Chada Street departs the Las Vegas restaurant scene on March 31 with one last blowout party. The dishes inspired by Thai street food from Bank Atchawaran debuted in August 2015 in 3,200-square-foot restaurant at 3839 Spring Mountain Road. Up to 50 dishes made the menu when it opened.
A closing event on March 31 features food for $25 per person and a “deep discount to our wine inventory.” Advance tickets can be purchased here.
The restaurant also starts offering 20 percent off on all wines “in [an] effort to clear out [the] entire inventory.”
When the restaurant originally opened, the wine list featured 50 selections under $50. In all, Atcharawan planned to serve 400 different wines, 10 draft beers, and 20-plus bottles. Atcharawan earned accolades from Food & Wine in 2013 for serving some of the best small American wines.
Chada Street’s sister restaurant Chada Thai & Wine remains open.
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