Eatt Gourmet Bistro, the healthy restaurant and member of the Eater 38, plans to close after service on January 25 and convert into a space for private events.
Co-founders Nicolas Kalpokdjian, Yuri Szarzewski, and Vincent Pellerin opened the restaurant that specializes in gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and vegan dishes in 2016, and then debuted their French restaurant Partage in 2018 in Chinatown.
“We decided that it would be make more sense to transition Eatt to a private events space as we were receiving more and more requests,” Kalpokdjian tells Eater Vegas.
After a four-course dinner on January 25 for $70 that showcases some of Eatt’s favorite recipes since opening, the space plans to host special events such as a Valentine’s Day dinner, wine tastings and dinners, and cooking classes.
Kalpokdjian says he does plan to look for a new location for Eatt “that better fits our vision for both creative, approachable gourmet French food in an ambiance that supports our service goals.”
Eatt gift cards will be honored at Partage.