A world-class street art collection, an arcade, a secret entrance, a birdcage for a bar, and an ode to New York City’s SoHo neighborhood come together in the new Greene St. Kitchen at the Palms.
Clique Hospitality created this American restaurant designed by Rockwell Group. Diners enter through a speakeasy video arcade entrance with classic games lining the walls and a 1980s 8-bit video-inspired tiled floor. A vending machine’s secretive “door” next leads through a tunnel and into the restaurant’s main bar and lounge, where diners find bartenders serving cocktails enclosed in a gold, bird cage-like structure.
The 5,000-square-foot restaurant features a patio and dishes from chef de cuisine Lanny Chin and executive chef Joe Zanelli. Shareable plates and over-the-top entrees include Legs and Eggs with butter-poached king crab legs and Kaluga caviar; Jidori chicken kabobs served with shawarma spiced tzatziki sauce; a kale and duck confit salad; and a tuna pizza dish. Kale and duck confit salad, as well as a 42-ounce tomahawk rib-eye steak served with a creamy au poivre and Bordelaise sauce round out the menu.
Tal Cooperman, the creative director at the Palms, brought in artwork including Las Vegas’ first permanent work by street artist Banksy, as well as commissioned works by Kenny Scharf, Cleon Peterson, VHILS, Pose, Martha Cooper, DabsMyla, Slick, and more.
Greene St. Kitchen, Palms, 4321 W. Flamingo Road, 702-942-7777. Open Monday through Wednesay from 5 p.m. to midnight and later Thursday through Sunday.