Taking over the former Annie's Gourmet Italian corner hideaway at the Country Club Center, Kitchen Table wants their breakfast and lunch restaurant to become part of your daily life.
Built around the imagery of the kitchen table as the heart of the home, the restaurant hopes guests will start and end their day inside, whether at the grab and go option of their quick service bar, or taking time with their full service side, offering a comfort food menu inspired by America, Mexico and European favorites.
Owners and Kitchen Table chefs Antonio Nunez and Javier Chavez have extensive experience on the Strip, but are now pushing to create a neighborhood venture they dub a "social eatery." With room for 100, already promised for the menu are "port poached pear & pork belly, candied nuts and toast points," "salmon mousse with smoked salmon, pickled peppers and bruniose cut red onions" and "banana walnut pancakes."
Set for an mid to late October launch and a November grand opening, the plan is to open daily from 7 a.m to 4 p.m. Once a month pop-up dinners are envisaged and with a license in place they'll be able to pair their dishes with "mimosas, sangria, wine and a select few beers from local brewers."