Sundry Food Hall in Vegas Prepares for Final Service Amid Hospitality Shakeups

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Sundry Food Hall, a bustling urban dining complex nestled within the UnCommons residential development of southwest Las Vegas, is eagerly preparing for its final service this coming Saturday, June 22. The vibrant eatery opened its doors a little over a year ago, fueled by grand ambitions and an intrepid foresight to revolutionize the city’s dining scene. It sadly seems its bold vision outpaced its reality.

Patric Yumul, the CEO of Table One Hospitality, expressed his sentiment in a solemn statement. “The Sundry was born from a daring and imaginative vision – to introduce a metropolitan food hall to the locals of Las Vegas,” he elucidated. He continued on a regretful note, “Regrettably, we find ourselves unable to serve the community in the way we initially envisioned.”

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The expansive 18,000 square-foot culinary retreat, inaugurated in June 2023, once housed 15 distinct restaurants. The diversity ranged from Michelin Star chef Shotaro Kamio’s innovative sushi outlet, Mizunara, to the sugar-coated delights of Smitten Ice Cream. But last month, Footnote to the operation, both establishments abruptly ceased operations without a disclosed rationale. Only now has the mystery unveiled itself.

Sad news also hits the fans of Retro, an ’80s and ’90s retro-themed restaurant by “Top Chef” TV stars, Michael and Bryan Voltaggio. The famous venue is set to serve its last meal on June 29. Though it’s not all tears for this one. Their decision was not sudden but a result of a pre-devised “one-year culinary residency” agreement. As they close one chapter, the brothers’ culinary expertise continues to thrive in their seafood-themed Estuary, located at CityCenterDC’s Conrad Hotel, and the Voltaggio Brother’s Steak House at MGM National Harbor.

On a brighter note, it seems Las Vegas is anticipating the arrival of Jay Bird’s Chicken. An unconfirmed report from What Now Vegas suggests that the Nashville hot chicken concept, created by Chef Jay Bogsinske with the Willd Thyme Restaurant Group, may soon flaunt its inaugural Las Vegas location at The Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes.

Meanwhile, the culinary landscape of the Arts District is set to be tantalized by Casa La Lucy, a new Mexican restaurant planned for 61 W. Utah Ave. #121. And Coco’s African Chicken is looking forward to greeting its patrons in a considerably larger premises at 4660 S. Maryland Parkway instead of its current location, further up the road.

The House of Blues, situated within the Mandalay Bay, will soon launch a weekly horror-themed brunch beginning at 11 a.m. every Sunday starting July 28. It promises a spectacular Vegas brunch experience, intertwining your breakfast delights with a thrilling horror spectacle.

However, not all recent food news entices the taste buds. On June 17, the Southern Nevada Health District forced the closure of both Dippin’ Dots and Lea Lana’s Bananas, two popular kiosks at the Cowabunga Canyon Waterpark, following ‘5 demerits’ ratings at both. Yet another casualty to make the Health District’s chopping block was Lao’s Thai Street Food on Twain Ave, which faced closure after scoring 30 demerits.