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A Coffee, Breakfast, and Brunch Spot Eyes Chinatown

Food & Fare joins Kame Omakase and The Taco Stand at The Shops at Lotus in Chinatown this fall

The Shops at Lotus
The Shops at Lotus
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The third in a trio of dining options at the Lotus apartment complex on Spring Mountain Road has finally revealed itself and plans to offer outdoor seating alongside its highly anticipated neighbors, The Taco Stand and the authentic Japanese menu of Kame.

Located at the intersection with Procyon Street, Food & Fare will slot into The Shops at Lotus ground-floor section, serving an expected coffee shop-style menu for breakfast and brunch. Yet to announce its owners, the venture is seeking permission to allow residents and diners to enjoy a coffee outdoors.

Also looking to add exterior dining, Showa Hospitality will import The Taco Stand from California with its wildly successful menu of tacos, burritos, handmade corn tortillas, and made from scratch guacamole and salsas. The 1,778-square-foot counter-service expansion is expecting to attract a lunch and dinner crowd.

Chef Eric Kim’s Kame, will offer a more formal dining opportunity in the 3,295-square-foot sequel to his Summerlin restaurant, Kame Omakase, taking advantage of the much larger space.

All three concepts are pushing for a fall debut.

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Kame Omakase

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