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An Ode to 1800s Foodies Stewart & Ogden at the Grand

[Photos: Chelsea McManus]

Archibald Stewart operated a ranch in Las Vegas and only ate his own cattle. Sir Peter Ogden was an explorer and fur trader who liked to try new foods. Both were part of the Vegas scene in the 1800s, and Stewart & Ogden, the three-meal restaurant at the Downtown Grand, pays homage to their two styles of eating. Las Vegas über-restaurateur couple Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla created the menu here, with breakfast and lunch in more of an American diner style, while by night, the scene turns into more of a bistro. A yellow tin ceiling and black and white checkerboard floor highlight the design elements here.

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