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Achtung Baby! Berlin-Inspired Street Food Moves Into the Arts District

Plus, C3, a non-profit coffee bar from South Carolina

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A rapidly progressing construction site on the center island between Casino Center and Charleston Boulevards now reveals two of its yet-to-be announced dining options.

Facing the Arts Factory building, also created by passionate downtown advocate and serial entrepreneur Brett Sperry, The Charleston will fill 16,232 square feet across three floors, adding mixed use projects, Berlin, a German street food-inspired restaurant, and South Carolina’s C3 Coffee Bar.

Berlin, from the co-founders of local food truck Dude Where’s My Hotdog, hopes to be open daily from 11 to 2 a.m., and offer a menu and environment inspired by the city’s art, culture, and diverse fast-casual dining scene.

The restaurant takes over 1,639 square feet on the first floor with communal seating areas inside and a 600-square-foot outdoor patio.

South Carolina’s C3 Coffee Bar will feature onsite coffee roasting, active support for “local vendors, farms and produce,” and continue its ongoing commitment to “give back” all of its profits and tips “to support local, national, and global communities” when it opens in September. So far, its Conway and Carolina Forest, South Carolina, coffee shops have donated more than $100,000.

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The Arts Factory

107 E Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89104 (702) 383-3133 Visit Website

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