Long rumored, The Market filed permits to beak up the former grocery store and deli into leasable spaces earlier this year.
Bronze Cafe will make a move eight miles to the northwest and take over the vacated home of Scratch Made bakery, close to the corner of Buffalo Drive and Smoke Ranch Road.
The gluten-free Scratch Made concept will itself head in the opposite direction and host a grand opening on Nov. 24 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Arts District’s C3 Lofts, a brand new, $14 million apartment building at 1005 Third St., located a short distance from Charleston Boulevard.
Bronze Cafe has announced a return date of Dec. 3, 2018, “open daily for delivery and takeout and catering” and in early 2019 the cafe hopes to create a dining room at the front of the space, following a series of renovations.
That same December day, the restaurant will also be exporting their “sammiches, salads, and sweets” for sale at downtown’s Smooth Eats at the John E. Carson Building, just around the corner from The Market.
Bronze Cafe originally opened in April 2013 at the Gay & Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada on Southern Maryland Parkway, now replaced by the Little Rainbow Cafe.
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