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595 Craft & Kitchen Replaces Elements Kitchen

San Diego meets Las Vegas in Spring Valley

595 Craft and Kitchen
595 Craft and Kitchen
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Back in 2014, when Elements Kitchen & Martini Bar very quietly put itself up for sale, the future didn’t seem bright for the Spring Valley restaurant. The 1,883-square-foot space managed to last another couple of years before an equally quiet exit late last year.

The shuttered space is now about to begin a makeover to become 595 Craft & Kitchen, focusing on "craft beer, craft cocktails and small plates." While the owners could have pushed for gaming machines be added to the bar, 595 will be non-gambling and non-smoking, promising "casual dining for the whole family to enjoy!"

Van-Alan Nguyen and Camden Steed from San Diego are two of the names attached to the project, with Steed a veteran of Hamilton's Tavern in the South Park neighborhood. On the Las Vegas menu, "locally crafted beers and distilled spirits" and a food selection to "(hopefully) have around 20 items."

Foundry Concept & Design have partnered with the team to overhaul the corner plot at the intersection of Rainbow Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue, which also features a 500-square-foot patio. Foundry’s recent work includes Sekushi Japanese & Raw Bar at Paris Las Vegas and the new poker room at Encore Las Vegas.

Opening day for 595 Craft is a minimum of 90 days away, while they still work their way through the local licensing departments.

595 Craft & Kitchen

4950 S. Rainbow Blvd., #100, Las Vegas, NV 89118

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