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British Pub Shutters for a Reorganization

Downtown Crown says the closure is temporary

Downtown Crown
Downtown Crown

Less than a year after opening, the Downtown Crown in the Arts District shuttered on Charleston Boulevard.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the restaurant now sports a sign that says the shutter is only temporary while the restaurant works on a reorganization.

Co-owner Ron Schultz tells the paper that “he’s negotiating with the landlord and fine-tuning the concept, but declined to comment further.”

The sister restaurant to the two Crown & Anchors served up British fare 24 hours a day. The English pub includes a large patio area in the former Bar & Bistro space.

The menu featured fish and chips, steak and kidney and cottage pies, lamb stew resting inside a giant Yorkshire pudding, a Ploughman's Lunch and an English staple, the chip butty, better translated as a French fry sandwich.

Neither of the other Crown & Anchor locations closed.

Downtown Crown in Las Vegas closes for ‘reorganization’ [LVRJ]

All Coverage of Downtown Crown [ELV]