More dining options are on their way to the Gramercy, but it will take some extra time for them to arrive. Currently the only on-site outlet for hungry residents is The Cuppa coffee shop from local Holley Steely, located in building 2. New details indicate the next to arrive will be Pinches Tacos, heading into building 3, already home to a Regus flexible workplace hub.
Pinches' 3,500-square-foot flagship space will be the first for the famed California Mexican restaurant to feature a full bar. A current, estimated $275,000 construction budget will transform space 190, highlighted by Dia de los Muertos art and a service counter designed to resemble a taco truck.
Refurbished furniture will be added and tire-based tables will be created from "pallet wood and metal canned plants." An indoor fence will separate the dining and bar area and "port-o-potty doors" are planned for the restroom entrances. In keeping with the Gramercy's open-air lifestyle design, there will be an exterior patio for diners. Pinches operates four California locations and one inside the downtown Las Vegas Container Park, but none are as big as this expansion.
Construction is about to begin on the restaurant, but no estimated completion date has been announced. Nor have plans or a timetable for the Gramercy's three other promised dining options, an Alex Stratta Italian Steakhouse and the chef's adjacent, unnamed "more casual eatery concept," plus the long-anticipated DW Market from Dalton Wilson and Bryce Krausman of DW Bistro, also headed into the same building as The Cuppa.