Downtown Las Vegas joins the food hall revolution next summer with Charleston Hall makes its debut. While no restaurants have signed on to the Arts District project yet, owner and operator Steve Mardirossian is calling the space a “creative alternative to the standard restaurant and bar options available to frequent.”
“The overall look and feel of Charleston Hall will be industrial and the art component is the centerpiece of the entire space,” Mardirossian says in a press statement. “It’s where the space gets its soul.”
Mardirossian signed on locally based NOVUS Architecture to complete the exterior design and architecture.
Mardirossian anticipates ever-evolving art installations in the space, as well as chefs who might want to test recipes or new ideas in the space. A full-service property-owned bar, an ever-changing art gallery, and a live entertainment venue help draw future crowds.
He also admits that while the restaurant incubator concept is new to the Las Vegas valley, but not to the national culinary landscape in other key markets, “Charleston Hall offers a food hall option to chefs that are already celebrated in their hometowns, but looking for the next big move and focus on Las Vegas as the city to truly shine.”
Once it debuts in summer 2019 at 110 E. Charleston Blvd., the food hall plans to be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, until 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, and until 11 p.m. on Sunday.
• Charleston Hall [Official Site]