have been a hit at The Lakes since 2012, and their Henderson extension is helping the locals by offering East Coast-inspired cakes, cheesesteaks, chicken fingers and wings with free shipping. Customers located at 2895 N. Green Valley Parkway near the intersection with Sunset Road can call 702-331-0978 to check for updates.
The southeast Tres Amigos Mexican grill is a new casual, family-friendly Mexican restaurant that serves a wide variety of well-known options daily from 10 am to 9:30 pm. Customers can choose between GrubHub and Uber Eats, whether they want to take it out or have it delivered.
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